News: Hemlock (14 Mar 1935)
Surnames: Reich, Einfeldt, Polzin, Hemmersbach, Timmler, Markee, Frase, Krokson, Perman, Kepke, Decker, Dunn, Hagberg, Thwing, Stowe, Karnitz, Durst, Steele, Longridge, Flikke, Decker, Horn, Tanner, Rossman, Marshall, Ditton, Ehlert, Elton, Marvin, Vine, Noah, Gregorich, Missling, Enockson, Dyre, Thorson, Tomac
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 14 Mar 1935
The homemakers group meets with Mrs. W. Reich on Thursday this week. Next week they will meet at the Einfeldt home on Tuesday afternoon.
Phyllis Polzin, Helen and Frieda Hemmersbach called on Mrs. Fred Timmler and Dorothy Markee Sunday afternoon.
Charlotte and Gloria Mae Frase called on Helen Krokson Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Perman, Victor and Margaret spent Sunday afternoon at the Kepke-Decker home.
Mrs. Dunn and Harold and Lila were Sunday callers at the Mrs. C. Hagberg's at Atwood.
Myron Thwing of Stanley called at the Otis Stowe home thus
Melvin Thwing has the chicken pox.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Karnitz of Neillsville called at the W. Durst home Sunday.
Mrs. A. Steele called on Mrs. John Longridge Friday afternoon.
The 500 Club met at the Flikke home Friday evening.
Ted Decker spent several days last week in Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Horn and Rudy Tanner spent Sunday at the Mrs. Louisa Horn home in Greenwood.
Mrs. R. Rossman and Mrs. W. Durst called on Mrs. Marshall Monday afternoon.
Joe Mikottis and Frank Ditton called at the Kepke home Thursday evening.
Wm. Thwing and Albert Ehlert called at the Stowe home Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Elton called at the Flikke home Tuesday afternoon as they were leaving for their new home at Viroqua.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Marvin and son, Mrs. E. Vine, Mrs. E. Noah and Betty called at the Hugh Vine home one day last week.
Martha and Anna Mikottis, Edith and Elizabeth Einfeldt spent Sunday afternoon with the Tomac girls.
Joe Gregorich called on Ted Decker Friday evening.
Harold Stowe spent Sunday at home. Herbert Missling is the new patrolman in this community.
Mr. and Mrs. Enockson and sons called at the Oscar Dyre home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Thorson and family are occupying the former Hays house. The Neighbors are happy to have them back in the community. The school children are glad to welcome Thelma, Alice Mae and Donald.
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