News: Lynn (20 Mar 1914)
Contact: Betty Comstock
Surnames: Norman, Montag, Johnson, Brooks, Sterniztsky, Opelt, Paulson, Dankemyer, Hankey, Grassman, Ameson, Beecher, Breseman, Gotter, Ure, Helm, Steinbach, Lee, Altenburg, Bartz, Behn, Bentrz
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.) 03/20/1914
Mrs. R.C. Norman was a Neillsville visitor Friday.
Mrs. E. Montag of Cedarhurst visited with friends at this place Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. Wm. Johnson after an extended visit with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Brooks left for Morristown S.D. last Friday.
Walter Sterniztsky has been sick for several days.
Miss Louvilla Sterniztsky returned home from Mosinee Saturday after a several months visit with her brother Robert.
Max Opelt and daughter Lillie went to Neillsville Friday. Lillie having dental work done and Max returned with his auto which had been at Pete Paulson’s garage for repairs.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Opelt of Lindsay visited friends in town this week.
Mrs. Aug. Dankemyer of Chili came over and attended the Emb. Club meeting at Mrs. Fred Hankey’s Saturday.
Mrs. R.C. Norman visited relatives in Nevins Sunday.
John Martin and Fred Grassman transacted business in Marshfield on Saturday.
Max Opelt received a carload of feed Friday.
Miss Clara Ameson was shopping in Neillsville Saturday.
Little Merlin Beecher has been sick with an attack of bronchitis.
Mr. and Mrs. Beecher of Granton visited their son Wella and family Sunday.
Oscar Breseman returned on Tuesday from Spirit Falls where he has been employed this winter.
Robert Gotter transacted business at Marshfield Wednesday.
Mrs. Ray Ure of Fremont has been visiting the John Ure family for the past week.
Elda Helm spent Sunday at home.
Mrs. Frances Steinbach and her brother who is visiting her from Forest Jct. drove to Neillsville the fore part of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Lee of York were callers at John Altenburg’s Saturday.
Fred Bartz and Laura Behn of York spent Sunday with the Misses Bertha and Elda Helm.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bentrz celebrated their silver wedding Monday by giving a party to their friends.
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