News: Lynn  (17 Apr 1914)

Contact: Betty Comstock


Surnames: Johnson, Steinbach, Nitschke, Helm, Schoengarth, Breseman, Opelt, Riedel, Beechers, Brooks, Gotter, Montag, Norman, Horworth

-----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.) 04/17/1914

Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Johnson moved to the place this week that they purchased of Mrs. Steinbach.

Miss Martha Nitschke spent Easter with friends on the Ridge.

Mr. and Mrs. F. Helm and daughters, Elda and Gertrude went to Neillsville Monday.

Herman Schoengarth of Granton will be here at John Breseman’s to do barber work next Saturday.

Max Opelt will give his first dance of the season in the park pavilion Sat. April 18th.

John Riedel had the misfortune to smash one of his fingers last Monday while working on their new saw mill.

E. Riedel moved his family into the house just recently vacated by Beechers.

Last Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Brooks went to Eau Claire where the following Monday Mrs. Brooks underwent a successful operation for appendicitis.

August Gotter is able to be up and was seen down town one day this week.

Miss Elsie Breseman visited the Misses Gotter for the fore part of the week.

Vivian and Pearl Brooks spent part of Easter Sunday with Mrs. E. Montag and Mrs. R.C. Norman.

Richard Gotter of Lindsey was seen in town Tuesday.

Steve Horworth of Cleveland, O., moved his family and household goods here last week and has purchased 40 acres of land in the southern part of the town of Lynn.           



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