News: Hemlock (07 Oct 1926)
Surnames: Limprecht, Hays, Johnson, Putman, Markee, Finkle, Rude, Hium, Flikke, Windom, Vine, Welsh, Stoller, Adams, Guptil, Crandall, Currie, Rossman, Householder, Varney, Carteron
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (07 Oct 1926)
Ladies Aid will meet with Mrs. Fred Limprecht Sr. on Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 13th. Bring your pencils.
A few of the Ladies Aid and children spent Saturday afternoon at the Hays home. The occasion was Mrs. Hays' birthday and she received many beautiful gifts. We wish Mrs. Hays many more such birthdays.
Miss Dorothy Johnson was married Saturday night to Ivan Putman of Humbird. Congratulations to these young people.
Etta Markee is on the sick list.
The Finkle children are getting better.
Edwin Finkle spent Sunday at the George Rude home.
Herman Hium of the West Side spent Sunday at the Flikke home.
The Windom Bros. spent Sunday evening at the Flikke home.
Algie Vine is staying at home with his parents.
Threshing and silo filling are the orders of the day.
Mrs. Welsh spent Friday at the Finkle home.
Evelyn Stoller, Marian Adams, and Joe Adams brought home prizes from the Neillsville fair.
The Guptil family spent a week or two at the Adams' home.
Well we sure enjoy the sunshine these days.
Rev. Crandall of Black River Falls spent one afternoon at the Welsh home.
Dr. Currie awas called to the Finkle and Stoller home last week. They both are having a sick cow.
Mrs. Welsh attended the pound party on the new minister at the parsonage a week ago Wednesday night.
Will Rossman and Art Flikke had a crew of men cutting corn.
Rev. Householder of Greenwood M.E. Church will preach at the school house Friday night. Let's all come out and give him a royal welcome.
Silo filling is the order of the day.
We hope the rain is over for a while.
Mr. Varney was painting at the schoolhouse Saturday.
Everybody come to the Hemlock schoolhouse Friday night.
Mr. Carteron was buying stock to ship Monday.
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