News: Hemlock (15 Dec 1932)
Surnames: Decker, Peterson, Noah, Flikke, Vine, Finkle, Fraase, Schwartz, Windom, Voie, Kind, Barnes, Jorenby, Vinger, Irvine, Bart, Speich, Haffner, Limprecht, Guk, Bornhagen, Klinke, Hemmersbach, Rossman, Braun, Kolstad
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 15 Dec 1932
Mrs. Theo Decker called on Siama Peterson Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Noah and Laverne spent Sunday with home folks.
Mrs. Theo Decker was a Tuesday morning caller at the Finkle home.
Ted Decker spent Sunday with home folks.
Mrs. Art Fraase and son Harrison called on Mrs. Lester Schwarz Sunday morning.
Hans, Elmer and Otto Windom were Saturday evening callers at the Otto Voie and Kind homes.
The Voie family called at the Otto Kind home Saturday evening.
Emory Voie is slowly improving from the accident he had a week ago Monday. He can now use his arm a little. He is taking treatment of Dr. Barnes at Greenwood.
June Voie is staying at the Henry Jorenby home.
Palmer Vinger called at Carl Peterson's Sunday evening.
Mrs. David Irvine accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Quentin Irvine to Owen to visit Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Irvine.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bart and family visited at the Dave Irvine home Sunday evening.
Jake Speich and Fred Speich of Pittsville spent Sunday afternoon with John Speich.
Pete Haffner called at the Vine home Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Limprecht and family took Mrs. Guk and daughter back to Granton Sunday after an extended visit here with Mrs. Limprecht.
Leonard Vine and family of Rice Lake spent the fore part of the week at the home of Mrs. E. Vine and family and attended the funeral of Clayton Vine at Pleasant Ridge Tuesday with Mrs. Vine and Hugh and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Noah. Clayton Vine was a young man who was helping rebuild the Pleasant Ridge Church and fell from the roof, breaking his neck.
Arvid Bornhagen of Detroit, Mich. Ran into the John Speich truck Saturday afternoon doing much damage to both vehicles.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Klinke and family called at the Hemmersbach and E. Rossman homes Sunday.
Little Kathryn Braun was unable to return to school at Eau Claire after Thanksgiving due to a severe cold.
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Kolstad and Mrs. Markee and Dorothy called at the Krokson home Wednesday.
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