News: Eaton Center (25 Nov 1920)

Surnames: McConnell, Poirier, Osborn, Jorenby, Ula, Tompkins, Korntved, Hallie, Potter, Stanley, Wolfe, Miller, Bredeson, Christie, Kocher, Pagelsdorf, Stoneburg, Chadwick

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 11/25/1920

Lanty McConnell graded the 26 road last week.

Pearl Poirier visited at the Ula home Saturday.

Miss Elsie Osborn is visiting at the Jorenby home.

Mr. A.T. Ula built a nice new hog house.

Earl Tompkins and L. McConnell sawed wood a few days last week.

Mrs. J.B.N. Poirier visited at McConnell's Saturday afternoon.

Mr. S. Korntved sold a sheep to Hugo Hallie.

Carl Jorenby went to Chicago Saturday with a bunch of steers.

Mr. Poirier was called at Soren Korntved's Saturday.

Homer Potter sawed wood Friday and Saturday.

Ben Stanley is on the sick list.

Joe Wolfe sawed wood Friday and Saturday.

Mr. John Miller is busy finishing his new sleighs this week.

The Eaton Center School is preparing for a Christmas program.

Miss Janette Bredeson is visiting with her sister, Mrs. Earl Tompkins, this week.

Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Christie spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Forest Chadwick.

Mr. Stabnow and family autoed to Greenwood Saturday.

Mr. Fred Kocher went to Loyal Monday.

Mr. Pagelsdorf has a new silo.

Mr. Louis Stoneburg returned from Montana Wednesday, where he has been harvesting.



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