News: Hemlock (31 Jan 1935)
Surnames: Voie, Braun, Durst, Gregorich, Decker, Humke, Timmler, Stowe, Syth, Markee, Vine, Mikottis, Ditton, Hemmersbach, Thwing, Polzin, Rossman, Einfeldt, Perman, Spencer, Speich, Herr
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 31 Jan 1935
The Hemlock Ladies Aid will meet with Mrs. Otto Voie, Wednesday, Feb. 6th. Not the date, Feb 6th.
The Hemlock P.T.A. will meet at the schoolhouse Tuesday evening, Feb. 5th.
Mrs. Geo. Braun and Verna Mae called on Mrs. W. Durst Friday.
Mrs. Joe Gregorich called on Mrs. Decker one afternoon last week.
Vera Humke spent the past week with her sister, Mrs. Fred Timmler.
Harold Stowe, who is employed at the Arleigh Syth home, visited at home a week ago Sunday.
The Markee young folks spent Thursday evening at the Voie home.
Clara Stowe spent Sunday at the Hugh Vine home.
Neighbors gave Mrs. Jos. Mikottis a very pleasant birthday party Friday evening.
A large group of young folks spent Sunday evening with Frank Ditton.
Mrs. Durst called on Mrs. Polzin Monday afternoon.
The Humke and Hemmersbach young folks spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Timmler.
Melvin Thwing spent the weekend in Coxie.
Mrs. Herbert Polzin called on Mrs. Otto Voie Sunday morning.
Mrs. Spencer and Mrs. R. Rossman called on Mrs. Durst Monday p.m.
Edith Einfeldt and Anna Tomac called at Markee's Sunday afternoon. Elizabeth Einfeldt spent the afternoon at Perman's.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Timmler and Vera Humke spent Saturday evening at Neillsville.
Mrs. John Speich and sons called at the Albert Herr home Sunday afternoon.
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