News: Hemlock (14 Jan 1926)

Contact: Stan

Surnames: Varney, Einfeldt, Markee, Christie, Acker, Welsh, Steffen, Vine, Smith, Vinger, Fradette, Flikke, Dakin, Hays, Longridge, Busch, Boe, Rude, Lewis, Dyre, Otto, Hewey

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (14 Jan 1926)

We, the members of the Aid, friends and neighbors of this community, extend our heartfelt sympathy to the Einfeldt and Varney families in the recent loss of their loved one.

Mr. Otto and Etta Markee spent Sunday afternoon at the Hewey home.

The Floyd Christie family spent Sunday afternoon at the Paul Acker home.

Mrs. Welsh spent a few days at the Einfeldt home.

Gerald Steffen has been entertaining the mumps, but is better at this writing.

Hugh and Ben Vine left last week with their brother Algie for Milwaukee, where they will work for the winter.

Mark Smith is getting along nicely.

Mrs. Victor Vinger has been spending a few days at the Palmer Vinger home.

Mr. Fradette, Palmer Vinger and Victor Vinger spent a few days at Rockford attending the insurance convention.

The snow plow went by here one day last week.

Little Bernice Flikke is on the sick list.

Mrs. Dakin is enjoying a visit from her brother.

Herman Hays was taken to the hospital at Prairie du Chien for treatments for rheumatism.

Mr. Longridge, who was hurt while working at the gravel pit, is getting along nicely at this writing.

The Busch family had company Sunday.

Glad to see so many out to Sunday School on Sunday. Come again.

Mr. and Mrs. Boe spent Sunday on the West side with their daughter Hazel.

We are having some more snow for the plow to get rid of.

Mrs. Rude and children returned home last week.

Mr. Lewis called at the Welsh home one day last week.

Mr. Dyre is at the Farmers Bank on Saturday to take your taxes.



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