News: Janesville Settlement (08 Dec 1932)


Surnames: Arch, Lamoric, Meinholdt, Flagg, Susa, Lenherr, Clintsman, Hatton, Bostwick, Drescher, Christie, Tompkins, Olson, Johnson, Zelanis, Gemmeke, Halle, Neff, Korntved, Bonnet, Parkel

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 8 Dec 1932

Louis Arch and son Frank returned from Milwaukee Sunday p.m. with his little daughter Julia. She went to make her home with Mr. Arch's brother there, but got so homesick they had to bring her home.

The neighbors and friends of Mr. Frank Lamoric Sr. helped celebrate his birthday Saturday evening.

We were all sorry to hear of Mrs. Ida Meinholdt's death.

George Flagg was a caller on Joe Susa Sunday p.m.

Quite a few folks from here attended the last series of the Union card parties Sunday evening.

Clarence Lenherr is working for Floyd Clintsman.

Donald Hatton spent Sunday in Greenwood with his grandma Hatton.

Mrs. E. Hatton spent Thursday p.m. and evening with Miss Drescher and Mrs. Chas. Bostwick.

Floyd Christie sawed wood for Earl Tompkins several days last week.

Frank Lamoric Jr. helped with the work while Mr. Arch and Frank were away.

Eva Hatton and Louis Olson spent Sunday with Ruth Johnson.

Mrs. Gus Meinholdt and Mrs. Zelanis called on Mrs. F. Clintsman and Mrs. C. Hatton last Tuesday p.m.

Grandma Bostwick called on Mrs. Chas. Bostwick Tuesday p.m.

George Gemmeke has been on the sick list.

Elaine Halle started to the J.S. School Monday.

Quite a few from here attended the Farmers Union Convention Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. H. Neff of Neillsville spent Sunday at E. Hatton's.

Pete Korntved is working for Fred Clintsman.

The Helping Hand met at Mrs. Fred Clintsman's Friday evening.

Warren Bonnet spent Friday evening at E. Hatton's.

Betty Arch spent several days last week with Donnie Parkel.



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