News: Lynn (6 Jan 1906)


Surnames: Opelt, Sternitzky, Spur, Books, Washburn, Sholtz, Books, Ure, Downing, St. Germain, Scholtz, Montag, Altenburg.


----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.)  01/06/1906


Max Opelt transacted business at Marshfield last Monday.


Miss Susie Sternitzky is visiting her brother Fred near Harris Spur.


Miss Elsie Brooks was visiting friends in Granton Tuesday.


R.T. Washburn was a business caller in Marshfield the latter part of last week.


Miss Clara Sholtz came up from Tomah last week in time to spend New Year’s at home in Nevins.  She also visited with her aunt Mrs. E.F. Brooks and family of this place.


Miss Mable Brooks returned to Columbia to resume her school duties again, this being her second term of school in that place.


Miss Rose Brooks of Cedarhurst was a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E.F. Brooks.  Miss Letty returned to Cedarhurst with her.


Lost, a red box sixteen inches long by four in height, containing several pieces of ribbons and lace, besides various other articles of fancy work.  The box was lost between E.F. Brooks’ and H.B. Holmes’.  The finer will please leave same at Lynn depot.


The annual meeting of the patrons of the Enterprise creamery and cheese factory will be held at the Lynn Town Hall Saturday evening, Jan. 20, 1906 at 7:30 p.m.  All patrons interested are urged to be present.


Henry Sternitzky, Geo. and John Ure and Ed Sternitzky are attending the Lynn Mutual Fire and Cyclone Insurance Co. meetings at Neillsville this week.


Mrs. F.A. Downing of Dexterville visited with her sister Mrs. R.T. Washburn the latter part of last week.


Mr. and Mrs. St. Germain’s children have been confined to the house with an attack of chicken pox.


A large sleigh load of young people drove to Nevins to spend the evening with Miss Clara Scholtz and watch the old year out and the New Year in.


Herman Montag came over from Chili and spend Sunday and New Years at home.


The misses Beatrice and Frankie Brooks are entertaining a lady friend from Neillsville this week.


The ladies met with Mrs. C. Altenburg near Nasonville and had a very enjoyable time.



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