News: Janesville Settlement (08 Apr 1926)
Surnames: Flagg, Hatton, Stafford, Dillenbeck, Bragger, Clinstman, Bahl, Davey, Gemmeke, Mercer, Susa, Piepers, Arble, Ozanich, Podobnik, Ross, Rohde, Bostwick, Needham, Schultz, Parkel, Barr
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (08 Apr 1926)
Mrs. S.B. Flagg spent Saturday and Sunday in West Eaton with her mother and sister.
Mrs. F. Hatton and sons Evan and Russell and Harry Stafford ate Easter dinner with Mr. and Mrs. R. Dillenbeck.
Mr. and Mrs. Earland Bragger spent Easter with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Clinstman.
Mr. M.M. Bahl and Iola Gemmeke called on Mrs. A. Davey Saturday a.m.
Paul Susa called at R. Pieper's Sunday a.m.
James Mercer, the Louden man of Marshfield, was a business caller at C. Hatton's several days last week.
The mumps at last have entered our vicinity. Eva Hatton entertained them last week, also a guest at the Parkel and Barr homes. Who's next?
Margie and Marion Flagg spent Saturday and Sunday with their Grandma Flagg.
The Sheephead gang spent Friday evening with C. Hatton.
Rudy Meinholdt spent Friday through Sunday with the home folks.
Evan Hatton was a business caller at Willard Thursday.
Geo. Flagg and Herman Arble were business callers in Greenwood Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Pieper, Mike Podobnik and Joe Ozanich spent Tuesday evening at A. Davey's.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Bostwick and Allan Davey spent Sunday afternoon at M. Podobnik's.
Laird Ross and Earl Rohde called at C. Hatton's Monday.
Mrs. A. Susa and children spent Saturday p.m. with Mrs. R. Pieper.
Walter Needham spent Saturday afternoon and evening at A. Davey's.
The following spent Sunday afternoon at P. Susa's: Mr. and Mrs. O. Schultz and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. A. Susa and children, and Mr. and Mrs. R. Pieper.
The Davey boys are the proud owners of a Chevrolet car.
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