News: Janesville Settlement (15 Oct 1925)
Surnames: Davey, Meyers, Zetsche, Hatton, Bodwin, Klueckman, Martinson, Dillenbeck, Flagg, Bostwick, Ulesich, Christie, Syth, Rohde, Parkel, Podobnik, Dillenbeck, Merlak, Ozanich, Clair
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (15 Oct 1925)
Carl and Allan Davey returned home from the West Thursday.
Mrs. F. Meyers called on Mrs. R. Zetsche one day last week.
The following spent Sunday at C. Hatton's: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bodwin, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bodwin and children, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Klueckman and family and John Klueckman, all of Globe, and Mrs. F. Hatton and sons.
S. Martinson and Roger Dillenbeck and George Flagg helped Chas. Bostwick dig potatoes Monday.
Gertrude Davey called on Mrs. C. Hatton Monday p.m.
Lillian and Einar Martinson were confirmed at the Norwegian Church Sunday.
John Ulesich and Arnold Clair of Willard called at A. Davey's Sunday p.m.
Quite a few of the young people attended the dance at Greenwood Saturday evening.
Free Christie and Will Syth of Eaton Center were business callers at C. Hatton's Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Rohde and son spent Sunday evening at A. Davey's.
Mrs. S.B. Flagg and daughters spent Sunday in West Eaton with her mother and sister.
Thresia Parkel spent Friday p.m. with Jennie Podobnik.
Mrs. F. Hatton and sons spent Thursday evening at R. Dillenbeck's.
F. Merlak and family attended church in Willard Sunday.
Allan Davey, the Podobnik young folks, all spent Friday evening at F. Parkel's.
Joe Ozanich is hauling lumber from Willard. He expects to build a fine new barn this fall.
Gertrude Davey called on Eva Podobnik Thursday.
The County Tractor is grading the West Easton road now.
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