News: Lynn (03 Apr 1914)

Contact: Betty Comstock


Surnames: Sternitzky, Arneson, Marian, Breseman, Wiertz, Ure, Anding, Opelt, Nevins, Zimendorf, Beecher

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.) 04/03/1914

Henry Sternitzky transacted business at Neillsville the latter part of last week.

John Arneson of Abbotsford arrived Thursday to visit with the J. Marian family and his sister Clara, who closed her school on Friday.  They both left on Saturday for Abbotsford.

Those who transacted business at Marshfield the past week were John Breseman, Carl Wiertz, Ed Ure, Oscar Breseman, Chas. and Otto Anding.

Mrs. Simpson and little Opel, Mrs. Wm. Opelt of Lindsey were calling on friends in Lyon Monday eve.

Miss Martha Sternitzky of Marshfield arrived Tuesday and will sew an indefinite time for Mrs. H.C. Norman.

Miss Sparks of Nevins is assisting with the household work in the E.F. Brooks family.

Arthur and Lillie Opelt went to Neillsville last Saturday, the later to have dental work done.

The Misses Grace and Sadie Zimendorf and Mrs. R. Schreiber of Sherwood were visitors of Mrs. J. Breseman the fore part of the week.

Wells Beecher has accepted a position with the Thorp Butter and Cheese Co. of Thorp. Mr. Beecher will have complete management of the factory he has charge of.  He is moving his household goods and family this week.

Mr. and Mrs. Max Opelt attended the Married Folks dance at Granton Friday evening.

Max Opelt will give an Easter dance at the park Saturday, April 18th.




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