News: Lynn (7 Feb 1913)
Surnames: Sanger, Ure, Altenburg, Viergutz, Opelt, Martin, Sternitzky, Nankevil, Helm, Brooks, Williams, Brooks, Hankey, Schoengarth, Burgderfer, Washburn, Angel, Breseman, Neitzel
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.) 02/07/1913
Mr. and Mrs. Will Sanger spent one day last week with the latters parents Mr. and Mrs. Viergutz.
Miss Mamie Ure commenced taking music lesson from Miss Emma Altenburg.
Arthur Opelt, Gertrude Martin, Edna Sternitzky and Johnnie Ure are violin pupils.
Robert Nankivel and his mother transacted business at this place Monday.
Bertha Helm entertained company from Granton Sunday.
The Lynn orchestra, under the instruction of Herman Schoengarth, is progressing rapidly.
Geo. Brooks attended the party at Henry Williams’ Saturday eve.
Geo. Brooks transacted business at Nasonville Friday.
Several sleigh loads of young people went to Nasonville Friday evening to attend the dance and report a fine time.
Max Opelt went to Neillsville on business Saturday, but he found more pleasure than business when he got to receiving the bride and groom.
Ferd Helm went to Milwaukee last week to visit relatives.
Mrs. Fred Hankey was sick for several days last week.
Miss Electa Brooks has been quite sick for some time.
Those from here who attended the Burgderfer lecture were Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. R.T. Washburn and Hazel, Arthur and Carl Opelt, Addie Breseman and Elsie Angel.
Miss Helen Sternitzky returned home Friday from her long visit with relatives at Wausau and Mosinee. Miss Louvilla went to Marshfield to meet her.
Miss Elsie Neitzel came over from Neillsville and spent Sunday at home.
Henry Sternitzky went to the county seat on Friday.
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