News: Lynn (27 Mar 1914)

Contact: Betty Comstock


Surnames: Gall, Feutz, Norman, Haddegan, Wiertz, Opelt, Altenburg, Tremeling, Johnson, Gotter, Viergutz, Buss, Schier, Teatz, Sternitzky,  Breseman, Washburn, Holmes, Beecher,

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.) 03/27/1914

Mrs. Albert Gall and Mrs. Feutz of Nevins were guests of Mrs. R.C. Norman Saturday and Sunday.

T. Haddegan of Neillsville is putting in the new Acetelyn lights in Joe Wiertz’s hotel and saloon.

Max Opelt shipped a car of oats Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. John Altenburg and daughter Etta and Emma visited the J. Tremeling family in Fremont last Sunday.

Oscar Johnson had an auction sale Thursday.

A. Gotter and daughter Selma and Mr. and Mrs. A. Viergutz and daughter Irene were Marshfield visitors Friday of last week.

Mrs. Chas. Buss and Mrs. John Schier are quite ill and under the doctor’s care.

Mrs. Robert Teatz visited friends in this vicinity this week.

School closed in the Brooks District last Friday for several weeks’ vacation.

The Lynn School will close Friday for one week’s vacation.

Max Opelt and W.C. Beecher autoed to Marshfield Tuesday.

Mrs. Walter Sternitzky returned from her trip to Oshkosh, Saturday.

Mrs. August Teatz gave a feather bee to a crowd of her friends Tuesday.

Richard Gotter has purchased the cheese factory at Lindsey and moved family and household goods Saturday.

Carl Opelt is visiting his son Will, at Lindsey this week.

Miss Addie Breseman visited Lulu Beecher at Granton Thursday.

Mrs. R.C. Norman was shopping in Marshfield Tuesday.

Mr. and Mrs. Max Opelt and Mrs. R.T. Washburn called on the H.B. Holmes family in Granton Sunday.

R.C. Beecher and daughter Lulu of Granton spent Sunday at W.C Beecher’s.

Max Opelt will give an Easter dance at the Park, Saturday, April 18th.




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