News: Hemlock (11 Jun 1925)

Contact: Stan
Email: stan@wiclarkcountyhistory.org

Surnames: Longridge, Barnes, Calhoun, Windom, Sischo, Flikke, Dakin, Cleveland, Drew, Rossman, Fisher, Welsh, Kepke, Vinger, Behrens, Jackson, Stoller, Limprecht

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (11 Jun 1925)

Mrs. Longridge left Sunday for Sioux City, Iowa to attend the graduation of her daughter Gladys, who is attending school there.

Mr. and Mrs. Barnes spent Sunday at the Calhoun home near Withee.

Windoms had a slight fire in their pump house one day last week. Not much damage done.

The friends and neighbors of this community extend our deepest sympathy to the Sischo family in the recent loss of their son Sydney who was drowned in Black River Friday afternoon.

Mr. and Mrs. Barnes spent Saturday evening at the Windom home.

Mrs. Flikke and children returned home from Vernon County Sunday.

Mrs. Dakin's sister spent Sunday at the latter's home.

Cleveland and drew are painting at the Dakin's home.

Quite a number of men folks from the community attended the federation meeting in Greenwood.

Paul Rossman and family spent Sunday at the Will Rossman home.

Mr. and Mrs. Fisher are entertaining company from Chicago.

Mr. and Mrs. Welsh spent Saturday evening at the Flikke home.

Mrs. Welsh spent Thursday afternoon at the Kepke home.

Sunday school every Sunday at the schoolhouse at 10:00 o'clock. You are welcome.

School begins the 31st of August.

Mrs. Vinger and daughter autoed to Marshfield Monday.

We wonder where our warm weather went to.

Louis Behrens spent Sunday at the Adolph Jackson home.

Freda Stoller spent Saturday afternoon at the Vinger and Dakin home.

Mrs. Limprecht spent one afternoon at the Rossman home.

 

 


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