News: Willard (04 Mar 1926)
Surnames: Douphenhous, Gartland, Clair, Campbell, Baeras, Barr, Ingham, Bean, Otchak, Quast, Emberson, Campbell, Neuman, Thompson
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (04 Mar 1926)
Mr. and Mrs. S. Douphenhous arrived Saturday from Illinois where they have been living for the past two years. They expect to make their home in Willard on Mr. Douphenhous' farm.
Mr. A. Gartland called at Clair's Saturday p.m.
Miss Vida Pettis called at Campbell's Saturday p.m.
Quast & Co. received a carload of nails and wire one day this past week.
Arnold Clair was a Greenwood caller between trains Wednesday.
The train could not make its usual trip on account of the snow storm. They got through as far as Willard Friday, however,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Baeras visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Barr Sunday.
The 500 party was entertained at the E.G. Ingham home Saturday evening. G.P. Campbell received grand prize and F. Bean consolation. Everybody reports a fine time.
Miss Sally Otchak spent Sunday p.m. at the Campbell home.
H. Quast and family spent Sunday p.m. at the Bayuk home.
Miss Sally Otchak called at Quast's Sunday p.m.
Mr. A. Gartland called at the Quast home Sunday.
Miss Naomi Emberson and the H. Thompson family spent Sunday at the E.G. Ingham home.
G.P. Campbell spent Sunday p.m. at the H. Neuman home.
The home talent play, "All a Mistake," to be given by Willard School was practiced again Wednesday night.
Willard is wondering who it is that hangs on Clair's fence Wednesday nights.
The snow battle staged in Willard Sunday was a spectacular affair, although there were no casualties.
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