News: Levis (17 Oct 1918)
Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: Meier, Zickmund, Dewbel, Kolar, Musinovski, Sears, Shramek, Soaf, Heeg, Zedekar, Olavnik, Palmer, Lueck, Holub, Cernek, Tichy
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 10/17/1918
Levis (17 Oct 1918)
A pleasant surprise was sprung at the Meier home Sunday night on Caroline Zickmund as she left for Chicago to take treatments for her eyes. She was accompanied by her aunt, Mrs. W. Dewbel, and children, who have spent several weeks here.
Frank Kolar left for Albert Lee, Minn., Friday where he will spend the winter.
The surprise party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. Musinovski Thursday night was well attended, and all report a good time.
Lois Sears and Lillian Shramek visited the Soaf girls Sunday afternoon.
Martin and Gertrude Heeg spent Sunday at the Zedekar home.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Rezner visited Mr. and Mrs. C. Shramek Sunday afternoon.
Clemance Olavnik met with an accident Saturday while driving east. His horses were scared by a threshing machine and threw him from the wagon. He struck a rock and broke his shoulder.
Palmers visited at the Soaf home Sunday night.
There was a dance at Lueck’s Monday night and a big crowd was present.
Mr. and Mrs. Holub and Mr. and Mrs. Cernek spent Sunday afternoon at the Tichy home.
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