News: Eaton Center (28 Apr 1921)
Surnames: Syth, Stanton, McConnell, Christie, Poirier, Scherer, Clintsman, Brager, Parker, Roehl, Covey, Buchsteiner, Emberson, Stabnow, Lindner, Dunn, Francis, Ehlers, Rohde, Stanley, Atkins, Tompkins, Acker, Voigt,
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 04/28/1921
Mr. and Mrs. William Syth have moved into Mr. Stanton's house, across from the cheese factory.
Mrs. G. McConnell visited Mrs. Free Christie Saturday.
Bessie and Imogene Poirier spent Sunday at home.
Mr. and Mrs. G. Scherer and family visited at Stanley's Sunday.
Inez Clintsman spent Sunday afternoon at Poirier's.
Erland Brager went to Sechlerville last Friday.
Miss Parker, Mrs. Roehl and Glen Covey spent Sunday in Loyal.
Mr. and Mrs. Buchsteiner spent Sunday afternoon at the Emberson home.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stabnow and Mr. and Mrs. James Syth spent Sunday at the Lindner home.
Mr. and Mrs. Free Christie were callers at the Fred Francis home on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Christie were callers at the Albert Dunn home Sunday afternoon.
Martha Ehlers has been working at Rohde's the past week.
Mrs. Ben Stanley and daughter Lucille were Greenwood callers Saturday.
Mrs. Hugh Christie and her mother, Mrs. Atkins, spent Sunday with Mrs. Earl Tompkins.
Ben Stanley called at Scheuring's Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Acker, Kurt Acker and Mrs. And Mrs. August Acker and daughter called at the Voigt home Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Syth and family spent Saturday evening at Stabnow's.
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