News: Janesville Settlement (22 Aug 1918)
Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: Clark, Dillenbeck, Hatton, Rowert, Keefe, Moorehead, Buettner, Bostwick, Gemmeke, Bahl, Churkey, Farning, Jomby, Podovnick, Waseca, Marvin, Radkie, Loeffler, Flagg, Susa, Meyers, Solmerson, Will
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 8/22/1918
Janesville Settlement (22 Aug 1918)
Mrs. Bert Clark and children, Ross and Ettimay, came Friday from Indiana, for a visit at the Dillenbeck and Hatton homes.
Mrs. Wm. Rowert gave a party Wednesday evening in honor of Albert Rowert and niece Lydia. Everyone present reports a fine time.
Mrs. Ed. Keefe spent Thursday afternoon with Mrs. F. Hatton.
Roger Dillenbeck, Clark and Evan Hatton helped Tom Moorehead haul hay last Wednesday.
Joseph Buettner is cutting grain for the Willard farmers now days.
F. Hatton cut oats for H. Bostwick and George Gemmeke in West Eaton last week.
Mrs. M.M. Bahl called on Mrs. Chas. Churkey Tuesday.
Albert Rowert and dAughter left for their home in Nebraska after spending two weeks here with his brother Will and family.
Helen Farning spent Wednesday with Mrs. Dillenbeck.
Carl Jomby and F. Hatton re-graded the Rowert road Saturday.
We wonder where Roger Dillenbeck was Sunday afternoon.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Mike Podovnick, a 10-lb. girl Aug. 15. Congratulations.
Anna and Sophia Waseca spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Ed. Keefe.
S. Marvin and wife and L. Radkie and wife and son, Archie, and Frank Radkie all spent Wednesday at the Loeffler and Buettner homes.
Mrs. D. Moorehead and daughter, Loretta, spent Sunday evening at Al. Flagg’s.
J.J. Susa and F. Meyers called at the Joe Susa, Sr., home Sunday evening.
There are now eight members of the J.S. Red Cross knitting and we are in hopes of getting all the J.S. school district ladies interested. The meeting will be held at Mrs. F. Hatton’s this Friday.
Mrs. R. Waseca and daughters, Anna and Sophia, Mrs. F. Meyers and daughters, Lucille and Louise, spent Sunday evening at the J.J. Susa home.
J. Solmerson has taken the contract for plastering the house on the Rev. Will place.
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