News: Lynn (12 Jan 1917)




Surnames: Brooks, Washburn, Grassman, Ure, Gotter, Schuelke, Hale, Ayers, Holverson, Beauleau, Sternitzky, Davidson, Schafer, Woodworth, Martin Opelt, Altenburg, Helm, Viergutz, Puschek, Witt, Wagner


----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 01/12/1917


Miss Frances Brooks left Sunday for Minneapolis where she will continue her studies in kindergarten work instead of going to Aberdeen, S.D.


Misses Hazel Washburn, Esther Grassman and Gladys Ure came over from Neillsville and spent Saturday and Sunday at home.


Miss Selma Gotter entertained the J.H. Club Saturday afternoon, and Mrs. Schuelke entertained the Busy Bees at the former’s house, therefore enjoying a double celebration of the two clubs.


Those who came over from Neillsville and vicinity to see Mrs. Lucas Hale during her sickness were Mrs. Annie and Elizabeth Ayers and Mrs. Ed Holverson and Mrs. M.F. Beauleau.


Mr. and Mrs. James Davidson and Mr. and Mrs. Schafer of Fremont visited the Wm. Sternitzky family Saturday.


Mrs. W.H. Woodworth of Eau Claire came down last Friday and visited her aunt, Mrs. Hale, during her sickness.


Mrs. Paul Martin and Miss Martha Opelt arrived her Saturday to see their grandma Hale during her sickness.


Mr. and Mrs. August Gotter were very much surprised when several of their near neighbors went to their house and gave them a party on their 38th wedding anniversary.


Werner Altenburg, after a several weeks visit with relatives and friends, returned to his home at Hazel Green, Wis.


F. Helm and Ernest Sternitzky attended the bank meeting at Neillsville Tuesday.


Miss Irene Viergutz went to Rochester, Minn. on Monday.


Ferd Helm celebrated his birthday on Monday.  They entertained Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Helm, Ernest Sternitzky and Ed Sternitzky and family at a six o’clock dinner, and later in the evening Adolph Puschek’s and Wm. Wagner’s came to help him celebrate.


A.C.F. Witt went to Fond du Lac this week to attend the cheese makers convention there.




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