News: Willard (29 Sep 1927)


Surnames: Celesnik, Susa, Zevnik, Clair, Zallar, Crotzer, Matkovich, Dergance, Debevec, Cleveland, Quast, Backus, Reese, Hansen, Dittner, Keller, Syth, Baldwin, Cesnik

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 29 Sep 1927

The dance at the Willard Hall Sunday night was quite well attended. Everybody reported a fine time.

Mr. John Celesnik returned home from Waukegan, Ill. Sunday night.

Celesniks were callers at Braun Settlement Sunday evening.

There will be a free dance at the Willard Hall Sunday afternoon and evening, Oct. 2. This one is given by the Young Folks, so it assures you a good time. Come.

Quite a few attended the dance at Susa's Saturday.

F.J. Zevnik spent the weekend at home.

Miss Mildred Clair was a Greenwood caller Saturday.

Everybody enjoyed the shows given at the tent during the past week. Here's hoping they come back again and make a longer visit.

Miss Ann Cesnik was a Neillsville caller Saturday afternoon.

Miss Eva Zallar called on Geraldine Crotzer Sunday p.m.

Last week as Dergance was filling silo at the Matkovich farm he had the misfortune of running a horseshoe and a bar of iron through the cutter. They think that somebody was as mean as all that to put them in the corn shocks. They had the blood hound come up from Neillsville to trace the party.

Eva and Joe Zallar called at Debevecs Thursday p.m.

Mr. Cleveland and son Everett are painting the store for Quast & Co.

The following had a chicken roast at the Frank Backus home Saturday evening: Mr. and Mrs. Reese, Mr. and Mrs. Hansen and children, August Dittner, Jerry Keller, Chubby Syth, four parties of the Crago Stock Co., Thad Flick and boyfriends of Fairchild, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Baldwin and a couple of young folks from Willard. Everybody enjoyed themselves immensely and departed an an early hour of the moring. Here's hoping that the same bunch can get together again soon.



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