News: Janesville Settlement (12 Oct 1933)


Surnames: Drescher, Hatton Vivoda, Susa, Meinholdt, Clintsman, Ghent, Bostwick, Dimler, Abel, Arch, Rajk, Yartz

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 12 Oct 1933

Miss Neva Drescher was a supper guest of Mrs. E. Hatton Wednesday.

Mr. and Mrs. George Vivoda and Donald Hatton from here attended the cheesemaker's dance Wednesday evening at Longwood.

Mrs. Albert Susa has been quite sick for several weeks with a bad cold.

Quite a number of families from here and West Eaton attended the party at the Catholic Hall in Willard Wednesday.

Mrs. Martha Meinholdt called on mrs. Floyd Clintsman Friday a.m.

Mr. and Mrs. H. Ghent and Mr. and Mrs. E. Hatton spent Sunday at Marshmallow Lake in Chippewa County.

Miss Drescher and Mrs. Chas. Bostwick attended the Ladies Aid at Mrs. Lou Dimler's.

Mr. and Mrs. E. Hatton and Wm. Wendt attended the wedding dance at their nephew at Hakes Tuesday.

Mrs. M. Meinholdt spent Sunday p.m. with Mrs. John Abel.

A large crowd attended both dances at Willard Sunday evening.

Mr. Arch and children and Antonetta Rajk spent Friday evening at the Joe Yartz home.

Clark Hatton called on his mother, Mrs. F. Hatton, in Greenwood Monday morning.



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