News: Hemlock (21 May 1925)
Surnames: Rand, Krokson, Welsh, Fisher, Gunderson, Webster, Harding, Vinger, Bushman, Scovel, Markee, Campher, Einfeldt, Thompson, Noah, Barnes, Cronin, Flikke, Fradette, Kolstad, Dixon, Devos, Ditton, Rude, Vine, Marek
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (21 May 1925)
Boys get your cow bells ready and listen for the wedding bells.
The Ladies Aid will meet with Mrs. Mattie Rand on Wednesday afternoon, June 10th. Bring you pencils, there will be election of officers.
Those who had company Sunday were Victor Kroksons, Rudes and Rands.
Mr. Welsh is on the sick list.
Mrs. Fisher's brother is staying at the Fisher home.
Harry Gunderson went to Longwood Sunday to play ball.
Mr. Webster called at the Louis Harding home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Vinger and daughter spent Sunday afternoon at the John Bushman home.
Grandma Scovel spent Sunday evening at the Markee home.
Our cheese is now being hauled by the federation.
John Campher left Saturday morning for the southern part of the state for a ten day visit.
Preaching next Friday night. Let's all be there.
Mrs. Einfeldt and Rev. and Mrs. Thompson spent last Friday at Withee.
Mrs. Noah and little daughter spent a few days at the Vine home.
We extend our sympathy to Mr. and Mrs. Barnes in the recent loss of their fathers.
Mrs. John Cronin has returned home from Minneapolis.
Mrs. Rand will leave Wednesday to visit her son Paris and from there she will go to Beloit and Milwaukee.
Mrs. Flikke and children leave this week for a visit to Minnesota to visit her mother and sister.
Mr. Fradette will be our teacher again next year, that will make five years for Mr. Fradette in this school.
Mrs. Welsh, Mrs. Vinger, Mrs. Krokson and Mrs. Kolstad spent Monday afternoon in Greenwood.
Mrs. Dixon and Mrs. Devos spent Monday afternoon at the Rand Home.
Frank Ditton helped Richard Marek stump on Monday.
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