News: Hemlock (15 Jan 1907) 


Contact:  Laurel Bragstad



Surnames:   Aikens, Anderson, Basset, Bueming, Colby, Dingley, Einfeldt, Hogan, Ketchpaw, Palmer, Robinson, Shaw, Stoneberg, Warner, Withee


----Source:  Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark County, WI)  1/17/1907



One of B.F. Ketchpaw’s horses died a few days ago.


Miss Hogan of LaCrosse is the guest of Mrs. Withee this week.


Al Aikens, wife and daughter visited his brothers here Sunday.


Mr. and Mrs. Shaw are visiting relatives and friends in Medord.


Elmer Bueming wears a beaming smile. A new son came to their home Jan. 14th.


Mesers. Howe and Stoneberg with their wives visited at John Aikens’ Wednesday.


Mrs. Dingley, Norman and Fern visited at Einfeldt’s Sunday, also Mrs. Anna Colby and children.


The young people went over to Mrs. Otto Anderson’s Saturday evening for a party for Ed. The evening was very pleasantly spent.


Lulu Palmer is staying with her father’s aunt, Mrs. Sophionia Basset, at York, this winter, attending school there.


The new M. E. minister, Rev. Robinson, will preach in the hall here every alternate Sunday. He spoke to an appreciative audience Sunday.


The ladies from the Corners and Hemlock, laden with their knitting and all kinds of good things to eat walked into Mrs. George Warner’s last Thursday to surprise her and her sister.



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