News: Levis (2 July 1936)

Contact: Crystal Wendt

Surnames: Kozie, Ingac, Ceisler, Stankiwicz, Buddenhagen, Haas, Dobes, Hudec, Sears, Munson, Kleckner, Opelt, Martin, Bunkleman, Clack, Marsh, Seidelman, Hanson, Reimach, Subke, Epding, Schoenherr, Schmidt, Schoen, Nelson, Murzynoski, Havelicek, Kuray, Karmmer, May, Murphy, Iverson, Christofferson, Wetzel, Topinka, Anderson, Kozic, Zemba

----Sources: Neillsville Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 2 July 1936


John Kozie and son have moved most of their machinery to the Cardarella farm which they recently bought and are fencing in their crops there.

Henry Ingac was home from the C. C. C. Camp from the weekend.

Mr. and Mrs. Geisler have moved from the Cardarella farm into the Mrs. Stankiwicz house.

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Buddenhagen and Mrs. Louis Buddenhagen of Fond du Lac were visitors at the Elmer Buddenhagen home over Tuesday night.

Miss Hass and her successor as teacher in N. high school in the home economic department were callers on several of our club members last Saturday afternoon.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dobes spent Thursday evening with her father Mr. Frank Hudec who is not so well again.

Mrs. Fred Sears and Edna Munson called at the Kleckner home in Neillsville Wednesday.

Carl Opelt and family picked 300 qts. Of strawberries on their patch last Friday.

Mr. and Mrs. John Martin are visiting at the home of their nephew Carl Opelt and family.

Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Buddenhagen called t the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Bunkleman in Neillsville Sunday.

Mr. Black of Clay has bought the A. B. Marsh farm south of Neillsville and moved his equipment their Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Seidelman who has been running the farm has moved to the Wm. Meiers farm which is her father’s old home and have taken up their new home Sunday also.

Mr. and Mrs. Melfrod Hanson and brother Leland and Dorothy Reimach were Sunday visitors at the Hanson home.

Billy Subke is visiting at the John Epding home near Neillsville fro a few days.

Mrs. George Ure is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Milton Page.

Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Schoenherr wee Sunday visitors at her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Meiers.

Frank Schimdt is having his barn re-shingled. Mr. Roessler with several helpers are doing the work.

Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Schoen are enjoying a visit with their daughter Elizabeth while her husband is visiting his relatives in Europe.

Albert Nelson spent Tuesday at the Frank Murzynoski home.

Franklin Schoen called at the F. Murzynoski home Monday evening.

Mrs. Havelicek and son are entertaining company from Chicago for a few weeks. All called at the M. Kuray home Tuesday.

Mrs. Karmmer and family enjoyed a visit with her daughter-in-law from Chicago last week.

Frank Newbecker spent Monday evening at the M. Kuray home.

Mr. and Mrs. George may and daughters called at the W. L. Murphy home Sunday afternoon.

Mrs. Iverson and granddaughter, Miss Christofferson were callers also at the Murphy home.

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Iverson were visitors at the Wetzel home near Columbia for Sunday dinner.

Mrs. Topinka will go to the Rochester clinic for treatment and another operation for goiter trouble this week.

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Anderson and son Earl and Mrs. Fred Sears and Roscoe were callers at the M. Ingas home Sunday evening.

Mr. and Mrs. John Kozic called on Mr. and Mrs. Peter Zemba on Sunday.

Several children are attending the church school at St. Mary’s from this community.



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