News: Lynn (25 Mar 1910)


Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon



Surnames: Norman, Voight, Schune, Nankivell, Hankey, Opelt, Sternitzky, Davidson, Becker, Breseman, Reisner, Wiesner, Ure


----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) March 25, 1910


Lynn (25 March 1910)


Mrs. Reuben Norman of Hatfield is here visiting her father and relatives.


Gust Voight was a Granton visitor Monday.


Mrs. Schune who has been quite ill with pneumonia is improving at present.


Robert Nankivell was seen on our streets last week.


Don’t forge the opening dance at the Lynn Bowery next Monday.


Mrs. Fred Hankey had a feather bee at her home last Thursday.


Max Opelt made a business trip to Marshfield Saturday.


School will close Friday for a week’s vacation.


Will Sternitzky and family visited at Jim Davidson’s at Chili Sunday.


Otto Becker our cheese maker who was arrested a few weeks ago at the complaint of a couple of state pure food inspectors, charged with selling curd, went to Neillsville last week and plead guilty and paid his fine.  Had Mr. Becker known that the sale of this product was unlawful or had even the inspectors informed him to that affect, he would never have manufactured it. The reason that he was picked out of hundreds arrested without warning is probably due to a complaint sent in by a farmer in this vicinity hostile to him.


A 4-piece orchestra will furnish the music for the dance next Monday.


It is reported that Johnny Breseman will lose his arm as he is very sick with blood poisoning.


Max Opelt, August Reisner and Chas. Wiesner were Neillsville callers early this week.


Otto Becker got a new hired man who is helping in cheese making this summer.


Max Opelt & Co. received a car of Pillsbury Best flour this week.


Vivian and James Ure took in the show at Neillsville Wednesday night.


The Women’s Klatch Club met at Geo. Ure’s this week. They all had a good time.


The horse doctor was out from Neillsville to look after sick horses at Hankey’s and Martin Breseman’s.




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