News: Janesville Settlement (1 May 1919)
Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: Huckstead, Susa, Waseca, Dillenbeck, Hatton, Flagg, Palzer, Farning, Sharp, Halle, Boyce, Rowert, Keefe, Buyce, Kalkofen, Boeckmann, Arch, Marlik, Buettner
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 5/1/1919
Janesville Settlement (1 May 1919)
The program and social given by Miss Huckstead was a decided success, the proceeds being $19.63. A fine program was rendered by the school children. The school house was crowded to overflowing with people from Globe, Owega, West Eaton, and Greenwood. Everyone surely had a fine time. The old school is open once more and more of these good times are looked for in the near future.
Mrs. Joe Susa, Jr., and Miss Anna Waseca went to Marshfield Thursday to see their mother, Mrs. Robert Waseca, and did not find her condition as the doctors at first reported. The hip bone that was reported broken was not, but the leg was broken below the hip. She was brought home Friday, where she will be more contented with her family. We were all sorry to hear of her misfortune.
The social circle met with Mrs. Dillenbeck last Wednesday evening. The evening was spent in games and music. A fine lunch was served at midnight. The next meeting will be at Mrs. S. Hatton’s Wednesday evening, May 7th.
S.B. Flagg spent Sunday afternoon at the Palzer home in Owega.
Helen Farning entertained Nellie Sharp at supper Friday night.
Chas. Halle is helping his father, J. Halle, build fences several days.
Mrs. Lena Boyce is here at the Rowert home with her children after spending several weeks in Greenwood.
Ed. Keefe was a Globe caller Monday.
Mrs. F. Hatton and Mrs. Dillenbeck spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. C. Hatton.
Al. Flagg was on the sick list a few days.
Chas. Buyse of Loyal was a business caller on Clark Hatton Friday.
Mrs. F. Kalkofen is visiting relatives at Granton.
Dr. Boeckmann was called out to see Mrs. Louie Arch, who is very sick with the flu.
Roy Marlik is on the sick list with the flu.
F. Marlik called on Al. Flagg Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Buettner spent Sunday evening at C. Hatton’s.
Dr. Boeckmann called on Mrs. Waseca Saturday.
Joseph Buettner left for Coxie Monday to look after his sawing outfit. He has about three weeks’ sawing of ties and a job of road grading later on in the town of Hendren.
© Every submission is protected by the Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 1998.
Show your appreciation of this freely provided information by not copying it to any other site without our permission.
A site created and
maintained by the Clark County History Buffs