News: East Lynn (24 Nov 1911)


Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon



Surnames: Lindow, Knoop, Guk, Opelt, Dietrich, Neinas, Albrecht, Reisner, Henning, Knoll, Sternitzky, Pusheck, Kleinschmidt, Zuehlke, Hale


----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) November 24, 1911


East Lynn (24 November 1911)


A young man who was married a short time ago met a friend on the street the day after the wedding and while they exchanged handshakes his friend wished him much joy through life’s journey.  He took it for granted that his friend meant he and his wife were going to travel the rest of their lives and said he was not going far.  Ignorance thou art indeed a burden.


Mr. and Mrs. A. Lindow and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Knoop were Granton callers last Friday.


Chas Guk had a load of feed ground at Max Opelt’s at Lynn last Friday.


H. Dietrich invested in a new sleigh which he purchased in Chili one day last week.


Mr. and Mrs. Will Neinas and daughter Clara were over Sunday guests at W. Albrecht’s.


Any person that has got any sugar beets left to haul would do well to call on Wm. Reisner. The load that he hauled for Mr. Neinas last Saturday knocked everything silly except the beets.  He is ready to take an oath that if he had not lost one going up J. Henning’s hill his load would have weighed 7,000 lbs.


H. A. Knoll of Heathville took a trip to Marshfield one day last week and returned with a dachshund which he intends to use for hunting rabbits this fall.  Hank says a dog may be ever so well trained, but there is always something that he can learn.  So upon his arrival at Chili he stopped at A. Martin’s place of business and gave him a few pointers in Schafekopf as a side line.


Mrs. C. Neinas and children of Granton called on R. Guk’s Sunday.


The Sternitzky brothers sawed wood for A. Pusheck Monday.


H. Dietrich says when the moon changes the snow is going to leave us. An old lady gave him these predictions and we hope they will prove correct for our clover hay is still out in the field.


L. A. Kleinschmidt took a load of hogs to Chili Tuesday.


The youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Zuehlke is dangerously sick with spinal disease.


R. Guk butchered a hog for Lucas Hale Tuesday.




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