News: Levis (16 Mar 1916)

Contact: Ann Stevens

Surnames: Remus, Scoda, Speiser, Frei, Blum, Hemp, Keller, Lipke, Stephens, Musil, Munson, Schroeder, Moldenhauer, Eggemen, Brothers, Kopp, Bruss, Seelow

----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 3/16/1916

Levis (16 Mar 1916)

The Levis Sewing Circle and other friends of Mr. and Mrs. E. Remus gave them a party Saturday evening in honor of their 20th wedding anniversary. Mrs. Remus is much pleased over the silver knives and forks presented her. Mr. Scoda of Shortville was at the party and advertised the Aladdin mantle lamp and furnished light for the evening.

Miss Olga Speiser of Lynn is visiting at the home of J. Frei.

Johanna Blum spent last Wednesday at the home of Frank Hemp in Neillsville.

M. Keller and wife visited at the home of John Keller Sunday.

Mrs. H. Lipke and children returned Friday form a two weeks’ visit with relatives in Neillsville and Grant. Her mother came with her for a short visit.

Mrs. Frei and Miss Speiser called at the Stephens home Thursday.

Chas. Musil sawed wood for L.H. Munson Wednesday.

Bennie Schroeder of Neillsville spent the weekend with his grandparents, H. Blum and wife.

The Shortville friends of A.J. Moldenhauer and family gave them a pleasant surprise party Saturday evening.

M. Keller and wife spent Friday evening at the home of F. Eggemen.

John Blum, wife and baby visited E. Remus and wife Sunday evening.

Ph. Brothers was a guest at the home of L.H. Munson Monday and Tuesday.

F.P. Hemp, wife and sons visited at the home of F. Kopp Sunday.

R. Bruss and wife of Grant spent Sunday at the home of C. Lipke.

Emilie Frei had an ingrown toenail removed last week, which had become very troublesome.

Will Seelow, who has been working at Cottage Grove, was taken to a hospital at Madison several weeks ago and operated upon for appendicitis. He was in a very critical condition, but is convalescent.



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