News: Lynn (1 Sep 1905)


Contact: Stan


Surnames: Sholtz, Altenburg, Brooks, Yorkston, Washburn, Brooks, Holmes, Gaden, Schwickrath, Meyer, Ritzel, Taplin, Bower, Grande, Chandler


----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.)  09/01/1905


Albert Sholtz visited friends in Neillsville Sunday.


Miss Libbie Altenburg returned home from Lindsey where she had been visiting the last two weeks.


Miss Elsie Brooks was shopping in Granton Monday afternoon.


Miss Lizzie Yorkston is assisting Mrs. E.F. Brooks in her house work during this week of threshing.


Mr. and Mrs. R.T. Washburn and daughter Hazel left Saturday to visit friends at Pittsville and Dexterville, returning home Tuesday.  Albert Scholtz attended to the station work during their absence.


Miss Mable Brooks left Sunday for Columbia to commence Monday to teach in the graded school there.  This being her first term of school, we wish success to crown her efforts in her new work.


Miss Gertrude Holmes started Tuesday for Stevens Point, where she will take a course in the Normal school.


Mr. and Mrs. P. Gaden and daughter Clara attended the funeral of Mrs. Jos. Schwickrath at Neillsville last Friday.


Mrs. Anna Meyer and three children of Arcadia, Wis., were the guests of their cousin, Mrs. P. Gaden, and uncle, Henry Ritzel, last week.


Miss Mae Taplin, accompanied by her uncle R. Taplin, visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E.F. Brooks last week Wednesday.


Mrs. M.B. Gaden of West Bend, Wis., is visiting with Mr. and Mrs. P. Gaden this week.


Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bower were guests at the E.F. Brooks home last Sunday.


Next Sunday Rev. Grande will preach his farewell sermon.  We regret to lose Mr. Grande, as he has been with us a long time..


Station agent Washburn transacted business at Marshfield Wednesday.


W.J. Chandler was looking after business in nursery stock at Lake City, Minn., last week.  He also purchased a dog for hunting chickens this fall.


Antone Hogenson made a business trip to Loyal Tuesday.




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