News: Janesville Settlement (24 Jun 1926)
Surnames: Halle, Podobnik, Zallar, Slemec, Hatton, Bostwick, Flagg, Rohde, Davey, Bremer, Clinstman, Stafford, Rossman, Butterbrodt, Ampe, Ozanich, Albright, Arch, Kuehn, Susa, Peiper, Bodwin, Barr
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (24 Jun 1926)
Chas. Halle and daughter Elaine autoed up from Fond du Lac Friday for a visit with hsi parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Halle.
Mike Podobnik and crew are doing cement work for John Zallar at Willard.
Mr. Slemec of Willard was a business caller on C. Hatton's Sunday.
Mrs. Chas. Bostwick and Evelyn Hatton spent Sunday p.m. with Mrs. S.B. Flagg.
Earl Rohde called at A. Davey's Thursday afternoon.
Velma and Buddie Bremer spent several days last week with their aunt, Mrs. C. Clintsman.
Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Stafford and grandson Robert Rossman were out to their farm Sunday.
Mr. F. Butterbrodt and Albert Ampe were callers at C. Hatton's Wednesday evening.
Floyd Clintsman is a busy man these days. Makes two trips a day and double decks the cans.
Joe Ozanich Sr. and C. Hatton called at the A. Janezich home in Gorman Wednesday evening.
Claude Albright spent several days last week with his cousins Margie and Marion Flagg.
A crowd of young people from Willard and W.E. had a party at Louie Arch's Sunday evening.
Some storm Sunday evening, but it did not stop the married folks party at the Kuehn pavilion. A large crowd attended.
The Paul and Albert Susa families, Mr. and Mrs. R. Peiper and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Susa Sr. spent Sunday at the Bodwin home in Globe.
Frances Barr is on the sick list with measles.
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