News: Hemlock (28 Jan 1909)


Surnames: Schovil, Limprecht, Smith, Anderson, Warner, Aikens, Smith, Varney, Benjamin, Limprecht, Dodte, Cramer, Lamont, Speich, Halkney, Sorenson

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 28 Jan 1909

Mr. Schovil drove through here Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. Limprecht and family and Jack Smith attended the Woodman oyster supper Tuesday night.

Mrs. M.J. Anderson attended lodge at Longwood Wednesday.

H. Warner and V. Aikens were fox hunting Tuesday. Sport and Topsy were also. They caught, killed, and buried the fox, then ran on for more game while the boys were getting on the scene. They finally found the carcass, "The worse for wear."

Mr. and Mrs. Am Smith, A.L. Varney, Wm. Benjamin and S. Butcher took in the Woodman fun Tuesday night.

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Limprecht went to Curtiss Friday for a few days visit.

Miss Dodte spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Cramer.

Mrs. Lamont and son and Edith Varney of Abbotsford came Thursday to visit their sister.

The Misses Speich visited their brothers Sunday.

Mrs. Martin Anderson attended ladies aid at Mrs. Sorenson's Friday.

Mr. and Mrs. Halkney visited at Mr. Benjamin's Sunday.



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