News: Willard (22 Apr 1926)

Contact: Stan

Surnames: Celesnik, Arch, Gabrovic, Seliskar, Beam, Matkovich, Zallar, Neuman, Godec, Parkel, Bayuk, Schwellenbach, Wegner, Gartland, Clair, Zupanc

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (22 Apr 1926)

The dance at the Willard Hall Sunday night was quite well attended.

Mrs. Geo. Celesnik called at the L. Arch home Sunday.

Miss Mary Gabrovic called on the Misses Jennie and Ann Celesnik Sunday p.m. Have a good time girls?

We wonder what the attraction was at the corner south of Willard Saturday night?

The following spent Sunday p.m. at the Seliskar home: Mr. and Mrs. L. Arch, Mrs. Geo. Celesnik and daughter.

We wonder what A.M. and R.L. were fighting about one day last week after school. How did you like it girls?

Celesniks sawed wood last part of the week. The overall boys helped with the sawing, also F. Beam. They looked like real Tom boys. We wonder how they like to be overall boys?

Stepping in Society? We'll say! There were only 8 people who joined the K.S.K.J. last Sunday, while here was only 69 who joined the S.N.P.J.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Matkovich of Virginia, Minn. are visiting at the home of M. Matkovich.

Theresa Parkel visited with Evonka Zallar Sunday a.m.

Mrs. Pete Matkovich of Virginia, Minn. is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Godec.

Quite a few from Loyal were visitors at H. Neuman's Sunday.

Evonka Zallar spent Sunday p.m. with the Parkel girls.

The S.N.P.J. Lodge gave a party at the hall Sunday afternoon and evening in honor of the new members.

Dora Bayuk, who was employed in St. Paul, returned home one day last week.

Roland Schwellenbach is sawing lumber at Zupanc's now.

H. Wegner, N. Gartland and J. Zallar were Greenwood callers Friday night.

Arnold Clair is a proud owner of a new Ford car.



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