News: Janesville Settlement (20 Apr 1961)
Contact:Dolores Mohr Kenyon
Surnames: Dillenbeck, Johnson, Bostwick, Barr, Baughman, Hatton, Nielsen, Podobnik, Arch, Churkey, Bolf, Holstein, Starks, Franz, Loberg, Lamovec, Bauer
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) April 20, 1961
Janesville Settlement (20 April 1961)
Joanne Dillenbeck entertained a group of girl friends, from Greenwood Saturday night and Sunday in honor of her 14th birthday.
Mrs. Edward Johnson of Greenwood arrived home Monday from four months’ visit in California with her sons, and their families, the Howard and Bernard Johnsons. She also stopped in Chicago for a week’s visit with relatives.
Mrs. Emma Bostwick arrived home Saturday from a four months’ visit with friends and relatives in Janesville.
Mrs. Fred Barr of Greenwood and Mrs. John Baughman and Roger called on the Clark Hattons Thursday afternoon.
Aage Nielsen helped John Baughman lay tile on his new building last week.
Mrs. Jake Barr and Janna met Mrs. Edward Johnson Monday at Adams on their way home from Delavan.
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Podobnik of Milwaukee were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Arch.
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nielsen were Mrs. David Churkey of Owen, Mrs. M. Bolf of Greenwood, and Mr. and Mrs. William Churkey and family and Mr. and Mrs. Gerard Holstein and family of Marshfield.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Starks and his mother, Mrs. Ella Starks of Janesville, and Mrs. Emma Bostwick, were Saturday dinner guests of the Clark Hattons.
Mrs. Henry Nielsen attended the spring council of homemakers in Greenwood last week.
Sharon Nielsen had her tonsils and adenoids removed last week. Mrs. Nielsen stayed with her at the hospital.
Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nielsen were Mr. and Mrs. Leando Franz of Greenwood and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Loberg of Christie.
Quite a few neighbors and relatives from here attended the Judith Lamovec and Richard Bauer wedding in Willard Saturday.
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