News: East Lynn (5 Jan 1912)
Contact: Verna (Welk) Quicker
Nankivell, Conrad, Knoop, Retzlaff, Rathke, Sternitzky, Lautenbach,
Moldenhauer, Kleinschmidt, Dietrich, Garbush
----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.)
Herman Keller is bemoaning the loss of his
faithful dog. For some parties who take pleasure in
destroying other people’s property without thinking that they
are staining their character, administered a dose of poison one day
last week, and on Sunday the poor animal who was a pet of the
household and was never known to harm anybody, expired. What
is going to become of this country when harmless dogs are
slaughtered and curs. are allowed to roam unmolested, even though
they appear sometimes in human form. Mr. Keller is offering a
ten dollar reward for information that will lead to the guilty
R. Nankivell says a hog is a hog
and will always stay a hog. One day last week as he was on
his way to market or some other place with one of his hogs he, the
hog, not Robert, became disgusted with his company and surroundings
thought he would get off and walk. But Robert became aware of
his intentions and just as the porker had protruded through the end
gate he took it in a fond embrace, but try as he would he could not
hold this creature. So as a last resort gave it a number ten
broad side and started alone on his journey, but the faithful
animal was game and followed his master to their destination
without further trouble.
Henry Conrad had
the misfortune to lose a horse last Friday.
Louis Knoop and his brother Frank are cutting bolts for Henry
Rev. Rathke of Maple Works drove out and
christened the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sternitzky
Monday. The youngster will be known hereafter as Master
August Lautenbach is going to
move his saw mill on the old site as soon as there are sufficient
logs to keep him going. The place is on A. Sternitzky’s
property where W. Moldenhauer has been sawing the past few
Kleinschmidt after spending the holidays with her parents returned
to her duties at Grand Rapids Tuesday morning.
Dietrich took veal calves to Chili Tuesday morning.
Among those who attended the christening at
Louis Sternitzky’s Monday were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sternitzky
and Mrs. John Garbush, also Oscar and Joseph Sternitzky accompanied
by their best girls.
If a lady should have the
misfortune to break her knee she ought to go to Jerusalem
that’s where the Shee-neys grow.
Kind friends heed this warning,
Though your suit be tailor made,
You would look more becoming
If you’d patronized home
Let not your troubles grieve you
And don’t go on a spree,
For a Beaver works the hardest
When he is cutting down a
You may seem sad and weary,
Let not that always be;
Just take a drink of smile-on
When your suit comes C. O. D.
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