News: Levis (21 Oct 1915)
Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: White, Lipke, Frei, Lenskow, Wolf, Remus, Munson, Blum, Kleckner, Borde, Eggeman, Burrows, Jackson, Kuzal, Christmas, Lynch, Dahl, Winkelmann, Steffins, Wesenberg, Gloff, Seelow, Moldenhauer, Daehnert, Hemp, Pagenkopf, Liskow
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 10/21/1915
Levis (21 Oct 1915)
Mrs. White of Neillsville spent several days of last week with her daughter, Mrs. Lipke.
Emilie Frei is the owner of a new Pool piano.
Mr. Lenskow and daughter, Mrs. Minnie Wolf, of Grant visited Mrs. E. Remus Friday.
Edna Munson and Johanna Blum called on Mrs. J.L. Kleckner of Neillsville and Mrs. G. Borde last Wednesday.
Mrs. F. Eggeman and daughters, Ida and Sylvia, Mrs. Jos. Frei and daughter, Emilie, attended a wedding at Granton Thursday, returning Friday.
Mrs. John Blum called at the L.H. Munson home Friday.
Mrs. E. Remus was a guest at the home of V.C. Burrows of Neillsville Saturday and attended the lecture given by Prof. Jackson.
Mrs. F. Kuzal and baby left for Chicago Saturday.
Mrs. F. Christmas of Merrillan and Miss Clara Lynch of Columbia spent Saturday and Sunday at the home of H. Dahl.
Herman Winkelmann visited his sister, Mrs. Steffins, from Saturday until Tuesday.
Mrs. John Blum and baby and Johanna Blum visited at the home of V.C. Burrows of Neillsville Sunday.
Herman Winkelmann called at the J. Frei home Sunday.
E. Remus and wife visited at the Steffins home Sunday.
Ella Wesenberg was a guest at the home of E. Gloff of Neillsville Sunday for dinner.
Anna and Ida Seelow and Regina Moldenhauer visited at the home of C. Daehnert, Sr., Sunday.
Emil Gloff, Frank Hemp and family of Neillsville, F. Pagenkopf and wife of Grant and Aug. Liskow spent Sunday afternoon at the G. Borde [missing remainder of article]
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