News: Hemlock, Wis. (6 July 1900)
Contact: Duane Horn
Surnames: Bowerman, Anderson, Rowe, Limprech,
Varney, Burch, Carter, Dewey, Bryden, Armstrong,
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark
County, Wis.) 6 July 1900
R. Bowerman was in Hemock, Sunday taking the picture of K. Anderson's family. All of their family were present except Nellie who is in Oregon.
James Rowe and family started for their home in Michigan Monday. They go by the way of Blair to visit with Grandma Burch a few days.
Chas. Varney is laying the stone wall for his hew house.
Fred Limprech’s horse had the misfortune to run into a wire fence and got a severe cut recently.
Great interest was taken in our school this year, there being about 40 present at the school meeting.
Mrs. F. M. Carter and Mrs. J. Bryden were Hemlock callers Sunday.
C. W. Dewey and wife and A. S. Armstrong and wife celebrated their 4th at Withee's North Fork farm, Mrs. Bryden accompaning them.
Mrs. Moore and daughters, May and Iva, went to Neillsville July 4.
We're getting plenty of rain at present.
Hiram Varney and wife and Chas. Varney and family took in the reunion at Thorp last week.
Laura and Millie Anderson started for Watertown, S. D., Monday morning.
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