News: Hemlock (21 Feb 1935)
Surnames: Reich, Dunn, Abel, Palms, Stowe, Jensen, Voie, Schwarze, Rossman, Dunn, Einfeldt, Wetzel, Suda, Mikottis, Hemmersbach, Johnson, Decker, Vine, Limprecht, Polzin, Durst, Thorson, Varney, Sharp, Tomac, Klinke, Herr, Hagenbarth, Price, Speich, Dittner, Thwing, Moldenhauer, Perman, Flikke, Tanner, Lulloff
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 21 Feb 1935
The Homemakers Class met with the leader, Mrs. W. Reich, last Thursday afternoon and had a very fine party with a nice crowd present. The class meets with Mrs. Reich this Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. C. Dunn called at the Einfeldt and Abel homes Tuesday afternoon.
Dorothy Palms spent Sunday afternoon with Clara Stowe.
Mr. and Mrs. Jensen and daughter Anna of Longwood spent Thursday evening at the Otto Voie home.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schwartz were Sunday dinner guests at the Roy Rossman home.
Lila Dunn spent Sunday evening with the Einfeldt girls.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wetzel and family spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Rossman.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Suda spent Sunday at the Joe Mikottis home.
The Corner Young Folks gathered at the Hemmersbach home Sunday evening and had a sliding party.
Chris Johnson had Thursday dinner with Ted Decker.
Chester Vine spent the weekend at the Hugh Vine home.
The Limprecht and Polzin families spent Wednesday evening at the Durst home.
Abraham Thorson of Lake Isadore called at the Voie home Saturday.
Charles Varney and Irene, Nellie Sharp, Mary and Anna Tomac, Lorraine, Lucille, Jean and Alberta Klinke spent Sunday afternoon at Einfeldt's.
The young folks gave Loretta Her a very pleasant birthday party Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Voie and family and Harold Dunn were Sunday dinner guests at the Hagenbarth home.
Hilda Price spent the weekend at the home of her sister, Mrs. H. Vine.
Edith and Elizabeth Einfeldt spent Saturday afternoon with Lila Dunn.
John D. and Bobby Speich and Lawrence Stowe spent Sunday afternoon with Frank and Al Klinke.
Clara Stowe, who ahs been staying at the E. Dittner home during school days, is staying home now.
Melvin Thwing spent a few days in Coxie.
Mrs. Otto Moldenhauer and son Beilly were Sunday afternoon callers at the Ted Decker home.
Agatha Mikottis spent Sunday afternoon with Katherine Perman.
Arnold Flikke called on Rudy Tanner Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Lulloff called on Mrs. W. Durst Saturday evening.
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