News: Janesville Settlement (11 Jul 1918)
Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: Moorhead, Bahl, Churkey, Flagg Bostwick, Dillenbeck, Susa, Jacklin, Syth, Lyden, Rowert, Clintsman, Meinhart, Loeffler, Keefe, Emeling, Halle, Hatton, Bremer, Barnett, Waseca, Borgers, Schultz
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 7/11/1918
Janesville Settlement (11 Jul 1918)
There will be a Red Cross and pie social at the Janesville Settlement school house, Wednesday evening, July 17, given by the J. Settlement auxiliary. There will also be ice cream cones. All the proceeds will go to the Red Cross. This affair is also a farewell party, given in honor of John Moorhead and the Globe boys who will leave July 22 to join the colors. Every body come and show the boys that you are all willing to work for them while they fight for us. Each lady bring a pie.
David Moorhead left Saturday for the Columbus, Ohio, training camp. We were all sorry to see him go. We feel that we have lost a young man who is very hard to replace. David is well liked by all who know him and his going so soon was a big disappointment to us all. May God protect him and bring him home safely.
Mrs. M.M. Bahl spent Friday afternoon with Mrs. Charles Churkey.
The small pox scare is over at last and is a relief to a good many.
You read about the British tanks and their great stunts in France, but you had ought to have seen the Ford with a lady driver from Christie jumping ditches in a hayfield in J.S. Sunday. The car was full of passengers and it is marvelous that no one was hurt.
Mrs. Al Flagg and Mrs. Chas. Bostwick called on Mrs. Dillenbeck Sunday evening.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. John Susa July the 4th, a 9-1/2 lb. son. Congratulations.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacklin, John Syth and family, Pay Lyden and wife, Wm. Rowert and wife, Mrs. Dillenbeck and son, Roger, all spent Sunday at the Moorhead home.
Roy Rowert and Fred Clintsman went blueberrying Sunday.
Elizabeth Meinhart helped Mrs. Loeffler with her housework last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Keefe drove to Veefkind the Fourth to spend the day with T.E. Emeling. A large picnic was given for the Red Cross by the Veefkind and Coles auxiliaries. Mrs. Keefe says it was wonderful the way these people worked for the Red Cross. It makes us feel that we have been idle long enough. The ladies will soon be knitting for our boys again.
Miss Lena Halle and sister, Helen, are home from the southern part of the state on a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Halle.
Clark Hatton and wife and son, Donald, spent Sunday at Al. Flagg’s.
Mrs. Bremer and children of Christie, Mrs. Clintsman and children, Floyd and Lucille, and Mr. Barnett and Anna and Sophia Waseca all spent Sunday with Inez Clintsman.
Don’t forget the pie social and dance at the J.S. school house. Everybody come.
Saturday morning the 2-year-old child of Mr. and Mrs. Al Borgers wandered away from home about a half mile and would have gone further, but Mrs. F. Hatton saw him and notified his parents.
Pat Lyden and children, Elsie and Otto Schultz and Annabel and Loretta Moorhead autoed up to Medford Tuesday to spend several days with relatives.
Inez Clintsman spent Tuesday with her mother at Globe.
Mrs. Dillenbeck and son, Roger, Mrs. Chas. Bostwick and Mr. and Mrs. Hatton autoed up to Abbotsford Tuesday evening to see Chas. Bostwick.
Otto Schultz spent one evening last week with the Moorhead boys.
A few of the young people from here spent the Fourth at the Eaton Center school. All report a fine time.
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