News: North Willard (18 Mar 1926)
Surnames: Lucas, Bukovec, Plautz, Baldwin, Gregorich, Jelercic, Noah, Ehlers, Luzovec, Petkovsek, Kokaly, Perovshek, Trost, Ruzic,
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (18 Mar 1926)
A young party went sleigh riding Friday night and all had the most enjoyable time.
Frances Lucas called at M.C. Bukovec's Thursday afternoon.
Mr. Steve Plautz Sr. is on the sick list the past few weeks.
Miss Angela Plautz called at S. Lucas' Thursday evening, which was spent playing cards. The winners were F. Lucas and J.P. and second A. Plautz and S.L.
Everett Baldwin was seen on our road Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Gregorich called at the home of Mr. John Lucas Sunday night.
Misses Frances and Margie Lucas had the job of cleaning the North Willard School on Saturday.
Who hangs on the Gregorich fences every Tuesday night.
A few of the farmers of this vicinity had a job of shoveling snow before they could reach the town.
Mr. John Jelercic is a proud owner of a modern style radio.
The Northern Cooperative Cheese Factory received from the federation, the first payment.
Miss Lee Noah had the misfortune of breaking her skis. Let's all hope she will have it repaired soon.
Miss Helen Ehlers visited at John Lucas Sunday afternoon.
Mr. John Luzovec had the misfortune of losing a cow.
Martin Gregorich was home from Greenwood High School on account of having the mumps.
Miss Helen Ehlers and Miss Lee Noah called at the home of John Petkovsek Saturday evening.
Frank Kokaly is a proud owner of twin calves.
Joe Gregorich called on Frank Perovshek one day last week.
Mr. John Luzovec is on the sick list for the past few months.
Miss Angela Trost spent Sunday at the home of M. Cernic.
John Gregorich purchased a fine colt from Mr. Hindal.
F. Plautz called on John Lucas Thursday afternoon.
Mr. Matt Ruzic called at John Lucas' Sunday night.
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