News: Levis and South Pine Valley (27 Apr 1916)
Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: Temby, Lueck, Naedler, Blum, Jones, White, Schroeder, Crockett, Remus, Beach, Clark, Horal, Wolf, Wesenberg, Wilke, Musil, Epding, Epp, Moldenhauer, Shramek
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 4/27/1916
Levis and South Pine Valley (27 Apr 1916)
P.S. Temby sold his farm to C. Lueck of East Pine Valley.
Edwin Naedler was home from Eau Claire normal school last week.
H. Blum, wife and daughter visited friends in North Pine Valley Monday.
Gladys Jones visited at the homes of H. White and F. Schroeder in Neillsville Sunday.
Mrs. Naedler, who was thrown out of a cutter in the winter and injured her hip, was able to attend church Sunday.
O. Crockett and wife spent Sunday evening at the home of E. Remus.
Mrs. Beach of Clarksville normal school visited her sister, Mrs. Clark, from Thursday until Monday.
Raymond Horal, who has been visiting at the Clark home, returned to Crawford Saturday. He left his little brother here to spend the summer with their aunt, Mrs. Clark.
Mrs. Minnie Wolf of Grant visited her sister, Mrs. E. Remus, Monday.
Emil Wesenberg is working for Mrs. Wilke.
Ed Musil came from Nebraska Thursday to spend a few days with his brother, Chas. Musil, and family. He returned Monday.
J. Epding and family spent Sunday at the home of A. Epp.
Mrs. A.J. Moldenhauer and children started Tuesday for Michigan, where Mr. Moldenhauer is employed. They expect to visit a few days in Neillsville and Milwaukee.
Chas. Shramek hauled his silo Saturday.
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