News: Hemlock (10 Jan 1935)
Surnames: Stowe, Dunn, Clouse, Durst, Karnitz, Windom, Flikke, Meinhardt, Decker, Klinke, Perman, Mikottis, Tomac, Vine, Syth, Kepke, Voie, Bostwick, Einfeldt, Polzin, Ehlert, Thwing, Able, Schweiger, Smith, Herr, Stafford, Hewey, Worden, Hemmersbach, Braun, Reich, Dittner, Schwarze
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 10 Jan 1935
Clara Stowe is staying at the E. Dittner home in Greenwood during the cold weather.
Lila Dunn visited at the Ernest Clouse home a couple days last week.
Louis Durst spent several days last week with his cousin, Kenneth Karnitz, in Neillsville.
Helen Windom and two brothers spent Sunday evening at the A.P. Flikke home.
Norman Meinhardt spent New Year's afternoon and was a supper guest at the Ted Decker home.
Frank and Al Klinke, Victor Perman, John and Joe Mikottis spent Sunday afternoon with Lawrence Stowe.
Stanco Mikottis, Joe Tomac and Chester Vine left Sunday evening for C.C.C. camps.
Mr. A. Syth called at Stowe's Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mikottis and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Perman called at the Decker-Kepke home New Year's night.
Mr. and Mrs. Voie called at the Flikke home New Year's afternoon.
Jason Bostwick sawed wood for Geo. Einfeldt Monday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Durst and family called at the Polzin home Thursday.
Clara and Lawrence Stowe spent Thursday and Friday with their aunt, Mrs. Albert Ehlert, in Coxie.
Harold Stowe spent Sunday with his uncle Ralph Thwing.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Schweiger and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Smith were Thursday evening callers at the Ewald Schwarze home.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Vine and Chester Vine spent Sunday at the Ed Abel home.
Mr. and Mrs. E.D. Klinke and little daughters called at the Albert Herr home Sunday afternoon.
Ralph Thwing of Coxie spent New Year's Day with his sister, Mrs. Otis Stowe.
Lorraine and Lucille Klinke spent Saturday afternoon with Margaret Einfeldt.
Bethel Stafford was a Sunday guest of Margaret Einfeldt's.
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Stowe called at the Chas. Hewey home Thursday.
The Worden baby has been quite ill the past week.
The Voie young folks spent New Year's night with the Hemmersbach young folks.
Mr. and Mrs. E.D. Klinke called at the Dick Braun home Monday forenoon to see the new niece which arrived at the Braun home Sunday.
Mrs. W. Reich has started an adult education class in Home Economics for the women of our community.
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