News: Hemlock (21 Oct 1926)

Contact: Stan

Surnames: Limprecht, Stoller, Welsh, Flikke, Behrens, Markee, Borger, Gordee, Capes, Tomac, Noetzel

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (21 Oct 1926)

The Ladies Aid will meet with Mrs. Laura Limprecht on Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 13th.

Mrs. Stoller is on the sick list.

Mrs. Welsh spent Monday afternoon at the Flikke home.

The Einfeldt children are better at this writing.

Lucille Behrens and Nina Markee called at the Welsh home Saturday, Nina is taking music lessons from Mrs. Borger.

There was no milk hauled to the factory Wednesday. Ask the cheesemaker about it.

Preaching at the schoolhouse Friday night. You are welcome.

Silo filling is almost done in this vicinity.

The Flikke family spent Sunday afternoon at the Gordee home.

Mr. and Mrs. Capes spent Sunday at the Markee home.

We wish the sun would shine again.

Missionary meeting at the Greenwood M.E. Church Thursday afternoon. All women interested are invited.

Three of the Tomac children spent Sunday afternoon with Arnold Flikke.

A.H. Wetzel sells 30 x 3 1/2 heavy duty tubes at $1.85 while they last. Get one. Other tubes proportionately lower.



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