News: Eaton Center (28 Oct 1920)


Surnames: Copeland, Overhouse, Harvey, Stanley, Syth, Christie, Tompkins, Roehl, Parker, Pentacost, Bunzey

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 10/28/1920

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Copeland returned home Wednesday, Oct. 20th from their visit in the southern part of the state.

Mrs. Overhouse returned from her visit in Iowa, accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Harvey.

Ben Stanley was a business caller at Greenwood, Tuesday.

Ben Stanley sawed wood Thursday.

Mrs. Emma Syth came home Thursday morning.

Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Christie called at the Sam Christie home Thursday.

Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tompkins and daughter Lorraine autoed to Black River Falls Saturday and returned Sunday.

A large crowd attended the chicken pie supper at Mrs. Emma Syth's Friday evening.

Ben Stanley and son Merrill took cattle to Loyal on Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. Otto Roehl and Miss Parker autoed to Pittsville on Sunday.

Mrs. Pentacost and children of Panama are visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Christie.

Mrs. Irvin Lewis and children called on Mr. and Mrs. Jack Syth and family on Sunday.

Miss Edith Bunzey called on Lucille Stanley Sunday afternoon.

The seventh grade received their new agriculture books on Wednesday.



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