News: West Eaton
(31 Aug. 1939)
Contact: Crystal Wendt
Surnames: Clintsman, West, Drew, Duell, Rodder, Wimler, Susa, Nelson, Krontred, Pickett, Bostwick, Moore, Merlak
----Sources: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) Thurs., 31 Aug. 1939
The Ladies’ Aid met at the Francis Clintsman home Sunday with a large attendance.
Mrs. Grace West and daughters of Neillsville are visiting this week at the Glen Drew home.
Floyd Clintsman and Bobby were callers at the Chas. Moore and Mrs. Ellen Clintsman homes Monday.
Mrs. Asa Duell is moving to Greenwood to live this winter.
Mr. Rodder filled silo for Orville Wimler Monday.
The Max Wright family is moving Wednesday to their new home at Monroe Center. We wish them good luck. James Susa is doing the work on the farm now owned by Mr. Nelson.
The Drew, Krontred, and Dimler families attended Sunday school at Greenwood Sunday.
The Janesville Settlement School started their term Monday with James Pickett as teacher.
Lyle Bostwick and family of near Alma Center spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Bostwick and other relatives around here.
Charles Moore and Giles Susa called at Rudolph Dimler’s and practiced music Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. John Susa called at the Glen Drew home Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Matt Merlak and son, of Loyal, spent Sunday with his home folks, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Merlak.
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