News: Hemlock (21 Mar 1935)
Surnames: Markee, Hemmersbach, Steffen, Busch, Polzin, Decker, Gregorich, Abel, Vine, Rossman, Durst, Steele, Timmler, Humke, Price, Otto, Capes, Windom, Speich, Hagberg, Dunn, Marshall
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 21 Mar 1935
Clarence and Dorothy Markee, Helen Hemmersbach, Ed Steffen and Delbert Busch spent Sunday afternoon with the Polzin young folks.
Mrs. T. Decker and Mrs. J. Gregorich called on Mrs. O. Able and Mrs. H. Vine Monday afternoon.
Mrs. And Mrs. R. Rossman spent Sunday evening with the Durst's.
Edwin Hagberg called at the Dunn home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Steele visited at the home of their daughter at Reseburg Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Timmler and Vera Humke were business callers at Neillsville Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. A. Price is staying at the Vine home to care for Mrs. Vine and the baby.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Markee spent Friday at Owen visiting with their daughters, Mrs. W.G. Otto and Mrs. M. Capes.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Timmler and Hans Windom called at the Marshall home Sunday evening.
Hugh Vine called at the Decker home Monday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Durst and family called at the Timmler home Friday evening.
Seven young folks met at the schoolhouse Saturday afternoon to organize a 4-H Club. They elected officers and set the next meeting date for April 6th. They will be glad to have more join them at that time. The weather was very unfavorable for anyone to be out. The boys seem to be interested in poultry and the girls in sewing. You may choose you favorite projects, however.
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Speich and family helped Bobby Speich celebrate his birthday last Tuesday evening.
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