News: Hemlock (07 Apr 1938)

Contact: stan@wiclarkcountyhistory.org 

Surnames: Bailey, Herr, Roohr, Pabich, Behrens, Durst, Jackson, Karnitz, Metcalf, Longridge, Abel, Dunn, Bushman, Rossman, Weideman, Einfeldt

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (07 Apr 1938)

Mr. and Mrs. Hurley Bailey of West McHenry, Ill. spent from Wednesday to Saturday with their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Herr.

Mrs. John Roohr and Gerald and Harold spent Saturday night with Geo. Pabich home.

Mrs. Alex Behrens was royally surprised Sunday in honor of her birthday when Miss Irma Behrens, R.N., Eau Claire, Lillian Behrens and friend of Menomonie, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Behrens and family of Longwood, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Behrens of Greenwood and Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Jackson and family of Longwood came to spend the day.

Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Durst and family called at the Ed Karnitz home in Neillsville Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Metcalf and children spent Sunday afternoon at the John Longridge home.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Abel spent Sunday with the Otto Abel family.

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dunn of Eau Claire called on relatives here Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. John Bushman and sons called at the Herr home Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Rossman called at the Elmer Rossman home north of Loyal Friday afternoon.

Irene Weideman is reported as gaining slowly now. Friends are glad to hear that.

Hemlock Aid will meet with Mrs. Geo. Einfeldt Wednesday, April 13th. There will be 4 C;s for lunch. Guess? Come and see. Come prepared to tear carpet rags.

 

 


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