News: Lynn (2 Sep 1965)


Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon



Surnames: Reisner, Sternitzky, Panning, Foote, Gotter, Grassman, Cleveland, Kegler, Hasz, Schwanebeck, Tober, Krause, Dahlke, Brooks, Knothe, King, Lindow


----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) September 2, 1965


Lynn (2 September 1965)


Mrs. Emma Reisner, who was a patient in a Marshfield hospital after suffering a heart attack two weeks ago, returned home Saturday.


Gary Sternitzky, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Sternitzky, returned home Thursday from Germany, where he was in service for 18 months.


Mr. and Mrs. Harold Panning of Fort Wayne, Ind., were guests Monday at the William Foote home.  Mrs. Panning is the former Lavern Gotter of Granton, and Mr. Panning is a former parochial school teacher at Zion Lutheran School, Granton.


The following guests were present at the John Grassman home Sunday at a dinner and supper in honor of his birthday: Mr. and Mrs. Melbourne Cleveland and family of Wisconsin Rapids, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Kegler and family of Arpin, and Mrs. Olga Grassman.


Sunday dinner and supper guests at the Albert Hasz home, in honor of his birthday, were: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schwanebeck, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Schwanebeck and family and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Schwanebeck and family, all of Sherwood.


Mr. and Mrs. Emil Tober of Unity visited Mr. and Mrs. Martin Krause Sunday.


Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dahlke and family and Mr. and Mrs. James Dahlke and son, James, Jr., of Loyal, were Sunday supper guests at the Henry Dahlke home.


Mr. and Mrs. Clark Brooks attended the funeral of a relative, Mrs. Richard J. Knothe, in Madison Thursday. 


Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hasz and James and Vickie were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Julius King in Grand Marsh, and Sunday supper guests at the Arthur Lindow home in Westfield.




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