News: Willard (16 Feb 1911)


Surnames: Hintz, Altenbern, Clair, Kokolj, Schmidt, Bogouna, Zupancic, Samberg, Cesnik, Van Sickle, Durst, Long

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 16 Feb 1911

Two mass meetings of public interest were held Wednesday and Thursday evening, but nothing definite was accomplished.

If your are in doubt as to whether it is necessary to take out papers in order to vote, ask the clerk at the City Drug Store, Greenwood. Should he be not inclined to give you the desired information, you can find out from either Geo. Hintz or A.C. Altenbern, who have already been supplied.

A.L. Claire butchered such a large beef that it took himself and Frank Kokolj two days to do the work.

Messrs. Schmidt and Bogouna of rock Springs, Wyo. Came Friday morning and on Saturday closed a deal whereby each became the possessor of 80 acres of land in Section 16. They came prepared to stay and will go to work at once. Their families will arrive in a short time.

Saturday evening Messrs. Zupancic, Schmidt and Clair went to Fairchild to bring back Mrs. Cesnik and the tow Wyoming men. The trip was made on the "Special."

G. Samberg lost a valuable colt the past week. Gust will wear mourning for 30 days.

Geo. Hintz and A.C. Altenbern drove to Greenwood Saturday after loads of feed.

Mr. James Van Sickle of Ill. is here looking up a location.

Durst Bros. are cutting wood for A.L. Clair.

Master Mervyn Long has his first tooth. For full particulars ask his father.

Several different parties are hauling logs to the mill.



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