News: Janesville Settlement (28 Sep 1935)
Surnames: Podobnik, Lamoric, Merlak, Rajk, Yurkovich, Arch, Hatton, Wendt, Lostofka, Meinholdt, Drescher, Dillenbeck, Bonnet, Clintsman, Flagg, Volovsek, Parkel, Vivoda, McKenna, Ozanich, Malnar, Briski, Ghent, Perko, Durst, Bostwick, Kern, Stafford, Susa, Bozovich,
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 28 Sep 1935)
The Podobnik, Lamoric, Merlak, Stanley Rajk, Math Merlak and Vollie Yurkovich young folks all spent Wednesday evening at the Louis Arch home.
Mr. and Mrs. Evan Hatton and Wm. Wendt were at Humbird last Saturday to see the ballgame and visited with their sister, Mrs. Geo. Lostofka.
Mercedes Meinholdt returned to her schoolwork at the Eau Claire Normal on Sunday.
Miss Drescher called at Roger Dillenbeck's last Tuesday p.m.
Warren Bonnet is building a kitchen on his house. His sister, Mrs. Chas. Clintsman, is keeping house for him.
Mrs. S.B. Flagg and daughter Marion called on Mrs. F. Volovsek Wednesday p.m.
Ann, Mayme, Helen and Frank Parkel were Marshfield visitors Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Vivoda spent Sunday with the home folks.
Mrs. Al Flagg called on her daughter, Mrs. C. Hatton, Monday.
Mary Lamoric is helping with the housework at the Wm. McKenna home in Eaton Center.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ozanich, Mr. Jack Malnar and Mr. and Mrs. Briski all called at the George Bozovich home Sunday p.m.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ghent of Neillsville and Mr. and Mrs. Evan Hatton spent Sunday in the northern part of the sate fishing.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Perko of Willard, Mrs. Paul Marg, Eva Durst, Mary Volovsek and Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Podobnik and children spent Sunday at the F. Parkel home.
Mrs. Chas. Bostwick spent Sunday p.m. with her mother, Mrs. A. Flagg.
The membersof the Helping Hand Society gave Mrs. Floyd Clintsman a pleasant surprise Saturday eveing, it being her birthday.
A number of folks from here and West Eaton attended the picnic at the Kern home in North Willard Sunday. They had a barbequed pig.
Joe and Frank Vivoda called at the Geo. Vivoda home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Dillenbeck and son, Mrs. M. Dillenbeck and Harry Stafford all went to Chicago last Thursday to attend the World's Fair.
Mrs. Paul Susa and children called on Mrs. C. Hatton Sunday a.m. and spent the afternoon with Mrs. Albert Susa.
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