News: Hemlock (18 Mar 1926)
Surnames: Busch, Smith, Kampher, Finkle, Rude, Tomac, Vine, Stoller, Fradette, Vinger, Welsh, Flikke, Markee, Dakin
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (18 Mar 1926)
We wonder how Fred Busch and Harry Smith like to be dumped out in the snow.
We wish the snow plow would go through again and open up the roads.
John Kampher drove to Neillsville Friday.
The cheese meeting was held Thursday night instead of Tuesday night. The same officiers were re-elected, Geo. Rude, President, Edwin Finkle, Sec. & Treas.
Owing to the storm Sunday there was no Sunday school.
Thos who are entertaining the mumps are Mary Tomac, Harley Vine, Delbert Busch, Mr. Jack Stoller, frieda and Lois.
Jim Fradette is staying at the Vinger home.
Mrs. Welsh and Mrs. Vinger spent Saturday afternoon at the Flikke home.
Quite a number of the children in this vicinity attended the show in Greenwood Saturday afternoon.
We were all glad to see the snow plow go through on the main road Monday.
Bible Study Class next Sunday night at the Chas. Markee home come and bring your Bibles.
Milk must be in the factory at 9:00 in the winter and 8:00 in the summer. Please observe these rules.
Etta Markee is working for Huntzickers, south of town.
George Rude is on the sick list.
Geo. Dakin is working for Sam Smith. Sam is on the sick list.
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