News: Levis (29 Apr 1915)

Contact: Ann Stevens

Surnames: Heinrich, Remus, Franke, Frey, Eggeman, Rothenberg, Gusie, Munson, McAdams, Blum, Phillips, Meyer, Liskow, Edgbert, Lepold, Dobes, Anderson, Johnson, Silbernagle, Horton, Cernik

----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 4/29/1915

Levis (29 APR 1915)

Miss Minnie Heinrich came from Milwaukee Wednesday to spend the summer with her brothers, George and Henry Heinrich.

Ed. Remus and wife called at the H. Franke home Sunday.

George Frey and family of Grant and F. Eggeman and family were callers at the home of J. Frey Sunday.

Miss Rothenberg of Buffalo came Monday for a visit with her grandmother, Mrs. J. Gusie.

A thief broke into L.H. Munson’s granary last Tuesday and took about ten dollars worth of oat and timothy seed.

J.W. McAdams and wife visited H. Blum and family Tuesday. They are spending the time before their departure for the west with George Phillips and wife of Neillsville.

Mrs. Henry Meyer and son returned to Chicago last Thursday.

E. Liskow and wife returned from Watertown last week after attending the funeral of Mrs. Liskow’s parents.

Make your plans now to attend the basket social and spelling contest to be held at Lincoln School May 7.

Emilie Frey entertained Ruth Edgbert of Neillsville from Friday evening to Monday morning.

Day creamery takes cream on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

The town spelling and arithmetic contests were held at Lincoln School Friday, Dells Dam and Lincoln Schools being the only schools to compete. The winners in spelling were Ferol Lepold, Julia Dobes and Robert Anderson. Marvel Johnson received the highest percentage, but a place could not be given her as she has a diploma. The winners in arithmetic were Robert Anderson, Emma Silbernagle and Clyde Horton. These pupils will take part in the division contest at Neillsville to be held later.

A baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. J. Cernik Friday, April 23.

A travelling showman gave a moving picture show Monday evening in Carlysle school house.



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