Hendren Township, Clark County, Wisconsin


Keiner's Resort, Willard,  Clark Co., WI


The tavern above was located near Rock Dam, on a sight just above the bridge over Hay Creek.  The first tavern was, to the best of my knowledge, an old railroad car brought in and set on this sight. (details provided by Frank Pakiz)




        Tioga Feed Store and Post Office (Click to photo to enlarge it)


Tioga's Country Store

The Tioga Inn

Tioga, WI Depot




Laabs Cheese Factory

Willard Cooperative Dairy/Emil Mech's Cheese Factory

History: Cash Crops of early Willard/Hendren

Slovenian Heritage Days

TRG Special Centennial Edition: [1 Cover] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11] [12] [13] [14] [15] [16] [17] [18] [19] [20 Back]


Willard Area Early Businesses

 Business: Barr Animal Foods
 Business: Carpenters
 Business: Cloverleaf Co-op Cheese & Butter Co.
 Business: Electricians
 Business: Feed Grinding Services
 Business: Gorman Co-op Dairy Co.
 Business: Masons & Bricklayers
 Business: North Hendren Co-op Dairy Co.
 Business: Painting services
 Business: Plautz Brothers Incorporated
 Business: Refrigeration Services

 Business: Sawmills

 Business: Schwamb’s Cooperative Cheese Factory


Willard Area Early Stores

Store: Willard Bakery

Store: Willard Co-op Feed

Store: E. J. Ingham Store

Store: Lumber Yards

Store: Mary’s Store

Store: Rae D. Ingham Store

Store: John Zallar Store


Willard Area Early Taverns

Tavern: Herrick & Klanchar

Tavern: Lakeside Lodge

Tavern: North Mound

Tavern: Pekol’s

Tavern: Rock Dam

Tavern: Harley Thompson - 1st Tavern in Willard

Tavern: Tioga Tavern

Tavern: White House


Clark Co., WI Cheese & Dairy Businesses (Some Hendren Listings)






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