News: Lynn (5 Jan 1912)
Contact: Verna (Welk) Quicker
Brooks, Kampin, Grassman, Steinbach, Bachausen, Iackish, Neitzel,
Nitschke, Gress, Anding, Krause, Yorkston, Sternitzky, Gaden,
Chubb, Ure, Nygard, Schier, Teatz, Dopp, Washburn
----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.)
Carl Helm will work for Erwin Brooks this
Mr. Kampin the cheese man was in
this vicinity recently.
Word was received
by Mr. and Mrs. Fred Grassman that their son Arthur is very ill at
the Albert Lea hospital with typhoid fever.
Mrs. Ed. Steinbach gave a party for her sister Miss Mary
Bachausen and niece Miss Emma Steinbach Thursday
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Iackish and Miss Elsie
Neitzel visited at the Wm. Nitschke home Friday
Mrs. Sherman Gress and children
of Neillsville spent the holidays with her parents Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Herman Krause
who has been as the asylum in Mendota for several years was brought
home to stay for an indefinite time.
Miss Lillian Yorkston is visiting with her mother at
Neillsville this week.
Willie Helm of Appleton is a guest at the home
of his uncle Ferd Helm.
Henry Sternitzky was at
Neillsville between trains Monday on business.
Henry Gaden after
spending the holidays with his sister Mrs. C. Chubb Jr. returned to
Camp early in the week.
James Ure of Neillsville was visiting friends and relatives in
Miss Elsie Nygard returned to her home at
Oshkosh after spending the holidays at Henry
Mrs. Ed. Steinbach and niece Emma Steinbach and Miss Eida Helm were Neillsville visitors Sat.
Miss Lydia Schier
and Anna Teatz left Tuesday for Marshfield where they have a
position at the asylum.
and Mrs. Robert Sternitzky returned from their visit at Sheboygan
and other places in the eastern part of the state Monday.
While on their visit with their two little sons stayed with their
grand parents Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sternitzky. On Wednesday
with their children they returned to their home at
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dopp were New Years guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Washburn.
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