News: Willard (20 Feb 1919)
Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: Matkovik, Boylan, Hoganson, Ingham, Zallar, Arnold, Ingham, Lunka, Graves, Fenhouse
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 2/20/1919
Willard (20 Feb 1919)
Frank Matkovick returned on Wednesday from Minnesota, where he has been employed.
Mr. Boylan, traveling auditor for the O. & N. Lumber Co., visited the Willard yard Wednesday. While here he let the job of building a cement warehouse.
Louis Hoganson of Tioga was in Willard Wednesday and obtained the contract to erect the new warehouse for the O. & N. Lbr. Co.
E.G. Ingham and son report that there are several hundred cords of No. 1 dry maple cord wood for sale in the yard and will be glad to quote prices to anyone wishing a cord.
John Zallar loaded a car of bolts Thursday.
Simon Arnold of Butlerville was a business caller in the village Thursday.
E.G. Ingham and Joe Lunka each took an auto load to Greenwood Friday evening to see the Greenwood-Owen double header, and took in the dance after the game.
H.R. Graves and family and Mrs. M. Fenhouse and son, Willie, of Spencer spent Sunday at R.D. Ingham’s.
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