News: West Eaton (05 Jan 1922)
Surnames: Gemmeke, Sharp, Davey, Keefe, Bostwick, Halle, Susa, Waseca, Podobnik, Martinson, Clintsman, Meyers, Merlak, Ozanich
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 05 Jan 1922
Friday night was one of the worst nights we had for a wind storm. Geo. Gemmeke's chimney burned out, but no damage was done.
Luella and Nellie Sharp and Bernice and Gertrude Davey called at Ed Keefe's Thursday afternoon.
Jason Bostwick is working for Fred Halle this week.
Mrs. Joe Susa Jr. and son visited at R. Waseca's Thursday.
August Podobnik is hauling gravel for a new basement for a wing on their house in the spring.
Those from here that attended the party at S. Martinson's report a fine time.
Lyle Bostwick is sawing wood for the Clintsman boys.
Mrs. H. Bostwick and Lucille and Babe Meyers visited at Davey's Thursday p.m.
Jennie Podobnik has been on the sick list.
August and Mile Podobnik spent Monday evening with Lyle Bostwick.
Bernice and Gertrude Davey called at Meyers', Susa's, Gemmeke's and Bostwick's Monday p.m.
Antonia Merlak spent Sunday with Jennie Podobnik.
Joe Ozanich and Louis Arch are hauling gravel for their new barns.
Mrs. Geo. Gemmeke and daughter spent one evening last week with Mrs. C. Bostwick.
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