News: Lynn (22 Apr 1910)


Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon



Surnames: Brule, Opelt, Martin, Beil, Schlinsog, Keller, Guk, Becker, Brooks, Sternitzky, Garbush, Bentz, Voigt, Gotter, Motha,


----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) April 22, 1910


Lynn (22 April 1910)


School will commence in district No. 1 next Monday with Miss Anita Brule as teacher.


On account of the snow storm the dance at Lynn Bowery had to be postponed one week and it will be held Saturday, April the 23rd.


Carl Opelt and son Willie were at Loyal Tuesday.


Max Opelt planted about 80 young box elder trees in his park this spring.


John Martin is getting stone and sand for his new barn which he will build this season.


Sunday, April 10th Adolph Beil celebrated his 81st birthday in the presence of a large number of friends and relatives.  Among those who were present are: Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Schlinsog, Fred Schlinsog, Carl Schlinsog and family, Herman Schlinsog and family, Henry Schlinsog and family, Mrs. Bertha Keller and children, Will Guk and family, Otto Becker and family.


Miss Francis Brooks who has been teaching at Rockham, South Dakota returned home Saturday.


James Sternitzky is on the sick list.


Arthur Garbush transacted business at Granton Tuesday.


Miss Bentz is helping Mrs. Voigt with her household duties this week.


Adolph Voigt was taken to Marshfield to have an operation for appendicitis.


Ferdinand Goiter went to Brillion Saturday to work in a cheese factory.


Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Motha were at Granton Monday.


Earl Brooks started work as census enumerator last Monday.



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