News: Lynn (13 Oct 1911)


Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon



Surnames: Berman, Becker, Wagner, Opelt, Speiser, Hale, Breseman, Motes, Brooks, Grassman, Lee, Washburn, Gotter, Yankee, Ebbe, Grobe, Gruner, Sternitzky, Keuer, Hankey, Gotter, Viergutz, Helm, Drescher, Theil, Martin, Riedel, Sherman, Hill


----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) October 13, 1911


Lynn (13 October 1911)


Mr. and Mrs. T. Berman of Valdes, Wis., were guests at the O. W. Becker and Wm. Wagner homes last week.


Max Opelt, Mr. and Mrs. John Speiser, Mr. and Mrs. Lucas Hale transacted business at Neillsville Saturday.


Mr. and Mrs. John Breseman spent Sunday at the Chas. Motes home.


Mr. and Mrs. Geo Brooks were Neillsville visitors Sunday.


Henry Grassman came over from Marshfield and visited his parents, Sunday.


Mr. and Mrs. F. Lee and daughter Ruth spent Sunday afternoon at R. T. Washburn’s.


Max Opelt and son Arthur and his father Carl Opelt, Richard Gotter and Henry Gotter and Henry Yankee went to Black River Falls Sunday to view the damages wrought by the flood.


H. Ebbe and family autoed over from Marshfield Sunday to visit relatives.


Miss Lillie Opelt visited at Grobe’s several days this week.


Mrs. Gruner and son Otto of St. Louis arrived Monday and are the guests at the Henry Sternitzky family.


Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Keuer and Family and mother spent Sunday at Fred Hankey’s.


Selma Gotter, Rosa Viergutz and Henry Helm are attending German School at Mapleworks.


Arthur Drescher was seen on our streets Sunday.


Mr. and Mrs. Thiel of Nasonville were guests, at the Otto Becker’s the first of the week.


A nephew of John Martin arrived Tuesday from Plymouth and will visit for some time.  He also attended the Riedel-Sherman wedding.


John Martin and family and Max Opelt and family attended the Sherman-Riedel wedding Tuesday.


School commenced Monday with Miss Hill of Menominee as teacher.


Ed Riedel transacted business in the Town of Sherwood the fore part of the week.


The Dance will be Saturday, the 14th.




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