News: Hemlock (01 Apr 1932)
Surnames: Hall, Stoller, Darling, Culp, Durst, Christie, Thorson, Peterson, Howard, Hall, Behrens, Vinger, Keifer, Boehm, Sheets, Timmler, Wetzel, Currie, Wendt
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 01 Apr 1932
Messrs. C.E. Hall and Jack Stoller were last week Tuesday evening callers of Mr. and Mrs. Philo Darling.
Walter Culp is ill at this writing.
Laverne and Marjory Durst were absent from school last week because of illness.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Christie and family are moving to a farm on the West Side this week.
Alice Mae and Thelma Thorson, Mrs. C.E. Hall, Mrs. P. Darling and A.J. Currie called at the John Stoller home Wednesday.
Harry Thorson spent Tuesday night of last week at the John Wendt home.
Mrs. J.F. Stoller called at the P.E. Peterson, Howard and Hall homes last week Tuesday.
The Hemlock Ladies Aid will meet with Mrs. Alex Behrens April 14th on Thursday instead of the usual Wednesday. Everyone please bring thimbles and embroidery needles.
Messrs. Palmer and Victor Vinger and Mrs. Philo Darling called at the John Stoller home Sunday and Philo Darling was a Monday caller.
J.F. Stoller and son were Unity callers Friday p.m.
Frieda, John and Lois Stoller called on the Thorson children Sunday.
Mrs. Jack Stoller called on Mrs. Jack Keifer Monday.
Mrs. Abe Thorson, Harry and Eleanor motored to Edgewood, Iowa last week where Eleanor will remain with her sister, Mrs. F. Boehm, indefinitely.
Abe Thorson and Carl Sheets were Friday callers at John Stoller's and Eleanor Christie spent the night there.
Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Vinger and family, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Vinger of Staley were Sunday callers of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Keifer.
Ed Timmler of Neillsville called on Mr. and Mrs. Philo Darling Saturday p.m. and Otto Wetzel caller there Sunday.
Mrs. J.F. Stoller called on Mrs. Philo Darling Friday and Sunday.
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