The White County Democrat, May 4, 1923
16 February 1923:
Fred Krintz of the Monticello high school visited school Tuesday.
23 February 1923:
Emil Krintz shipped a carload of cattle, baby beef, to Chicago Tuesday from the local yards. Hardy Krintz went to Chicago with the cattle.
6 April 1923:
Will Krintz of Fowler is visiting here this week with relatives and friends.
4 May 1923: See clipping above.
8 June 1923:
BREAKS ANKLERhinehart Krintz, of near Reynolds, broke his left ankle Saturday when he fell backwards off a cornplanter and caught his left foot in the machine.
17 August 1923:
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Robey entertained the following Sunday at their home for dinner: Mr. and Mrs. August Krinning, B. W. Krinning and family of Spearfish, South Dakota [here for two weeks], G. E. Krintz and family and Miss Frieda Strantz.
14 September 1923:
Circuit Court NotesClaim: William Brandt vs. Guy W. Lee et al, foreclosure of a mechanic's lien. Upon the plaintiff's motion the cause is dismissed and the costs are paid.
28 September 1923:
Miss Ellen Ward went to Monon Sunday to assist her sister Mrs. Topp with her work.
9 November 1923:
George Krintz, who has been employed at Flint, Mich., returned home Thursday to stay until after the holidays.
16 November 1923:
Pike Creek: William Brandt and family called on Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hutton Sunday evening.
23 November 1923:
[Marjorie Krintz, Ernest Krintz, and Irma Buss were among guests at Frieda Strantz's 17th birthday party the evening of November 20th. Guests enjoyed dainty refreshments, games, and dancing.
28 December 1923:
Will Krintz of Gary visited Christmas day with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Emil Krintz.