News: Janesville Settlement (13 Jan 1921)
Transcriber: Stan 

Surnames: Rowert, Wepner, Clintsman, Martenson, Borger, Hatton, Churkey, Keefe, Flagg, Decker, Susa, Baker, Halle

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 01/13/1921

Wm. Rowert of Greenwood made a week's visit out here at the following homes: S. Martenson, R. Wepner, Chas. Clintsman, Ed Keefe, A. Borger, F. and C. Hatton, and Chas. Churkey. He said guess he'd ride back to town with the school ma'am. It's a good thing the teacher is a man or his wife would never let him come out here again. He said he had a very nice visit with the people out here, but he had to be sick one day, said he didn't know what it was, unless he wasn't used to so many good things to eat. Anyway, we want to tell what made him sick, but we all enjoyed his short visit.

Mr. and Mrs. Ed Keefe spent Sunday evening at Al Flagg's.

Oscar Decker called on Al Susa at the Globe Cheese Factory Thursday.

Dr. Baker was called out to see Al Flagg Wednesday. He was taken very sick, but is getting along fine at this writing.

Some of the young folks from here attended the dance at Globe Friday evening.

Mrs. S.B. Flagg and daughter marion are on the sick list.

Robert Waseca called on Julius Halle Sunday evening.

Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bostwick, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Hatton and children and S.B. Flagg spent Sunday afternoon with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Al Flagg. 



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