News: West Eaton (24 Apr 1919)
Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: Davey, Gemmeke, Bostwick, Schmidt, Miller, Oznich, Yartz, Dimler, Stanley, Lakotick, Podobnick, Arch, Susa, Waseca, Murlak, Meyer, Weber, Borgers, Bahl, Halle, Anderson
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 4/24/1919
West Eaton (24 Apr 1919)
Mrs. A. Davey is not much better at this writing.
Geo. Gemmeke and H. Bostwick and son, Lyle, A. Davey and John Schmidt attended the Miller sale Thursday.
Mr. Oznich attended the Miller sale Thursday.
H. Bostwick called at Mr. Yartz’s Sunday afternoon.
Orville Dimler was seen in our vicinity Sunday.
George Gemmeke called at his uncle George Gemmeke’s Friday afternoon.
Lyle Bostwick visited his cousins, Merrill and Leo Stanley, in Eaton Center Sunday.
John Schmidt bought a team of horses and four cows at the Miller sale. Well, John, that looks rather suspicious.
Mr. and Mrs. Lakotick spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Podobnick.
Mr. Arch was a caller in the Dimler and Susa settlements Sunday.
Charles Bostwick has come to light again as he was seen in our vicinity one day last week.
Hattie and Sophia Susa, Annie and Sophia Waseca, Anna and Matthew Murlak, Lucille and Louise Meyer and Mr. Weber visited at Joe Susa, Jr.’s Sunday.
The Murlak family attended church at Willard Sunday,
Genevieve Borgers called at Bahl’s Saturday.
Genevieve Borgers, Clarence, Anita and Alfreda Halle and John Schmidt visited at Davey’s Sunday.
Mrs. Bahl spent Friday with Mrs. Davey.
Claus Anderson returned from Rock Island, Ill., Tuesday.
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