News: East Lynn (11 Apr 1913)
Surnames: Burdick, Kaddatz, Guk, Quicker, Steinbach, Jensen, Stechert, Wiertz, Lindow, Sternitzky, Altenburg, Schultz
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.) 04/11/1913
George Burdick is the proud possessor of a fine piece of dog flesh imported from a foreign country. This combination of the canine type is a cross between the grey house and a jackerel. George says the beast is becoming so intelligent and human like that it already east a piece of bread and butter with good relish.
Gustave Kaddatz is in favor of women’s suffrage. At least until he has secured a helpmate.
Miss Elizabeth Guk, who has been visiting the past few weeks among relatives and friends, expects to return to Milwaukee the 16th of this month and take up her duties as nurse in the Lake Side Hospital.
Mrs. James Quicker and children spent Sunday at Phil Steinbach’s.
The telephone line will be extended one mile south in the near future and following are the names of those who will put in the phone, Will and Charles Guk, and Henry Jensen.
Mrs. Reinhold Stechert was sewing for Mrs. W. Guk a few days last week.
Will Guk delivered a load of hay to Lynn Monday for Joe Wiertz.
Never in the history of maple sugar making has there been such an enormous flow of sap as is reported this spring. It is stated on good authority that last Saturday Emil Lindow was compelled to pull the trees and cork up the holes to prevent a flood that threatened to be as disastrous as those in the southern states. Alvin Sternitzky, who has never been accused of telling an untruth and is noted for his business qualities, has ordered 1,000 spouts with 2 inch holes that the sap which rushes out of the trees this spring in a tremendous stream may run more freely and reduce the danger of the tree bursting.
One of Chas. Altenburg’s children is sick with inflammation of the stomach. Dr. Schultz is in attendance.
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