News: Janesville Settlement (7 Nov 1918)
Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: Hatton, Moorehead, Bostwick, Buettner, Churkey, Rowert, Davey, Kaulkover, Flagg, Palzer, Pitts, Borger, Dillenbeck, McCanna, Loeffler, Bahl, Clintsman
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 11/7/1918
Janesville Settlement (7 Nov 1918)
Clark Hatton received a letter from John Moorehead of France. John says they have old Bill on the run. This is the first letter received from him since he got across.
Chas. Bostwick drove down from Withee Tuesday to spend several weeks plowing and looking after his other farm work.
Joseph Buettner is filling his silo this week. Joe says he has had a very successful fall of threshing and has finished up for this year.
Chas. Churkey has begun to work on the new turnpike which comes out at Buettner’s road. This makes it much nearer for the Churkey children to go to school.
Mrs. Wm. Rowert called on Mrs. F. Hatton Wednesday.
The latest reports are that the A. Davey family are all doing nicely. We are all glad to hear this good [news].
Fred Kaulkover, our new cheesemaker, is boarding at F. Hatton’s for the present, until his wife returns from her visit up north.
Stryker Flagg and Leo Palzer were business callers at Neillsville Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Hatton and son and Evan Hatton spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bostwick.
Fred Kalkover spent Sunday evening and Monday at the Pitts home in Tioga.
A.B. Davey and daughter Bernice and sons, Allen and John, called at A.L. Borger’s Sunday.
Mrs. Dillenbeck and son Roger, Billie McCanna and Loretta Moorehead spent Sunday at the Moorehead home.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Loeffler and Joseph Buettner spent Sunday evening at C. Hatton’s.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Churkey were business callers at Greenwood Saturday.
M.M. Bahl has been helping Joe Buettner fill silo.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bostwick spent Sunday evening at Al. Flagg’s.
Roy Rowert and Fred Clintsman called at F. Hatton’s Sunday.
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