News: Janesville Settlement (16 Dec 1920)

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Surnames: Flagg, Keefe, Stafford, Martenson, Solmerson, Winneshiek, Hatton, Susa, Dimler, Clintsman, Rohde, Schoenwetter

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 12/16/1920

The dance in the new school Friday evening was well attended. The school will soon be done and will commence after the holidays.

Mrs. Al Flagg spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Ed Keefe.

Kenneth Stafford of Greenwood is hauling wood from their farm near here.

Lillie Martenson is staying with Mrs. Jake Solmerson for awhile.

Mrs. Frank Winneshiek and brother were business callers at Black River Falls last week.

Mr. and Mrs. S.B. Flagg and daughter and Paul Susa were callers at the C. Hatton home Sunday afternoon.

Orville Dimler and Inez Clintsman were callers in Globe Sunday evening.

Frances and Fred Clintsman came down from the woods Saturday.

S.B. Flagg and Clark Hatton and Art Rohde of twenty-six road furnished music for the dance at Hemlock Saturday evening.

Albert and Paul Susa, Inez Clintsman, Orville Dimler all spent Sunday evening at the Herb Schoenwetter home at Globe.

Mrs. F. Hatton spent last Monday afternoon with Mrs. Ed Keefe.

Mr. and Mrs. C. Hatton and Evan Hatton spent Wednesday evening at the S.B. Flagg home.

Mrs. S. Martenson called on Mrs. J. Solmerson Sunday afternoon. 

 

 


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