News: Hemlock (29 Dec 1932)
Surnames: Gregorich, Martin, Stuve, Decker, Kepke, Bart, Irvine, Speich, Buker, Marvin, Noah, Vine, Perme, Tomac, Zeimer, Mikottis, Tubbs, Creviston, Abel. Horn, Limprecht, Durst, Karnitz, Windom, Krokson, Otto, Capes, Noah, Markee, Peterson, Thorson, Lindner, Keller, Klinke, Irvine, Hemmersbach, Haefner, Mikottis, Einfeldt, Poole, Varney, Flikke
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 29 Dec 1932
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gregorich spent Monday afternoon with mr. and Mrs. John Gregorich in Willard.
Charles Martin and family of Woodruff and Helen Stuve of Humbird were visitors at Martin Stuve's Friday.
Gilbert and Otto Decker were Sunday callers at Kepke's.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Bart and family of Owen spent Christmas Day at the D.A. Irvine home.
Mr. and Mrs. John Speich and sons spent Christmas Day with Mrs. Mrs. Speich's father, Mer. Braun and sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. George F. Buker of the West Side. Mrs. Buker returned home with them and spent a few days with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Marvin and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Noah and Laverne, Algie Vine of Milwaukee and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Vine and Eileen of Monroe spent Xmas at the home of their mother, Mrs. E. Vine. The out of town visitors are spending the holiday week at home.
Mrs. Dan Perme and Dragica, Mary Anna and Christina Tomac spent Sunday evening at the Mikottis home.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Zeimer visited at the D.A. Irvine home last Tuesday.
Leona and Eleanor Decker of Stevens Point were Monday callers at the Kepke's.
Martin Stuve and family entertained Mrs. Elizabeth Tubbs, Mr. Andrus, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Creviston of Eau Claire at Christmas dinner. Then the entire company autoed to Humbird to spend the afternoon with relatives there.
Adolph Mikottis and Joe Tomac spent Sunday evening with the Vine spent Sunday evening with Vine boys. Adolph stayed Monday also.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Abel spent Xmas Day with Mrs. Abel's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herr and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Horn spent Xmas day with Mr. Horn's mother, Mrs. Frank Horn in Greenwood.
The Farmer's Union, Warner Local, will meet at the Jake Speich home Jan. 4th. Ladies please bring sandwiches.
Mrs. Fred Limprecht and daughters spent Monday afternoon at the Windom home.
The Walter Durst family spent Xmas Day at the home of Mrs. Durst's mother, Mrs. Karnitz at Neillsville.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Krokson and daughters spent Xmas Day at the V. Krokson home.
Mr. and Mrs. W.G. Otto and little daughter and Mr. and Mrs. G.E. Capes and daughters of Withee spent Xmas with the ladies' parents.
Laverne Noah spent the fore part of last week with her grandmother, Mrs. E. Vine.
Mrs. Durst called at the Carl Peterson home Friday evening. The little folks who had been sick are improving.
Alvin Thorson called at the Darling home Sunday forenoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Decker and Donald spent Christmas at the Otto Decker home.
Mrs. Casper Lindner and Mrs. Gertrude Keller called at the Klinke home Friday afternoon.
Pete Haefner spent part of his Christmas Day at the Vine home.
Mr. Hemmersbach called at the Darling home Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. D.A. Irvine and Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Irvine and Nancy Lee spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Quinton Irvine.
Mary Tomac spent a few days at home.
Martha Mikottis spent Sunday afternoon with Christina Tomac.
Monday dinner guests at the Einfeldt home were Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Varney and Irene, and Mr. and Mrs. George Poole and Lucia. Miss Irene returned to her library duties at Neillsville that afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Limprecht and children spent Friday evening at the Flikke home.
The Hemlock Ladies Aid will meet with Mrs. A.P. Flikke, Wednesday, Jan. 11th.
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