News: Hemlock (17 Dec 1925)
Surnames: Vinger, Lindner, Sloniker, Rossman, Hayes, Wetzel, Dakin, Einfeldt, Barnes, Perman, Welsh, Bragger, Horn, Windom, Finkle, rude, Smith, Markee, Davis, Steffen, Krokson
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (17 Dec 1925)
Palmer Vinger and wife drove to Eau Claire Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Vinger attended the birthday party at the Lindner home Sunday evening.
Palmer Vinger had professional business at Colby Monday.
Vingers spent Sunday at the Ross Sloniker home.
Elmer Rossman came home from the hospital last week.
Herman Hays is better at this writing.
Wilma Hays spent Friday night with Esther Wetzel.
Those from this vicinity who attended the Bazaar at the M.E. Church Friday evening were Mrs. Welsh, Mrs. Vinger, Mrs. Hays and son Jim and daughter Wilma, Mrs. Dakin and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Einfeldt and family.
Mr. Barnes and Mr. Perman helped Mr. welsh butcher Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bragger and family, Bill Horn, Christ Windom spent Sunday at the Barnes home.
Finkles and Rudes entertained company Sunday.
The Xmas program will be at the schoolhouse Friday night, Dec. 18th. Come and bring the children to see Santa Claus.
Ladies Aid will meet with Mrs. Harry Smith on Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 13th. You are welcome.
Sunday school at the schoolhouse every Sunday at 10:00 a.m.
There will be no preaching until after new Year's.
Preaching at West Beaver Chapel next Sunday afternoon at 3:30. Come and bring your friends. Mr. Borchardt will preach.
Mrs. Markee spent Friday afternoon with Mrs. Ernest Krokson and Saturday afternoon at the Finkle home.
Mrs. Finkle is on the sick list.
Mr. and Mrs. Rude expect to spend Xmas in Chicago.
Mrs. Calvin Davis is keeping house for rob Smith this winter.
Edward Steffen called at the Welsh home Saturday a.m.
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