News: Janesville Settlement (10 Nov 1921)
Surnames: Keefe, Boeckman, Clintsman, Jorenby, Martinson, Sheets, Susa, Hatton, Dillenbeck, Bodwin, Flagg, Bostwick, Buettner, Emeling, Olson, McCammant, Meinholdt
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 10 Nov 1921
Mrs. Ed Keefe, who has been very ill for three weeks, is no better at this writing. Dr. Boeckman was called out again Monday.
Rachel Clintsman came home Friday, after spending the summer with Mrs. Carl Jorenby.
Alphild Martinson came home Saturday, after spending a month with Mrs. Carl Sheets.
Paul Susa and August Meinholdt called at Hatton's Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Dillenbeck spent Sunday with their parents at Globe.
The Clintsman and Martinson young people attended the play and dance at Globe Friday evening.
Mrs. Roger Dillenbeck spent Friday and Saturday at F. Hatton's.
Mr. Bodwin and son Ben, and All Susa were business callers in West Eaton Thursday.
Mrs. Al Flagg and Mrs. Chas. Bostwick spent Sunday at C. Hatton's.
Mrs. Joe Buettner went to Marshfield Saturday to see her husband, who is there in the hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Emeling and Mrs. Olson of Abbotsford spent Monday at the Ed Keefe home.
Floyd Clintsman helped F. Hatton with cement work Monday.
Albert Susa and W. McCammant were business callers in Greenwood Monday.
There will be a dance and basket social at the Janesville school Friday evening, Nov. 18. All are invited.
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