News: East Lynn (30 Jan 1914)

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Surnames:  Singer, Omhold, Fischer, Sternitzky, Renne, Lindow, Hogenson, Portz, Eide

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 01/30/1914

After selling two car loads of silos, Chas. Singer returned to his home in Rockham, S.D. Thursday.

Carl Omhold found a horse blanket last week on his way to Marshfield in the vicinity of Ebbe.

Earnest Fischer’s cheese factory located at the county line held their annual meeting Wednesday evening.

Alvin Sternitzky is busy hauling logs to Chili.

Russ Renne shipped a veal calf to Chicago Tuesday.

Emil Lindow is enjoying a visit from relatives from Fond du Lac County.

A number from this vicinity attended the Institute at Granton on Tuesday.

Abbie Lindow who held the position of clerk in Hogenson’s store retuned home last week.

Herman Portz seems to be on good terms with himself since he sold his favorite bull calf.

Harry Eide returned from his Chicago trip some 2 weeks ago armed with a broad axe.




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