News: Lynn (2 Feb 1912)
Contact: Verna (Welk) Quicker email@example.com
Surnames: Helm, Viergutz, Sanger, Ure, Yorkston, Montag, Kleinschmidt, Chubb, Brooks, Sternitzky, Opelt, Martin, Hill, Nankivell, Gotter, Becker,
----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.) 2/2/1912
Carl Helm came over from Chili and spent Sunday with his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Viergutz visited their daughter Mrs. Wm. Sanger Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Ferd Helm and son Henry were Neillsville callers Thursday.
James and Vivian Ure and Lillian Yorkston of Neillsville attended the masquerade dance at this place Sat.
Mrs. Elsie Montag and little son spent several days at home last week.
Louis Kleinschmidt sold a car load of hay to C. Chubb and loaded same for shipment Saturday.
Clark Brooks came over from Neillsville and spent Saturday and Sunday under the parental roof.
The Lynn heading mill started sawing Monday.
James Sternitzky is quite ill at the present writing.
Mrs. Max Opelt will entertain the Carnation Art Club Thursday p.m.
Miss Ruby Martin went to Eau Claire Friday to visit friends. Miss Julia Hill accompanied her as far as Eau Claire and spent Sunday at her home in Menomonie.
Mrs. Grace Nankivell and Robert Nankivell transacted business here early in the week.
Miss Lenora Gotter enjoyed a birthday party Monday evening.
Henry Sternitzky, Otto Becker, John Martin, Ed Sternitzky, John Ure and son were business callers at Chili Tuesday.
Miss Lillian Yorkston returned from her trip at Neillsville Tuesday.
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