News: Lynn (26 Sep 1913)




Surnames: Lockbraum, Schierholtz, Opelt, Breseman, Ure, Sternitzky, Ogden, Washburn, Preston, Dekarske, Montag, Yankee


----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 09/26/1913


Frank Lockbraum and Miss Vera Schierholtz of Neillsville spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Martin.


Miss Lillie Opelt is sick with an attack of pneumonia.


Mrs. John Breseman spent several days this week with her sister, Mrs. Ray Ure in Fremont.


Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ure of Fremont Sunday, Sept. 21st, 1913, a son.


Miss Martha Sternitzky of Marshfield is sewing for Mrs. E. Montag for the past week.


Mrs. Jane Ogden of Viroqua, who was the guest of her niece, Mrs. R.T. Washburn for the past week, left Sunday for Millston to visit for several days.


Frank Preston sold his cheese factory to Henry Dekarske of Chili, consideration $1800.  Mr. Preston, with his family, will return to Cascade until he finds a suitable location.


Mrs. Frank Preston returned from Plymouth last week, leaving little Evelyn with Mr. Preston’s mother at Cascade until they return.


Mr. and Mrs. E. Montag drove to Marshfield one day last week.


Max Opelt autoed to Marshfield last Friday.


Little Dora Yankee, who has been very sick with pneumonia, is now on the gain.




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