News: Janesville Settlement (13 Aug 1925)

Contact: Stan

Surnames: Ormond, Hatton, Flagg, Bozivich, Scherer, Clinstman, Borgers, Davey, Bostwick, Dillenbeck, Meyers, Rohde, Merlak, Podobnik, Ulesich, Brager, Gemmeke, Clark

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (13 Aug 1925)

Douglas Ormond was a business caller at Hatton's Sunday.

Jas. Flagg and Hartzel Flagg and families returned to their home in Beloit Monday.

Geo. Bozivich had a bee Monday. Eight farmers helped him haul and stack hay.

A very large crowd from this vicinity was at the Tourist Park Sunday. Looks as though Greenwood was getting popular by the cars that came loaded with outside visitors.

Geo. Scherer of Eaton Center hauled cheese for the Clover Leaf factory Tuesday.

Floyd Clinstman and Gwendolyn Borgers autoed to Thorp Sunday.

Mrs. A. Davey spent Wednesday with Mrs. G. Gemmeke.

Chas. Bostwick, Roger Dillenbeck and C. Hatton attended the Woodman meeting Tuesday evening.

Louise Myers called at A. Davey's Sunday a.m.

Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rohde and son and Mrs. Chas Rohde spent Sunday evening at A. Davey's.

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

Gertrude Davey called on Eva Podobnik Tuesday p.m.

John Ulesich and Arnold Claire called at Davey's one evening last week.

August Podobnik called at C. Hatton's Friday evening.

Francis Clintsman hauled milk to Neillsville Tuesday for Floyd.

Mrs. Borgers and family have moved to Greenwood to live.

Stryker Flagg, Earland Brager and Ross Clark are working with Hatton Bros. on the bridge in the town of Mead.

A large crowd of young folks from here will go to Reedsburg Friday evening to attend the dance there.

Quite a number from here attended the movies Sunday evening.



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