News: Hemlock (05 Jan 1933)
Surnames: Einfeldt, Voie, Irvine, Mikottis, Tomac, Haefner, Sischo, Vine, Abel, Helwig, Herr, Stuve, Durst, Speich, Braun, Windom, Gregorich, Bredesen, Mattes, Keller, Klinke, Noah, Marvin, Steffen, Shields, Afkend, Schiller, Gauger, Hoehne, Haeuser, Gullord, Fuhlbrigge, Barr, Brauneis, Shaw, Sturtz, Perman
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 05 Jan 1933
Elizabeth Einfeldt called on Vivian Voie Saturday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Irvine spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Irvine at owen.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Mikottis called on Mr. and Mrs. Peter Tomac Sunday.
Jerome and Myra Voie of Longwood visited at the Otto Voie home a few days last week while Miss Olive visited at the John Voie home at Longwood.
Peter Haefner and Ruth Sischo called at the Vine home Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Vine and Eileen returned to Monroe Monday after a week's visit here at their mother's home, Mrs. E. Vine and Mrs. S. Sturtz. Miss Ruth Sischo accompanied them as far as Hixton, where she is employed.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Abel and little son spent New Year's Day at the A. Herr home.
Mr. Karl Helwig of Waupaca and John and Franklin Stuve of Humbird were at Martin Steve's Monday and Tuesday butchering.
Margaret Einfeldt and Katherine Perman called on Marjorie Durst Saturday afternoon.
Bobby Speich spent a week at the home of his aunt, Mrs. Geo. F. Braun of the West Side. Mr. and Mrs. John Speich and John D. called there Sunday and Bobby returned home with them.
Robert Braun of the east Side spent Sunday with his cousin, Frank Klinke.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Voie and family were visitors at the Windom home Thursday evening.
Stanislaw Mikottis called on Joe Gregorich Sunday evening.
Mrs. Walter Irvine and Nancy Lee spent last Tuesday with Mrs. Leo Bredesen.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Vine and Eileen, Mrs. Vine, sons, Ben and Algie and granddaughter Laverne Noah were Thursday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Able's.
H. Mattes of Reseburg was a business caller at Albert Herr's Monday.
Richard Keller and daughter Lucy of Dorchester were Sunday guests at the Klinke home.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Noah and Lavern, Mr. and Mr.s Alfred Marvin, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Vine and Eileen, Gerald Steffen, Stanco and Adolph Mikottis…
Mr. Hiram Shields was taken to St. Joseph's Hospital at Marshfield Saturday for medical treatement.
Mrs. Martin Afkend and daughter Ruby are visiting relatives at Blanchardville.
Mrs. J. Schiller of Neillsville spent yesterday here visiting at the home of her son, T.F. Schiller and family.
Mr. and Mrs. A.H. Gauger and children of Marshfield were visitors at the Geo. Hoehne home Monday.
Mrs. Geo. Haeuser spent from Saturday until yesterday with relatives and friends at Janesville.
Mrs. P.W. Gullord spent several days of last week visiting relatives at Marshfield.
Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Gullord entertained at a 7 o'clock dinner at their home on New Year's Eve, complimentary to Dr. and Mrs. Fuhlbrigge. Covers were laid for twelve.
Mr. and Mrs. A.C. Barr and Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Brauneis Jr. and family spent New Year's Day at the Ray Shaw home at Lindsey.
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