News: Janesville Settlement (01 Oct 1925)
Surnames: Podobnik, Rohde, Boeckman, Dillenbeck, Dimler, Bragger, Hatton, Clinstman, Bostwick, Syth, Weyhmiller, Flagg, Kocher, Bredeson, Ormond, Albright, Davey
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (01 Oct 1925)
Jennie Podobnik, Mrs. E. Rohde and Grandma Rohde helped Gertrude Davey cook for the silo fillers last Wednesday.
Most of the young people from here attended the dance at Willard Hall Wednesday evening.
Dr. Boeckman was seen on our streets several days last week.
Roger Dillenbeck cut corn for Orville Dimler last week.
The following spent Sunday at Chippewa Falls: Mr. and Mrs. Erland Bragger, the Clinstman families, Mrs. F. Hatton and Mrs. M. Dillenbeck.
Mike Podobnik and daughter Jennie and son Mickie attended the fair Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bostwick, Mr. and Mrs. C. Hatton attended the club dance in Globe Friday evening. They all report a good time.
Rob Syth was a business caller at C. Hatton's Monday a.m.
Mr. Weyhmiller and Mr. Kocher were surveying the road from the W.E. Cheese Factory down two miles to the Cloverland factory corner.
S. B. Flagg had a well drilled last week. Leo Bredeson did the work.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Ormond of Globe were seen on our street Friday.
Mrs. S.B. Flagg and daughters spent Saturday and Sunday at Geo. Albright's.
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