News: Hemlock (04 Feb 1926)

Contact: Stan

Surnames: Hays, Einfeldt, Finkle, Vinger, Kanpher, Paschke, Vine, Perman, Hendricks, Welsh, Flikke, Klinke

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (04 Feb 1926)

Ladies Aid will meet with Mrs. R.B. hays on Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 10th.

Edith Einfeldt is on the sick list.

Ed Finkle has his crew out hauling gravel.

Mrs. Viner spent Monday afternoon at the Welsh home.

It is rumored John Kanpher has rented the Gus Paschke farm.

The party at Vine's Saturday night was well attended.

We wish the snowplow would come and open up the roads.

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Dan Perman, a baby boy.

Mrs. Hendricks returned Saturday to her home in Milwaukee, after spending a month with her parents.

There will be a Bible Study Class at the Welsh home Sunday night. Come and bring your Bibles at 7:20.

Glad to see so many out to Sunday School on Sunday. Come again and bring one with you.

Herman Hays is getting along nicely.

Mr. Vinger took a crowed to the basketball game Saturday night at Unity.

We wonder if the Ground Hogg will see his shadow.

Don't forget the bible study at the Welsh home Sunday night at 7:30. Everybody is welcome. Bring your Bible.

Mrs. Welsh spent one afternoon last week at the Viner and Flikke homes.

The Klinke family and Vinger Family spent Sunday night at Loyal.



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