News: Janesville Settlement (28 Mar 1935)
Surnames: Hatton, Arch, Mund, Podobnik, Susa, Clintsman, Rajk, Lamoric, Wright, Bostwick, Drescher, Stanley, Matkovich, Flagg, Krultz, Yartz, Vivoda, Barr, Petranovich, Heber, Gemmeke, Moore, Arch
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 28 Mar 1935
Mr. and Mrs. Evan Hatton have the sympathy of this vicinity in the loss of their infant son.
Louis Arch purchased a new Maytag washer last week.
Norma Mund of Globe spent Sunday with Eva Hatton.
The following spent Sunday evening at the Mide Podobnik home: Mr. and Mrs. Paul Susa and children, the Lamoric young folks and C. Hatton and Don.
Mrs. Floyd Clintsman was operated on for kidney trouble Saturday at St. Joseph's Hospital, Marshfield.
Antoinette Rajk, Fanny Lamoric and Mary Podobnik called on Eva Hatton several evenings last week.
Mrs. Max Wright spent Monday p.m. with Mrs. Chas. Bostwick.
Miss Drescher, Leo Stanley and Louis Matkovich called at C. Hatton's Sunday evening.
Marion Flagg and Mike Krultz Jr. spent Sunday p.m. with Tony Rajk.
Relatives from Kansas are here visiting Mrs. Mary Yartz.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Vivoda visited the home folks in Braun Settlement Thursday.
Joe Vivoda called on his brother Geroge Wednesday.
Don Hatton spent Saturday evening with the Barr boys.
Joe Susa was a business caller in Neillsville Friday.
Mike Petranovich called on Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Vivoda Monday.
Grandma Bostwick called at C. Hatton's and Chas. Bostwick's Wednesday p.m.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Heber and children called at Geo. Gemmeke's one days last week.
Bobby Clintsman is staying with his aunt, Mrs. Chas. Moore while his mother is in the hospital.
Mike Podobnik is busy making maple syrup.
Joe Ozanich, Mike Podobnik and Frank Arch spent one evening last week at C. Hatton's.
Grandma Bostwick called on Mrs. Geo. Duell one day last week.
Floyd Clintsman called on his wife at the Marshfield Hospital Sunday evening and found her as well as can be expected.
Fred Barr's folks are busy repainting the inside of their home.
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