News: Willard (23 Mar 1911)

Surnames: Cesnik, Clair, Thomas, Tomsic, Long, Samberg, Francis, Marn, Peroshek, Holsinger, Crotzer, Altenbern

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 23 Mar 1911

Ignac Cesnik spent Saturday forenoon at home.

The last car of bolts for the season for Willard is to go out this week.

A.L. Clair is laoding a car of green wood.

The condition of Frank Tomsic, who is in the hospital at Marshfield, remains about the same as at last writing.

Mr. G.S. Thomas of Pasadena, Calif., father of R.R. Thomas, is here for a short visit. Mr. Thomas finds the climate quite a contrast.

Harvey Long, Ignac Cesnik and Gust Samberg transacted business in Greenwood Saturday.

Mr. Francis had a cow shipped up from Fairchild Saturday.

Paul Marn and Frank Peroshek have each purchased a De Laval cream separator of A.G. Altenbern.

G. Samberg received a small gasoline engine one day last week.

D.S. Holsinger purchased a Blue Bell Separator from local agent Samberg.

Geo. Crotzer, who was called to Lena, Ill. by the serious illness and death of his father, has returned to Willard.                 



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