News: Hemlock (24 Jun 1926)

Contact: Stan

Surnames: Vine, Kepke, Boe, Welsh, Kampher, Davis, Scovel, Finkle, Einfeldt, Borgers, Guptil, Rand, Longridge, Krokson, Limprecht, Fisher, Marek, Dakin, Shaw, Withee, Smith

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (24 Jun 1926)

Quite a lot of measles in the neighborhood.

The Vine family spent Sunday at the Kepke home.

The Ladies Aid will meet with Mrs. Henry Boe on Wednesday afternoon, July 14th.

Mrs. Welsh spent Monday afternoon at the Kampher home.

Mrs. Kepke and daughter called at the Welsh home Monday morning.

Mrs. Davis has left the Rob Smith home to work up north with her daughter and son.

Quite a large crowd attended the funeral of Grandma Scovel.

Mr. and Mrs. Welsh spent Friday evening at the Markee and Finkle homes.

The Kepke family will leave this week for their home in Oshkosh.

Mr. and Mrs. Einfeldt and daughter Margaret, Mrs. Borgers and Mrs. Welsh attended the Sunday School convention at Neillsville Friday.

The Ladies Aid of this community held a farewell party on the Guptil family in Greenwood Tuesday afternoon.

Mrs. Rand was called to Roseville to the Paris Rand home as Mable is very sick.

Grace, Gladys and Albert Longridge are spending their vacation at home.

We wonder where all our Sunday School scholars were Sunday. Did you forget? It is every Sunday at the schoolhouse at 10 a.m. Be sure and come next Sunday.

Mrs. Victor Krokson is very ill at this writing.

Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Limprecht spent Sunday picnicking with friends at Riverside.

The Raleigh man was in our neighborhood last week.

Mrs. Ed Fisher is visiting at the Richard Marek home this week.

Mrs. Dakin is visiting relatives and friends at Stevens Point this week.

Mrs. Shaw and Teddy Withee were visiting a few days last week in this neighborhood.



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