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Frank Woodard

 

1899

04 12       OLD MAIDS' CONVENTIONS / Mrs. Frank E. Woodard

What amusement providers are pleased to term "Old Maids' Conventions" has been quite the vogue this season in nearby cities, but it is perhaps a safer venture to say that none of these entertainments has met with such unbounded success as the one given last evening at Turner Opera house under the patronage of the Clover Club of the Congregational church.  The gratifying results that rewarded the efforts of the energetic women comprising this popular society was but another achievement in the line of successes which have come to be anticipated as a certainty in whatever they undertake.  The production, we understand, was under the direction of Mrs. Frank E. Woodard, who has been congratulated on all sides by her careful management.   WR

 

MRS. FRANK WOODARD, HARVEST CARNIVAL FLOWERED CARRIAGE

         

Harvest Carnival flowered carriage, Sept., 1899.  Mrs. W. D. Sproesser with Mrs. Dr. Carl Feld and Mrs. Frank Woodard.

 

unknown      Before fabric awnings installed

 

1902

FRANK WOODARD HOME

   423 N. Washington

 

1911

07 06       ELECTED PRESIDENT OF THE BANK OF WATERTOWN

At a meeting of the board of directors of the Bank of Watertown held on Thursday, June 28, 1911, Frank. E. Woodard, for many years the efficient cashier of the bank, was elected president to fill the vacancy in the office caused by the death of William Buchheit, and Fred Gamm was elected a member of the board of directors, and he was promoted from the office of the assistant cashier to that of cashier.  The promotion of both men was with the general approval of all the stockholders of the bank and finds great favor with its patrons and the public in general.   WG

 

1915

02 18       MISS MARY RIE WOODARD

Miss Mary Rie Woodard of Milwaukee-Downer College and her guest, Miss Margaret McDowell of Milwaukee and Miss Alice Woodard and Miss Dorothy Hulburt of Beloit were Sunday visitors at the home of Frank E. Woodard and wife, North Washington Street.   WG

 

10 28       LOCATED IN NEW BANK OF WATERTOWN BLDG

Building operations in Watertown have shown marked activity during the last year.  Many new residences have been erected, as well as a number of business buildings.  The chief pride of Watertown is the new building of the Bank of Watertown, which institution is the oldest of its kind in Jefferson county.  Its new home, which will be ready for occupancy about Nov. 1st, stands at the northwest corner of First and Main streets.  The ground floor is equipped with the most modern of bank fixtures, while the upper floors will house several commodious office suites which will be occupied by such firms as the individuals as the Old Line Life Insurance Company, Attorney Wm. H. Woodard, F. J. Prentiss [T. & J. Prentiss] and W. C. Stone; while the president of the bank, Mr. F. E. Woodard, will also have private offices above the bank.   WG

 

 

 

 

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