News: Lynn (29 Dec 1905)


Surnames: Becker, Neitzel, Nitschke, Gotter, Gaden, Brooks, Altenburg, Tremelling, Thompson, Feldmaier, Sternitzky, Holmes, Stubbs, Marg, Lautenbach, Montag, Hoganson


----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.)  12/29/1905


The annual meeting of the patrons of the Enterprise Creamery and cheese factory will be held at the Lynn Town Hall Saturday eve, Jan. 20, 1906 at 7:30 p.m.  All patrons are ured to be present, O.W. Becker, proprietor.


Mrs. Otto Neitzel and daughter Elsie returned from Milwaukee after a long visit with her daughter.


Those who were notices going to Neillsville the last week were Miss Martha Nitschke, Aug. Gotter, Mr. and Mrs. P. Gaden and daughter Clara, Geo. R. Brooks.


Those who were shopping at Granton were Emma Altenburg, Mr. and Mrs. Temelling, Wm. Thompson, T.F. Feldmaier, Geo. R. Brooks and others.


Don’t’ forget the Farmers Institute Jan. 3, 1906.


Miss Helen Sternitzky went to Junction City last week.  They received the news that her brother Robert’s wife was very sick and she left immediately.


Miss Gertrude Holmes is back from Stevens Point to spend the vacation.


Miss Mable Brooks close a very successful term of school at Columbia and is now enjoying the holiday vacation at her home.


The Misses Beatrice and Frankie Brooks are home from school at Neillsville to spend the vacation.


Raymond Brooks is home from school at Marshfield to enjoy the vacation.


Arthur Stubbs had the misfortune to have his fox hound and coach dog poisoned while out hunting one day last week.


Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marg spent Xmas with Mrs. Marg’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lautenbach in the town of Grant.


Miss Elsie Brooks and Ernest Montag drove to Nevins last Sunday, also Clark Brooks.


Anton Hoganson went to Black River Falls to spend Christmas under the parental roof.


Miss Mable Brooks was calling on friends in Marshfield the latter part of last week.



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