News: Levis Township (24
Contact: Crystal Wendt
Surnames: Holub, Shramek, Matousek, Liskow, Kutschie, Shaw, Subke, Neff, Kurasz, Wnucyznski, Jonas, Madesen, Meiers, Buddenhagen, Bryan, Hanson, Yndogliato, Munson, Honzick, Plachy, Dahnert
----Sources: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) Thursday, 24 Nov. 1938
Mrs. Fred Sears - Phone; Y1631
Mrs. Holub and Irvin, Eddie and Lillian and Mrs. Charles Shramek called on Mrs. Mary Matousek at the Marshfield hospital Thursday.
Mrs. August Liskow and son Otto, and family visited at the Ray Kutschie home last Friday.
Mrs. George Shaw helped Mrs. Ray Kutschie tie a comforter last Thursday.
Mrs. Fred Subke and sons and daughter, Dorothy, spent last Friday evening at the Joe Holub, Sr., home.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Neff and children spent Saturday evening at the Clarion Counsell home.
Mrs. Martin Kurasz and Bertha and Elizabeth Wnuczynski helped Mrs. Holub pick geese Saturday.
Paul Jonas and mart Kurasz and son, Harry, left Monday morning on a business trip to Chicago.
Irene Madsen spent the weekend with the Kutschie girls.
Helen Meiers visited Jane Neff Sunday afternoon.
Elmer Buddenhagen and John Bryan were lucky hunters Saturday, getting their deer that morning. Harry Hanson got one Monday.
Tom Yndogliato shredded corn for Ted Munson last Friday.
Peter Honzick, Jr., and Rudolph Plachy of Pine Valley took a load of poultry to Chicago Sunday to put on the market for Thanksgiving.
The Bohemian lodge met at the Peter Honzick home Sunday afternoon.
Carl Dahnert returned Saturday from a two-week visit at Madison and several other localities.
Mrs. Honziek and Mrs. Plachy spent Monday afternoon with Mrs. Hudec.
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