News: West Levis (21 April 1932)

Contact: Crystal Wendt

----Source: Neillsville Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 21 April 1932

Mrs. Max Opelt, Jr., went to the Marshfield Hospital Wednesday and took treatment for kidney trouble. She returned home Thursday.

Walter Lynch and wife and Bernard and Bob Rodman drove to Marshfield Sunday.

Arthur Opelt and wife visited her parents Sunday.

Mr and Mrs. Kip Schultz of Hatfield visited at Victor Horton’s Sunday.

Carl Opelt and family visited his the rest of this part is cut off.

The beginning part of this is cut off -- Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. Crockett.

Mrs. Ralph Horton spent the weekend with her people in Merrillan.

Mr and Mrs. George Bryan have moved onto the Walter Bryan farm at Dells Dam. We are sorry to lose them from our neighborhood.

Mr and Mrs. Arthur Opelt spent Thursday evening with Max Opelt, Jr. and family.

Mrs. Wallace Short came up from Milwaukee Saturday morning.

Mrs. Lawrence McKivitt and children spent Tuesday at the Horton and Hagie home.

Mr and Mrs. George Beeckler drove to Ogema Saturday afternoon and back home Monday.

Rob Rodman helped with chores at R. French’s from Saturday till Monday.

Mrs. Emma Horton called at Victor Horton’s Sunday.

Mrs. Hattie Blenco of Neillsville is spending the week with her mother, Mrs. Mary Schultz.

Mrs. Lee Kapfer and Miss Mildred Kapfer visited at Guy Schultz’s Saturday.

Mrs. George Schultz, who has been sick with the flu the past week is improving.

Legare Apfel and wife visited at Guy Schultz’s Sunday.

Mr and Mrs. P. Schultz called at the Schultz home Sunday evening.

 

 


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