News: Janesville Settlement (27 Feb 1919)
Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: Enhelder, Churkey, Flagg, Hatton, Rowert, Bostwick, Stanley, Bahl, Buettner, Waseca, Clintsman, Dimler, Moorehead, Kalkofen, Tompkins, Halle, Wallace, Wood, Huntzicker, Keefe, Dillenbeck, Bergamen, Susa, Marlik, Schoenherr, Merlik, Meyer,
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 2/27/1919
Janesville Settlement (27 Feb 1919)
Grandma Enhelder returned to her home at Christie after spending several weeks with Mrs. Chas. Churkey.
Mrs. Al. Flagg spent Wednesday with her daughter, Mrs. S. Hatton.
Roy Rowert and Evan Hatton came down from Westburo Wednesday morning. We were wondering if the work was too hard or if the kids got homesick. Anyway they are back and we are glad to have them with us.
Mrs. Chas. Bostwick called on Mrs. Ben Stanley in Eaton Center Wednesday afternoon.
Chas. Churkey gave his family a pleasant surprise one evening last week when he came home with a fine large Victrola.
M.M. Bahl is working for Joseph Buettner at the saw mill.
Anna and Sophia Waseca and Fred and Inez Clintsman and Orville Dimler all attended the masquerade ball at Christie Tuesday night.
Annabel, Loretta and David Moorehead spent Sunday afternoon at F. Hatton’s.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Kalkofen spent Sunday at the Earl Tompkin’s home in Eaton Center.
Mrs. Charley Halle and little daughter called on Mrs. L. Dimler Tuesday afternoon.
Dean Wallace of Greenwood helped Bert Wood saw lumber last week.
Mrs. John Huntzicker called on Lou Dimler Tuesday.
The J.S. Red Cross held their annual meeting last Friday evening and elected officers as follows: David Moorehead, chairman; Stryker Flagg, vice-chairman; Mrs. Ed. Keefe, sec.; Mrs. M. Dillenbeck, treasurer. There was a large crowd present and 28 new members taken in. There are several who will join later. As there is no more knitting to be done, the J.S. branch will have social doings every two weeks and after expenses are paid, the money will be used for good purposes, which we will make known later. The first of these meetings will be a dance at F. Hatton’s Wednesday evening, Feb. 26.
Mrs. Lou Dimler and Glen Bergamen visited Friday afternoon with Mrs. J.J. Susa and son, Robbie.
Clark and Evan Hatton are up at Greenwood helping with the work on the new canning factory.
John Marlik and Orville Dimler called on their best girls Sunday afternoon.
Erick Schoenherr of Globe was a business caller at F. Hatton’s Sunday.
Al. Flagg has been on the sick list for several weeks with a bad cold.
Mr. Merlak called on Mrs. Dimler Thursday.
Joe Buettner is having fine success with his new work of sawing ties.
Mrs. Chas. Bostwick spent several days last week with her sister, Mrs. C. Hatton.
Lou Dimler called at Meyer’s and Merlak’s Saturday.
Mrs. D. Moorehead and children, Loretta, Annabel and David, took supper with Mrs. M. Dillenbeck and spent Monday evening there.
Miss Anna Waseca called on Mrs. S. Hatton Friday afternoon.
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