News: East Lynn (7 Feb 1913)
Surnames: Garbush, Retzlaff, Ridderbush, Lindow, Breseman, Dusseldorf, Sternitzky, Albrecht, Nelson, Stone, Eide, Gibson, Kleinschmidt, Hutt, Heft, Zuehlke, Jensen, Snow, Portz
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.) 02/07/1913
Oh no, Lindsey you are slightly mistaken, there is no slump in religion here, but the fact is the structure is in greater demand elsewhere. The heathens in this neighborhood are all converted with small danger of any backsliding, and if we should become aware of the fact that another one will be removed from a visiting where it has passed it useful stage, we will call your attention that you may secure in your behalf.
Arthur Garbush is expected home from Chicago the latter part of the week.
The Misses Clara and Emma Retzlaff and Miss Ella Ridderbush spent Sunday evening at W. Albrecht’s.
Emil Lindow and family spent Sunday at Philip Breseman’s.
Everybody seems to be getting the band fever. Even East Lynn is organizing one, although at present there are only three members, namely a man, a boy and a bugger, and will be known as the haggar shag band. Professor Dusseldorf, a distant relative of the emperor has been secured to act as instructor and ring master. The leading pieces that will be played are as follows: Die Wacht am Rhein, Hi Le, Hi Lo, and a few coon songs. As time passes some new members will be added and those that cannot learn to play may sing, anything to make a noise. Oscar Sternitzky, who is possessed with a gift to look into the future, is predicting a shortage in violin strings and is already raising cats with extra-large intestines and soon a factory will be established to manufacture the raw material into strings to supply this and the surrounding bands with strong repairs that they may saw away to their hearts content
A well appearing man from Chicago or some other place was in this neighborhood looking up a location with the intention to start some kind of business. He was heard to make the remark that East Lynn was the most beautiful place that ever human eyes rested upon, and furthermore say as the inhabitants are possessed with enormous big feet, a shoe shop might be a good paying proposition, and as business improves he is thinking of publishing a newspaper in connection with his other business. The paper will no doubt be called the shoe makers journal. Price 25 cents per year in advance.
Mr. G. Nelson of Eau Claire called on Mr. and Mrs. A.P. Stone last Saturday, and Sunday returned to his home, accompanied by Mrs. Stone, who is Mr. Nelson’s sister-in-law.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Eide returned from their Madison trip last Friday.
The second day of February was very cold and if the ground hog really did look for his shadow, he is almost as foolish as Tom Gibson.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kleinschmidt were Chili callers Monday.
John Hutt and John Hefty, both of Chili, the former an Arab and the latter Jew, have been appointed by the government to run the first boat through the Panama canal.
Mr. Fred Zuehlke returned home from Milwaukee last Friday.
Herman Jensen attended the annual bank meeting of the Chili State Bank, Monday.
Glen Snow, a well-known resident of the town of Fremont, swears by everything that is good to eat that he saw some paper where Woodrow Wilson had appointed the East Lynn correspondent as minister to Russia.
The ground hog says 6 weeks more winter.
Herman Portz was in Chili with his fish pole Monday trying to catch suckers on Main Street.
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