News: Nevins (27 April 1944)
Contact: Crystal Wendt
Surnames: Scholtz, Rosandich, Paun, Matonich, Jacobson, Brnkmeier, Paun, Kapusta, Vobora, Seman, Porkovitch
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) Thursday, 27 April 1944
Nevins - by Helen Seman
Frank Scholtz left for Waukesha last week to visit his son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Scholtz.
Helen Rosandich was home all last week from her school duties in Wisconsin Rapids. Her brother Louie took her back Sunday. She attends the Wood County Normal.
Tom Paun and Adam Matonich were callers in Wisconsin Rapids Saturday.
Eli Matonich returned Friday from Chicago, where he spent to weeks visiting. Mr. Matonich was called to Chicago by the death of a cousin.
Anna Rosnadich came home over the weekend from Milwaukee with her boy friend and returned with him, but expects to come home again to stay for several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Francix Jacobson called on Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Brinkmeier Thursday evening.
The following are working on the railroad section near Pray - Tom and John Paun, Martin Kapusta, Eli Matonich, John Rosandich and Adam Matonich.
Adam Matonich sold all his livestock, excepting one heifer and two horses, to a party from Arpin.
Tony Vobora and Mrs. Martin Kapusta drove to Eau Claire last week after Donald Kapusta, who has been a patient in the Sacred Heart Hospital for the past two weeks. Donald went there for a medical examination but got the measles while there instead, but otherwise was not able to get any help.
John and Helen Seman called on Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Brinkmeier Sunday evening.
George, Rosie and Wanda Perkovitch are all quite sick with the measles.
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