News: Lynn (27 Feb 1914)


Surnames: Gotter, Schmitz, Helm, Hantke, Kuechenmeister, Haasz, Altenburg, Tremelling, Brooks, Opelt, Becker, Riedel, Washburn, Hankey, Kimball, Ure

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 02/27/1914

Mrs. August Gotter is on the sick list.

Walter Schmitz is reported to be worse.

Mr. and Mrs. F. Helm on Sunday entertained Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hantke, Mr. and Mrs. Clem Kuechenmeister of the Ridge and Rev. Haasz and wife of Granton.

Mrs. Altenburg and daughter Etta visited friends and Mrs. J. Tremelling in York last Friday.

Ardena Helm has been sick for several days.

Mrs. Geo. Brooks has been sick for several days.

Arthur and Lillie Opelt drove to Marshfield Tuesday.

O.W. Becker had a sand bee on Tuesday.  He will put in a cement floor in his barn in the spring.

Mr. and Mrs. E. Riedel entertained for six o’clock dinner Sunday R.T. Washburn and family.

Mrs. Fred Hankey will entertain the Embroidery Club the 13th of March.  All members and visitors are welcome.

Mrs. Anna Hankey was called to Nasonville latter part of last week to help take care of her son Earnest’s wife who has been quite sick of late.

Mrs. Anna Hankey had the misfortune to loose her driving horse several weeks ago.

Mrs. Geo. Brooks and daughter Frances attended the birthday party given by Miss Emma Kimball at Granton Saturday.

John Ure went to Fremont this week to see his son Ray.

There will be a dance at the town hall Saturday evening the 28th.




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