News: Lynn (22 Aug 1913)
Surnames: Gotter, Altenburg, Breseman, Hankey, Riedel, Goebe, Heckert, Timm, Becker, Westbroker, Backhausen, Brooks, Agen, Lee, Washburn, Trimberger, Sanger, Viergutz, Hahm, Opelt, Martin, Pause, Holst, Simpson, Broker, Schoengarth, Rath
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 08/22/1913
Mrs. Ag. Gotter and daughter Nora left Tuesday for Potters and Random Lake where they will visit with relatives and friends for several weeks. Miss Nora will go to Milwaukee from there to spend the winter.
John Altenburg and daughter Etta and two grandchildren did shopping at Chili late last week.
Threshing is taking the lead in this vicinity, Hankey and Riedel and Oscar Breseman and John Goebe doing the work.
Chas. Heckert and family, accompanied by Mrs. Timm, autoed up from Appleton last week and are spending the week with O.W. Becker and family.
Fred Breseman and Louis Westbroker of Marshfield spent Sunday in this place.
Will Backhausen was given a surprise party Sunday evening in honor of his birthday.
The Misses Beatrice and Francis Brooks entertained the Busy Bees Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. J.B. Agen of Palmyra, Wis. and Miss Ruth Lee of York spent the latter part of last week, guests of Mrs. R.T. Washburn.
A number of young folks in this vicinity spent Sunday evening at John Trimberger’s near Granton.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sanger spent Sunday with the latter’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Viergutz.
R.T. Washburn autoed to Marshfield Monday with the Herman Ham family of Lindsey where they spent the day at the hospital with Mrs. Hahm, who is suffering with a fractured leg.
Max Opelt took in the auto trip last Friday advertising the Clark County fair. The following ladies accompanied him, Misses Ruby and Gertrude Martin Ione Pause, Lillie Opelt. They all report a very fine trip.
P.C. Holst of Veedum transacted business in this place Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. R.T. Washburn spent Sunday evening with the Aug. Broker and W.O. Simpson families at Lindsey.
Max Opelt will give a picnic and dance at the Lynn Park Aug. 24th. Music will be by Schoengarth’s Orchestra. A ball game between the Indians and the Lynn nine will be witnessed in the afternoon.
Martin Breseman has been very sick for the past week and under the care of Dr. Rath of Granton.
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