News: South Lynn - Skeeter Park (14 Feb 1913)
Surnames: Porath, Crowell, Frazier, Smith, Krause, Scheier, Hale, Opelt, Batch, Riedel, Wilson, Lustig,
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.) 02/14/1913
Albert Porath took a trip to Granton on business Tuesday.
Miss Lena Crowell spent Sunday at home.
B.F. Frazier intends to ship a car of hay before long.
Raymond Smith helped Albert Porath butcher this week.
Mrs. Emil Krause visited over Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Scheier.
Lucas hale and Max Opelt were seen on our streets last Monday.
Mrs. Batch visited her daughter, Mrs. Emil Riedel, the first part of the week.
A Wilson patent medicine vendor wended his way thru here early this week.
Fred Lustig came home on a visit to his mother late last week.
Alfred and henry Porath left for Rib Lake last Friday to join their brother Ernest in his work there.
The rumor has reached our ears that the East Lynn brass band intends to give a concert in the near future. Their instructor is to be praised as they are now able to play "Yankee Doodle" backward, and part of "Turkey in the Straw."
A few from here attended the band concert at Granton Friday night and were all pleased with the prgorm. They declared that the music was nearly as good as that rendered by our local musicians.
Our local weather prophets, after studying all the signs, have decided that we will have a late spring, provided that winter does not break up until the last of March.
We wish to apologize for the shortness of our news column this week. We were slightly indisposed on account of a small argument with our wife which was punctuated with the bald headed end of a broom handle.
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