News: Lynn (10 Apr 1914)

Contact: Betty Comstock


Surnames: Gotter, Viergutz, Hankey, Riedel Hartson, Brooks, Neitzel, Hollenbach, Nitschke, Neiman, Sternitsky, Sparks, Jensen, Montag, Schuetke, Steinbach, Chapman, Tremelling, Altenburg,

------ Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.) 04/10/1914

The Misses Nora Gotter and Rose Viergutz returned from Milwaukee Sunday after spending the winter at that place.

Fred Hankey and John Riedel have purchased a portable saw mill and are ready to saw lumber for anyone.

Mrs. Henry Hartson of Greenwood visited Mrs. Geo. Brooks over Sunday.

Miss Elsie Neitzel and nieces, the Misses Hollenbach spent Sunday pm with Martha Nitschke.

Mrs. R.C. Neiman and Martha Sternitsky and Edith Sparks spent Sunday with the Chas. Brooks family.

Mrs. Pete Jensen visited several days with the Richard Gotter family at Lindsay.

Mrs. Montag just recently visited her son Herman at Chili for several days.

Carl Schuetke of Cobb, Wis, arrived Sunday morning and spent several days at the Aug. Gotter home.

Mrs. Geo. Brooks who has been sick for some time was slightly on the gain the fore part of this week.

August Gotter was very sick and weak last week when an artery on his leg burst.  He is some better but not able to rise from his bed.

Mrs. Frances Steinbach was given a pleasant surprise Saturday eve by a number of her neighbors and friends, it being a farewell party before her departure for Forest Jct. where she will make her home.

Lester Chapman and sister Myrtle of Omro, Wis. Arrived Friday and visited their uncle Mel Chapman until Wednesday.

Miss Ada Tremelling is spending the week with her cousin Lucile Altenburg.

The Misses Frances and Martha Nitschke were shoppers in Marshfield between trains Monday.

Miss Frances Brooks is enjoying her vacation at home this week.