News: Hemlock (17 Mar 1932)


Surnames: Wanner, Hathaway, Stoller, Kettner, Thorson, Jenkins, Hawley, Limprecht, Behrens, Keifer, Krokson, Durst, Einfeldt, Hall, Culp, Mathias, Voie, Kind, Darling, Wetzel, Smith, Moore, Busch, Hoehne

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 17 Mar 1932

The Farmers Union held a "Winter Picnic" at the Federation Hall Tuesday, which was well attended. The speakers were Howard P. Wanner, our County President, and T.C. Hathaway of St. Paul, Minn.

J.F. Stoller called on Joe Kettner Thursday and Friday.

Harry Thorson remained overnight at the Elton Jenkins home Tuesday.

Miss Hawley, the Supervisor of school, called on the Hemlock School pupils thur. Fred Limprecht Jr. caller there Wednesday.

Miss Leona Thorson spent Thursday afternoon with Evelyn Stoller.

Messrs. Alex Behrens and Jack Keifer called on Mrs. Victor Krokson Sunday.

Ethel Krokson spent Monday night at the Alex Behrens home.

Mr. and Mrs. J.F. Keifer called on Mr. and Mrs. J.F. Stoller Monday evening.

Mr. and Mrs. W.R. Durst and family visited relatives at Neillsville Sunday.

Mrs. Geo. Einfeldt called at the Voie and Keifer homes Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Keifer called on Mr. and Mrs. W.R. Durst Sunday evening.

Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hall had supper with Mr. and Mrs. J.F. Stoller and family Wednesday evening.

We have been having real blustery winter weather the past week.

As a result of the weather, the Hemlock Aid was postponed until Thursday afternoon.

E.F. Culp and son Walter motored to Eau Claire Wednesday.

Miss Mary Culp was entertaining the "flu" last week.

Adolph Mathias called at the Abe Thorson home Thursday.

Frieda and John Stoller Jr. remained overnight at the C.E. Hall home Thursday after the school tournament.

Mr. and Mrs. Otto Voie and family called on Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kind Friday evening.

Laverne Durst called on the Keifer boys one evening last week.

Eleanor Thorson spent Sunday night at the Stoller home, and Lois Stoller remained overnight at the Thorson home.

Mrs. Philo Darling called on Mrs. Jack Stoller Monday.

A few whooping cough cases are in the community.

Eleanor Thorson, Frieda and John Stoller Jr. remained overnight at the Geo. Einfeldt home Tuesday evening of last week.

Joseph Kettner called at the Abe Thorson home Tuesday of last week.

Messrs. C.E. Hall and J.F. Stoller called at the Philo Darling home Wednesday evening.

Mrs. J.F. Stoller called at the Philo Darling home Tuesday a.m. last week.

Mr. and Mrs. C.E. hall called at the E.F. Culp home Wednesday.

Elizabeth Einfeldt was an overnight visitor at the Alex Behrens home Wednesday.

Mrs. Philo Darling and E.L. Hathaway of Minneapolis, Minn. Were Tuesday callers last week at the John Stoller home and Thelma Thorson was an overnight visitor.

Otto Wetzel called at the A. Thorson home Thursday evening. Oscar Horn and Mrs. J.F. Stoller were Friday callers there and Sam Smith called there Monday.

Sam Smith remained overnight with Chas. Moore Friday.

Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hall and Fred Busch called at Stoller's Friday. The Voie children, Eleanor and Thelma Thorson, C.C. Hoehne and Kenneth Keifer were Sunday callers there.

Mr. and Mrs. Abe Thorson and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elton Jenkins.

Sam Smith spent a few days at the home of Robert Smith.

Mr. and Mrs. J.F. Stoller and daughter and C.C. Hoehne were Sunday callers of Chas. Moore.



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