News: Janesville Settlement (27 Jun 1918)
Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: Moorhead, Bostwick, Keefe, Buettner, Hatton, Dimeler, Flagg, Currie, Dillenbeck, Rowert, Gemmeke, Borgers, Bahl, Churkey, Marlik/Marlek, Clintsman, Boe, Jornsby, Finster, Barton, Halle, Kuester, Huntzicker, Potter, Kronberger, Froby, Susa, Meyer, Schmidt, Marvin, Thompkins, Kanna, Gallaway, Waseca, Meyers
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 6/27/1918
Janesville Settlement (27 Jun 1918)
Misses Annabel and Loretta Moorhead spent Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Chas. Bostwick.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Keefe were Globe callers Thursday evening.
Joseph Buettner called on C. Hatton and family Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lew Dimeler and daughter, Elsie, spent last Sunday at Al. Flagg’s.
Dr. Currie was called out to Mrs. Dillenbeck’s Saturday to see a sick cow.
H. Bostwick and sons called on F. Hatton Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rowert were Neillsville callers Saturday.
Evan Hatton and Roger Dillenbeck attended the dance at Neillsville Saturday evening.
George Gemmeke called on Ed. Keefe and Al. Borgers Friday evening.
Mrs. M.M. Bahl called on Mrs. Chas. Churkey Wednesday evening.
Mrs. Al. Flagg, Mrs. Chas. Bostwick, Roger Dillenbeck and Jennie and Antonia Marlik spent Sunday at C. Hatton’s.
Fred Clintsman and Ray Rowert called on Alvin Boe at C. Jornsby’s Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Wm. Rowert received the sad message that her cousin, Rev. Robt. Finster, of Butternut, Wis. had passed away Saturday. The remains will be taken to Clinton, Wis., Tuesday for burial.
Mr. and Mrs. Louie Barton and children and Torrie Bahl spent Sunday at M.M. Bahl’s.
Julius Halle and daughter, Mrs. Chas. Halle, were Globe callers Sunday.
Henry Kuester and family of the west side were seen in this vicinity Sunday.
Miss Clara Huntzicker and Miss Marie Potter called on Mrs. Dillenbeck, M.M. Bahl’s and at Moorhead’s Friday, leaving information concerning the W.S.S. subscriptions. Leo Kronberger and Albert Froby called on Joe Buettner last Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lew Dimeler and daughter, Elsie, and J.J. Susa attended the lecture at Greenwood last Tuesday by Max F. Meyer of the University of Missouri. They say this gentleman is an excellent speaker.
Mrs. J.J. Susa helped Mrs. Joe. Susa with her household duties on Thursday.
Orvill Dimeler, Arnold Halle, John Schmidt and John Marlek spent Tuesday evening with Henry Marvin.
Joe Buettner is taking medical treatment at Marshfield. He makes several trips a week.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Thompkins spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Susa.
Henry Marvin and Orvill Dimeler were Willard callers Sunday. We wonder why.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kanna and children and Mr. and Mrs. Gallaway of City Point spent Sunday at the Susa home.
Anna and Sophia Waseca spent Sunday with their sister, Mrs. J.J. Susa.
Lucille and Louise Meyers spent Tuesday with Mrs. J.J. Susa.
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