News: Hemlock, Wis. (11 Feb 1903)


Contact: Laurel Bragstad



Surnames: Alberstedt, Anderson, Barber, Bond, Borger, Cramer, Dewey, Einfeldt, Haskins, Jaseph, Richeleu, Smith, Varney, Warner


----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark County, WI) 2/14/1902


Hemlock, Wisconsin


Ella Cramer spent Sunday under the parental roof.


George J. Smith of Neillsville called on Lynn Jaseph Monday.


Lee Anderson and Willie Alberstedt are sawing logs for Steve Moore.


Ferdie Anderson was up Sunday taking in the sights of our lively burg.


Ed. Einfeldt entertained the school children with his graphophone Monday.


Walter Smith and wife of Withee visited at C.W. Dewey’s last week Sunday.


Mr. Jaseph attended the educational revival meeting at Longwood Monday evening.


Mr. and Mrs. Henry Warner dined with Mrs. L.R. Warner of Greenwood Saturday.


Nelli Anderson is home for a vacation, having closed her school near Unity on account of scarlet fever.


Mr. and Mrs. Haskins and son, Miss Borgers and Alice Richeleu, all of Beaver, attended church here Sunday.


They are making preparations for the Central District Sunday School Convention which is to be held here March 13 or 14.


T.A. Anderson hauled logs to Greenwood Monday to be sawed out to repair the dam. H. and E.L. Bond are doing the work.


Chas. Varney returned from the hospital at Marshfield after an absence of ten days. He has concluded that Dr. Barber was doing all that could be done. He is gaining very slowly, but that is encouraging.



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