News: Hemlock (23 Feb 1922)


Surnames: Vinger, Welsh, Beyer, Vine, Smith, Nourse, Einfeldt, Behrens, Steffen, Wetzel, Himes, Hium, Herr, Flikke, Ditton, Perman

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 23 Feb 1922

The Hemlock Ladies Aid will meet with Mrs. Palmer Vinger Wednesday p.m., March 8th. Everybody is welcome.

Mrs. Welsh spent Friday p.m. at the Vinger home.

Mrs. Beyer called on the Nourse family one day last week.

Mrs. Vine had the misfortune to lose a cow.

The friends of the Smith family extend them their heartfelt sympathy.

George Einfeldt and Mrs. Herr are putting up ice.

No school Friday on account of teachers institute at Owen.

Ed Behrens is working at Otto Wetzel's.

William Welsh spent Sunday p.m. with Joe Herr.

Gerald Steffen called at the Welsh home Sunday.

Don't forget Sunday School every Sunday at 10 o'clock at the schoolhouse.

Mr. and Mrs. Will Smith came up from Milwaukee to attend their mother's funeral.

Mr. Himes of the West Side spent Sunday at Flikke's and Ditton's.

Ed Nourse is helping Mr. Perman haul logs to the sawmill.



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