News: Lynn (31 Mar 1911)


Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon



Surnames: Gotter, Opelt, Cornelius, Bradbury, Servaty, Breseman, Anding, Martin, Nitschke, Hollenbach, Wirtz, Sternitzky, Hertig, Ure, Mayhew, Preston


----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) March 31, 1911


Lynn (31 March 1911)


Richard Gotter is reported being sick since Monday noon when he had to leave his work.


Max Opelt had an auto trip to Marshfield Saturday with Chas. Cornelius and Dr. Bradbury of Neillsville.


The people of Lynn will surely elect Julia Servaty for County Superintendent next Tuesday.


Robert Gotter, Elsie Breseman and Chas Anding came home from Altoona Tuesday where they have been working.


School will start in District No. 1, April 17.


Mrs. John Martin will have the Carnation Art Club next Wednesday.


Martha Nitschke went to Neillsville Tuesday to do some more sewing.


Geo. Hollenbach returned from the Marshfield hospital Tuesday.


Mrs. Joe Wirtz and daughter Helena returned home Tuesday after a several days visit at Mequon, Wis.


Susie Sternitzky and Rose Hertig came home Saturday for a short visit. They went to Neillsville Sunday to visit Miss Vivian Ure.


James Ure was out Saturday to visit Neitzel’s sugar bush.


Mrs. Mayhew of Plymouth came up for a visit to her son Mr. Ralph Mayhew and daughter, Mrs. Frank Preston.



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