News: Janesville Settlement (04 Feb 1909)


Surnames: Gilman, Dunn, Richmond, Buittner, Rayor, Loeffler, Schultz, Hatton, Dillenbeck, Flagg, Bostwick, Sillick, Rowert, Fradette, Silver, Stafford

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 04 Feb 1909

Mr. Gilman of Neillsville made a business call in our settlement last week.

Mr. Dunn and Mr. Richmond of the East Side called on Joe Buittner Sunday.

Mat Rayor moved his engine down here from the German Settlement, he is going to furnish the power for Mr. Silver's sawmill, which is going to saw lumber for Joe Buittner.

Mr. Loeffler hired Mr. and Mrs. Schultz of Loyal to do his cooking this winter.

Mr. and Mrs. F. Hatton and Mrs. Dillenbeck went to Greenwood Tuesday eveing to witness the joint installation of R.N.A. and M.W.A.

Miss Emma Flagg and Chas. Bostwick called at Rowert's Sunday.

Myrtle and Stryker Flagg called on Mr. and Mrs. Hatton Sunday afternoon.

Dr. Sillick was called to Mr. Rowert's Monday morning at 2 o'clock to treat a sick horse.

Mr. Albert Dillenbeck, who has been very sick again with rheumatism, is better at this writing.

Clark Hatton spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. John Stafford.

One of Joe buittner's hired help had the misfortune to get badly hurt Tuesday.

Miss Bessie Fradette and Clark Hatton spent Tuesday evening with Emma and Myrtle Flagg.



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