News: Lynn (23 May 1913)
Surnames: Martin, Helm, Nitschke, Altenburg, Nankevill, Brooks, Dankemyer, Opelt, Faber, Gotter, Ure, Sternitzky, Shierholtz, Montag, Eide, Becker, Breseman, Marg, Rose, Washburn, Beecher, Hollenbach, Rath
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.) 05/23/1913
Mr. and Mrs. John Martin transacted business at Neillsville Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Helm and son of Milwaukee arrived last week Thursday and are visiting with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Nitschke.
Mr. and Mrs. John Altenburg Jr. and sisters Etta and Emma spent Sunday with Mrs. Nankevill and Robert at Nasonville.
Geo. R. Brooks and daughter Beatrice are in Neillsville taking care of George’s mother this week.
Aug. Dankemyer and family came over Sunday and took in the baseball game.
The baseball game between Lynn and Heathville scored 6 to 23 in favor of Heathville. The Lynn’s played without a practice this season.
Those from here who went to Loyal to the dance Friday evening were Max Opelt and daughter Lillie and sons Carl and Arthur, Laura Faber, Robert Gotter, Leo and Joseph Sternitzky, Robert and Johnnie Ure. The Schoengarth orchestra was furnishing the music that night. Max Opelt conveyed most of the crowed with his auto and team.
Miss Vera Shierholtz visited at Marshfield Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. Elsie Montag and son Craig spent last week with friends at Marshfield and also had dental work done.
Harry Eide and family spent Sunday witht eh O.W. Becker family.
Max Opelt will give a dance at the park Saturday evening. Schoengarth’s orchestra will furnish the music.
Mr. and Mrs. John Breseman and Gustave Marg and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Rose north of Granton.
Max Opelt and R.T. Washburn autoed to Loyal Monday.
Richard Gotter moved his family into the house recently vacated by J. Breseman.
Mr. and Mrs. Beecher and children of Granton spent Sunday with their son and family at this place.
Mrs. Hollenbach is reported to be very ill. Dr. Rath of Granton is attending her.
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