News: Hemlock (14 Feb 1935)


Surnames: Rossman, Polzin, Marek, Tomac, Gregorich, Decker, Braun, Durst, Hansen, Voie, Keller, Klinke, Dunn, Clouse, Timmler, Stapel, Perman, Hagenbarth, Varney, Einfeldt, Reich, Humke, Abel, Newby, Kohlnhofer, Michels, Finkle, Flikke, Schwarze

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 14 Feb 1935

Roy Rossman and Herbert Polzin spent a few days the first of last week at the Richard Marek home in Jefferson, Wis.

Mary Tomac and Mrs. Joe Gregorich called on Mrs. T. Decker Sunday afternoon.

Mrs. Geo. Braun called on Mrs. W. Durst Monday afternoon.

Alice Hansen spent the weekend at the Otto Voie home.

About fifty young folks gathered at the Voie home Sunday evening for a good time before the Voie's leave for their new home near Iola the first of March. All the friends will miss them very much and hope they will find their old friends as eager to see them back as we are sorry to see them go.

Mrs. G. Keller spent the past week at the E.D. Klinke home.

Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Dunn and family called at the Ernest Clouse home Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. F. Timmler and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stapel called at the Geo. Braun home Friday evening.

A few of the neighbors gave Mrs. D. Perman a surprise Wednesday evening in honor of her birthday.

Mr. and Mrs. Hagenbarth and family spent Saturday afternoon at the Otto Voie home.

Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Varney were Sunday dinner guests at the Einfeldt home.

The Homemakers groups are having a combined meeting at the Reich home Thursday afternoon. Everyone is invited.

Mrs. Clarence Dunn called at the Voie home Friday afternoon.

Vera Humke is spending a few weeks with her sister, Mrs. Fred Timmler.

Mr. and Mrs. Otto Abel are the proud parents of a new little son.

R.E. Newby spent Thursday at his farm, occupied by the Voie family at present.

Anna Tomac spent the past week with Barbara Kohlnhofer at the Ed Michels home while Mr. and Mrs. Michels attended the Farm and Home week in Madison.

E.J. Finkle called at A.P. Flikke's Saturday evening.

Arnold Flikke and Floraine Finkle are home from school with measles.

Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Schwarze called at the Ewald Schwarze home Wednesday.

Joe Gregorich called on Ted Decker Thursday afternoon.



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