News: Janesville Settlement (21 Feb 1935)
Surnames: Flagg, Palzer, Arch, Kebl, Moore, Vivoda, Yurkovich, Hatton, Olson, Bostwick, Drescher, Barr, Ozanich, Hebert, Gemmeke, Behrens, Parkel, Yartz, Podobnik, Bozovich, Dillenbeck, Wright, Clintsman
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 21 Feb 1935
Marion Flagg called on her grandmother, Mrs. Palzer, Monday.
Frank Arch is working for Frank Kebl.
Donald Moore is on the sick list.
Mrs. Geo. Vivoda and Fanny Lamoric called at the W.E. School Thursday.
The Sheephead gang helped Vollie Yurkovich celebrate his birthday Saturday evening.
Eva Hatton has been very sick with the flu and tonsil trouble under Dr. Olson's care. Little Jimmie Hatton is also quite sick with the flue.
Mrs. Chas. Bostwick and Grandma Bostwick spent Wednesday p.m. with Mrs. Al Flagg.
Miss Drescher gave her pupil a valentine party with a candy bar treat and the pupils gave her a special teat with candy and lovely valentines.
Mrs. Fred Barr and Tommie are very sick with smallpox.
Mrs. Joe Ozanich spent Sunday at C. Hatton's.
The Ladies Aid helped Grandma Clintsman celebrate her birthday Thursday.
Lloyd Hebert and son Donnie and Don Hatton were Loayl callers Wednesday.
Miss Drescher and Mrs. Chas. Bostwick were dinner guests at the Geo. Gemmeke's on Sunday.
Dr. Olson was a caller at Fred Barr's and C. Hatton's Sunday to see the sick folks.
Anna Fay Barr and Douglas Behrens called to see Mrs. Barr Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Parkel called on Mrs. Joe Yartz Saturday evening.
Mrs. Lloyd Hebert was a Neillsville caller Thursday.
Leo Palzer was a caller at S.B. Flagg's Sunday p.m.
Mrs. Podobnik and Mary and Fanny Lamoric spent Saturday evening with Mrs. Geo. Bozovich.
Miss Drescher spent Saturday evening with Eva Hatton.
Mrs. Geo. Gemmeke spent Friday p.m. with Mrs. Chas. Bostwick.
Mrs. Roger Dillenbeck called on Mrs. Max Wright Monday p.m.
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