News: Janesville Settlement (30 Apr 1933)


Surnames: Francel, Hatton, Clintsman, Moore, Merlak, Dillenbeck, Bostwick, Barr, Lamoric, Vivoda, Sharp, Drescher, Podobnik, Volovsek, Bonnet, Turner, Meinholdt, Meyer, Flagg, Ozanich, Petranovich, Susa

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 30 Apr 1933

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Francel of Abbotsford spent Tuesday evening at Clark Hatton's.

Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Clintsman spent Thursday at Chas. Moore's.

Frank Merlak Sr. had the misfortune to fall down the granary steps and knock his shoulder out of place Thursday evening.

Mrs. Roger Dillenbeck called on the J.S. School Wednesday p.m.

Clark Hatton and Chas. Bostwick were busy hauling hay from the Fred Barr farm Thursday and Friday.

Fanny, Mary and Olga Lamoric spent Thursday evening with Mrs. George Vivoda.

Mrs. Fred Clintsman spent several days in Ripon with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sharp.

George Vivoda called on Frank Francel at Abbotsford last Sunday.

Miss Drescher gave her pupils a surprise Friday p.m. Each child was given a little basket of Easter candy.

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Podobnik and family spent Friday evening at the Frank Volovsek home.

The Helping Hand Society met at Frances Clintsman's Friday evening.

The Floyd, Francis and Fred Clintsman families, Mrs. Clintsman and Warren Bonnet sepnt Easter Sunday at Neillsville with Mr. and Mrs. Guy Turner.

Mercedes Meinholdt spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs. M. Meinholdt.

Mr. and Mrs. Frances Clintsman were business callers in Neillsville Thursday.

Mrs. Frank Meyer's mother, who has made her home here, passed away Tuesday.

S.B. Flagg and daughters called at the Fred Barr home Sunday p.m.

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ozanich spent Sunday evening at George Vivoda's.

Mr. and Mrs. John Petranovich and son Mike took their daughter Frances to Marshfield Monday to take the train for Chicago, and also called at the George Vivoda home here.

Grandma Susa of Greenwood spent Easter with her son Paul and family.

Mrs. Meinholdt and Mercedes called on Mrs. C. Hatton and Mrs. Floyd Clintsman Monday evening.



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