News: Braun Settlement (16 Mar 1900)
Contact: Duane Horn
Surnames: Steinert, Braun, Toetsch, Wilck, Poppe, Pautz, Walters, Horn, Schulte, Warncke, Thielen, Johnson, Drinkwine, Mabie, Carlon
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner, March 16, 1900.
Mr. Steinert was a friendly caller at the home of W. E. Braun Sunday.
Eggie Toetsch returned Monday for a few days rest.
Theodore Wilck had his brains nearly knocked out last week, caused by a limb striking him on the forehead cutting deep gash.
The Misses Tillie Poppe, Mary Pautz, Minnie Walters and Lillie Walters attended church here Sunday. Ask Willie Horn if he wasn’t glad to see Lillie.
Louisa Schulte of Green Grove, is working for Mrs. C. A. Braun.
Miss Minna Braun returned to her school duties at Greenwood, after a two week’s vacation.
John Warncke fell and hurt his spine last week and is now laid up.
Mr. Henry Thielen was a settlement caller this week.
T. Johnson went to Thorp Monday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. George Drinkwine took their daughter out for the first time Sunday, so she could see her Grandpa and Grandma Mabie.
Wm Horn came home from Carlon’s mill last week on account of sickness.
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