News: Willard (4 Jul 1912)


Surnames: Williford, Holsinger, Long, De Long, Erll, Poppe, Wright, Long

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 04 Jul 1912

A new road is being graded west of town.

Mrs. Frank Williford of Oregon, Ill., left Monday for her home. Mrs. Holsinger is gradually improving.

It has been decided that we will celebrate by having a picnic in Samuel Long's grove.

Mr. J.R. De Long of Chippewa Falls was here a short time on Wednesday.

John Erll and Edward Poppe of Marshfield arrived Wednesday evening. Mrs. Thomas Wright brought them down in his auto. Mr. Wright returned to Marshfield Friday. He says the roads are excellent for autoing in our part of the country. The other men expect to put up the picling station.

Church was held last Wednesday night instead of the regular time.

Harvey Long, who has been here for the past three years, sold his farm and stock last week. They will leave July 5th for Mt. Morris, Ill. Mr. Long expects to teach next year. We are all sorry to see them go and it will be a great loss to the entire community.

News: Warner's Corners (4 Jul 1912)


Surnames: Schwarz, Andrews, Palmquist, Anderson, Moore, Haas

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 04 Jul 1912

A social was given at Hemlock Hall June 29th, which proved to be a success.

Mr. Joe Schwarz raised his barn last Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Andrews from Minneapolis are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Andrews.

Minnie Palmquist and brother Rueben are visiting at Charles Anderson's.

Mattie Anderson has been on the sick list for several days past. She has poison ivy on her hands.

The road work was finished the first of July.

Mrs. Steve Moore and Iva took supper at Wm. Haas' Sunday.



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