News: Willard (17 Mar 1932)
Surnames: Malnar, Podovich, Lunka, Mech, Cesnik, Fortuna, Pakiz, Salty, Slemec, Romash, Laykovich, Arch, Hintz, Perme, Kokaly, Hribar, Luzovec, Celar, Stremikis, Bergant, Godec, Klancher, Belay, Bogdonovich, Severson, Champa, Trunkel, Krultz, Bayuk
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 17 Mar 1932
Emil Malnar called at Willard Monday.
We sure have a cold spell for the past week.
Our mailman had a hard time with his mail route a couple of days last week.
George Podovich called at Willard Wednesday.
Joe Lunka was a business caller at Loyal Wednesday.
Emil Mech called at Greenwood Wednesday.
The snowplow has opened the road past Willard and Gorman, so our mailman can make his mail route.
Ignac Cesnik Jr. called at Bayuk's Wednesday night.
Anton Fortuna called at Mirko Pakiz's Thursday morning.
Mrs. P. Salty went to the hospital Thursday morning.
Joseph Slemec called on Matt Romash Thursday p.m.
Angeline Laykoich called at the Louis Arch home Thursday.
Joe Lunka called at Neillsville Thursday evening.
Ralph Hintz called at Perme's Friday night.
Martin Kokaly returned home from Greenwood last week.
Joe Hribar returned home from Chicago Saturday a.m.
Frank Luzovec visited at Mat Romash's Saturday night.
Lawrence Celar and Ignac Cesnik Sr. called at Neillsville Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. August Stremikis and baby of Gary, Ind. Are spending their vacation witht eh home folks, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bergant and Anton and Jerome Stremikis.
Joe Godec, Carrie Klancher and Mrs. John Bergant called at Marshfield Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Belay and Mrs. Steffie Bogdonovich called at Greenwood Saturday.
Elmer Severson hauled wood from his father-in-law's place to his home one day last week.
Louis Champa is hauling logs to the sawmill grounds at John Trunkel's.
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Krultz called on friends at Willard and Gorman Sunday p.m.
The Women's Club of Willard held their meeting Sunday, March 13.
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