News: West Eaton (01 Apr 1932)


Surnames: Rossow, Decker, Meinholdt, Abel, Drew, Schwarze, Zelanis, Flagg, Albright, Gorman, Weber, Heintz, Demuth, Barber, Lenherr

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 01 Apr 1932

J. Rossow, the Watkins dealer, was in this neighborhood lately.

Quite a number from this vicinity attended the funeral of E. Decker. Mr. Decker was a brother to Mrs. Ida Meinholdt and Mrs. John Abel.

Mrs. Fred Drew spent the past week at the home of her mother, who is ill.

Mrs. Fred Schwarze called at Albright's last Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. S. Zelanis and daughter spent Easter Sunday at their former home.

John Abel and his crew of men have been busy on the road lately. The road sure is in awful condition.

Mrs. S.B. Flagg and daughters spent Sunday at Albright's.

Fred Gorman is hauling some of his things to the farm on which he expects to move to by April 1st.

Adeline Weber spent a day with Hilda Schwarze.

Matt Heintz and daughters were Neillsville callers Monday.

Mrs. G. Meinholdt called at the Demuth home last week.

Doris Marquardt spent Sunday with Lorraine Schwarze.

T.H. Barber, well known to many in this vicinity, as he taught West Eaton School for awhile several years ago, passed away at his home in Withee a week ago Sunday.

Mrs. G. Meinholdt called at Floyd Clintsman's Monday.

Lorraine Schwarze, who has been sick, is better again.

Mr. Geo. Albright has been on the sick list for the past few weeks.



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