News: Janesville Settlement (16 Jul 1925)
Surnames: Podobnik, Evenson, Jurcic, Hatton, Ampe, Gemmeke, Susa, McCammant, Flagg, Gates, Meyers, Davey, Bostwick, Merlak, Arch, Ulesich, Celesnik, Clintsman, Linniger, Waseca, Rohde, Meinholdt, Parkel
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (16 Jul 1925)
Jennie and Mike Podobnik, Stanley Evenson, Mickie Jurcic and Evan Hatton spent Tuesday evening at A. Davey's.
A few of the young folks from here attended the party at Ampe's Thursday evening.
Mr. Evenson and children called at G. Gemmeke's Tuesday evening.
Albert Susa and Wm. McCammant called on C. Hatton Sunday p.m.
Mrs. S.B. Flagg and daughters spent the weekend with her mother and sister in West Eaton. They also entertained company from Two Rivers, a Miss Gates and her brother.
Luciel Meyers spent Friday p.m. with Gertrude Davey.
Mrs. C. Hatton and Mrs. Chas. Bostwick spent Thursday evening with Mrs. F. Hatton.
Geo. Flagg called at Chas. Bostwick Sunday p.m.
Mrs. F. Merlak and daughter Jennie attended church in Greenwood Sunday.
A large crowd spent Sunday at Louie Arch's. All present had a good time.
Mr. M. Podobnik and family spent Friday evening at F. Parkel's.
John Ulesich and Frank Celesnik called at A. Davey's Monday.
Floyd Clintsman hauled cheese for the Clover Leaf Cheese Co. last week.
Vivian and Eunice Linniger are spending several days with their aunt Inez Clinstman.
Willard played ball with Owen Sunday, wing by a score of 3 to 7.
Sophia Waseca left for Milwaukee Monday, where she expects to be employed.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rohde and son called at A. Davey's and C. Hatton's Thursday p.m.
Frankie Arch has been on the sick list with blood poison in his leg. He is under the Dr.'s care.
Otto Meinholdt called on C. Hatton Thursday p.m.
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