News: Hemlock (22 Dec 1932)


Surnames: Voie, Scheel, Dudei, Schwarze, Longridge, Kind, Strommen, Mason, Gregorich, Kepke, Decker, Horn, Tanner, Durst, Gorwitz, Barton, White Klinke, Phillippi, Baldwin, Cronin, Busch, Markee, Carteron, Rand, Behrens

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 22 Dec 1932

Jerome Voie of Longwood spent Sunday with Emory Voie.

Ernest Scheel of Stevens Point and Ben Dudei of Neillsville had dinner with the Durst family Wednesday.

George Schwarze called at the Longridge home Sunday a.m.

Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kind spent Sunday afternoon at Otto Voie's.

Mrs. Art Strommen has been vesting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Mason, for the past two weeks.

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gregorich were Thursday evening callers at the Kepke-Decker home.

Rudy Tanner spent Sunday afternoon at the Otto Voie home.

Relatives and neighbors of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Horn gave them a very pleasant surprise Friday evening to remind them of their fifteen wedding anniversary.

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Durst and family spent Sunday evening at Otto Voie's.

Mr. Gorwitz of Oshkosh was a Tuesday caller at Kepke's.

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Barton and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence White of Christie called at the Klinke home Sunday afternoon.

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Phillippi, Beverly Jean and Dale Baldwin took supper at Kepke's Sunday.

Emory Voie was a caller at Elmer Rossman's Monday morning.

John Cronin had wood sawyers Monday.

Hazel and Evelyn Strommen spent Sunday at the C.A. Mason home.

Otto Voie had the wood sawyers Saturday.

The Hemlock School plan to present their Christmas program Thursday evening at the schoolhouse. All friends are welcome.

Delbert Busch and Clarence Markee spent Wednesday evening with Emory Voie.

Mr. and Mrs. Vivian Carteron spent Sunday afternoon at the Otto Schwarze home.

Mrs. Mattie Rand is spending the week at the home of her son Paris.

Miss Lucille Behrens, who is attending teachers college at Eau Claire, is spending her holidays at home.



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