News: Levis (09 Sep 1915)

Contact: Ann Stevens

Surnames: Moldenhauer, Vine, Reigel, Schroeder, Blum, Mack, Lueck, Allbaugh, Hudson, Alt, Munson, Johnson, Turvill, Richmond

----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 9/9/1915

Levis (9 SEP 1915)

A.J. Moldenhauer, the new butter maker, moved his family last week in the house owned by the Day Creamery Company.

Mr. Moldenhauer had the misfortune one day last week to fall off a step ladder and sprained his wrist so badly that he was unable to work for several days. Mr. Vine made butter for him.

Mrs. H.E. Reigel of Wiergor and Agnes Schroeder of Neillsville visited at the home of H. Blum Wednesday and Thursday.

Otto Mack returned to Chicago Saturday after a five weeks’ visit with Chas. Lueck and wife.

Ernest Schroeder and wife and Miss Grace Allbaugh of Granton, Chas. Hudson, wife, and Miss Effie Alt of Neillsville were Sunday visitors at the L.H. Munson home.

Rudolf Schroeder returned to Neillsville Sunday having spent his summer vacation with his grandparents, H. Blum and wife.

The Carlysle school opened with Miss Ina Johnson as teacher.

The school in the Short Dist. began Monday, Miss Hannah Turvill, teacher.

Miss Lula Richmond began teaching in the Lincoln school Tuesday.



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