News: Janesville Settlement (17 Oct 1918)
Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: Halle, Racoby, Waseca, Hatton, Bahl, Wendt, Neville, Dillenbeck, Goss, Stafford, Flagg, Moorehead, Puik, Dimeler, Meyers, Podovnick, Meinholdt, Marlik, Emeling, Keefe, Lokatick, Bostwick, Borgers, Menike, Saulmerson, Susa, Baker, Bostwick, Ormond, Churkey, Clintsman, Rowert, Kohlman
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 10/17/1918
Janesville Settlement (17 Oct 1918)
Private Arnold Halle was buried on Friday afternoon instead of Tuesday, as we stated last week. The body did not arrive here as soon as expected, and owing to Spanish influenza and diphtheria in Greenwood, the military services were cancelled until later. The minister from Greenwood gave a beautiful sermon, which touched all the hearts. The singing was by the West Eaton Glee Club. S. Racoby, a soldier, came with the remains.
Anna and Sophia Waseca called on Mrs. C. Hatton Sunday evening.
M. Bahl was a business caller at J. Halle’s Sunday evening.
Miss Anna Wendt and Will Neville of Neillsville called at M.M. Bahl’s and Mrs. Dillenbeck’s Thursday afternoon.
Miss Iva Goss and Miss Lillian Stafford of Greenwood and Mr. and Mrs. S.B. Flagg spent Sunday afternoon at Clark Hatton’s.
Mrs. J. Hatton and son Evan spent Sunday afternoon at D. Moorehead’s.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Puik, an eight-lb. son Thursday. Congratulations.
Anna and Sophia Waseca and Mrs. L. Dimeler spent Sunday with Mrs. Frank Meyers.
Miss Jennie Podovnick and Alma Meinholdt spent Sunday at the Marlik home.
E.T. Emeling and sister of near Loyal spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Keefe.
Mrs. Joe Lokatick and children spent Sunday at the Puik home.
Mrs. H. Bostwick called on Mrs. E. Keefe and at A.L. Borgers Thursday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Bruno Halle and Mrs. J. Menike left for their homes Saturday after spending a week here at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Halle.
The J.S. Red Cross ladies did not meet with Mrs. Dillenbeck to knit last Thursday, as we stated in last week’s items, on account of respect to Arnold Halle, but we will meet this week Thursday with Mrs. Dillenbeck. We have another new Red Cross member, Mrs. J. Saulmerson. Every lady in the school district is invited to attend these meetings.
A very interesting letter from Private Albert Susa of France was received by Mr. and Mrs. Clark Hatton last week. It took just a month for the letter to reach here. Albert asked to be remembered to all his J.S. friends.
Mrs. J. Saulmerson has been very sick with pleurisy again and is under the care of Dr. K. Baker.
Mrs. Chas. Bostwick spent Saturday with Mrs. Clark Hatton.
Mrs. Wm. Ormond, Mrs. Chas. Churkey, Mrs. F. Hatton and Inez Clintsman all spent Wednesday and Thursday afternoons with Mrs. Saulmerson.
Mrs. D. Moorehead and Mrs. Dillenbeck called at F. Hatton’s Saturday evening.
Roy Rowert is working for Mr. Kohlman near Willard.
Evan Hatton made a business trip to Neillsville Thursday.
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