News: Lynn (12 Jan 1906)


Surnames: Opelt, Brook, Heckert, Becker, Gutter, Sternitzky, Chubb, Davidson, Sholtz, Tremelling,


----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.)  01/12/1906


Max Opelt received a car load of Gold Medal flour last week from Minneapolis.


E.F. Brooks transacted business at Granton the latter part of last week.


Miss Frenkie Brooks enjoyed a very pleasant birthday party last Saturday night.


Raymond Brooks returned to Marshfield to resume his studies in the high school.


Mr. and Mrs. Max Opelt were business callers in Neillsville last week.


Chas. Heckert of Chilton is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. O.W. Becker this week.


Richard Gutter has returned to Madison to resume his studies at the dairy school there.


Wm. Sternitzky’s children are proud possessors of a goat presented them by their Grandpa Davison of Romadka.


Mr. and Mrs. C.W. Chubb very royally entertained a party of selected friends for supper and evening of entertainment and music during the week between Xmas and New Year’s.  The writer did not learn the day.


Henry Sternitzky was confined to the house for a few days owing to a severe cold.


The farmers institute had a fair attendance, considering the severe storm that raged all day.  It was a great disappointment to many people who wanted to attend, but on account of the storm were obliged to stay away.


Max Opelt purchased 80 acres of land from Aug. Sholtz south of Lynn.


Wm. Temelling at Kepps Spur is doing quite a business dehorning cattle this winter.


Otto Becker made a business trip to Granton last Wednesday.


Oscar Sternitzky seems to have a failing for visiting at Nevins.  Maybe he has a sweetheart there, but that would be telling.  The roads have been somewhat blockaded, but Oscar nothing daunted, sets out afoot and make his usual trips.  Arriving home from the last one he seemed to be considerably agitated about something, and is friends are wondering whether it was just the trip and the hard travel experienced or whether he met some wild animal on the road.  At any rate his face "Blanched" upon his return here.



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