News: Hemlock (11 Oct 1934)


Surnames: Kepke, Decker, Windom, Bart, Dunn, Stowe, Magee, Thwing, Walter, Durst, Gordee, Hium, Flikke, Hemmersbach, Voie, Clouse, Einfeldt, Tomac, Mikottis, Emberson Polzin, Markee, Irvine, Worden, Shanks, Speich, Palms, Smith, Lindner, Klinke, Braun, Bushnell, Vine, Schwarze, Price

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 11 Oct 1934

The Hemlock folks wish to express to Mrs. Kepke and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Decker their sympathy in the loss of the husband and father, Henry Kepke. All will miss him much as we go about daily duties, a neighbor who was a real neighbor.

Nelda Windom spent a few days with Mrs. Kepke.

Mrs. Theo. Decker was able to be out Sunday and came with her sons to spend a few days with her mother, Mrs. Kepke.

Virginia Bart of Owen spent Saturday with Lila Dunn.

Mr. and Mrs. Otis Stowe and sons Melvin, Harold and Lawrence, and Harold, Russell and Howard Magee spent Sunday at the W.E. Thwing home and called at the Joe Walter home.

Mrs. Walter Durst and Marjorie and Louis spent a few days last week with Mrs. Durst's sister, who lives in Lake Villa, Ill.

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordee and family and H. Hium spent Sunday afternoon at the A.P. Flikke home.

The Hemmersbach young folks called at the Voie home Friday evening.

Mr. and Mrs. Lee Clouse and daughter Marlene were Sunday supper guests at the Dunn home.

Edith Einfeldt, Anna Tomac, Lila Dunn, Martha Mikottis, June, Olive, and Vivian Voie called on Helen Hemmersbach Sunday afternoon.

Mr. and Mrs. Otto Voie spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Emberson south of town.

Phyllis Polzin called on Dorothy Markee Sunday afternoon.

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Irvine called at the Dunn home Sunday forenoon.

Dorothy Markee spent Saturday with Phyllis Polzin.

Rev. Shanks called at Einfeldt's Saturday evening.

Mr. and Mrs. John Speich and sons visited at the Mrs. Abe Speich home Sunday afternoon.

Dorothy Palms spent Sunday with Clara Stowe.

Harold Stowe is employed at the home of his grandfather, W.E. Thwing.

Anna Tomac was a Sunday supper guests of Edith Einfeldt.

Mr. and Mrs. Otis Stowe called at the Kepke home one evening last week.

Harold Dunn is employed at the Chas. Smith home near Loyal, while the Smith's attend the Century of Progress.

Matt Lindner and sons spent Sunday afternoon at the E.D. Klinke home.

Ernest Clouse called at the Clarence Dunn home Sunday forenoon.

Some of the Windom young folks spent Saturday evening at the Voie home.

Mr. and Mrs. E.D. Klinke called at the D. Braun home Sunday p.m.

Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Vine spent Sunday at the Merle Bushnell home.

Chester Vine and Hilda Price spent Saturday at the Hugh Vine home.

Mr. and Mrs. Ewald Schwarze and Donald visited at the O.M. Horn home Sunday.



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