News: Lynn (14 Dec 1917)


Surnames: Gotter, Helm, Witt, Altenburg, Tremelling, Thayer, Williams, Sternitzky, Grassman, Simpson, Keller, Ross, Martin, Woelffer

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 14 Dec 1917

Richard Gotter won a five dollar gold piece as a prize for a cheese that tested 96.75 at the cheese convention at Marshfield, held there in November. Richard made the cheese while in charge of a cheese factory at Rozellville last year, and is now employed at the A.C.F. Witt factory in this place.

Mrs. Chas. Helm visited Mrs. Woelffer at Neillsville last week.

Henry helm autoed to Marshfield Friday with mrs. John Altenburg and children Lucile and Florence, and Miss Etta Altenburg, where that day they visited their sister, Mrs. James Tremelling.

The Sunday school entertainment will be held Saturday, Dec. 22. The date of the 23rd in last week's paper was an error.

Mrs. Thayer, our school instructor, is training her scholars for a Xmas entertainment at the close of school. The date of entertainment will be in the paper next week.

The shower given Miss Frieda Williams last Saturday evening held at the Wm. Sternitzky home was attended by about 75 people. She received many beautiful and useful gifts. Miss Frieda will be married to Mr. Gilbert Sternitzky in the near future.

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Grassman autoed to Neillsville one day last week, accompanied by Mrs. Chas. Helm.

Wm. Simpson went to Marshfield Saturday afternoon.

J.L. Keller has the new addition to his store nearly completed.

Mr. and Mrs. Grover Keller and children of St. Paul arrived Monday and are the guests of their aprents, Mr. and Mrs. J.L. Keller.

Several of the August Arndt children of Neillsville were guests of their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Hy. Sternitzky during Thanksgiving week.

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

There was no Sunday school or services by the minister Sunday p.m. The weather was so cold.



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