News: Lynn (07 Dec 1917)


Surnames: Hollenbach, Williams, Lee, Erwing, Hankey, Simpson, Gotter, Opelt, Ure, Riedel, Marg, Altenburg, Breseman, Rath, Washburn, Witt, Brooks, Norman, Helm, McInnis, Grassman, Stirlie

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 7 Dec 1917

The Misses Agnes and Esther Hollenbach entertained the girls of the J.H. Club a week ago last Saturday, together with some of the Busy Bee girls.

Miss Frieda Williams is assisting Mrs. T.F. Lee with her household duties during the absence of Mrs. Lee's daughter, Mrs. Erwing.

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hankey autoed to Marshfield Saturday, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Simpson.

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gotter and family autoed over to the town of Levis and visited Mr. and Mrs. Max Opelt on Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Ure and children Vivian and Melvin of Neillsville autoed out and ate Thanksgiving dinner with John Ure and family.

Ray Ure, wife and son Ralph of Chili were Thanksgiving guests of his father, John Ure.

Mr. and Mrs. Ed Riedel and sons Harold and George of Neillsville came over Thanksgiving Day and visited at Aug. Riedel's and Anna Hankey's.

Wm. Simpson, Ed Ure, Albert Marg, Richard Gotter, A. Witt and R.T. Washburn, and Fred Hankey were business callers at Marshfield this week.

Miss Emma Altenburg, Supt. Of Sunday school, and the teachers, are training the children for a Sunday school Christmas entertainment to be given at the town hall Saturday evening, Dec. 23rd.

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Opelt, Carl and Max Opelt Jr. were Sunday guests of the children of the John Ure family.

Fred Breseman came home last week with a fine big buck he had bagged during his hunting trip.

Miss Adeline Breseman of Marshfield, now employed at Dr. Rath's home in Granton, was visiting relatives and friends in this place Sunday.

Fred Breseman of Marshfield, in company with Mr. Stirlie, was seen in town the last days of hunting season.

E.F. Brooks and Mrs. R.C. Norman left Monday for Milwaukee for a few days sojourn.

Henry Helm autoed to Neillsville with his mother and sister, accompanied by Mrs. John Altenburg, on Monday.

Kenny McInnis left for Park Falls this week where he will work in the woods this winter. Mrs. McInnis went to Progress to stay with her father and mother for some time.

Mrs. Elsie Grassman Minor left for her home in Dakota the latter part of last week.

John Breseman and Ed Ure will give a dance at the Lynn Hall Saturday night.



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