News: Janesville Settlement (19 Aug 1926)
Surnames: Flagg, Ward, Dillenbeck, Ozanich, Hatton, Podobnik, Syth, Bostwick, Arbelle, Bahl, Boeckman, Bramer, Barnett, Clintsman, Zevnik, Zallar, Hatton, Rohde, Sharp
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (19 Aug 1926)
Geo. Flagg was called to Janesville Friday, his sister, Mrs. Jennie Ward, had passed away after a year of suffering.
Mrs. M. Dillenbeck has been adding some improvements and remodeling her house, which surely looks fine.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ozanich entertained company Sunday.
Mrs. S.B. Flagg and daughter spent Saturday with her mother and sister in West Eaton.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Hatton and Mr. and Mrs. S.B. Flagg went to Neillsville last Tuesday evening to hear the Eli Rice Cotton Pickers. They sure are wonderful musicians and those that like music sure missed a lot in not hearing them.
Willard was quite a busy place Sunday. A big ball game and several dances or picnics to which a large crowd attended.
Mike Podobnik is building a fancy big machine shed.
Quite a number from here attended the Will Syth barn dance last Thursday evening. All report a fine time.
Joe Ozanich and son Joe, Chas. Bostwick and Herman Arbelle helped C. Hatton finish haying Saturday.
Roger Dillenbeck had the misfortune to have one of the rear wheels break and drop of the car, but no one was hurt.
Mr. M.M. Bahl is very sick at this writing. It is feared he has had a stroke. Dr. Boeckman was called and Mrs. Bahl was sent for. She has been at Menasha for several months.
Zelma Bramer returned to her home in Neillsville last week after spending several months here with her uncle, Warren Barnett.
Mrs. Chas. Clintsman and children have our sympathy in their sad loss.
Frank Zevnik and John Zallar of Willard were business callers at C. Hatton's last Monday a.m.
Victor Bahl is driving a Ford truck he purchased from Jim Sharp.
Earl Rohde was a Willard caller Thursday p.m.
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