News: Hemlock, Wis. (7 Dec. 1900)
Contact: Duane Horn
Jaseph, Barber, Webster, Limprecht, Colby, Varney, Flower,
Armstrong, Rand, Anderson, Bond, Seyforth, Warner,
Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark County, Wis.) 7 Dec.
Dr. Barber was called to attend Webster's baby Monday morning.
School began Monday with Lynn Jaseph as teacher. The pupils in attendance, are Ollie Rand, Maude Varney, May Flower and Glenn Armstrong.
Mr. Limprecht and children drove to Reseburg Sunday to visit J. E. Colby's their daughter Elsie remaining. I think Mr. L. was anxious to see the new grand-daughter.
Mable Varney, who had been teaching at Dorchester, is home for a short vacation, having closed her school there on account of diphtheria.
The Anderson family partook of Thanksgiving goose at the E. L. Bond's. T. A. and son and Ferdie were up from Greenwood.
Mrs. C. Seyforth of Mondovi, Wis., and Wm Trowbridge of Greenwood, were the guest of E. L Bond and wife Sunday.
The families of Chas. and Alba Varney and Henry Warner gave thanks at Hiram Varney's the 29th.
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