News: Willard (16 Sep 1909)


Surnames: Altenbern, Hawke, Clair, Dammeier, Crotzer, Daughenbaugh, Olson, Samberg, Holsinger, Syth, Gullord, Hughes, Humke, Dimler, Long, Jordan

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 16 Sep 1909

The digging of A.C. Altenbern's cellar is nearly complete.

Edward Hawke purchased a milk cow of A.L. Clair on Friday.

Wm. Dammeier is digging the cellar for Geo. Crotzer's ne house. Paul Daughtenbaugh is assisting him.

Mr. Olson, the contractor from Osseo, has completed Mr. Samberg's store building and gone to Humbird to build a house. He will then return here to move the residences of A.C. Altenbern and A.L. Clair on the stone foundation being prepared for them, also build the sheds for Wilson Weber Lumber Co.

G. Samberg was in Gorman Saturday putting in pumps for the new settlers there.

D.S. Holsinger and Babb Syth are busy putting the stone foundation under the school building.

The lathing is nearly done and plastering will be done this coming week.

Mr. Gullord has finished plastering Edward Hughes' new residence.

A.C. Altenbern, A.L. Clair and Wm. Humke were in Fairchild on Friday.

Lou Dimler was a business caller here one day last week.

An insurance agent called on G. Samberg Saturday.

Wm. Dammeier and A.L. Clair transacted business in Greenwood one day last week.

Samuel Long was in Greenwood on Friday.

Joseph Jordan is hauling wood to town.

Geo. Crotzer was in Fairchild Friday.



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