News: Janesville Settlement (10 Sep 1925)

Contact: Stan

Surnames: Rohde, Davey, Clark, Hatton, Bostwick, Gemmeke, Stanley, Everson, Halle, Ormond, Beyer, Meyers, Lowery, Susa, Arens, Podobnik, Stafford

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (10 Sep 1925)

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

Mr. Hugo Arens of Marshfield spent Friday evening at M. Podobnik's.

The following autoed to Wausau Sunday to spend the day, Mrs. D.B. Clark and Son Ross, Mrs. F. Hatton and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Hatton and children, Mrs. Chas Bostwick and Harry Stafford.

Mrs. Geo. Gemmeke spent Monday p.m. with Mrs. Davey.

Mr. Ben Stanley of Eaton Center was a business caller in the vicinity Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. E. Everson and family called at A. Davey's and Geo. Gemmeke's Monday.

A large crowd of young people from here and West Eaton attended the dances in the new Willard Hall satu' and Monday nights. A dance every Saturday night there.

Mr. A. Davey called on F. Halle Sunday.

Clark Hatton is busy filling silos at Globe.

Douglas and Chas. Ormond and August Beyer were business callers on C. Hatton Tuesday evening.

Iola Gemmeke spent Sunday p.m. with Lucile and Louise Meyers.

Kenneth Lowery and Ettiemay Clark left for Janesville Friday.

F. Halle sawed wood for A. Susa Monday.



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