News: Lynn (6 Apr. 1900)

Contact: Duane Horn

Surnames: Chamberlin, Brooks, Garbusch, Opelt, Wirscheim, Schultz, Jackish, Hoover, Huron, Doughty, Neitzel, Kleinsmith, Sternitzsky, Kurth, Winters, Chubb

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark County, Wis.) 6 Apr. 1900


The entertainment given by Bertha Chamberlin at the close of her school Saturday evening was a great success.

A. Brooks and wife made a visit on Sunday in Dextervile.

Arthus Garbusch has bought the forty owned by Carl Opelt -- consideration $1250.

Tony Wirscheim and Will Schultz have gone to N. Dakota for the summer.

Rudoph Jackish and C. E. Brooks are home for a brief vacation.

Thomas Hoover arrived home last week from Irma.

A number from here attended Woodmen meeting at Nasonville and had the pleasure of hearing the great impersonator, Horace Huron. We advise all Woodmen to secure him for an entertainment, if they want something good.

Allie Hoover has sold his big team to Oscar Doughty.

Following are the town officers elected Tuesday:

Supervisors - George R. Brooks, chairman, Otto Neitzel and Leo Kleinsmith.

Clerk - Henry Sternitzsky

Treasurer - Robt. Kurth

Assessor-Henry Winters

Justice of the peace - C. W. Chubb.



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