News: West Levis, Levis Twp., Clark Co., Wis. (12 Apr. 1945)

Contact: Stan

Surnames: Beeckler, Opelt, Mack, Schoolmaster, Holub, White, Huntley, Filitz, Hagie, Conro, Riphenberg, Wendt, French, McCarthy, Van Gorden, Palmer, Horton, Hediger, Cole, Palmer

----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 04/12/1945

West Levis - by Gladys Beeckler

Mrs. Carl Opelt spent from Friday until Sunday evening with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mack at Sheridan and attended a silver wedding anniversary Saturday night.

Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Schoolmaster of Black River Falls spent Sunday at the Ervin Holub home.

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Opelt spent Thursday evening at the Norman White home.

Mr. and Mrs. Harmie Huntley spent Sunday at the Elmer Filitz home.

Mrs. Willard Cole and Grandma Cole of Alma Center spent Sunday afternoon at the Fred Palmer home.

Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hagie spent Sunday forenoon at the Ed. Hagie home in Shortville.

Mr. and Mrs. Don Conro of Neillsville spent Sunday at the Riphenberg home.

Mr. and Mrs. Herb Filitz and James spent Saturday evening at the Elmer Filitz home.

Mr. and Mrs. White spent Sunday afternoon at the Alvin Wendt home.

Mrs. French has been confined to her bed since last Wednesday with the flu. Mr. French was down Friday and Saturday too.

Mrs. Holub and Mrs. McCarthy spent Monday afternoon at the Archie Van Gorden home in Neillsville.

Carl Palmer and mother spent Sunday evening at the Fred Palmer home.

Victor Horton returned to Cameron Saturday, after spending a week at the Floyd Hagie home. Mrs. Clyde Horton and Bobbie went as far as Eau Claire with him. Clyde went back Wednesday morning.

Hannah Hediger of Neillsville *** Note: The remainder of this article was missing.



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