News: Lynn (30 Mar 1917)



Surnames: Schmidt, Opelt, Altenburg, Ross, Keller, Witte, Dankemyer, Schultz, Marg, Schultz, Washburn, Brooks, Schmitz, Sternitzky, Ure, Neitzel, Farrington, Hankey, Riedel, Witt, Jensen, Waterman, Wage


----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 03/30/1917


Miss Emma Schmidt visited Mrs. Arthur Opelt in the town of Levis last week, returning home Saturday.


Miss Gladys Altenburg, who had been taking teachers training at Grand Rapids, Wis., came here and stayed with her grandmother Altenburg this week and did cadet and practice work in District No. 4 in Miss Elsie Nietzel’s School.  She finished her week’s work and returned to Grand Rapids Monday to take up her school duties again.


Arno Ross resigned his position at the J.L. Keller Store and accepted a position with H.C. Witte in Granton.


Will Dankemyer has accepted the position made vacant by Arno Ross.


Miss Erna Schultz celebrated her 12th birthday Sunday by giving a party to her friends of her age.  All enjoyed themselves.  A fine luncheon was served and many remembrances of the happy occasion were present her.


Ed Marg transacted business at Neillsville Saturday.


Miss Mable Schultz and Clara Marg went to Marshfield Wednesday.


Mrs. R.T. Washburn returned from her visit at Millston on Saturday.


Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Brooks went to Neillsville last week Thursday.


Mrs. Pete Schmitz went to Marshfield last Thursday and visited friends in the Marshfield hospital.


Carl Opelt of Levis came up Tuesday and will act as best man at the wedding of his cousin Leo Sternitzky.


Miss Gladys Ure came over from Neillsville and spent Sunday under the parents’ roof.


Mrs. Neitzel and daughter Elsie transacted business at Marshfield Saturday.


Mr. Farrington of Columbus transacted business here this week.


Rolland Washburn of Lindsey was seen in town Monday.


Ernest Hankey returned from Tripoli the latter part of the week.


Mrs. Ernest Hankey and children, accompanied by her father Herman Riedel, returned with him from Nasonville last week.


Mrs. A.C.F. Witt returned from her visit at Clintonville last week Tuesday.


A large shower was given on Miss Jensen and Leo Sternitzky at the latter’s home Saturday evening.  A large crowd gathered and they received many useful gifts.


J. Waterman of Chili, another of the Grand Rapids training pupils, practice cadet work in the Lynn school last week under Miss Gladys Wage.




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