News: Janesville Settlement (07 Jan 1926)
Surnames: Meyers, Gemmeke, Davey, Bostwick, Flagg, Hatton, Dillenbeck, Stafford, Ulesich, Clair, Ozanich, Halle, Arch, Seliskar, Dimler, Stanley, Susa, Spronger, Corryell, Martinson, Clintsman, Merlak
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (07 Jan 1926)
Lucy and Louise Meyers and Iola Gemmeke spent Thursday with Gertrude Davey.
Mr. L. Arch and family spent Sunday p.m. at F. Merlak's.
The following spent New Year's with Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bostwick: Geo. Flagg, Mrs. F. Hatton and sons, Clark Hatton and family, Mr. and Mrs. R. Dillenbeck and sons, S.B. Flagg and family, Harry Stafford and Mr. and Mrs. Al Flagg.
John Ulesich and Arnold Clair spent Friday evening at Davey's.
Mrs. J. Ozanich called on Mrs. Davey Sunday afternoon.
Fred Halle cut up corn stalks for Louie Arch several days last week.
A number from here attended the Federation meeting held in Greenwood Wednesday. A very interesting time was reported by all.
Quite a few from here attended the New Year's Eve party at the Geo. Seliskar home. A jolly time was had by all.
John and Allan Davey came down from the woods last week.
Harry Stafford spent several days last week at R. Dillenbeck's.
A few from here help Lou Dimler saw wood Saturday.
John Ulesich called at Davey's Saturday evening.
Mr. Stanley of Eaton Center is cutting wood at Albert Susa's.
Mr. and Mrs. Orville Dimler, Mr. and Mrs. R. Dillenbeck and son Harold spent Xmas day with their mother, Mrs. R. Spronger, at Globe.
Mrs. F. Corryell and daughters of Loyal spent Thursday with their aunt, Mrs. Hatton.
Willie Martinson came home from South Dakota last week, where he has been working.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Hatton entertained the following Xmas Day: Mr. and Mrs. Al Flagg, Mrs. F. Hatton and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bostwick, S.B. Flagg and family.
Frances Clintsman left for the woods Monday after spending Xmas here with his parents.
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