News: Lynn (5 Dec 1913)
Surnames: Ziemendorf, Krause, Breseman, Opelt, Montag, brooks, Arndt, Riedel, Arneson, Norman, Wiertz, Sternitzky, Riedel, Hankey, Books, Scholtz
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 12/05/1913
Miss Grace Ziemendorf of Pittsville was the guest of Mrs. John Breseman and Miss Agnes Krause the latter part of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Opelt entertained some thirty relatives and friends for Thanksgiving dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Montag of Cedarhurst spent Sunday at the E. Brooks home.
August Arndt left Saturday for Superior.
Mr. and Mrs. August Arndt left Saturday for Superior.
Mr. and Mrs. August Arndt entertained relatives from Milwaukee last week.
Mrs. Ed Riedel will entertain the Carnation Art club Friday p.m. All members are heartily invited to come.
The school entertainment given by Miss Arneson and her scholars Saturday evening which represented Thanksgiving to the fullest extent was well attended and appreciated by all.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Opelt of Lindsey spent Thanksgiving with max Opelt and family.
Mrs. R.C. Norman visited friends in Marshfield the latter part of last week.
Tony Wiertz, after a several weeks visit with his parents, returned to Minneapolis last Friday.
Miss Lena Wiertz went to Neillsville Monday, returning on Tuesday.
Mos. Wiertz has added to his premises some large sheds to shelter the teams.
Robert Sternitzky of Mosinee is here on business to see to shipping of hay.
Mr. and Mrs. John Breseman spent Sunday at Nevins visiting with the Ziemendorf family.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Riedel spent Thanksgiving with the latter’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Riedel.
John Riedel of Nasonville is spending the week with Fred Hankey.
Max Opelt received a large display of Christmas goods.
The Geo. R. Brooks family spent Thanksgiving with the Chas. Brooks family north of Granton.
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