News: Lynn (30 Nov 1917)


Surnames: Sternitzky, Rose, Martin, Lang, Opelt, Keller, Gotter, Becker, Heckert, Witt, Cole, Martin, Hale, Ross, Crooks

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 11/30/1917

Miss Louvilla Sternitzky, who has been visiting her sister Mrs. Hasz at Loganville, Wis. for the past month, returned home Tuesday and the next day, in company with her sister Ann, the left for Rothschild to spend Thanksgiving with their brother Robert and family.

Mr. and Mrs. Arno Ross of Granton were Sunday guests with their parents Mr. and Mrs. John Martin.

News received here that Erenst Sternitzky, who has been visiting his daughter in California for the past 2 months, is on his way home and will stop off in Omaha, Neb, and eat Thanksgiving dinner with Rev. Lang, a former minister of the German Lutheran Church at Mapleworks. Mr. Sternitzky is expected to arrive here the fore part of next week.

Mrs. Max Opelt visited several days in this place last week and all of her old friends were glad to see her.

Mrs. J.I. Keller left the latter part of last week for St. Paul, Minn., where she will visit her sons.

The Sunday school purchased Mrs. Richard Gotter's organ and from time to time there will be collections taken to make the required payments.

O.W. Becker and H.C. Heckert of Appleton are here on business.

Those who attended the cheese convention at Marshfield this week were A.C.F. Witt, Richard Gotter and Alvin Cole.

Mr. and Mrs. John Martin and Mr. Hale spent Tuesday in Granton visiting their daughter Mrs. Arno Ross.

We are glad to learn that the newlyweds, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Brooks, will remain in our midst and take charge of his father's farm. The wedding was a quiet but pretty one, and attended only by relatives. Particulars will be found elsewhere in this paper. They have the best wishes of all who know them.



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