News: Lynn (11 Apr 1913)
Surnames: Gotter, Garbisch, Altenburg, Ure, Tremelling, Montag, Grassman, Mayhew, Gotter, Howard, Opelt, Faber, Hankey, Riedel, Breseman, Helm, Johnson, Schlinsog, Broker, Washburn, Sternitzky, Jensen, Speiser
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.) 04/11/1913
Richard Gotter and family spent Sunday with Arthur Garbisch and family.
Lenora Gotter returned home from Milwaukee Sunday morning.
John Altenburg has been quite sick and confined to his bed for several days and under the doctor’s care.
John Ure was a business caller at the country seat on Monday and also took in the bank meeting at Chili on the same day.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Temelling, living north of Granton, spent Sunday with the J. Altenburg family.
Mrs. Montag visited her son Herman at Chili on Monday.
Elsie and Alvin Grassman were Marshfield visitors on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mayhew went to Merrillan on Sautrday.
Arthur Garbisch returned from eau Claire alst Tuesday where he underwent a successful operation.
Mrs. August Gotter has been sick for several days.
Miss Beatrice Howard went to Marshfield on Saturday.
Max Opelt will give a dance at the park dance hall Saturday evening, April 12th.
A surprise party was given on the Faber girls Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hankey spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Riedel.
Fred Breseman came over from Marshfield and spent Sunday at home.
Elda Helm and Ruby Martin came over from Granton and spent Sunday at their homes, returning to their work at Granton on Monday.
J.P. Johnson of Good Thunder, Minn. moved his household goods here last week and will locate near Shortville.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Schlinsog spent Sunday with the Aug. Gotter family.
Miss Mable Broker of Lindsey spent Thursday with Miss Hazel Washburn.
Henry Sternitzky spent part of last week at Neillsville on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Jensen and family visited at John Speiser’s Sunday afternoon.
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