News: Lynn (1 Aug 1913)
Surnames: Wirtz, Brooks, Washburn, Opelt, Faber, Gotter, Betner, Reth, Altenburg, Helm, Becker, Schlinsog, Hartson, McGinnis, Finke, Tremelling, Ebbe, Jensen, Schmitz, Rude, Williams, Moh, Baker, Riedel, Sternitzky, Breseman, Preston, Krause, House, Ure, Scholtz, Simpson, Schield, Zipfel, Martin, Hale
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 08/01/1913
Mrs. Jos. Wirtz and son Carl are visiting relatives and friends in Chicago and LaSalle, Ill.
Mrs. Geo. Brooks is visiting her brother at Greenwood since Tuesday.
Mrs. R.T. Washburn attended the O.E.S. birthday party at Mrs. Henry Williams’ Tuesday afternoon.
Arthur and Lillie Opelt, Laura Faber and Robert Gotter attended the dance at Loyal last Friday evening.
Mr. Betner and daughter of Brampton, Ill., are visiting the Aug. Gotter family. Mr. Betner is a brother of Mrs. Gotter.
Mrs. A. Reth and son Peter of Sun Prairie were the guests of the John Altenburg home last week.
Miss Bertha Helm spent several days last week with her aunt, Mrs. Moh.
Mr. J. Altenburg Jr. and family and sister visited at East Lynn Sunday.
Otto Becker attended a lecture at Marshfield Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Gotter and son Arnold and Mr. Betner spent Sunday at H. Schlinsog’s.
Mr. Hartson and son Wellen autoed down from Greenwood, accompanied by Ida Finke, Ella McGinnis, and Beatrice Saturday afternoon and spent part of Sunday with the Geo. R. Brooks family. The balance of the day was spent with the Chas. Brooks family, accompanied by the Geo. Brooks family, where they enjoyed a picnic dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Tremelling of Granton spent Sunday evening at her parents’ home.
H. Ebbe and family, and Henry Jensen and family spent Sunday at Peter Jensen’s.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schmitz went to Marshfield Saturday for a several days visit and to consult a doctor in regard to Mr. Schmitz’s health.
John Rude of Neillsville, formerly a teacher at this place, came over Saturday and Sunday to visit old friends.
Mr. and Mrs. W.L. Baker returned from Arbor Vitae where they spent a week visiting Albert Scholtz, a brother of Mrs. Baker’s.
Last Thursday evening a large party of Mrs. Ed Riedel’s friends surprised her on her birthday. The evening was spent pleasantly with dancing and games.
Mrs. James Sternitzky of Marshfield visited her son Fred Sternitzky and daughter Mrs. J. Breseman this week.
Frank Preston transacted business at Marshfield Tuesday.
Miss Lottie Krause is spending the week with her sister Mrs. Ray Ure near Chili. Mrs. Ure is reported to be sick.
Mrs. Herb House of Princeton, Minn., arrived Monday evening and will now reside at Lindsey. M. and Mrs. Simpson came up from Lindsey with their motor car and met them.
Mrs. Chas. Schield and son, Miss Schield of Chicago, and Elsie and Fred Zipfel of the Ridge, visited at the E.F. Brooks home Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sternitzky and two children, after a month’s visit at the Henry Sternitzky home, went home to Mosinee Thursday.
John Martin, who was on the sick list the first of the week, is quite O.K. again.
Carl Sternitzky was taken sick at the Lucas hale home Monday, but recovered and returned home Tuesday.
Mrs. John Martin, who fell and suffered an injury to her side while berrying some two weeks since, is recovering nicely.
John Ure has so far recovered from his recent illness as to take an interest in his pipe and enjoy smoking since Wednesday.
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