News: Janesville Settlement (03 Sep 1925)
Surnames: Lowery, Dillenbeck, Hatton, Bostwick, Clark, Dimler, Baker, Waseca, Davey, Podobnik, Plautz, Ross, Rohde, Gemmeke, Bombach, Abel, Reinhardt, Flagg
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (03 Sep 1925)
Kenneth Lowery autoed up from Janesville Friday for a visit at the Dillenbeck and Hatton homes.
The following from here that attended the married folks club dance at Globe Friday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Roger Dillenbeck, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bostwick, Mrs. D.B. Clark and Mr. and Mrs. Clark Hatton. All present had just a fine time and are looking forward to the next one.
Mrs. R. Dillenbeck helped her sister, Mrs. O. Dimler, cook for threshers Saturday and Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Hatton and children and Mrs. Chas. Bostwick were callers at the Dr. K. Baker home in Owen Sunday.
The wind blew down a silo on the Waseca farm and one for Mr. Davey on Saturday.
August Podobnik called on Steve Plautz in Willard on Monday.
Mrs. Ross and son Laird were callers at C. Hatton's and R. Dillenbeck's Monday p.m.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rohde and son and Grandma Rohde spent Monday and Tuesday at A.B. Davey's.
Mike Podobnik is building a cement hen house for Geo. Gemmeke.
Mr. and Mrs. Matt Bombach and children and C. Hatton and family spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Abel.
A crowd of young people from here attended the dance in Greenwood Saturday evening, in spite of the rain. They all report a fine time.
Mr. Reinhardt is threshing for the farmers in the surrounding vicinity.
The new Willard Hall is opened to the public Saturday evening for the first time. It is a fine building and a Community Hall that Willard might well feel proud of.
Mr. Chas. Bostwick spent Monday evening with her mother, Mrs. A. Flagg.
Mrs. S.B. Flagg and daughters spent Sunday with her mother and sister in West Eaton.
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