News: Levis (19 Mar 1914)
Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: Stankiewicz, Johnson, McAdams, Remus, Blum, Stuensee, Keller, Bloche, Dudei, Garbusch, Uhlmann, Bruss, Lipke, Reif, Schultz, Fillitz, Ziegler, Borde, Seelow, Tremby, Sires, Campbell, Neff, Novatny, Marsh, Free, Cornelius, Epding, McCloskey, Apfel
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) Mar 19, 1914
Levis (19 Mar 1914)
J. Stankiewicz and wife spent Sunday evening at the home of S. Johnson.
J.W. McAdams and E. Remus called at the home of H. Blum last Wednesday.
J. Struensee purchased an Edison phonograph last Monday.
Several neighbors of Mrs. M. Keller helped her strip feathers Wednesday of last week.
L. Bloche of North Pine Valley visited H. Blum and family Tuesday of last week.
Hulda Dudei came Thursday for a visit with her sister, Mrs. F. Garbusch.
Mrs. F. Uhlmann is visiting friends and relatives in this vicinity.
Mr. Bruss and wife visited the latter’s mother, Mrs. Lipke, Thursday and Friday.
Rev. Reif of Granton and F. Schultz and wife visited H. Blum and family Thursday.
Mr. Fillitz purchased a fine team at the Ziegler auction Saturday.
Leola Borde visited at the home of F. Seelow Sunday.
P.S. Tremby arrived here Monday to take possession of the D. Sires farm.
Hugh Campbell, wife and children of Manchester, N.H., came Friday for a visit at the home of D.A. Neff.
Wm. Johnson and daughter, Mrs. Novatny, went to Marshfield Monday of last week to see Mrs. Johnson.
There was a party at the home of F. Garbusch Saturday eve.
Fay Marsh, Beatrice Free and Lydia Cornelius spent Monday afternoon at the home of D.A. Neff.
Mrs. J. Epding was very ill Sunday, but is much better at this writing.
D. McCloskey and family moved Tuesday to their farm near Dells Dam.
John Apfel and wife attended a funeral at Columbia Sunday.
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