News: Lynn (21 Feb 1913)
Surnames: Altenburg, Temelling, Gotter, Lindow, Ure, Sternitzky, Greunke, Kriewaldt, Becker, Steinbach, Rath, Helm, Moh, Hankey, Schafer, Williams, Montag, Breseman, Opelt, Shierholtz, Warren, Schoengarth, Brooks, Neitzel, Dunken
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.) 02/21/1913
Mr. and Mrs. J. Altenburg and granddaughter Lucille, visited their daughter Mrs. J. Temelling, Monday.
Robert Gotter spent Sunday at home.
Jim Temelling of Heathville transacted business here last Riday.
Mrs. Emil Lindow and daughter Gertrude of E. Lynn visited friends at this place Friday.
Ray Ure and Ed Sternitzky transacted business at Marshfield, Thursday.
Mr. Greunke and family of York Center and Mr. Kriewaldt and family of Granton spent Sunday at O.W. Becker’s.
Miss Lena Steinbach has been quite ill for several days. Dr. Rath of Granton was called.
Miss Elda Helm visited here Aunt, Mrs. L. Moh, in the town of Grant this week.
The Fred hankey, John Schafer and Carl Williams families went to Cedarhurst Sunday to spend the day with Mr. and Mrs. E. Montag.
Martha and Susie Sternitzky of Marshfield spent Sunday with friends at this place.
Fred Sternitzky and family spent Sunday with friends at this place.
Fred Sternitzky and family spent Sunday at Jake Breseman’s.
The Lynn Heading Mill will commence work this week.
Arthur Opelt transacted business at Marshfield last week Wednesday.
Miss Shierholtz and Miss Warren attended the teacher’s institute last Friday.
O.W. Becker and Ray Ure went to Neillsville Saturday. Herman Schoengarth will give a dance at the town hall Saturday night, Feb. 22nd.
C.F. Brooks transacted business at Marshfield Friday.
The Lynn basketball team played with the Loyal team last week and were defeated for the first time this season.
Fred Dunken and helpers from Grand Rapids were repairing the R.R. windmill on Tuesday.
Three loads of young people from here went to Chili Saturday night to the dance.
Miss Vivian Ure of Neillsville visited Miss Elsie Neitzel Saturday and Sunday.
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