News: Lynn (16 Mar 1917)



Surnames: Gibson, Altenburg, Helm, Moh, Free, Brooks, Coburn, Chapman, Sternitzky, Arndt, Washburn, Bartz, Yordi, Breseman, Witt, Krueger, Ure, Krause, Rose, Keller


----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 03/16/1917


Mr. and Mrs. Gibson of Chili spent Sunday with the Altenburg family.


Mrs. F. Helm is with her sister Mrs. Louis Moh in the town of Grant several days the past week, helping to care for the new son that just arrived.


Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Free of Neillsville were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Brooks Monday.


Miss Nettie Coburn has moved from the town of Sherwood in the house formerly owned by M.L. Chapman.


Little Lucille and Florence Altenburg were on the sick list last week and under the doctor’s care.


Mrs. Henry Sternitzky visited her daughter Mrs. Aug. Arndt at Neillsville part of last week.


Mr. A. Chapman of Oshkosh was here the latter part of last week helping Miss Coburn with the moving of her household goods.


Miss Hazel Washburn came home from Neillsville Saturday and returned to her school duties again on Monday.


Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Brooks of the town of York visited Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Brooks Monday.


Mr. and Mrs. C. Bartz and little child left Friday for Chicago where he has employment.


Mr. and Mrs. Yordi and baby, Miss Krueger and Herman Krueger of Chilton were guests at the H.C. Witt home last week.


Mr. and Mrs. John Breseman, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ure and Martin Krause went to Romadka and were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Rose.


Mrs. R.T. Washburn is the recipient of a beautiful box of Camellia and Japanese Magnolia blossoms from friends in California.


Talk about the extravagance of women and the one of the cabbage for personal adornment.  Why" Geo. R. Brooks can beat eh women for extravagance.  He cannot afford diamonds, he says, but has taken the next in value, a potato, and wears one for a stick pin to adorn his necktie, and is thinking strongly of the onion as a watch charm.


J.L. Keller transacted business at Neillsville this week.




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