News: East Lynn (07 Dec 1917)


Surnames: Grottke, Pusheck, Reisner, Franke, Lichte, Elmhorst, Grassman, Speiser, Henning, Gaden, Chubb, Lemke, Wagner, Hornick, Breseman, Krause

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

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Grottke and daughter Dorothy were guests at the Adolph Pusheck place for Thanksgiving.

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Grottke and his brother Hank were at the Alfred Reisner place Monday.

Mrs. Anna Reisner and daughter Elda and son Allen were at the Wm. Reisner place for Thanksgiving supper.

Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Franke were visitors at Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lichte's Thanksgiving evening.

Mr. Louis Elmhorst was to Granton on business Wednesday.

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Grassman and son Johnnie were guests of the Fred Grassman family on Thanksgiving.

Mr. and Mrs. John Speiser and daughter Elsie were visitors at the Fred Grassman home for Thanksgiving.

Mrs. Anna Reisner and daughter Elda were the visitors of the Pashkey lace for Thanksgiving dinner.

Mr. Fred Lichte was a Chili caller on Friday.

John Henning's daughters are at the John Speiser place since Friday.

Mr. Henry Gaden of Minnesota is visiting his sister Mrs. Dick Chubb since Thursday.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reisner and family were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Reisner for Thanksgiving supper. A delicious supper was served and all had a very pleasant time.

Mr. William Reisner autoed to Marshfield on Friday.

A surprise party was given to Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Pusheck Saturday evening.

A few of the east Lynn folks saw an airship again last week Friday. It was going southwest. This was the third airship that was seen.

Charles Lemke had a shed raising Saturday.

Arthur Chubb, Louis Elmhorst, Charles Reisner and William Wagner autoed to Chili to attend the Equity meeting Saturday evening.

Tony Hornick, Walter Breseman, and Miss Lottie Krause were callers at the Charles Reisner place on Sunday.

Dick Chubb and family were Neillsville visitors on Saturday.

John Speiser's and Arthur Grassman's families were at Neillsville on Saturday.



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