News: Hemlock (29 Oct 1925)
Surnames: Bushman, Vinger, Butcher, Windom, Limprecht, Kepke, Beil, Danielson, Finkle, Welsh, Dakin, Krokson, Meinhardt, Rand, Barnes, Longridge
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (29 Oct 1925)
John Bushman and family spent Sunday at Vinger's.
Palmer Vinger had professional business at Medford Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Vinger drove to Chippewa Friday.
Mr. H.C. Butcher of Milwaukee spent from Thursday until Saturday at the Windom home.
Ladies Aid will meet with Mrs. Limprecht on Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 11th.
There was a cheese meeting at the factory Monday night.
The Ladies Aid and friends and neighbors held a farewell on Mr. and Mrs. Kepke at their home on Saturday night. A large crowd was in attendance. The Ladies Aid presented Mrs. Kepke with a Silver Jelly server.
Quite a large crowd at the Kepke auction.
Mr. Beil, who lives on the Danielson place, is hauling cheese to our factory.
Ed Finkle called at the Welsh home Monday a.m.
Mrs. Welsh spent Monday afternoon at the Vinger home.
Mrs. Dakin and son autoed to Loyal Saturday afternoon.
Ernest Krokson is in the market for a horse, having lost his a few weeks ago.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Meinhardt and son Milton and daughter Julia were visiting their old friends in Hemlock for a few days last week.
Quite a snowstorm we had Saturday night.
Limprecht's have installed the Kohler light plant.
Mrs. Fred Limprecht Jr. left Sunday for a few weeks visit with relatives and friends at Lynn, Wis.
Mrs. Rand is spending a few days with her son Paris at Rosendale, Wis.
Barnes' are entertaining company.
Lloyd Longridge was rabbit hunting Sunday.
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