You are either Old School or an American history buff if you recognise the name Wendell Willkie. For the folks in Rushville and the state of Indiana he was a very important person. If you don't know, will leave it for you to figure it out.
On a personal note, a brief health update. Checked in with the doctor this past week. He had just returned from lunch and met with me immediately. As usual I was carrying a book - never know how long the wait might be. Talked about the book and the author and that led to suggestions from him. Have I read _____? Do I know the writing of _______? At some point he was explaining a plot that he recently had read, but couldn't recall the title and/or the author. At that moment, he pulled out his phone and I thought here comes a web search. Nope. What happened is that numbers were punched, a call was made, a question asked - who wrote and what is the title of that book we just read? Smiling, he told me the answers. He called his wife - Old School.
Asked if he has considered obtaining a smartphone. Answer - no way. Those things and computers are the domain of his wife. No e-books neither. Real books with covers and paper.
The "book/reading" conversation lasted some 20-25 minutes. In the next 10 minutes, checked my problem - while not normal or completely recovered, suggested that's the best it will be, wrote the names of a couple of books that I should read and told me to call if the problem becomes worse.