News: Willard (10 Feb 1910)
Surnames: Daughenbaugh, Clair, Cesnik, Dammeier, Pierce, Holsinger, Long, Hauke, Altenbern, Davis, Stafford
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (10 Feb 1910)
Samuel Daughenbaugh made a business trip to Greenwood Saturday.
A.L. Clair received a large box of bedding and clothing on Tuesday. It was sent by some of his friends in Mt. Morris.
Ignac Cesnik left for Joliet, Ill. on Wednesday. He was called there on business and will probably be gone two weeks.
Wm. Demmeier assisted A.L. Clair in hauling hay Tuesday and Wednesday.
Wedn morning Mr. J.C. Pierce and little five-year-old daughter arrived from Stewart, Ill. They will make their home for the present with D.S. Holsinger and family.
Everybody is busy cutting wood and heading bolts, or shipping them out. At the present rate of slaughtering the timber the country adjacent to Willard will soon be approved.
Harvey Long left for Mt. Morris, Ill. Wednesday noon for a week's visit. Mrs. Long has been there for several weeks. On account of Mr. Long's absence the school is closed.
Miss Matilda Hauke, who has been spending a month here at the home of her parents, left Wednesday for Elroy, Ill. Miss Hauke is a successful music teacher and while she greatly enjoyed her visit here, was anxious to return to her work.
A.C. Altenbern is assisting George Hintz in cutting cordwood.
Mr. Clyde Davis and bride of Mt. Morris, Ill., are spending part of their honeymoon at the home of Samuel Long. Messrs. Davis and Long were classmates at college.
A.L. Clair made a business trip to Fairchild Friday.
Samuel Daughenbaugh is working for John Stafford in Greenwood.
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