News: Lynn (18 Feb 1910)


Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon



Surnames: Norman, Grassman, Opelt, Beil, Grassman, Williams, Dougherty, Martin, Stubbs, Yorkston


----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) February 18, 1910


Lynn (18 February 1910)


The heading mill company has installed a new machine in their mill to cut staves. They started the mill last week and will have as large a run as last year.


A large crowd from here attended the masquerade dance at Nasonville last Friday evening.  Those from here drawing the prizes as the best masked were Mrs. R. Norman, Arthur Grassman drawing second prizes as comic characters, Max Opelt first prize as colored character.


Mrs. A. W. Beil transacted business at Marshfield Friday.


Albert Grassman who has been in Dakota for several years is home on a visit to his parents.


Mrs. Willis Williams and Mrs. Dougherty were in attendance at the Carnation Club held at Mrs. John Martins last Wednesday.


Ben Stubbs arrived from Rockford last week to visit his family a number of days.


Mrs. Yorkston moved to Neillsville last Friday.




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