News: Lynn (11 Feb 1910)


Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon



Surnames: Martin, Brule, Altenburg, Keenan, Erickson, Osgood, Ure, Beil, Grassman, Tremmeling, Montag


----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) February 11, 1910


Lynn (11 February 1910)


Mrs. Gertrude Martin who has been ill for a week or more is slowly convalescing at present.


Miss Anita Brule attended the basketball game at Marshfield played between Neillsville and Marshfield, Friday.


The masquerade dance given by the basketball team Saturday evening was the best success of the social season.


A large number of Miss Emma Altenburg’s music scholars and others gave her a very pleasant surprise party Wednesday, February 2 in honor of her birthday.  The evening was pleasantly spent with music and games.


Mrs. E. A. Keenan of Dexterville transacted business at this place on Monday.


Mrs. Erickson of Pittsville arrived Monday in response to a telegram of the sickness of her daughter Mrs. M. Osgood of Granton.

Miss Vivian Ure entertained the Busy Bee Embroidery club Saturday p.m.


Herman and Henry Beil of Hilbert are the guests of their cousin A. W. Beil.  Mr. Beil and his guests transacted business at Neillsville Monday.


Mrs. John Martin entertained the Carnation Sewing club Wednesday.


Mr. and Mrs. Fred Grassman were business callers at Neillsville Saturday.


The Misses Etta and Emma Altenburg visited their sister, Mrs. Trammeling at Heathville Tuesday.


Miss E. Montag was shopping at Neillsville the fore part of last week.



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