News: Levis (15 Oct. 1931)
Contact: Crystal Wendt
Surnames: Moas, Klasser, Muzynoski, Opelt, Kaddatz, Boson, Pike, Sears, Buddenhagen, Dudge, Meiers, Meihack, Bucker, Neff, Sonheim, Barrington
----Source: Neillsville Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 15 Oct. 1931
Mr and Mrs. Albert Moas and Anton Klasser of Menomonie, Wis. Came Saturday to visit at the Frank Muzynoski home and returned home Sunday.
Mr and Mrs. Carl Opelt entertained their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Opelt Sr. and Arthur Opelt and son, Norman for dinner Sunday.
Rev. and Mrs. Bickel and Mrs. Harry Smith of Butler called at the G. C. Kaddatz home last Thursday to see Mrs. Barington and baby.
Misses Emma Boson and Margaret Pike, who teach at Rochester and were attending the convention at Neillsville spent Friday and Saturday nights with Mrs. G. C. Kaddatz.
Miss Baker of the teachers’ training department took supper with them Friday evening.
Mr and Mrs. Fred Sears and son Roscoe, were Neillsville visitors Sunday and called at the hospital which is nicely equipped and pleasant for future patients.
Mr and Mrs. Elmer Buddenhagen and son LeLand and Mrs. Mary Dudge spent Wednesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Charley Neff.
Mrs. Adolph Meiers is spending several days with her daughter, Mrs. Albert Meihack and caring for the new grandson at their home.
Mr and Mrs. E. D. Bucker of Greenwood were guests at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Charley Neff and family.
The Levis Progressive Club will meet with Mr. and Mrs. Max Opelt, Jr., Friday, the 16th. There will be a chicken pie supper for the members. Each family is to bring a chicken pie and a cake or pie. Supper will be served at 7:30 o’clock. All members try and be present. Special entertainment by the young folks.
Mrs. G. C. Kaddatz and Miss Marjory Morgan drove to Thorp Sunday to take Mrs. Barrington and baby to her parent’s home, where she will stay for a week.
Philip and John Sonheim are home for a visit with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Sonheim Sr.
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