News: Willard (08 Apr 1926)

Contact: Stan

Surnames: Thompson, Neuman, Pettis, Clair, Gartland, Ingham, Campbell, Gates, Plautz, Schwab, Hintz, Emberson, Kokaly,

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (08 Apr 1926)

Mrs. H.M. Thompson called at the H. Neuman home one day the past week.

Willard School closed Thursday night for the week, having Friday off for Easter Vacation.

Mrs. L. Pettis spent Friday between trains visiting at the Clair home, she having brought the mail upon the train.

Mrs. A. Gartland is spending his Easter vacation at his home at Rio, Wis.

Mrs. E.G. Ingham called at the H. Neuman home one day the past week.

Mr. A. Gartland called at the Clair home Tuesday evening.

Mrs. G. Campbell called a Clair's Wednesday evening.

Mr. Gates, the Watkins man from Greenwood, was on our streets Thursday.

Mr. and Mrs. G. Campbell and daughter Jesse spent Thursday evening at the A. Neuman home.

Mr. S. Plautz, who has been sick in bed for some time, is reported as being some better and able to be up a little again.

Mrs. Wm. Schwab returned home from Chicago Friday where she had been visiting the past several weeks.

Miss Pettis accompanied her father home Thursday p.m. on the mail route for an over Sunday visit.

Ralph Hintz made a trip to Greenwood Thursday, reporting the roads in bad condition since the recent snow storm.

Miss Emberson is spending her Easter vacation with home folks near Greenwood.

Mrs. H. Neuman and daughter Betty Jane did shopping in Greenwood Friday between trains.

Miss E. Kokaly, who teaches near Greenwood, came home Friday to spend her Easter vacation.

Mrs. H. Thompson was a Greenwood visitor between trains Friday.

Mr. H. Neuman was a Greenwood caller Saturday p.m.



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