News: Janesville Settlement (07 May 1925)
Surnames: Podobnik, Parkel, Stafford, Benedict, Flagg, Albright, Bostwick, Hatton, Davey, Rohde, Bahl, Hatton, Gemmeke, Coryell, Pagelsdorf, Clintsman, Ozanich
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (07 May 1925)
August Podobnik and Thresia Parkel came home from Joliet, Ill. Monday, after spending the winter there.
Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Stafford and Mrs. D. Benedict called at Al Flagg's Sunday p.m.
Floyd Clintsman was a business caller on Chas. Bostwick and C. Hatton Wednesday a.m.
Mrs. Geo. Albright spent Tuesday p.m. with her sister, Mrs. S.B. Flagg.
A.B. Davey and family, Earl and Art Rohde, Mike and August Podobnik, Joe Ozanich Jr., and S.B. Flagg all spent Wednesday evening at C. Hatton's.
Mrs. S.B. Flagg and daughters spent Sunday and Monday with her mother and sister. This is the first she had been out for over a month, after having the flu.
Mrs. Davey spent Friday with Mrs. M.M. Bahl.
Evelyn Hatton called on Iola Gemmeke Monday p.m..
Mrs. Chas. Bostwick called on Mrs. A. Flagg Monday a.m.
Mrs. F. Hatton and sons Evan and Russell spent Sunday at Loyal with the F. Coryell family.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rohde and son James, and Grandma Rohde spent Friday evening with A.B. Davey and family.
We wonder how pop and apples agree with some folks too well. Ha! Ha!
The sawmill and crew moved to Tioga last week.
Emil Pagelsdorf was a business caller on Evan Hatton.
Mrs. Davey called at C. Hatton's Monday p.m.
The Stafford boys brought out a bunch of cows and young stock to their farm Sunday.
Clark Hatton and S.B. Flagg attended band practice in Greenwood Monday evening.
Frances and Floyd Clintsman are hauling a truckload of milk to the Ice Cream Factory at Neillsville daily.
Mrs. Davey and son spent Sunday with her daughter, Mrs. E. Rohde.
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