News: Lynn (15 Sep 1911)


Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon



Surnames: Neitzel, Hempe, Nitschke, Tremelling, Altenburg, Montag, Becker, Timmer, Brooks, Marg, Krause, Steinbach, Helm, Hankey, Kier, Christman, Gotter, Breseman, Grassman, Opelt, Yankee, Guk


----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) September 15, 1911


Lynn (15 September 1911)


Otto Neitzel and daughters Laura, Elsie and Mrs. P. Hempe were visitors at the Wm. Nitschke home one day last week.


Mr. and Mrs. J. Tremelling Sundayed with Mr. and Mrs. J. Altenburg


Mrs. Elizabeth Montag spent the greater part of last week with her mother and brothers south of town.


Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Becker and children and Mrs. Timmer spent Sunday with Nasonville friends.


Electa Brooks came home Saturday after a two weeks visit with Neillsville friends.


Gustave Marg and family spent Sunday at Herman Krause’s.


Miss Laura Steinbach entertained the Busy Bee Embroidery Club Saturday p.m.


J. Altenburg Sr. and daughters Etta and Emma called on Granton friends the first of the week.


Mr. and Mrs. F. Helm and Miss Martha Nitschke spent Sunday at the Ridge.


Mrs. Fred Hankey spent several days this week with her mother, Mrs. Kier.


Mrs. W. Christman was the guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gotter Friday.


Clark Brooks is attending high school in Neillsville this year.


Mr. and Mrs. John Breseman spend Sunday with Herman Krause and family.


E. F. brooks and daughter Mrs. E. Montag drove to Nevins on Sunday.


Mrs. Fred Grassman is reported to be on the sick list.


Max Opelt and some of his friends were out chicken hunting Sunday.


Amos Yankee with the broken collar bone and Willie Guk with his burnt leg and arms are improving nicely.


If you want to rent a 5-room house call at Max Opelt’s




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