News: Willard (14 Jan 1926)
Surnames: Zallar, Gartland, Thompson, Emberson, Matkovich, Luzovec, Plautz, Kokaly, Clair, Petrick, Ulesich, Quast, Novak, Butcher, Ingham, Baldwin, Musich, Laikovich, Horvat, Cesnik, Backus, Trunkel
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (14 Jan 1926)
Mr. John Zallar Jr. and Ralph Hintz have returned to Milwaukee to resume their duties at the Motor School, after spending the holidays here with home folks.
Mr. Nacy Gartland and Mrs. H.M. Thompson were on the sick list the past week.
Miss Naomi Emberson visited at M. Matkovich's home Thursday evening.
Frank Luzovec, John Plautz and Martin Kokaly left Friday for Milwaukee where they will be employed.
Arnold Clair and Chas. Petrick are employed hauling gravel on the town roads.
John Ulesich and Martin Kokaly unloaded a car of shingles Wednesday for the O & N Lumber Co.
Eva Zallar and Mildred Clair called at Butcher's Monday evening.
Hugo Quast and Rev. J. Novak attended the meeting at Eau Claire regarding the railroad.
L.S. Butcher and E.G. Ingham autoed to Minneapolis on business last week.
Everett Baldwin returned home from Decatur, Ill. where he spent his Xmas vacation with relatives and friends.
Mrs. John Musich is on the sick list.
Hugo Quast was a business caller at Greenwood on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Backus were Greenwood callers, Saturday evening.
Mildred Clair and Eva Zallar called on Grandma Laikovich, who is on the sick list.
Mary Horvat is home from Eau Claire, where she was working in the hospital.
Ann Cesnik called on Ann Trunkel Sunday afternoon
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