News: Lynn (28 Feb 1913)


Surnames: Grassman, Preston, Hilbert, Sternitzky, Downing, Washburn, Sanger, Voight, Teatz, Nitschke, Opelt, Brooks, Ure, Gotter, Hankey, Hubing, Schoengarth


----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.)  02/28/1913


Alvin Grassman and Frank Preston went to Loyal Friday and sold a horse for his father.


Miss Amelia Hilbert is staying with her sister, Mrs. Ed Sternitzky.


Mrs. F.A. Downing of Atlanta, Wis., is visiting her sister, Mrs. R.T. Washburn this week.


Little Herbie Sternitzky met with a very bad accident last week while playing in a barn.  He fell from the top story and was badly hurt.


Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sanger of Chili spent Sunday in this vicinity.


Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voight spent Sunday at South Lynn with relatives.


Minnie Teatz of Star Corners spent Saturday with Martha Nitschke.


Arthur Opelt went to Marshfield Tuesday on business.


Those from here who attended the lecture course Monday night were G.R. Brooks and son Roy, Mr. and Mrs. R.T. Washburn, Mrs. F.A. Downing and Lillie and Arthur Opelt.


Mrs. Ray Ure went to Marshfield Wednesday.


Mrs. Richard Gotter gave a feather bee to her many friends Tuesday.


Miss Electa Brooks, who has been sick, is now on the gain.


Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hankey spent Sunday with the Hubing family in the town of Grant.


Herman Schoengarth postponed the dance last Saturday on account of the storm, and will give a dance next Saturday on the night of March first.



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