News: Janesville Settlement (02 Jul 1925)

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Surnames: Dillenbeck, Clintsman, Beyers, Flagg, Albright, Davey, Rohde, Susa, Hatton, Whitmere, Merlak, Buittner

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (02 Jul 1925)

(Last Week)

Roger Dillenbeck attended the Woodman meeting Friday evening.

Francis Clintsman is the owner of a For Coupe.

Hatton Orchestra furnished entertainment for Mr. and Mrs. C. Beyers Golden Wedding at Neillsville Thursday p.m. and evening.

Mrs. S.B. Flagg and daughters spent Saturday and Sunday in West Eaton with her mother.

Anna and Rose Albright spent several days last week with their cousins Marion and Margie Flagg.

Luciel Meyers called at A. Davey's Sunday p.m.

Mr. and Mrs. E. Meyers and sons of Park Falls, Mrs. Chas. Rohde, Mr. and Mrs. E. Rohde and son all spent Friday evening at A. Davey's.

Mr. and Mrs. P. Susa and daughter spent Sunday evening at J. Susa Jr.'s.

The fast Willard ball team defeated Eaton Center Sunday by a score of 6 to 16.

Hatton Bros. were busienss callers at Withee Monday p.m.

Mrs. Whitmere of Oshkosh arrived Wednesday for an extended visit with her daughter, Mrs. F. Meyers.

F. Merlak was a business caller in Neillsville Monday a.m.

The county road outfit went flying through here Tuesday to the northern part of the county.

Mrs. F. Merlak and children attended church in Willard Sunday.

Mr. A. Davey was a business caller at Neillsville Saturday.

Mr. J. Buittner arrived home from New York State where he purchased a farm.

 

 


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