News: Hemlock (16 Aug 1934)
Surnames: Markee, Stowe, Mikottis, Vine, Mattery, Abel, Raatz, Tomac, Bauer, Speich, Schwarze, Olson, Price, Ehlert, Flikke, Durst, Windom, Hemminger, Limprecht, Decker, Dunn, Hattery, Brade, Arp, Anderson, Perman, Thwing
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 16 Aug 1934
Miss Nina Markee is a patient at the Luther Hospital in Eau Claire.
Mrs. Otis Stowe, Lila, Dunn, Martha and Ana Mikottis and Harley Vine called at the Ralph Mattery home Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Abel and son were Sunday dinner guests at the Frank Abel home.
Robert Raatz of Abbotsford called at the Stowe home Monday.
Mary Tomac is employed at the Edwin Bauer home near Loyal.
Mr. and Mrs. John Speich and sons spent Sunday evening at the Jake Speich home.
Mrs. Ewald Schwarze and son Donald spent Friday at Neillsville with Mrs. Schwarze's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Olson.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Vine spent Friday evening with the Aug. Price family in Atwood.
Clara Stowe spent Wednesday afternoon at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Albert Ehlert, in Coxie.
Mr. and Mrs. A.P. Flikke and family spent Thursday evening at the Durst home.
Miss Nelda Windom is visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs. Mary Hemminger, at Holcombe.
Mrs. Fred Limprecht is on the sick list.
Donald Decker spent Saturday with his grandparents, the Kepke's.
Lila Dunn spent Saturday with her aunt, Mrs. Ernest Clouse.
Clara Stowe helped Mrs. Ralph Hattery a couple of days last week. Mr. Stowe and Harold called there Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Brade of Granton spent Sunday at the Limprecht home.
Mrs. Elizabeth Vine spent a few days last week with the Hugh Vine family.
Emil Arp of Coxie called at Otis Stowe's Thursday.
Art Anderson called at the Abel home Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Ewald Schwarze and Donald spent Sunday at the Jack Schweiger home.
Hilda Price of Atwood spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Hugh Vine.
A Cement silo was erected on the Dan Perman farm last week.
W. E. Thwing and son Henry spent Tuesday evening at the Otis Stowe home.
Mr. and Mrs. A.P. Flikke and family called at the Fred Limprecht home Sunday evening.
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