News: Janesville Settlement (08 Jul 1926)

Contact: Stan

Surnames: Flagg, Schuh, Krause, Bostwick, Hatton, Davey, Ozanich, Ruzic, Rohde, Stanley, Ross, Kronberger, Podobnik, Butterbrodt

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 08 Jul 1926)

Someone has been shooting dogs in this vicinity, which is indeed a loss to the parties owning the dogs. The owners paid taxes on these dogs and wish to have them left alone. The parties doing the shooting are known and unless the practice is stopped, they will be dealt with according to law.

(Last week)

Margie and Marion Flagg are able to up again after a siege of the measles. Who's next?

Francis Schuh and Miss Olive Krause of Madison are here visiting his aunt, Mrs. A. Flagg and cousins S.B. Flagg, Chas. Bostwick and C. Hatton homes.

John Davey spent Monday evening with his parents.

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ozanich attended the funeral of Miss Ruzic at Willard Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rohde and family and Mrs. Rohde's sister and husband from away, and Lucille and Leo Stanley, S.B. Flagg, Laird Ross, Mr. and Mrs. C. Hatton and Miss Kronberger spent last Friday evening at the Earl Rohde home.

Quite a number of people attended the party at Mike Podobnik's Friday evening. All report a fine time.

The road crew is busy these days. We will soon have good roads now.

C. Hatton and crew are doing the cement foundation for a big barn for Mr. A. Butterbrodt near Loyal.



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