News: Lynn News (16 Jan 1914)


Surnames: Opelt, Neitzel, Gotter, Nitschke, Altenburg, Christman, Ure, Martin, Hankey, Opelt, Washburn, Osgood, Downing

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 01/16/1914

Miss Lillie Opelt entertained the Busy Bee Embroidery Club Sat.

Miss Elsie Neitzel came over from Merrillan and spent Saturday and Sunday under the parental roof.

Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Gotter were victims of a pleasant surprise party on Wednesday eve. Jan. 6th, it being their 35th wedding anniversary. All report a very pleasant time.

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Nitschke are on the sick list.

The Misses Emma and Etta Altenburg spend Sunday afternoon with relatives at East Lynn.

Willard Christman was a visitor here Tuesday.

Wm. Nitschke had the misfortune to lose one of his best cows last week.

Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Gotter are reported among the sick this week.

Miss Martha Nitschke returned home Friday after a two weeks visit with her sister in Milwaukee.

Those from here who attended the First National Bank meeting at Neillsville Tuesday were John Ure, John Martin, Fred Hankey, Max Opelt, and son Arthur, and R.T. Washburn.

Mr. and Mrs. Mot Osgood and children went to Pittsville to visit relatives, Friday and returned Mon.

Mrs. F.A. Downing left Sat. for Atlanta after a several days visit with her sister Mrs. R. T. Washburn.



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