The White County Democrat, July 7, 1922
6 January 1922:
Mr. and Mrs Emil Krintz visited their son William in Lafayette Wednesday. William Krintz, who underwent an operation last Wednesday is getting along nicely.
13 January 1922:
Emil Krintz visited his son William in Lafayette Saturday. He said that William was getting along all right.
20 January 1922:
Ernest Krintz and James Firth came home Sunday from Lafayette where they have been working for the Lion Tire Company.
3 February 1922:
Frances Krintz went to Fort Wayne last week in order to teach music there in the schools.
William Krintz, who underwent an operation at the St. Elizabeth hospital several weeks ago, is not regaining his strength very fast. He has not been allowed to sit up yet.
17 February 1922:
George and William Krintz went to Lafayette Saturday where the latter visited the doctor.
Sitka: Mrs. Bertha Ward had quite a serious spell with her heart one day last week.
17 March 1922:
Reynolds: Miss Jennie Brandt of Brookston attended the funeral of Mrs. William Dittman Sunday.
BERRY PLANTSIncluding raspberries, blackberries, ever-bearing strawberries, for sale. Amel Krintz, phone 17B, Reynolds, Ind. ad1712
14 April 1922:
The high school baseball team elected George Krintz, senior, as captain for this year. George has been a member of the varsity baseball team for several years, pitching or playing 1st or 2nd base. He is also a heavy hitter. The team will probably play one or two games before school closes.
7 July 1922:
The community club of Reynolds has purchased a new motion picture machine, which will be used Saturdays for showing the free motion picture shows. They also decided to have a Reynolds Day the last Saturday in July, the 29th. Games will be played and an interesting program is ass-ured by the committee in charge. Reynolds will also have a free autoists parking camp, for tourists, in Chas. Buss' grove east of town. Tables and seats will be placed in the grove for the accomodation of tourists.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dahling of Brookston are here for several days this week the guests of their daughter, Mrs. John L. Buss.
Two carloads of cattle were shipped from the local stockyards to Chicago Wednesday. The cattle belonged to a number of local farmers. Fred Hintzman went to Chicago Thursday morning to sell the cattle.
Mrs. Nancy Adams returned home Friday after spending a week in Gary visiting her sons, Floyd and Clarence.
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25 August 1922:
August Hasselbring was taken to the St. Elizabeth's hospital at Lafayette Friday. He is in serious condition, suffering from heart trouble and complication diseases.
Mrs. Henry Hasselbring of Michigan was pleasantly surprised Tuesday evening at the home of Jacob Vogel, the occasion being her birthday. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bardonner, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hasselbring, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Vogel, and Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Vogel and family.
1 September 1922:
Albert Westfall's are quarantine with scarlet fever. No one is seriously sick however.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hasselbring returned to their home in Michigan after visiting several weeks here with relatives.
August Hasselbring, who is at the St. Elizabeth's hospital in Lafayette, is getting better and there's a good hope for his recovery.
22 September 1922:
August Hasselbring, who was sick for several weeks, is able to be about again.
29 September 1922:
Vernon Lester Kleyla was born to Mr. and Mrs. Lester Kleyla Monday.
6 October 1922:
Frances Krintz left Thursday for Fort Wayne where she'll teach music. She taught there last term.
27 October 1922:
Misses Winona and Alberta Westfall had their tonsils removed last Friday at Rensselaer.
3 November 1922:
Charles Austin Dies of ApoplexyCharles Austin died Saturday afternoon about 4 o'clock at his home in this city as a result of apoplexy. Funeral services were held Monday afternoon.
17 November 1922:
[Mr. and Mrs. George Ward moved to a house bought from August Hasselbring.]
1 December 1922:
Reynolds: George Krintz and james Firth left Sunday for Akron, Ohio, where they'll work for the Goodrich Rubber Co.
A family dinner was given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. Hannaman Sunday in honor of their grandson Vernon Lester Klyle [sic], who was christened Sunday also.
Ed. note: Most of the notes above are quoted as printed in The White County Democrat, a weekly which was published on Fridays. On rare occasions I make small corrections in the interest of readability. On even rarer occasions, I have been known to make typographical errors, but rest assured, most of the errors appearing in this series are vintage! Notes which appear in brackets have been extracted and summarized in my own words from longer articles and are not direct quotes.