News: Hemlock (25 Apr 1935)
Surnames: Dunn, Decker, Polzin, Krokson, Hemmersbach, Markee, Short, Mathias, Thorson, Limprecht, Durst, Schwarze, Brun, Klinke, Speich, Buker, Finkle, Steffen, Markee, Ivey, Gregorich, Hagberg, Schweiger, Braun, Noah, Varney, Kepke, Fricke, Bushnell, Rand
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 25 Apr 1935
Mrs. C. Dunn called at Decker's Tuesday evening.
Phyllis Polzin, Ethel Krokson, Helen and Frieda Hemmersbach spent Sunday afternoon with Nina and Dorothy Markee.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Short of Longwood and Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Mathias of Perkinstown spent Saturday and Sunday at the Abe Thorson home.
Fred Limprecht called at the W. Durst home Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Ewald Schwarze and Donald spent Sunday at Neillsville.
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Brun and family called at Klinke's Wednesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. John Speich and sons spent Sunday at the Geo. F. Buker home.
Ethel Finkle spent Friday at home.
Edward Steffen called on Clarence Markee Sunday evening.
Margaret Ivey spent Saturday afternoon with Thelma Thorson.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Durst and Nina Markee spent Easter at the Durst home.
Mrs. Joe Gregorich and Junior called at the Decker home Saturday.
Mrs. C. Hagberg and Laura and Harlan spent Sunday at the Clarence Dunn home.
Mr. and Mrs. Ewald Schwarze and son called at the Jack Schweiger home near Loyal Sunday evening.
Katherine Braun spent last week at home as an Easter vacation from school at Eau Claire.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Noah and family are moving to the Fred Braun farm in Braun Settlement.
Harvey Schwarze of Bright is employed at the Ewald Schwarze home.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Varney were Sunday dinner guests at the Einfeldt home.
Mrs. H. Kepke and Mrs. T. Decker attended the Easter play at the Reformed church on Sunday evening.
Miss Clara Fricke is visiting at the Rand home.
Mr. and Mrs. Merle Bushnell and daughter called at the Dunn home Sunday afternoon. They are moving to Granton soon.
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