News: Lynn (29 Jun 1917)


Surnames: Sternitzky, Norman, Gotter, Brooks, Breseman, Grassman, Altenburg, Washburn, Palmer, Keller, Dankemyer, Montag, Rose, Ure, Blake, Riedel, Nitschke, Gassner, Jensen, Lenhardt, Murphy, Simpson

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 06/29/1917

Martha Sternitzky came over from Marshfield and spent Sunday with her parents and on Tuesday left for Milwaukee to visit Mrs. R.C. Norman.

Richard Gotter and family autoed to La Crosse Sunday on their way to Lansing, Ia., and finding it impossible to cross the river at La Crosse, returned home Tuesday.

E.F. Brooks, after a several days visit with his daughter Mrs. R.C. Norman in Milwaukee, returned home Monday.

Miss Adeline and Susie Breseman of Marshfield visited old friends in this place several days last week. Miss Emma Grassman accompanied Miss Susie to Marshfield for a several days visit.

Gladys Altenburg, on her return from Grand Rapids, visited her grandmother and aunts before going to Sanborn, N.D. to join her parents.

Chas. Altenburg of Sanborn, N.D. spent several days here with relatives, returning home on Wednesday.

R.T. Washburn autoed to Neillsville Saturday with John and Charles Altenburg.

Mr. and Mrs. Palmer of Neillsville visited Mr. and Mrs. J.L. Keller last week.

Mrs. Martin and daughter Ruby, accompanied by Will Dankemyer as Chauffeur and Lucas Hale, transacted business in Marshfield one day last week.

Geo. Brooks arrived Tuesday from Morristown, S.D. to get his automobile. He will return the fore part of next week, accompanied by his daughter Frances.

Mrs. Lizzie Montage went to Chili this week to visit her children.

Mrs. Elmer Rose of Romadka visited her sister Mrs. John Breseman and Mrs. Ed Ure on Monday.

Miss Electa Brooks met with a bad misfortune Monday while pumping water, and not understanding the combination of the pump. The handle flew up and struck her in the moth, breaking off one tooth, dislocating another and lacerating her lip.

Mrs. Wm. Blake of Chicago and Mrs. Bertha Riedel of Granton spent Sunday at Nitschke’s.

Mrs. Gassner of Whitehall is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. Jensen.

Mrs. John Lenhardt was taken very sick one day last week with heart trouble. Dr. Murphy of Granton was called. She is okay.

Mrs. Simpson returned from her trip to Indiana.



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