News: Janesville Settlement (29 May 1919)
Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: Buettner, Loeffler, Hatton, Flagg, Rowert, Clintsman, Farning, Susa, Bostwick, Albright, Webber, Sharp, Waseca, Bahl, Keefe, Potter, McCanna, Moorehead, Halle
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 5/29/1919
Janesville Settlement (29 May 1919)
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Buettner, Mrs. C. Loeffler and Mrs. C. Hatton called at Al. Flagg’s Thursday evening.
Roy Rowert came home from Greenwood Saturday night. He has been working up there several weeks in the lumber yard.
The Clintsman young people were out in their new car Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Hatton and son, Donald, Helen Farning and Russell and Evan Hatton attended a show at Neillsville Tuesday night.
Al. Flagg, who has been quite sick for over a month, is on the gain and able to be around again.
Paul Susa of Globe spent Sunday with his parents in Owega.
Mrs. Chas. Bostwick and Mrs. C. Hatton spent Sunday afternoon at F. Hatton’s.
George Albright and family of Owega spent Sunday afternoon and evening at S.B. Flagg’s.
L. Webber was a caller in this vicinity Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Sharp and daughter, Nellie, spent Sunday evening at F. Hatton’s.
Anna and Sophia Waseca spent Sunday evening with Rachel Clintsman.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Buettner spent Sunday at the M.M. Bahl home.
Mrs. C. Loeffler spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Ed. Keefe.
Homer Potter and Willie McCanna spent Sunday at the D. Moorehead home.
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Halle spent Monday evening with Mr. and Mrs. R. Waseca.
Mrs. J. Buettner and Mrs. C. Loeffler spent Friday evening at R. Waseca’s.
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