News: Lynn (05 Oct 1917)


Surnames: Sternitzky, Trimberger, Altenburg, Yankee, Schultz, Shafter, Schuelke, Gotter, Wellner, Benesch, Witt, Folz, Lenhardt, Burgie, Hankey, Simpson, Kier, Cole, Martin, Dankemyer, Ross

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 10/05/1917

Ernest Sternitzky of this place and John Trimberger of Granton left Wednesday for Colfax, Calif., where the former will visit his daughter Bertha.

John Altenburg is building a new silo, Arthur Yankee, Herman Schultz and John Shafter doing the work.

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schuelke of Cobb, Wis., who autoed up here and visited the Aug. Gotter family and Schuelke's on the Ridge road, returned home by auto on Monday.

Misses Mary Wellner and Marie Benesch of Marshfield, on their way to Lindsey to visit the former's brother, spent several hours in this place Tuesday.

Mrs. A.C.F. Witt and little daughter left last week to visit relatives in the eastern part of the state.

Paul Folz and the John Lenhardt family moved to Marshfield on Monday.

Carl Burgie ahs returned to Lynn after an absence from here all summer.

Mrs. Fred Hankey, accompanied by Mrs. Wm. Simpson and Mrs. Kier, autoed to Marshfield last Friday.

Mrs. Walter Sternitzky and children returned from Janesville Tuesday.

Miss Myrtle Cole, our teacher, will give a basket social and entertainment at the schoolhouse Friday evening. Everybody is invited.

Wednesday afternoon, the many friends of Misses Ruby and Gertrude Martin gave them a surprise shower. Many useful and beautiful gifts were given them. Their wedding date has been set for Oct. 17th, where the two girls will be married the same day. Miss Ruby to William Dankemyer of Chili, and Miss Gertrude to Arno Ross of this place.



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