News: Hemlock (30 Apr 1925)

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Surnames: Flikke, Tomlinson, Welsh, Behrens, Scovel, Markee, Viner, Dakins, Tomac, Hay, Smith, Acker, Krokson, Huse, Marek, Abjul, Kepke

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (30 Apr 1925)

The Ladies Aid will meet at the Art Flikke home Wednesday afternoon, May 18th.

Ray Tomlinson preached for us last Saturday night.

Preaching at the schoolhouse May 8th.

Mrs. Welsh spent one afternoon at the Behrens and Kepke home.

Grandma Scovel is taying at the Welsh home.

Mrs. Welsh, Grandma Scovel and Mrs. Markee spent Monday at the Merrill home.

Mrs. Vinger and daughter are visiting at Whitewater.

Mr. Dakins had the misfortune to lose a horse.

John and Joe Tomac came home from Michigan last week.

Wilma Hay is home with her folks.

Mrs. Sam Smith came home last week.

Rob Smith tipped over with a load of hay Monday in front of Walter Acker's.

We extend our sympathy to Mrs. Ernest Krokson in the recent loss of her sister.

The Tony Huse family of Loyal spent Sunday at the Richard Marek home.

The Missionary Society will meet at the Welsh home unless further stated.

The Cheese Federation meeting at the Hemlock Factory Friday evening was a success and out of the 24 patrons present there were 24 in favor.

Palmer Vinger had professional business at Stratford one day last week.

Vingers spent Sunday at the Abjul home near Loyal.

 

 


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