News: East Lynn (17 Nov 1911)


Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon



Surnames: Franke, Quicker, Grade, Lee, Moh, Pusheck, Sternitzky, Burdick, Pusheck, Guk, Hankey, Riedel


----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) November 17, 1911


East Lynn (17 November 1911)


Oscar Franke sawed wood for Jim Quicker, Monday.


Miss Louisa Grade left Tuesday morning for a weeks stay with her sister Mrs. Vint Lee.


Carl Moh helped A. Pusheck with his farm duties last Friday and Saturday.


Mrs. Louis Sternitzky spent Tuesday with her parents Mr. and Mrs. A. Burdick.


Miss Lydia Pusheck spent the past week at L. E. Moh’s.


The deer hunting season has opened and the way that the nimrods march through here for the hunting grounds is indeed a sight to behold.  Some are old hands at the game while others with their red caps and glistening gun barrels, their courage screwed up to the bursting point and a severe dose of buck-fever before they leave home could not tell a deer from a screech owl.  All they know is that their intended victim has split hoofs and white tail.  So when anything of that description catches their eye they simply blaze away regardless of human life.


Since the hunting season opened C. Guk chained his Billy goat to the dog house; Corbett’s former home, to protect him from the hunters’ terrible onslaught.


Hankey and Riedel started out Tuesday with their machine to finish up the season’s threshing.


All indications point to a long and severe winter, for already the ground hog is snuggly in his den, old boras is howling to beat four of a kind. A large number of sugar beets safely anchored in the ground, a few frozen ears now and then, A. Lindow’s trip south after a load of kindling wood and the dismal hoot of the owl are all unfailing signs of approaching winter.




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