News: Eaton – East Side (5 Jul 1934)


Surnames: Lindner, Jordan, Shober, Scheele, Pope, Feckler, Bremer, Roth, Brown, Ampe, Lindekugel, Beaver, Bannach, Haas, Wischulke, Krause, Gloff, Seltrecht, Sholbera

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 5 Jul 1934

Mrs. M. Linder Sr., son John and daughter Anna spent Wednesday at La Crosse with their daughter and sister, Sister Simona.

Misses Josephine and Rose Jordan spent Sunday with Betty and Kathryn Shober.

Gehart Scheele and Tony Lindner are working on the road near Loyal the past few days.

Mr. and Mrs. Bert Poppe called on friends at Loyal and Colby Sunday.

Wm. Feckler called on Shober Bros. Sunday evening.

Mr. and Mrs. Louie Bremer visited at Geo. Roth's Sunday.

B. Brown and family are entertaining company from Chicago.

Ruth Ampe returned home from Westboro last week.

Miss Marie Lindekugel called on Evelyn Beaver Tuesday.

Mr. and Mrs. J. Bannach entertained company from Loyal Monday evening.

Mrs. M. Lindner Sr. called on Mrs. Shober Sunday afternoon.

(Last week)

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lindekugel and family spent Sunday at his brother Frank's, north of Loyal.

Alfred and Raphael Haas called on Shober Bros. Friday.

George Roth visited with Gehart Scheele Sunday p.m.

Mrs. Lindner called on Mrs. Shober Friday afternoon.

Wilbert Wischulke, Irvin Krause and Emma Goff of Granton and Neillsville called at the Shober home Saturday evening.

Gilber Beaver called at the Poppe home Monday p.m.

Velda Brown and Lucille Ampe left for Chicago Monday.

Some from this way attended the wedding dance at Lynn and Seltrecht's last week.

Marie Lindekugel spent Tuesday evening with the Shober Girls.

A few from this way attended the ice cream social at Greenwood Sunday.

Betty Shober spent the weekend at the Ed Wischulke home at Granton.

We certainly had a nice reain the last few days.

Shober Bros were Neillsville and Merrillan callers Saturday.

Anna Lindner called on Shober's Tuesday p.m. and Marie Lindekugel in the evening.



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