News: Janesville Settlement (16 Sep 1926)
Surnames: Gorgwich, Ozanich, Gemmeke, Albright, Palzer, Flagg, Bostwick, Hatton, Bahl, Laken, Hembre, Davey, Dillenbeck, Ula, Schultz, Halle, Syth, Drew, Noble, Hagedorn
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (16 Sep 1926)
Mrs. Gorgwich and sons left for their home Saturday after a week's visit at the Joe Ozanich home.
Geo. Gemmeke and family attended the Marshfield fair last week.
Geo. Albright and Leo Palzer called at Fred Halle's and S.H. Flagg's last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bostwick and C. Hatton and family attended the show in Neillsville Sunday evening.
Miss Victoria Bahl was home on a short visit several weeks ago to see her father, who was very ill.
Quite a crowd from here attended the big dance at Syth's barn last Thursday and enjoyed the fine music rendered by the Bud Laken Night Owls.
S.B. Flagg and family and Mrs. C. Hatton and daughter Eva ate dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bostwick Sunday in honor of Eva's 7th birthday.
Miss Edna Hembre is teaching the J.S. School and is staying at the A.B. Davey home.
The west Eaton School started last Monday with Miss Susie Drew as teacher.
Roger Dillenbeck was a Willard caller Saturday.
Mrs. M. Dillenbeck and Mrs. R. Dillenbeck spent Friday with Mrs. F. Hatton.
Mrs. A. Flagg called on Mrs. Chas. Bostwick Monday p.m.
John and Allan Davey are brushing for Mrs. F. Hatton.
Chas. Bostwick sure has some time in keeping the roads smooth. Just get them nicely done and another rain and the cars cut them all up again.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bostwick were made a present of a fancy radio from her uncle, Mr. P.S. Nobles of Janesville.
Mr. Ula threshed for A.B. Davey, Geo. Flagg and Geo. Gemmeke Wednesday and Thursday.
Victor Bahl had the misfortune to lose a horse last week.
C. Hatton and crew are putting up a large foundation for Mr. Hagedorn of Globe and foundation for Otto Schultz, also this week.
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