News: Hemlock (20 May 1926)
Surnames: Hays, Bickell, Smith, Braun, Finkle, Vinger, Welsh, Krokson, Dakin, Marek, Adams, Limprecht, Windom, Rolland, McGee, Thorson, Rude, Erickson
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (20 May 1926)
The Ladies Aid will meet with Mrs. R. Hays on Wednesday afternoon, June 9th. Election of officers bring your pencils.
Rev. Bickell will close his meetings Tuesday night.
Rob Smith, Sam and Mark Smith spent Sunday with their sister in Loyal.
Mrs. Geo. Braun's little daughter, who in in Milwaukee, is reported better at this writing.
The Finkle family were out car riding Sunday.
Listen for the wedding bells.
Mrs. Vinger and Mrs. Welsh spent Saturday afternoon at the Victor Krokson home.
Leona Thorson has been in this vicinity visiting since Friday.
Glad to see so many out to Sunday School on Sunday. Come again. Your are welcome.
School will close this week with a picnic.
Bibly Study class will soon start again. Watch for the date.
Vivian Vinger spent Saturday with the Dakin girls.
Mrs. Dakin and three children spent Saturday with the Dakin girls.
Mrs. Dakin and three children spent Sunday afternoon at the Richard Marek home.
Our mail man is riding around the route with a new sedan.
The Adams family and quite a number of other families in this vicinity attended preaching at the West Beaver Chapel.
The Missionary Society of the M.E. Church in Greenwood will meet Thursday in the church. All ladies interested in the work are welcome to these meetings once a month at the church, the 3rd Thursday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Limprecht Jr. are moving into the Windom house.
Helen Windom visited school Monday afternoon.
Mrs. Rolland and 2 children and Mrs. McGee of Chicago are spending a few weeks at the George Rude home.
Mrs. V. Krokson will take Mrs. Rolland and children, Mrs. McGee, Mrs. George Rude and son Victor to visit at the Tom Erickson home today.
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