News: Hemlock (04 Apr 1935)


Surnames: Marvin, Herr, Abel, Noah, Vine, Lulloff, Marshall, Liebzeit, Durst, Longridge, Stowe, Thwing, Flikke, Markee, Windom, Kohlnhofer, Hemmersbach, Spencer, Berrett, Schwarze, Einfeldt, Speich,

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 04 Apr 1935

Alfred Marvin, Francis and Joe Herr, Ed Abel, Ed Noah helped Harley Vine move Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. Art Lulloff, and family of Donald, Wis. Called at the Spencer home on Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. O. Marshall called at Durst's Tuesday evening.

Mr. and Mrs. Liebzeit called at the John Longridge home Friday evening.

Chester Vine returned home from C.C.C. Camp Saturday. Harley Vine and Clara Stowe met him at Abbotsford.

Melvin Thwing is on the sick list.

Mrs. W. Durst called at the Markee home Sunday afternoon.

Mr. and Mrs. A.P. Flikke and family spent Sunday afternoon at the Windom home.

Harold and Lawrence Stowe called in Coxie Sunday.

Barbara Kohlnhofer and Frieda Hemmersbach spent Sunday with the Herr girls.

Mrs. Spencer called on Mrs. Durst Monday.

W.E. Thwing and son Henry and Verland Berrett called at Stowe's Monday.

Listen for wedding bells to ring soon.

Mrs. Ewald Schwarze called at Einfeldt's Sunday afternoon.

Mr. and Mrs. John Speich called at the Geo. Braun home Sunday p.m.

Oat hay and straw for sale - George Einfeldt.



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