Janesville (24 Aug. 1939)
Contact: Crystal Wendt
Surnames: Plautz, Baul, Lineger, Bostwick, Flagg, Parkel, Podobnik, Dillenbeck, Hatten, Lastofka, Kurth, Clintsman, Potts, Halle, Clinstman, Duell, Alers, Susa
----Sources: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) Thurs., 24 Aug. 1939
The Plautz brothers are busy grading the road west of the old Baul farm.
Mrs. Ollie Lineger returned to her home in Oshkosh, after visiting her mother and other relatives for several weeks.
Mrs. Chalres Bostywick helped her mother, Mrs. Al Flagg, cook for threshers.
Mrs. F. Parkel, Sr., Frank Parkel, Jr., and little Mary Ann were callers at the August Podobnik and Roger Dillenbeck homes.
Mr. Arch has been on the sick list.
Miss Lastofka of Humbird visited her aunt, Mrs. Evan Hatten, and helped her cook for threshers.
Miss Marjorie Flagg, who has a position at the L. W. Kurth home in Neillsville, spent Tuesday here with her father, also helping her grandmother cook for threshers.
Mrs. Francis Clintsman, spent Saturday with her mother, Mrs. B. Potts, while Francis attended the Potter auction.
Mrs. Roger Dillenbeck helped Mrs. Charles Halle and Mrs. Francis Clintsman, cook for threshers.
Mrs. Ellen Clintsman spent several days with her sister, Mrs. Asa Duell, in Loyal.
Mrs. Syth and Alvin Alers were business callers at the Charles Halle, Roger Dillenbeck and Joe Susa homes Wednesday.
Several from here attended the Clark County fair last week.
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