News: Hemlock (02 Feb 1922)


Surnames: Vine, Boe, Smith, Mathias, Gruwell, Davis, Krokson, Flikke, Hermanson, Beyer, Decker, Markee, Capes, Hughie, Einfeldt, Finkle, Hattlestad, Shupe, Vinger, Kensora, George, Welsh, Hayes, Noah

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 02 Feb 1922

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Vine and daughter spent Sunday at Vine's.

Esther and Bernie Vine spent Tuesday evening at the Boe home.

The following spent Sunday at the Mark Smith home: Mr. and Mrs. Rob Smith and son, Mr. and Mrs. S. Smith and daughter, Mrs. Albert Mathias and daughter, and Esther Vine.

Milton, Carl and Thea Boe and Esther and Bernie Vine attended the pie social at Gruewell's. A fine time was reported.

Mrs. Calvin Davis spent Thursday evening at the Mark Smith home.

Florence Davis and Hugh Vine called at the Rob Smith home Sunday evening.

Ernest Krokson had the shoverlers out opening the main road.

Art Flikke of Viroqua is visiting his cousin Arthur Flikke.

Lee Hermanson of Spokane, Wash. spent a few days with his niece, Mrs. Flikke.

Arnold Beyer is on the sick list. One of the Decker boys is making cheese for him.

Mrs. Mathias and daughter are spending the weekend at the Rob Smith home.

Edna Markee and Mrs. Capes spent one day last week at the Markee home.

Etta Markee spent Tuesday evening at Hughie's.

Mrs. Welsh spent Thursday p.m. at Flikke's.

Don't forget the Aid at Ed Finkle's on Wednesday p.m., Feb. 8th. Everybody is welcome.

Agnes Hattlestad spent Saturday at the George Einfeldt home.

Mr. and Mrs. Ed Shupe of Loyal spent Friday at the Mark Smith home.

Hugh Vine spent from Friday till Sunday with James Hayes.

Mrs. Solon Davis is spending a few days at the Mark Smith home caring for her mother, who is very low at this writing.

Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Vinger and daughter spent on night last week at the Kensora home.

Mr. and Mrs. George went home Friday to spend a few days, returning to the Mark Smith home to help care for her mother.

Mr. and Mrs. Ed Noah spent Saturday p.m. at Loyal.



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