News: Janesville Settlement (28 Oct 1926)
Surnames: Hatton, Coryell, Bremer, Bonnett, Clintsman, Flagg, Albright, Dillenbeck, Gemmeke, Rohde, Hembre, Davey, Francel, Ula, Bostwick, Weber
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (28 Oct 1926)
Geo. Hatton of Janesville spent several days of last week at the C. and F. Hatton homes, and at the F. Coryell home at Loyal.
Zelma, Marion and Buddie Bremer of Neillsville spent the weekend with her uncle Warren Bonnett.
Mrs. C. Hatton has been quite sick with tonsil trouble and a bad cold.
Fred Clinstman had the misfortune to get his leg crushed quite badly last week. The doctor will take an x-ray to see how badly the bone is injured. The accident happened while he was backing the manure spreader in the barn.
Mrs. S.B. Flagg and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Albright autoed to Two Rivers last Thursday for a short visit with relatives and friends.
Floyd Clintsman finished filling his silo and filled one for Roger Dillenbeck last week.
Geo. Gemmeke and C. Hatton were the lucky one around here. Geo. Got 2 geese and Clark 1 at the goose shoot Sunday.
Earl Rohde and family spent Sunday p.m. at A.H. Davey's.
Miss Edna Hembre spent the weekend with the home folks.
C. Hatton and crew are busy doing concrete work and setting up the equipment at the new barn on the County Farm.
Frank Francel attended the dance at Willard Saturday evening.
Mrs. F. Hatton and son Evan and Russell spent Sunday at F. Coryell's at Loyal and attended the Goose Shoot.
Listen folks: Don't forget the date. Miss Edna Hembre is planning on having a dance, Nov. 5 at the J.S. School. That's just the good time you've been waiting for . Don't miss it!
Jim Sharp was a business caller at Al Flagg's and A. Ula's last Thursday.
Mrs. H. Bostwick is spending several months here with her daughter, Mrs. G. Gemmeke.
Louie Weber was a caller at C. Bostwick's Friday.
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