News: Lynn (20 Feb 1914)


Surnames: Altenburg, Helm, Mar, Krause, Mondt, Reisner, Marg, Neinas, Grottke, Helm, Warner, Steinbach, Nitschke, Breseman, Krause, Wirtz, Cole, Norman,  Tremelling, Hankey, Gotter, Schafer, Hubing, Rustad, Becker, Foot, Yorksten, Norman, Brooks, Ure, Washburn, Sternitzky, Opelt

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 02/20/1914

Mrs. John Altenburg Sr. and daughter Emma and Mrs. John Altenburg Jr. and little daughter Lucile and Mrs. Fred Helm attended the Lindsey Ladies Aid held at Mrs. Charles Altenburg’s last week Thursday in East Lynn.  They reported a very enjoyable time.

Albert Mar and Herman Krause have each purchased a new piano.

Wood and bolts are coming in fast since the sleighing started.

Mrs. Mondt has sold her farm to A. Reisner.

Those who have had sand bees the past week are Albert and Gust Marg, E. Neinas, C. Grottke, F. Helm, Wm. Warner and Mrs. Steinbach.

Miss Martha Nitschke is visiting at the Ridge this week.

Mrs. John Breseman and Lattie Krause went to Neillsville last Friday.

Mrs. Jos. Wirtz and daughter Lena and Lena Cole were shopping in Marshfield Tuesday.

Mrs. R.T. Norman was a business caller at Neillsville Thursday.

Mrs. J. Tremelling attended the Embroidery Club meeting at her mother’s last week Wednesday.

The Fred Hankey and Richard Gotter and John Schafer families spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Will Hubing.

The Carnation Art Club held with Mrs. John Altenburg Sr. and Daughter was one of the largest meetings in the history of the Club.  Mrs. Fred Hankey will entertain next month.

Mr. Rustad of Nasonville was accepted a position with O.W. Becker.

Mrs. Wm. Foot and little niece and a nephew, Alice and Ellis after nearly a two months visit with her father Wm. Yorksten of this place and relatives at Neillsville left Monday for her home in Langdon, S.D.

There will be a dance at the town hall the 28th of this month.

Mrs. R.C. Norman spent Sunday at Chas. Brooks north of Granton.

Ed Ure came down from Fremont and spent Sunday at home.

Those from here who attended the lecture at Granton Monday evening were Mr. and Mrs. R.T. Washburn and daughter Hazel, Arthur and Lilli Opelt, Leo and Joseph Sternitzky and Carl Opelt assisting in the orchestra.




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