Rinard Mills 6/15/17
From Farm and Dairy: “Music, so good for the soul, has been cut from so many public schools. From Plato: “Music is a moral law. It gives soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, and charm and gaiety to life and to everything.”
Low Gap, on the map it was always Cline, but to locals it is Low Gap. Situated on Route 26 between Rinard Mills and Graysville, a beautiful spot between the hills. Early years 1904-1911, James Gray was post master and general store keeper. There are a few Cline post marks around. Other store keepers were Fred and Pearl Foraker Poulton and Oscar and Ada Foraker Poulton (brothers married sisters). Then, John and Molly Rinard Cline (grandparents to Yvonne Cline Weckbacher and Damon Harmon). So many John Clines, they had nicknames to differentiate. Then Claude and Lorena Cline Harmon, then Rue and Hilda Cline. Today at this spot, Mike Howell has the business of canoeing down the Little Muskingum River. Up Route 26 about 500 feet was a small grocery owned by Paul and Blanche Weckbacher Cline.