News: Hemlock (28 Apr 1921)


Surnames: Windom, Runge, Flikke, Vine, Behrens, Markee, Smith, Haefner, Noah, Bowen, McCarty, Nourse, Marek, Wagner, Wilbur, Limprecht, Shanks, Withee

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 04/28/1921

One of the Windom boys is working for Chas. Runge.

Mr. Shanks is papering at the Runge home.

The Runge family spent Sunday at the Flikke home.

Esther Vine and Adeline Behrens spent Sunday with Etta Markee.

Roy Vine arrived home from South Dakota last Tuesday. He says crops are fine but need a lot of rain.

Mrs. Rob Smith spent Thursday at the Runge home.

Esther Vine spent Thursday with her sister, Nina, at Mark Smith's.

Fern Vine spent Saturday with Theodora Withee.

Roy Vine spent Sunday after noon at Haefner's.

Nina Vine and Ed Noah spent Sunday evening at the Vine home.

Edna Bowen spent Saturday at the McCarty home.

Allan McCarty called on his sister Violet Wednesday evening.

Ed Nourse left Thursday for Omro and other places to visit friends and relatives. Ed has resigned his road job.

The Runge family spent Sunday evening at Richard Marek's.

Arnold Wagner hauled cheese to Greenwood on Tuesday.

Guy Wilbur and Justin McCarty went to Fairchild last Monday. Guy is selling oil for paint and autos and Justin is selling raincoats.

The Hemlock Aid will meeting with Mrs. Fred Limprecht, Jr. on Wednesday, May 11. Everybody come.



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