News: Hemlock (29 Nov 1934)
Surnames: Loppnow, Mingel, Dunn, Olson, Holt, Speich, Buker, Herr, Braun, Bauer, Klinke, Varney, Einfeldt, Thwing, Bayuk, Ehlert, Karnitz, Durst, Arp, Bishop, Allard, Limprecht, Mikottis, Gregorich, Kepke, Decker, Perman, Bushnell, Magee, Brady, Guh, Vesel, Mills, Bance, Eckhardt, Flikke, Schwarze Longridge, Braun, Phillips, Baldwin, Windom, Tomac, Stowe
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 29 Nov 1934
John Loppnow and Bert Mingel of Loyal, and John Mingel of Wibaux, Mont. called at Clarence Dunn’s Thursday.
Mrs. O. Olson and son Oluf, Mrs. Albert Holt and two children of Neillsville spent Sunday at the Ewald Schwarze home.
Mr. and Mrs. John Speich and sons spent Sunday at the Geo. F. Buker home.
Delores Herr spent Sunday night with the Wernimont girls.
Bernice and Marie Braun and Louis Bauer had Sunday dinner with the E.D. Klinke family.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Varney spent Sunday afternoon at Einfeldt's.
Melvin Thwing is on the sick list.
Sunday guests at the Otis Stowe home included Leland and Clyde Ehlert, Dorothy Palms, Joe Bauk and Harley Vine.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Karnitz and sons of Neillsville spent Sunday at the Walter Durst home.
Charles Arp is making cheese at the Hemlock Cheese Factory while Mr. Durst is enjoying a hunting outing near Phillips.
Mrs. Einfeldt called on Mabel Bishop and Mrs. A.J. Allard Wednesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Limprecht were Marshfield callers Saturday p.m.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Mikottis called at the Tomac-Gregorich home Sunday.
Mrs. A. Kepke and Donald Decker called at the Perman home Sunday.
Sunday guests at the Dunn home were Mr. and Mrs. Merle Bushnell and Duane of the West Side, and Edith and Elizabeth Einfeldt.
The Magee boys have returned to their father's home.
Mr. and Mrs. Louie Brady of Granton spent Sunday at the Fred Limprecht home. Elda Guh, who has been there for a few weeks, returned to her home in Granton with them.
Mr. and Mrs. Perman and Margaret and Mary Tomac were Sunday dinner guests at the J. Vesel home.
Herbert Mills, Wm. Bance and Percy Eckhardt of Viroqua were callers at the A.P. Flikke home Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Schwarze are helping at the John Longridge home while Lloyd and Emmett are hunting near Hayward.
The young folks of this community enjoyed a party at the Dick Braun home Friday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Phillips and Mrs. Baldwin of Owen and Lindo, Elmer and Otto Windom called at the Kepke-Decker home Friday evening.
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