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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 19 April 1916

Read What fcrtntrtf THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS—\"NEWS WORTH WHILE* Meeting Called for Wednesday, April 26, to Con- sider the Repair of Roads. Main Traveled Roads in Deplorable Condition Heavy Hauling and Frost Raised Havoc With Our Ma- cadam Roads. Immediate Action Necessary. increased Business of Jlocllcr Guroye Demands More Space , The county board of Door county •will meet in special session the 26t!i of this^ month for ,tlie purpose of rais- ing enough money to repair,the roads. The meeting was called by the. high- way committee which realized that if this matter was not brought to the attention of the board thousands of dollars^would be lost by the county. The committee found that sufficient . iunder had not been appropriated ior the repair of roads and during tlio jpast week sent out a call and had it signed by enough county board mem- bers, according to law, to call a spec- ial meeting of the board. •'•-. Following is fixe-petition sent to the •county clerk: To Ralph Herlache, Coun...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 19 April 1916

Sg|?|i'^fiffiite^gf®a!tfie^ real^dstale\" ^jpMmjtetja -filed --Itbr: record during tiie •Â£fj$^t?i^tt^ ^SJfyieeds.^l''W' [ *5 aiid Miner Erlckson, lot 3, sec. 9, in Mtiie town of Baileys Harbor. Consider- ?-^atlpli: $700. ^i '/CiirIstlan Hanson to MelvlnD. Nel- i son,- a^ part of lot 5, subdivision 55, ^cityy Consideration $200. V' Margaret Isab'ell to H. J. Sanderson, a part of lot 12, -subdivision 2, city. 'Consideration $1258. 98. ' .. . ' t ^Dexter B Smith to Jos. A,'May, NE quarter of SE. quarter, section 6 and .KMW quarter of SW quarter and south 28 acres of the SW quarter of NW v quarter, section 5 and lot 5, sec. 32, , all in the town of Nasewaupee. Con- •slderation private. ' * • ' . . . :•.•:.Oust Will to Ole Erlckson, a part • of lot 3, section 5, in the town of Llb- , erty Grove. Consideration private. Rosa, Maurer to Henry J. Maurer, E ? one-half of SW quarter, section 17, and »N quarter of NE quarter, section 20, In the town of Sevastopol. Con- sideration private. •P...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 19 April 1916

THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS APRIL 19 1916. T I p E L Y TOPICS of SAWYE R F. J. Pies was a visitor at Algoma n Sunday. Miss Minnie Konrad was a Maple- • *• -wood visiter on Sunday of this week. ^ S c i i a s . Wilson and family moved into '^he Schumacher house near the town line on Monday. Mrs. X E. Spalsbury went to Algo • ma Sunday where she spent the day •visiting. •• . •\"\",'.'• Jule Henquinet, the well-known ho- tel keeper of Forestville, motored here Monday morning on business. ' Mrs. F. Schilling went to Forest- •yiile Saturday where she spent a few ilays visiting relatives and friends. Fred Warner made a business trip to the northern part of the county in the interest of the H. H. Kelly Co. the latter part of last week. ten season has .passed. Among the several advertised .is one that will take place at Jindra's hall on Easter Mon- day, April 24th. Wm. He'ald of Jacksonport, form- erly of this place-and well-known to all of us took his departure oh Sat- urday for Toledo, Ohio, wher...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 19 April 1916

WKf^^M^jSMSS^^H: «. lbs puuffioe »tt. Sturgeon: Bay,- f. Man* 8/1370 ._ . \"raatw J itl a i lh a posuffio e » Stnrfeo a Ba :-»^«*' ,--n^d»r--t»f,.- aet' WX WtiE PpOR#6UNTY^EV^ : V'.' '-'-''- . \\--: - UncorporatrJ) -I'—'.-' \". •ABL M. L,APLANT. I»re»idwit and U u t i n 0. A. LUNDBBK.Q, yice:Preaiaent - : - . •' \\\"-\"ftf'i' 7 WAGENERv Baeratary and - Treasurer. i l l h n »h eommoaleatlona to Tea Nawi, -v 8ttrf»o» Bay, Wisconsin. Sobicription Price, $1.00 Per Year StnrgeouBajr, Wis. April 19, 1916. agei yer ttie jcipture:o£ ^Hla^slHrald be!'told the fact Ovat it took two y6ars to^ get Aguihaldp.-r-Chippewa Falls In- dependent. ' ^::\":. : '-'-77''\"'- ' Already the sliallow berry box la undergoing its annual consideration and the only remedy Which seems available Is for people to go to grow- ing their own berries in their vacant back lotec^MUwaukee News, TMfallacy in not repairing and piling roads of Door county is at last apparent. The roaas of this county have been I...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 19 April 1916

THE DOOB COUNTY IfEWS APRIL 19 1916 -?sr - THIS AND THAT from — - — HER E AN D THER E * • \" • ' • • . ' • . - • . / • , «•**** *^*HhHfr*^****HHfr**Hfr*^***# ^ »^»»JHHf»4HHt*«-*it:»*«*: Milton Hanson made a business trip to Kenosha last week. ,— Mrs E . C Thorpe made a business trip to Sturgeon Bay Friday. The work: of preparing the South FisB\" Creek hill for grading began on Monday. ••• '*./.- C.A. Lundberg returned on Satur- day from Chicago where he had been visiting with his daughter Alma. Alex Noble returned to Marinette •n Friday. Mr. Noble will ship as mate on the Regulus this summer. The Village Improvement Society -will meet with Mrs. Larbor Friday, April 21st _ F! E. Greene of Chicago spent a few days of last week here looking after kisfarm. Al Kinzie is getting the foundation ready for a new. house which he will. build on the old postomce site Tesnow and family spent Sunday at the home of Arthur Jacobson. • Frank Logerquist. and-family of Sis- ter Bay spent Sunda...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 19 April 1916

TBtE DOOB COUNT! HEWS APRIL 19 1918. tel^^aig^C Striadling-. purchased a large ^^udWwr Bii the LaMere garage \"J'''''''^'^^e'? ^^k^^ctt:'.a:.:ba^* •bpy•\"•t:/.th ^^liOTBi^l Mr^'and .Mrs. Frank Tyes Jr., •n Saturday eyenln? , miiclr to the '^r^f^all-'concerned.:-^'\" -'' : ( - • • ' . J^sy A, N. Wagener opened xxp a ff^a^erjTOom In the Mainz building the Hipind ifbr. : 8ale' .flowere auitabte for the S^BasterllBeason...'/•:'v:/:\" S^KThKfe:,carloads' at •livestock • were ^yphlpped but on the Monday afternoon ||feteai^LaWrence & Hopp shipping two e|^Mii.iilfeW6rachek of .Egg Harbor one. 0^Ttoa^r^::C.: Dana Co. delivered the |p ^JjdHb !fti»fe •carB thiis,iweek: George Brey A ©r^F^ Ol- Ilngeriicl^.^Biiick roadster and Matt Adolph Anderson of Ephraim purchas- ed a Buick truck Tuesday. Hra, Jeffw Teweles was pleasantly surprised on Thursday of last week »t her hbm'e.in the Upper First ward 1 a number of her lady friends, the occasionT being her birthday. A six o'clock dinner was se...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 19 April 1916

*t'^~& W$ ^'-r.*.?:\"\"? THE BOOR COUNT* KETTSi''.APRIL 19 191G. Henry Fetzer spent several days of the past \"week on a business trip to Manitowoc, Milwaukee and Chicago. Chas. Ruckert of Ellison Bay was a business visitor in the citysFriday for several hours. Capt. Norman LaPlant was up from Kewaunee Sunday for a visit with hia -.family. . . v ~:: J. G. Ollinger was a business visi- tor at Milwaukee a tew jkiys during the past week. Sylvester Donovan was up fron: rorestville Monday between trains, on business. Miss E. Heling of Sister Bay was in the city Monday enroute for Apple- ton where she will be employed/ Merchant Jos. Ullsperger of Maple- vrood was a business visitor in the .city! between trains on Saturday. Alvin Herbert arrived here Tuesday Morning from Green Bay to pay a .Tisit with, relatives in the city. ••,' \\ Jule Henquinet, proprietor of tlie Hotel Central in Forestville, motored to the city on business Monday. _ : 'Leo BreUmmer of Kewaunee was, a business visi...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 19 April 1916

lll¥§t§l§ll^ m i^y|Fib«re'':: i|^witt^)inikiail' motored to'IdtUe-' li&l^o^M^'Suhda^'V ,\\::' v\\ :''. ,'^: iM^jMa^Sioneman was'(a visitor ^j^ma»n Monday.r.'.'\"':• ||fejj|w^ ^«ffl^iuinet was a Sturgeon' Bay ^Tisitor oh Tuesday of last week. ,!%:! \"••.- ••• : '\". • \" ...-••.• '\"', .'. gi|lft^^^^Schmit2^8r., /was a visitor ||(t^gb^'Tne8day^ /\"'(\"'':' ':v\\:v-' ||0^(erika»at Berger left on Friday for pjs^tertowb where he will visit ll^Prank Mueller sr., and'son Edward | | « t t ^ d i t o irame a barn for Harrison «c^kweii^atonday.: ((' llOTday:ibeing cattle day, gave the JtoirtSa busy appearance, the streets ||«tag lu«d up with teams |fOitoiBorck has Just purchased i ike# seven passenger car and is mak l|f^g(ih?(4uBt fly. W&f%':^'-'- ' .-fl^ii'''\"'-- • ' .*\"• '..•••'••'': • •• |p§(Herm^ Schuenke purchased a new ^^ovrpkit car from Seller & Wllkle „. Starfcig the week. '.'..'••• \"-••' pg|?:(: v.-. '\". - . . , . . . • *'°|7sJw Haferman motored to Bruss...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 19 April 1916

^ ^ ' » By FARMER FURROW ^ Some Ways of Keducing The High Cost of Living Written for the Door County News by Nellie Maxwell, Department of Farmers' Institutes, of the Univer- sity o£ Wisconsin. If the truth were best known there are many /housekeepers, who do not thoroughly understand) the' \"inward workings\" of her kitchen range. The •wood, coal and gas bills tell waste- ful tales of disregard of dampers and careless use of fuej. With coal and other fuels the price they are, this Is no email leak. The average woman giving thought and planning to her use of fuel can save one-third of her fuel bill. A fireless cooker helps wonderfully in this saving, but there is no saving de- vice equal to brains well used. It is neither stingy nor niggardly to turn out the light when leaving a room. Even hotel managers request that courtesy of a guest Five min- utes of Hght wasted, at a time means a big leak in a month's bill. . Elec- tricity is still a luxury, but an elec- tric iron is a great ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 19 April 1916

jfiM!e%sSffi%%jfeR' i?§i|iP$$»^i ^ siW£mi H ^^l^^ifi^f^WjS|IS|||^S§IIS:l: AND THE Mountain Railroad Life lliiiKpSPEARlviAN :.,e: u.v,-.. -- v -: V':.'1-^ v,: ' . ' • . COPRIC.H »I 4* F R A N K H S P E A R M A / * . \" , . . . . ^ ^ ' » « * From the Moving Picture Play*of the Same Name Produced by the IS^S^V'-v: ' . .': Signal Mm Corporation. • l^^ : ':v:-:' 8VNdPSI3.: ' •.'• , ' m m ir tittle Helen Holmes. dauRhter of Gen- eral Holmes, railroad man, is rescued from imminent danger on a scenic rall- ies road by/George Storm, a newsboy. Grown \" '3M young womanhood. Helen saves Storm, tnow a fireman, tier father, and his friends, gai Amos Rhlnolandor, financier, arid Robert |fe: BMRrue. promoter, from a threatened col- ®3«Usion. Safebrcakors employed by Seagrue .• Steal General Holmea' survey plans of .i the cut offline for the Tidewater, fatally Sp. wound. the general and escape. Her fa- flher's estate badly Involved by his death, Helen goes to^work on the Tidewater, Helen••...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 19 April 1916

!MHere and There ::last WASHINGTON ISLAND Mr. and Mrs. Martin Peterson are pe proud parents of a baby girl, born week. ^ ^:.:: : - EPHHAIM ' - ?:Rey, Groenfeldt Is having a log cab-' InbuUtbn his lot back of the school '•: house v:. '^' \\'' Mr. Crandall and Mr. Isherwood of Sturgeon: Bay were business visitors here on Thursday. . JBverett Valentine made a business trip to1 Sturgeon Bay on Wednesday of last week.. He made anotlier trip on Monday. Alfork of painting the school house •was begun Saturday. The school will receive two coats of white paint. The ice has begun to move out of the lmy and it is the hope of many that a- lew days more will see the bay entire- ly clear of ice. Mrs. C. S. Smith will entertain the ladies,Aid society of the Moravian church Wednesday afternoon. Every- ione is cordially invited. - The foundation for the new addi- tion to the Moravian church has been completed and the work will begin immediately on the new building: Work on the Anderson House cot- tag...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 19 April 1916

i'-C ' V: la 1 PLAYING WITH THE VAR8ITK I The speakers wore very enthusiastic Andrew Brann, u student at tho J and brought out many good pointa Btnto university from Baileys Harbor} regarding the repair or roads and the and woll-known to many pcbplo^of up-keep ot thorn this city Is playing with. tlie state university basobull team. Andy is well- known to local fans, an he was a •graduate of tho local high,school in ,4913 and pitched for tho higV school team for three seasons, hast fall he Ditched In the post-season game for Baileys Harbor against the .stiirgooa OJay league team. He will bo one ot the reliable pitchers In tha ttaft of the state university, whose baseball team is out after the lllg ts'lne coni- ference title tliin soason The university baseball «iua hut Tecoutly completed a spring training trip during which they make a cir- cuit of Southern Illinois, Indiana and «thor places. On the trip they play- ed several games. In the two encoun- ters with Purdue University the...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 26 April 1916

''GoodRo^sfy THE DOO|t COUNTY NEWS-r\"NEWS WOKTH WHILE\" VOLUME TWO STCB6E0N BAT, WISCONSIN WEDNESDAY, APBIL 26, 1916 Special Session Held Today Full Attendance of County Board Members Expected to be Present at 10:00 O'clock. ''^j^^^jM Wi B Be Raised For Repair Work Three New Members Will Take Their Positions, Acker, Birmingham and Sorenson NUMBER F0BTY-F0UK HOLD SHORT SESSION School Board Fill Two of the Severn! Vacancies in Teaching Force For Next Term l i e county board will be in session today, \"Wednesday, called together for the purpose of appropriating money lor the repair of the roads of Door -..•county. ,'/ \"» All over Me county residents are waiting for the board to take actios that will mean the immediate repair yrith the, highways. Trafflc* and business have been .greatly decreased on account of thewaupee ^poor condition of the main traveled roads. The spring weather and theseems .frost of the ground has raised havoc with the roads. What action will be ^taken by theidl...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 26 April 1916

aui*&-fe'i-jvaiM5a «^^-jniai^^^i^-Ai i5iiiai&a'iS m '£&§»»! § ! * itiiiiiiffiis mmmmm w ^ S ^ S v ^ ^ ^ W ^ * ) Band -'\" v-V.)v gp&^Novoue ^^ loyal- l^f^jioaian for'the City of Sturgeon i|Bpi|'f£?/*§---/ #%v =:I® ' : ••','carload l^im^qtJ'.thiB-. side subscribed f 175 as |:^11felr:rShare\\.towards^a^band.:': I ^ J t o t i l p n e that but a band stand is j:? & jbe^erected somewhere on the, main y^^eet'^where the concerts which will ^vjb^teW twice a month can be given, yij^fte business men of the city will have ||S^fl on it which will pay for Its con- g s ^ r u c t t o n : ^ committee to have charge | pfyit has been appointed as follows: mXL•.•ju- 'Isherwood,: Joseph Hoslett, Jac- j^pb^Wiesnel1 and Jacob Rosenberg. ^fe Messrs Rosenberg and Wiesner were |vyjtl»e soliciting committee on this side •|y of the bay for contributions to the fe Scband/'••.••:•' ' \".. , ' ., Peter Peterson has been on the sick \"list for the past several days. : . L. Kohlbeck w...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 26 April 1916

from HER E AND THER E • WASHINGTON ISLAND Rob1 Knudseu moved into one of \"Grandpa\" Jensen's houses, recently. Owing to the heavy rains of last -week .the roads are drying very slowly. Chas. Jensen and Peter Gunnlaug- Bon8r.f are,building additions to their barns. ~'••••::•• • \\ • ' . ' •-.---Swenson. Adolph Torstenson, Coast Guard No. 7, moved his family to Plum Island last Saturday. Bo iu Anderson is in attendance at the county board meeting at Sturgeon Bay'this -week. ^)le Swenson who has been attend- ing Moody Institute during the win- ter arrived home Saturday for a short -Visit./ \\ Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bilton arrived on the island last Saturday. They •will live at West Harbor. Mr. Bilton will fish from there this summer. Mrs. B. A. Anderson lost a valu- able cow last week. It is thought the cause was the eating of a kind of poisoned grass. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Sierts arrived at their summer, home here last Fri- day. We are very glad to' welcome them back again. Roy Peterson mo...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 26 April 1916

Mii%s^^^ ?B^% ^^^i^SSpRfiiP^^^^^S^Sfi iSJ-?^'ji!::yV.^,!!-:: .:'.: ,.'-: •.-.,•.'-. • - •• •'-• \"-.-'-•:- '--,\" ,-. ^:- s , J ^ w ^ p d f ilTC8tocik-:'from:'rthe'1ociai' sta- e||^f^^a^:(^i8env.ls^haVlhg a,neatjgar- 3 ^ | i ^ ^ i ^ \" i n ' t h f r i W . of his residence ^1^||^| |^sS|^t^wMd--::-':: W*.: : Grlesea has | | ! ! | | § i $ ^ -the ^^00Oj0^^jlSlahhmi^^^e^ dancing . l^ipjlM^^at^tlv v high. school/\"gym\" on ^SiiteS^^daw/evenlng. - A small admission ^rtl|lje.• ihargei--- iom a$d have a ^vtneCjQeorgejJ?ankratz residence *on^ §W^^$ie^T:^ret)t- in\"'the First\" ward ! ^ S f e 3 ^ ( ^ ^ ^ ^ r o e l i u s . C a r m o d y Mon f^'wte t ^^»^^—^^P^^^-^^ s *1300r\"George ^l^lwakratz' ' was here frbrn Escanaba to ||^K || : ^se the'.'dea).\" v ' , . J:',.j JciS'lliSi^SOod^ sized .-crowd .attended the M- ':^0^Mt» [ given by Arthur Kretlow In the p|Kiieick'& Paus hall on Easter Monday. ||J$fc&old, and, new dances were danced !^iad-»att: report having had a good time. pj?The ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 26 April 1916

•' : -?&f-W.:-S wr-S^iK: f^v,«S4^g-^,^^w THE DOPE comrar ii^ws APBIL 26 in«~ *01DBWAI8 OF SEDUCING : : ..:^ .^' TBffi^HIGH,..CpST \"OF LIVING WrHiiett for The Door County News by tNellie Maxwell, Department of Fanners' Institutes of the Univers- ity ^Wlscons : Jjeft-oyers are like the poor, \"al- ways with us.\" The frugal housewife arid one who is wisely trained to ap- preciate the value of materials would aio more throw away bits of food than she would: throw away money. Bits of bread and' crackers should \"be dried in the'oven, rolled and saved for breading chops, cutlets, and for various escalloped dishes as well as for force meat and sauces. Fresher pieces may be used in puddings, and th^atufflng of vegetables. As ver,y dry bread takes more moisture, it. is no'economy to use it in puddings re- .QUiringniUk or fruit juices. \"Small amounts of meat or fish may oe'combined with potatoes, tomatoes,, or other vegetables and a white sauce, ijaked, making a most satisfying dish....

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 26 April 1916

m v«it eommuiastiona to Thi Haws, .^SMurgiKUi\" B»jr. WteCoMin. .'.'•: - ?tioo Price, $1.00 Per Year m Sturgeon Bay, \\V1B., April 26 1916 : piS^i^|wii^^n^^ &W.':re^ta'eo:^fb^ engineers will plan and supervise tho wprkanU control thel ettlng bt con- tracts. VWe areon the h i g h r o ^ t o investmentsv in South, America, but it will take time to overcome the Brit- ish and German lead of several de- cades.—Milwaukee Journal Formerly girls used to worry for fear their, stockings would, show, and now they worry for fear they won't —Chippewa Falls Independent ^^ie|^ery t least \"that could,'be done the roads in this condition is to |^||^epair them and then OIL them, HagCS!^• '•:'•'. • • ' .'•,,/•' •', •\"•' ' .'.\",•• • ' .:.' v ^^jrapi|aUth e bandboys••under' one jjnjwtent leader and a united effort \"\"paVgoodband Sturgeon Bay will be 3^1e to boaat of an organization that P||^«ngVcredIt \"to the city.\"• : •:.,••'' ^ ^ § f t | ^ P •: -———^:.-:-.:: '..•/' ' ^fl^^^ounty board /wi...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 26 April 1916

——'lii-i ^ j f f o J L ^ 26^ iMe Al Thompson was a Green Bay visi- tor Sunday. 'George LvFichner of Sister Bay was a business visitor in the city Tuesday. Mrs.' Samuel Tofi of Kjewaunee was a visitor in the city on Saturday. •R. BVCornish left on Monday after- noon on a. business trip. to. Green Bay. \"A. J Gehiesse spent-Easter visiting at-his home in Green Bay. Mrs. E. R. Fischer returned Thurs- day evening from a several days visit at-her former home in Green Bay. Idiss Linda Lehmkuhl was up from Forestville Thursday, paying a visit in the. city between trains. WBB/ Marie Ray of Forestville and Miss Eunice Henry of Maplewood spent the week-end In the ciiy, Mrs. George Roberts of Milwaukee is visiting at the home of-her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rhode,LaPlant. '.- Miss Lucy Sibree visited over Sun- day at her home here, returning on Monday morning to Kewaunee. Miss Lucy Welter returned Saturday evening from Milwaukee where she has spent the past winter. Miss Maude Feuerstein returned ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 26 April 1916

THE BOOB «dra!re W E ^ v A P ^ 2 ^ 191^ THere:: fiSrticd School of Forestrille Has Tlrst j||f B^,:aiid!:. GlrPs^oimtry^ Club. • J U B 8 MattteE.Beiaent, principal of yjjSj^Fwrestville graded school in a let- Pl's^^thfepublication the 'first ot• the 1 | * W ^ * t a t e s t h a t theForestville school lprSanise the ^ t : Boy's and Girl's ^Ott^iiJaty.: \":C!l»'b-:'.'*«'-'' .:\"••\"•*!»\"•-_ county. She States that In view of the fact that one aotj^the county papers laat? week pub- llahed an article claiming that Joint Ijplafc No. 3, town of 'Nasewaiip.ee, wa8 i^ihe first school to organize and suc- fjceasiullr carry oh a Boy's and Glrl'3 Country CIUD, she takes this means to ''• letjthec ounty know of the first orgal- v-iaUdn./\"'''.'•'• v / T h e principal of the Forestville : school has the following facts to sub- stantiate the claims of the Forestville school/ The Forestville club complete ed its organization on December 22, .:'-isl6, with Mr. Bewick, the state lead- er and orga...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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