News: Lynn (2 Jan 1914)
Surnames: Martin, Altenburg, Green, Nitschke, Helm, Pusheck, Sternitzky, Steinbach, Moh, Tremelling, Broker, Opelt, Tarbox, Washburn, Johnston, Brooks, Nankivel, Keckhofer
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 01/02/1914
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Altenburg and son Werner returned to Hazel Green Monday after a two weeks visit with the John Altenburg family.
Miss Martha Nitschke is spending several weeks at Milwaukee with her sister Mrs. C. Helm.
The John Altenburg family entertained all their relatives for Xmas dinner.
The F. Helm, A. Pusheck, Edward Sternitzky and P. Steinbach families were entertained at the L.E. Moh home Christmas day.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Tremelling of Granton spent Xmas with the latter’s parents Mr. and Mrs. Altenburg.
Miss Nellie Broker visited friends in this vicinity last week.
Arthur and Lillie Opelt visited Wm. Opelt and family at Lindsey, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Martin entertained the Max Opelt family for Christmas dinner.
Mrs. Tarbox after several weeks visit with relatives in this vicinity left for Miles City, Mont. on Monday.
Mrs. S. Washburn left last Saturday for her home at Millston.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Johnston of Oxford spent Xmas with Geo. Brooks’s.
Mrs. G. Nankivel and nephew Rob of East Lynn visited with the Altenburg family Sunday.
Mrs. Frances Steinbach and children are at Forest Jct. spending the holidays with relatives.
Albert and Elmer Keckhofer of West Bend visited at F. Helm’s several days recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo Brooks and daughter Frances and Mrs. William Johnson spent Sunday with Charles Brooks’.
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