News: East Lynn (16 Feb 1917)
Surnames: Reisner, Saenger, Quicker, Wordell, Braun, Ross, Viergutz, Montag, Bailing, Keller, Schlinsog, Albrecht
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 02/16/1917
Mr. Alfred Reisner returned to camp at Tripoli Saturday morning.
Allen Reisner made a business trip to Marshfield on Saturday.
Mr. Chas. Saenger of South Dakota is visiting relatives in East Lynn.
Roland Quicker was a pleasant caller at the Banner Creamery Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Montag of Chili walked out to attend services in the Lutheran Church last Sunday. After church they called on Mr. and Mrs. H. Wordell.
Mrs. H. Braun spent Thursday afternoon with Mrs. F. Ross.
The Rev. W. Viergutz spent Sunday evening at Mr. Wordell’s.
A large group of young people gathered at the home of Mr. A. Reisner’s Sunday evening, when after a number of games had been played and an appetizing lunch was served, her friends partied at an early hour on Monday. All report having had a very good time.
Did the people living on the east road from the creamery see a streak of mist and snow along the road Monday morning? No, it wasn’t Orval with his Ford, t’was Wm. Bailing galloping after his runaway team, but for the deep snow on the sides of the road which prevented his getting ahead, he would have easily caught them, although they had an eighth of a mile lead. Bill sure is some runner. The team was caught at the creamery.
Did you notice the change in the Keller Store at Lynn? No? Well turn your lights on Mr. A. Ross. Arno had his Charlie Chaplin shaved off last week, saying it was a nuisance in cold weather, in other words an icicle collector. When he talks about it he mentions a name beginning with G. We wonder who it can be.
Miss Lorna Keller was home over Sunday.
With her three week vacation at an end, Miss Verna Keller returned to her work at Granton on Monday.
News in this "city" is as scarce as feathers growing on a cow’s back.
Anita Schlinsog, Lillian Albrecht and Herbert Brauns spent a pleasant evening at Wordell’s on Tuesday.
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