News: East Lynn (25 Nov 1915)

Contact: Ann Stevens

Surnames: Furlong, Sternitzky, Quicker, Grade, Reisner

----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 11/25/1915

East Lynn (25 Nov 1915)

A flag pole has been erected on the school ground.

School closed last Friday for a week’s vacation. The teacher, Miss Emma Furlong, left for her home at Thorp for a short visit.

All public highways will be sprinkled with insect powder next summer to kill the road lice.

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Alvin Sternitzky, an outlaw of East Lynn, who has thus far escaped the matrimonial net, but of late has acted rather suspicious. He made a trip to Neillsville last week and left his order for a new suit of clothes. It is also stated that on the same day he inquired about the price of a license, but whether he referred to marriage license, hunting license or dog license remains a secret, but judging by his late behavior, it is safe to state that the former was the object he had in view.

The only lucky nimrod of this vicinity is James Quicker, who was fortunate enough to bag a 220 pound deer.

Fred Grade made a trip to the county seat last Saturday and took out citizen papers.

A number of neighbors helped Chas. Reisner celebrate his birthday last Saturday evening.



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