News: Hemlock (27 Apr. 1900)

Contact: Duane Horn

Surnames: Carpenter, Donaldson, Armstrong, Varney, Alperstedt, Limprecht, Richardson, Warner

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark County, Wis.) 27 Apr. 1900


Lots of Kodaks have been in evidence at the dam this week.

A great many people came to see the log jam in the roll way of the dam. It took considerable work from the drivers to dislodge the logs and get the roll way clear.

Mrs. Eliza Carpenter and Mrs. E. S. Donaldson were guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Armstrong Monday.

Alba Varney and family have gone to Waupaca for a short visit with Mrs. Varney's people. From there the will go to Skhowhegan, Maine, where they will make their home for a few years. Their many friends regret their departure and the best wishes of all will attend them.

Wm. Alperstedt, a son of Mrs. Fred Limprecht who has been for several years in Sheboygan, has come to Hemlock to live.

Grandma Richardson, the aged mother of Mrs. Warner, died at B.R. Falls on Easter Sunday.



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