News: Lynn (11 Aug 1911)


Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon



Surnames: Altenburg, Helm, Rueth, Opelt, Puscheck, Sternitzky, Hankey, Kier, Degener, Washburn, Klopf, Bower, Montag, Wirtz, Gotter, Sternitzky, Burdick Schoengarth, Selves, Timm, Heckert, Becker, Schultz


----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) August 11, 1911


Lynn (11 August 1911)


C. Altenburg and family spent Sunday with John Altenburg’s family.


Mrs. F. Helm entertained the Ladies Aid last week Wednesday.


Mr. A. Rueth of Sun Prairie was a business caller in Lynn this week.


Max Opelt autoed to Nekoosa with the A. Puscheck family and E. Sternitzky.


Mrs. Fred Hankey and children spent Sunday and Monday with her mother, Mrs. Kier near Star Corner.


H. Degener shipped a car of grain to Wausau Wednesday.


Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Washburn attended a meeting of the O. E. S. at Neillsville Tuesday and also the shower given Miss Edna Klopf.


Max Opelt will give a dance at the Lynn Bowery Saturday evening, August 12th.


F. Bower autoed over from Marshfield Sunday and spent a few hours with Mr. and Mrs. E. Montag.


Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wirtz went to Neillsville Sunday morning to attend church.


R. T. Washburn took Richard Gotter and family and Aug. Gotter to Abbotsford Sunday to visit Mr. Gotter’s sister.


Louis Sternitzky and Martha Burdick were united in marriage by Judge Oscar Schoengarth at Neillsville on Tuesday.


The Carnation Art Club met with Mrs. Ferd Helm Wednesday.


Willie Sternitzky’s were Neillsville callers Saturday.


Lynn played ball with Fremont Sunday.  The score was 12 to 3 in favor of Lynn.


Max Opelt autoed Ernest Sternitzky, Adolph Pusheck and wife to Minor to visit Mr. Pusheck’s sister.


Miss Anna Hankey called at August Dankemyer’s over Sunday.


Fred Hankey moved his threshing machine to Richard Selves on Sunday.


Mrs. Timm and Mrs. Heckert and daughter Florence are visiting at Otto Becker’s for some time.


Dr. Schultz put a new floor in his office last week.



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