News: Lynn (13 Apr 1917)


Surnames: Tremelling, Chubb, Sternitzky, Folz, Opelt, Brooks, Neipert, Keller, Witt, Voight, Breseman, Schultz, Martin, Washburn, Ure, Lenhardt, Morris, Grassman

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 04/13/1917

Mrs. James Tremelling and little daughter Adelia arrived Saturday and visited her mother and family until Monday.

C.W. Chubb left Wednesday for Milwaukee to visit his brother.

The Sternitzky brothers have finished the carpenter work on the Paul Folz store. Part of the lower half of the store has been made into living rooms.

Max Opelt of the town of Levis spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives and old friends in this place.

Roy Brooks made several trips to Marshfield this week to have dental work done.

Mr. and Mrs. J. Neipert of Loyal visited Mr. and Mrs. John Keller last Tuesday.

Miss Frances Brooks arrived home from Eau Claire Saturday and will spend the week with her parents before their departure for the west.

A.C.F. Witt and Adolph Voight transacted business at Marshfield one day last week.

Miss Susie Breseman of Marshfield visited Mabel Schultz from Saturday until Monday.

John Martin left last week Wednesday for Plymouth and from there has gone to Waukesha to take treatments for rheumatism at the sanitarium.

Misses Hazel Washburn and Gladys Ure returned to Neillsville after a week’s Easter vacation.

Mrs. John Lenhardt visited friends in Marshfield last Friday.

Levi Morris, with a car of emigrant movables, left Wednesday for Hartland.

Geo. Brooks went to Loyal on business this week.

Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ure spent Sunday with friends at Star Corners.

The young folks in the John Ure family gave a maple sugar party one day last week and Leo Grassman gave a sugar party Friday night. All had a sweet time.



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