News: East Lynn (06 Feb 1914)


Surnames: Portz, Eide, Zuehlke, Kleinschmidt, Knoop, Lindow

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 02/06/1914

While Herman Portz was engaged in giving his bronco a few lessons in good behavior the end of the leash came in contact with one of his eyes, (we mean Herman and not the bronco) in such a manner that it put that optic in serious condition.

The school board attended the convention at Neillsville Monday.

Harry Eide will soon leave for Norway to take a short course in singing.

It is reported that a certain bank located in a nearby village will drop their burglar insurance for the reason that the new officers elected Monday are well able to cope with any onslaught that may be directed toward that institution.

Mrs. Fred Zuehlke and daughter Edna returned from Milwaukee on Tuesday.

Mrs. L.A. Klenischmidt slipped on the ice and fell in such a manner as to cause a severe bruise on the back of her head, Monday morning.

A gathering of neighbors took place at the home of L. Knoop last Saturday evening and everybody was satisfied that the time was well spent.

When the state offers to pay a certain amount of money for building roads and school houses that almost looks like getting something for nothing, but take a look at your tax receipt and maybe that will make you sit up and take notice.

Emil Lindow says he saw a bob tailed ground hog Tuesday. The poor creature no doubt dreaded to crawl back into his den Monday and the result was that the cold wave Tuesday relieved him of that member.





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