News: Eaton Center (03 Mar 1921)
Surnames: Syth, Gates, Stabnow, Stanley, Tompkins, Christie, Wuethrich, Howard, Scherer, Blecha, Brager, Farning, Zimmerman, Overhouse, Baker, Stoneburg, Tompkins, Demuth, Niman, Roehl, Wernimont, Jorenby, Miller, Korntved, Lenz, Poole
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 03/03/1921
Mrs. Emma Syth and Mrs. Art Syth attended the Aid at Mrs. H. Gates at Greenwood last Thursday.
Imogene Stabnow spent Saturday afternoon with Iola Farning.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Stanley went to Greenwood Saturday.
Earl Tompkins, Hugh Christie and Walter Stabnow spent Saturday at the Wuethrich sale.
Mrs. W.R. Howard called on Mrs. Arthur Syth Saturday.
The Eaton Center School received their Red Cross Buttons Friday.
George Scherer has a nice pile of wood at the Eaton Center School.
The Blecha children have left school because of moving into Greenwood.
Joe and Earland Brager returned from Sechlerville on Friday.
Albert Zimmerman sawed wood Monday.
Mrs. George Scherer and daughters visited at the Lenz home Sunday afternoon.
George Scherer was a Greenwood caller Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Overhouse spent Sunday afternoon with Rob syth and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Syth and family spent Sunday with Dr. K. Baker and family at Greenwood.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Stoneburg spent Sunday at the Will Syth home.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tompkins and daughter spent Sunday at the Free Christie home.
Mr. Demuth hauled a load of wood for Mrs. Blecha Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lige Niman and daughter Margaret and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Roehl took supper at the Poole home Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Overhouse autoed to Neillsville Sunday on business.
John Wernimont is moving on the Blecha farm.
Carl Jorenby went to Neillsville Monday.
John Miller hauled a load of furniture for Mrs. Blecha Monday.
The German Lutheran Aid will meet with Mrs. Kalkofen Thursday.
Soren Korntved sawed wood last Tuesday.
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