News: Willard (28 Oct 1926)

Contact: Stan


Surnames: Campbell, Laykovich, Zupancic, Cesnik, Hintz, Greeler, Hoehne, Baldwin, Schmidt, Zevnik, Zallar, Ingham, Pekol, Bayuk, Clair, Dergance, Luzovec, Quast

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (28 Oct 1926)

Campbell's started making their properties to Medford, where they will take possession of the filling station and blacksmith.

Quite a few are attending auctions lately.

Grandma Laykovich called at the home of her daughter, Mrs. A. Zupancic.

Anne Cesnik was a business caller at Neillsville Monday.

Ralph Hintz called at Dergance's Sunday.

Geo. Greeler from Neillsville was seen on our roads one day last week.

Geo. Hoehne was a caller in this vicinity one day last week.

Paul Baldwin has taken the job as mail carrier on this route.

Don't forget the Basket Social and program at the Willard School Friday, Oct. 29th.

Hans Schmidt and friend Hebert called at Clair's Wednesday evening and got turned down. Bad luck boys, try again.

Frank Zevnik was an Eau Claire caller Friday.

Eva Zallar was depot agent Monday, while Miss Cesnik was at Neillsville.

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ingham and son Farrol of Eau Claire visited at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E.G. Ingham. From here they left Thursday evening enroute to California, where they will spend the winter.

Eva and John Zallar Jr. called at Luzovec's Monday.

Joe Pekol Jr. and Joe Bayuk sure are putting up Quast warehouse in a hurry. Keep it up boys.

M. Clair and E. Zallar called on Grandma Laykovich Saturday evening and Sunday afternoon.

 

 


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