News: Janesville Settlement (02 Sep 1920)


Surnames: Dillenbeck, Popple, Clark, Hatton, Clintsman, Buettner, Flagg, Wepner, Martinson, Stafford, Lingener, Susa, Moorehead, Hogue

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 02 Sep 1920

Mrs. Dillenbeck and Mrs. Clark Popple of Janesville and Mrs. Dr. B. Clark and son Ross of Lafayette, Ind. Came last week to visit at F. Hatton's.

Miss Rachel Clintsman spent Thursday here with her parents.

Joe Buettner finished the threshing for the J.S. farmers last week. He will thresh at Willard next week.

S.B. Flagg is the owner of a new Ford car.

Mr. and Mrs. F. Hatton, Mrs. Popple, Mrs. Dillenbeck and S.B. Flagg were business callers at Neillsville Thursday evening.

The Clintsman Bros, S. Martinson and Paul Wepner have purchased a silo filler.

Thursday, while Mr. and Mrs. Joe Buettner were away from home, their apple orchard was raided again. They came home unsuspected to parties and saw them running with the apples. Joe took after them, when they saw they would be caught, they dropped the bags and ran in the corn field. Also Saturday evening the party took the apples from the J.H. Stafford orchard is known. It bad enough for small boys, but when it comes to a woman, that's going some.

Floyd Clintsman took his sister, Mrs. Ollie Lingener, to Spencer Sunday evening to take the train for Milwaukee, where she will visit before returning to her home at Oshkosh.

The Hatton brothers bought a Samson Tractor and Silo filler Monday.

Globe Cheese Co. has hired Albert Susa to make cheese this year. Albert has been helping at the Eaton Center Factory all summer.

Mrs. D. Moorehead was a Greenwood shopper Monday.

The school board commenced the cement work on the basement of the new school Monday. Clarence Hogue of Greenwood will teach this term.



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