News: Lynn (19 Jan 1906)


Surnames: Klabunde, Grassman, Knoop, Yankee, Sternitzky, Becker, Washburn, Downing, Holmes, Brooks, Gaden, Messing, Stubbs, Hornbeck, Opelt, Mary, Wiesner, Feldmaier


----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.)  01/19/1906


Don’t forget the annual meeting of the patrons of the Enterprise creamery and cheese factory held at the town hall Saturday night, Jan. 20th.


Otto Klabunde of Wausau is a guest at the home of Mrs. F. Grassman this week.


Clara Knoop of Pine Valley visited at Mrs. Henry Yankee’s last week.


Miss Helen Sternitzky has returned from her visit at Junction City.


O.W. Becker attended the dairy convention at Milwaukee the first of this month.


Mrs. R.T. Washburn was suddenly called to Dexterville last week in response to a message received that her sister, Mrs. F.A. Downing was ill with quinsy.


The Ladies Aid will meet with Mrs. H.B. Homes next Sat. Afternoon.  All are invited.


Geo. R. Brooks transacted business at Neillsville last week.


Mr. and Mrs. P. Gaden and Clara were Neillsville visitors Sunday.


Little Hazel Washburn enjoyed a party Saturday afternoon in honor of her seventh birthday.


Mr. and Mrs. E. Messing of Nevins visited with their parents Mr. and Mrs. B. Stubbs on Sunday.


Miss Elsie Brooks and Mrs. R.T. Washburn called on Mrs. S.G. Hornbeck of Granton last Monday.


Those from here who went to Marshfield Monday to see the wrestling match were Max Opelt, and his father, Henry Marg, Arthur Stubbs and Ed Wiesner.


Henry Marg has a crew of men harvesting ice.


T.F. Feldmaier transacted business at Marshfield Wednesday.


There will be a big mask ball at Lynn Hall Sat. eve, Jan. 27.  The Wegner Orchestra of Marshfield will furnish the music.  Everybody is invited.



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