News: Levis, Levis Twp., Clark Co., Wis. (27
Surnames: Sears, Schutte, Kopp, Cernik, Gault, Palmer, Markham, Landgraf, Hainz, Boldt, Sager, Jrewry, Van Tatenhove, White, Johnson, Hagie, Fluegel, Kaczor
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 09/27/1945
Levis - by Mrs. Fred Sears
Henry Schutte has bought the Eric Kopp farm. The Kopps will move to Marshfield, where both have employment, as soon as they have a sale.
Sgt. Charles Cernik is at home from overseas, where he had many experiences in different countries in Europe.
Mr. and Mrs. Forest Gault were out to their farm Sunday and visited her sister, Mrs. Fred Palmer.
Wesley Markham of Los Angeles, Cal., and nephew, Lester Landgraf of Neillsville, were callers at the Ted Munson home Sunday. Mr. Markham was a former neighbor and is visiting his mother, Mrs. Minnie Markham in Neillsville at present.
Mrs. Florence Hainz and family of Grant were Sunday visitors with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Boldt.
Cpl. Harold Sager arrived last Tuesday to join his wife and little daughter. They left later in the week for Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Jrewry and daughter, Virginia, of Marinette came Friday to visit at the Christ Van Tatenhove home. Mr. Jrewry is a county agent in Marinette county, and his wife is a sister of Mrs. Van Tatenhove.
Mrs. Norman White returned from Eau Claire Sunday afternoon. Callers there Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson and Mrs. Floyd Hagie.
Several from Levis attended the wedding in Sherwood Lutheran church Saturday evening, when Miss Lauretta Fluegel and Joseph Kaczor were married. Mr. Kaczor will live on the farm he recently bought, on the town line, from Alfonse Wucki. Those attending from that neighborhood were Mr. and Mrs. *** Note: The remainder of this article was missing.
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