News: Levis (15 Jan 1914)
Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: Shramek, Vasko, Kubat, Stankiewicz, Sherman, Blum, Rowe, Epding, Munson, Jule, Pachman, Sires, Braman, McAdams, Schultz, Remus, Hurdy, Diercks, Thompson
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) Jan 15, 1914
Levis (15 Jan 1914)
Chas. Shramek and Frank Vasko and their wives visited at the home of Frank Kubat in North York Sunday.
J. Stankiewicz and wife visited Jacob Sherman Tuesday of last week.
Johanna Blum, Effie Rowe, Carl Schroeder and Otto Epding spent Tuesday evening of last week at the home of L.H. Munson.
The family of J. Jule arrived Monday. Mr. Jule has the home ready for occupancy. Joe Pachman is still on the farm.
D. Sires spent Tuesday evening of last week at the home of H. Blum.
A. Braman visited W.J. McAdams last Thursday.
Otto and Olga Schultz visited at the home of Ed Remus Sunday evening.
George Hurdy, whose arm was badly shot some time ago, underwent a surgical operation Friday. The arm was amputated above the elbow.
Will Diercks of York called at the homes of Chas. Thompson and Wm. Schultz Sunday.
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