News: Hemlock (07 Mar 1935)


Surnames: Longridge, Steele, Einfeldt, Reich, Varney, Tomac, Perman, Durst, Markee, Limprecht, Voie, Syverston, Marshall Marek, Thwing, Price, Vine, Clouse, Dunn, Schwarze, Decker, Timmler, Newby, Polzin, Smith

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 07 Mar 1935

The Hemlock Ladies Aid will meet with Mrs. J. Longridge and Mrs. A. Steele at the Longridge home on Wednesday, March 13th.

The Homakers groups meet at the Einfeldt home on Tuesday afternoon and at the Reich home on Thursday afternoon.

Lynn Varney called at the Einfeldt home on Wednesday.

Anna Tomac and Katherine Perman are entertaining the measles this week.

Lavern Durst, Dorothy Markee and Eileen Limprecht are out of school with measles.

Mr. and Mrs. Otto Voie and family moved back to Scandinavia, their former home, and will live with her father, Mr. Syverston.

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Timmler are now occupying the Newby place.

The Polzin family moved onto the Sam Smith place for a few weeks until they can find a permanent place to rent.

The O. Marshall family of southeast of Neillsville have moved onto the R. Marek place and have two boys in school.

Melvin Thwing is on the sick list.

Hilda Price is spending a few days at the Hugh Vine home.

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

Alvin Schwarze was a Friday morning caller at the Ted Decker home.



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