News: East Lynn (19 May 1911)


Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon



Surnames: Sternitzky, Opelt, Guk, Hoganson, Dietrich, Quicker, Beil


----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) May 19, 1911


East Lynn (19 May 1911)


Albert Sternitzky has got his troubles the same as the rest of us.  One day last week as he was driving through Lynn he encountered Max Opelt with his new auto who asked him in a friendly way to take a ride, so Albert at once abandoned his team and took a seat in the contrivance.  He said that was a surprise to his overalls or the only thing he is used to sit on is his gang plow, and when they were 40 miles in the country he began to feel somewhat funny.  His first thought was that he was attacked by auto fever, but after he got his wits together he happened to think that he had not had any breakfast.  This does not say that his system requires any more nourishment than any other man’s, but he must have his meals regular.


A large number from Sauerkraut City attended the party at Will Guk’s last Saturday evening.


A young man who has not been in this country very long came to the conclusion the other day that working in a sugar beet field and unloading schooners are two different things altogether.


Hogenson’s cat is dead.


H. Dietrich and family attended church services at Chili Sunday.


James Quicker returned to his duties at Neillsville Monday.


The A. Beil family of Lynn spent Sunday afternoon at W. Guk’s.


To send in a little news every week is a very easy matter, but to send items that are fit to publish is quite a different thing.


Louis Sternitzky bought a high stepper last week which he says can go some.



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