News: Janesville Settlement (14 Jul 1927)
Surnames: Clintsman, Hatton, Syth, Susa, Ozanich, Drew, Flagg, Podobnik, Lowery, Dillenbeck, Zank Merlak, Hepburn, Schwarze, Mercer, Flagg, Gemmeke
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 14 Jul 1927
Inez Clintsman and nieces came up from Oshkosh some time ago for an extended visit with her mother and brother here.
Mr. and Mrs. E. hatton and Mrs. F. Hatton and son Russell were at Hatfield Sunday.
A large crowd from here attended the Syth and Susa barn dances.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ozanich Sr. spent Sunday evening at C. Hatton's.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Drew called at Al Flagg's Friday evening.
The president of Lawrence College of Appleton was a business caller on August Podobnik on the college farm last week.
Kenneth Lowery is painting Mrs. Martha Dillenbeck's house.
Mr. Rudy Zank of Eau Claire was a business caller on C.L. Hatton several days last week.
Mrs. Merlak's sister and family from Illinois are here on a visit, having autoed through.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Merlak were at Marshfield Monday to see their son Lloyd and daughter Jennie, who were hurt in an auto accident Sunday.
R. Dillenbeck and family were at Alma Center to pick strawberries Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Hepburn of Greenwood called at the Al Flagg home Friday evening.
Edw. Schwarze delivered a new mowing machine for August Podobnik Saturday.
James Mercer of Marshfield was a business caller on C. Hatton last week.
Mrs. S.B. Flagg and daughters spent Sunday with her mother in West eaton.
Mr. and Mrs. Evan Hatton called at F. Merlak's Monday evening.
The carpenters finished the machine shed and garage for Mr. Arch last week.
Floyd Clinstman has been on the sick list with a bad cold.
L. Arch called at C. Hatton's Wednesday evening.
Mrs. George Gemmeke and daughter Iola spent Friday p.m. with Mrs. Al Flagg.
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