News: Janesville (22 Oct 1925)
Surnames: Davey, Syth, Dillenbeck, Hatton, Dimler, Bostwick, Gemmeke, Flagg, Hales, Bodium, Rasizh, Rohde, Pagelsdorf
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (22 Oct 1925)
Don't forget the program and dance at the J.S. School Friday evening, Oct. 23rd, starting at 7:30 p.m.
Mrs. A.B. Davey returned from Mudbaden, Minn. last Tuesday, after three weeks treatment for rheumatism. She feels much improved. She says to see the people coming and going there you'd think the whole world has rheumatism.
All of the young folks from here and some from West Eaton attended the dance at Will Syth's barn Friday evening.
Orville Dimler is busy working on the new road.
Mrs. M. Dillenbeck spent Friday with C. Hatton and family.
Mrs. M. Dillenbeck, Mrs. C. Hatton, Mrs. Chas. Bostwick, all spent Friday p.m. with Mrs. A. Davey.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Gemmeke and daughter Iola, and E. Rohde and S.B. Flagg called at C. Hatton's Thursday evening.
Mrs. M. Dillenbeck called on Mrs. A. Flagg Saturday a.m.
Hatton Bros. are installing drinking cups and equipment for Roy Hales at Loyal.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bodium of Globe attended the wedding of her sister in Greenwood Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. S.B. Flagg and daughters spent Sunday p.m. at C. Hatton's.
Mrs. Raszich's mother passed away out here Tuesday. For some time she has made her home with her daughter. She was laid to rest in the Willard Cemetery Thursday.
Evan and Russell Hatton had dental work done Monday in Greenwood.
Mrs. A. Davey and daughter Gertrude spent several days with her daughter, Mrs. Earl Rohde.
Mrs. Chas. Bostwick spent Sunday p.m. with her mother, Mrs. A. Flagg.
Orville Dimler helped Edw. Pagelsdorf on the Twenty-six road fill silo Tuesday.
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