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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 10 May 1916

J THE DOOR COUNTY.'NEWS May Iff, 1016 ASforyofMdimtam AUTHOR OF \"WHISPERING SMITH,\" \"THE MOUNTAIN DIVIDE,\" \"STRATEGY OF GREAT RAILROADS,\" ETC. S&nailsted by the struggle against too many odds, Bill sullenly gave in. The conductor stopped the. brakeman from mauling him further and with their prisoner in front and Storm as guard, the party started back for the train. Helen waited to see the dis- comfited thlevea placed safely in cus- tody within the caboose and boarding It herself with Storm's assistance, laughingly, as was her wont, received the congratulations of her companions on her success. The engineer already had his orders as to what to do and when the last of the party climbed aboard, the train was* started slowly back to find the team and the fat fel- low who had been tumbled into the ravine. It was feared he had been hurt, but on being released he asked for nothing more than a fresh chew of tobacco. When Lug and Bill were tied and thrown into the wagon to be taken...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 10 May 1916

THE^OOSBCOim^inEWS Iliiy 1V1?1 j)lltltmil»)l)tl(XmH(»KMXXKXXmKM»KXXllX)H(I)tK)((XXXXKXXXXXXXX *jy^fr: *\"*' ^^ ^ - ^ well-known automo- bile man has the foliowing second hand cars for sale. Herefs an opportunity to' take your pick? lRegal\"30rH.PTm / WOOlbs.Overland Truck, 1 1500 lbs. Overland Truck in First Class condition. 1 Five Passenger Overland, in good condi- tion and fully equipped. 1 Buick Two Passenger Speedster. 1 Five Passenger Briscoe. 1 Twin Cylinder Indian Motorcycle. } 1 Good Bicycle with Motor wheel attach- ment. :••[••••:•:.-'•••':• 1 Yale Twin Cylinder Motorcycle. Marine Intelligence HARRY HOCKS Garage At Sturgeon Bay Wagon Works Acetylene Welding All kinds of Auto Repair Work AUTO LIVERY UITKRK8TIN0 FBOGRAX HalnesYflta ifchool DIHL HO. 5 Tfase- waupce Closed Friday. An Excel- lent Program Hold In Evening »IHHt«»IHtKICMimKKm«mtXKKK»« The sandsucker Hydro was a north bound pasage thru the bay on Satur- day.' ' . ,• • -.-«. • a • \" • • The lumber carrier ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 17 May 1916

# THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS—\"NEWS WORTH WHILE' VOLUME TWO STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1916 NUMBER FOBTY-SEYEff Wdj)ay 1o Be Held Ma y 27 Present Indications Show That One Thousand Scholars Will Attend. All Towns Of Count^Will Be Represented Winner Of Spelling Contest To GoxTo State Fair. Athletic Events Held In The Afternoon Saturday, May 27th, will be a gala day for the school children of this county and if present indications are any criterion, there will be many children here from every school in the county. Not only the school children but the grown-ups as well are invited and all,will enjoy the field day exer- cises that will take place. It is possible that an excursion will be run from Washington Island and other points to this city and about 200 people including school children and adults should come from that part of the county. There were about 900 visitors in the city last year. A larger number is expected this year. Last year's event was the first one held and ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 17 May 1916

ftf«ffiS=&v ••:«2- , -v.'.-':fl^-:.-\"-. --'\"- .- ^ T-. ••. \"• ^ ' / - , , ^ i J ' -^i^':- ^l^i- :'•, ,•_ •V::.^••.• *:^-• A^^', '.\"- .•.:- •-• .•• ^ * . * ,..-•. •'7^ **^\"T:'.-.•.'• :•'/\"/ 2/degraes and 800mmntea east, theneoe i 3 a 7 \" .: AUEYOt GOING MYPRETTV M A ID ? MIM COIHC A-vvatKiMC ^it, ' ^ / « . , k v ' \" / lliiiiWllWi):Ml!i • ^ IIIllWSER XAUJ I f BEST tttlBAY 'The remains of, Mrs \"Louis? Hepp, •who passed1 iway at the people's.Hos Ipital on last V'cdnesday afternoon •were laid to rest on Friday afternoon, interment being made in the Schumak- er cemetery. _ The services were con-r ducted from the Friend's church Rev. Gardner officiating^/ : ^ The deceased was born in Nasewau- pee on August 26th, 1870, daughter of the late Philip! Schaefer, sr. Pract- ically all her life has been spent bore. She was nrerried ,at Appleton in 1889 to Louis Hepp who together with lour children survive. The children aire George of Chicago/ Lillian of Zion, City, III., Walter and...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 17 May 1916

rV A F | i ^ mg boos commrsgws«»8i^Ms By FARMER FURROW THAT SOIL SURVEY At present two representatives one of the state agricultural department and one of the federal department are busy making a complete soil survey Qi the county. By complete, I mean at tracts as small as ten acres will tie also given attention. These men procure samples of soil from the dif- ferent farms and these are sent into Madison where the sample is analyz- ed, and later a map will' be made •which can be obtained free of charge by any that wish to have same. These men are at present working in the yicinity of the city of Sturgen Bay and are going out to the south of that county which part they will complete before going north. It will require them four or Ave months to cover the county thus it is clear that their work will be complete. Every tract of land •will be examined and analyzed and the map will be published following their work will be a soil map which will show the soil construction thruout the en...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 17 May 1916

mMmM—^'0- •i'*,'^\"' : t:]^:V.:^--.,-.-:.l ,/.-'-r .: '.-- «ABL M. IMPLANT, PrwideiU »nd U«B*f« %. \" WAiJiafkB, Secretary »Bd Xir»MUt«. «ll • ooauaaaieatioM to Th« H«wf, Storfeon Biy, Wi«con»in.r Sobwription Price, $1.00 Per Year Sturgeon Bay, WIs„ May 17, 1016 Tea Eeasons Why I SWEAR 1. It pleases mother so much. 2. It Is a flue mark of manHnesa, 8. It proves I have self.control. •4. It Indicates how clearly my mind .operates. B. It makes my conversation SJ pleasing to everybody. 6 . mind as to my good breeding. 7. It impresses people that I have more than ordinary education. 8t- It is an unmistakable sign of culture and refinement 9. It makes me a very desirable personality among women and children and in respectable socie- V ^ - \"• ..• — •• .•: 10.. It is my wax of honoring God who said \"Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God, lii \"Three things that the city of Stur- geon .Bay needs badly I Drinking water In the mains'and better Are protection and water ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 17 May 1916

. THE DOOR COUNTY NEWB May 17, lblC f p S AND THAT --•'•.'- ,:••••• .- ' • '.—~~ from : :—:—. • .•Â»..• — MERE AND THERE WASHINGTON ISLAND Mr. Gottschalk of Sturgeon Bay-af- xived here last SaSturday with six fine horses lor sale. People are\".'wondertag. how they can Seep sweet since sugar has gone up to\" 10c a Tound H is rumored that work will be re- sumed on the macadam road this, week but we do not know just what day. Mrs. Henry Bilten has been quite sick lately but at present is improv- ing rapidly. • v Owing to the unfavorable weather Sunday there was a rather small gath- ering at the Mother's Day program. The farmers have been busy seeding but,the heavy rains of Sunday will retard the work considerably.. Among the arrivals on the island last week were Mr. H. B. Gill and E. D. Trueblood of St Louis. The latter was marooned at Escanaba for a few days because of the stormy weather. - There will be Decoration day ser- Tices at Bethel church and the ceme- terry this year. Two fea...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 17 May 1916

**' *\"•\"*\" V^ujjia iijrjiii* Heftrv--OshiQr (B^st lastseason it&i^ay.%.'':: .':'.\"!'/'' 'i- T -•*-- - ^ ' ,^?J^ X^' IJah» Ca receiwed .a ,Bhi|ih |ii^ijfj^y?il/\"^^ past •'^| MB^': '*{*reB8_ Washbnm' has accepted ^»,iK»ritkHi^is salesladytothe dry 'soods depaxtancait ol the GreiBBn store. iM:J*i^i?aMmaa, H ^ w a i e Co. erecte ||K1a|»e !iiaK \" ^ artfe\" over Jttoelr .place%of, It**j$uam*e8S iauTmg the week ..-* '•.'• •': • ''lal. v*as the last meeting ' foX the ipreseht and .t&ie club will not meet a- galh untU% tall, y Arrangements were made for the annual outing or picnic which will *be held the forepart df June in Laurie's Grove down tiie bay shore. Lew Wietlng the veteran •movie man, is back In the game again. He has made-arrangements for leasing of the Opera House and on Saturday-evening his first show fook ..place. The inlt-j f * » ^ : ^ . : ^ ^ f ^ h 2 d aive repairs i n the future ^ Tever, waaiin a serlons itondltion the •••••\"•• \" ^B^^fiBW^Jaya.' : y'- '•...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 17 May 1916

THE BOOR -COIJim':JrBWJi'X-ivf'itaiy-17, 1916 Ourselves in Print •:':' -Mutin' Ij6vig of Washington Har- bor was in the city\" Monday . Miss Anna Colomb was a visitor at in attendance at the\"Junior I, Green Bay on EMday of last week •:Mr.fli d Mrs. Homer Remillard vis _ _ - . _ . c l .returneU c l u ,u C o u i'^'.\\?Tpr S u n d a y a.1 G r e ea Bay with Saturday evening from Florida where relatives and friends J. J. Anderson of Sister-Bay made w i t h relatives and friends. •jorie of his regular business calls to -the\" city on Tuesday. -'Jame s Hanson the well known Eph- -*raltn resident was a business visitor in .the city Saturday. G.\" A. Walters and wife of Green Bay were visitors in the city on Tues- .dayt./-.y •Mrs. Dud Lawrence returned Mon- day evening from Green Bay where she had been on a few days visit. - Justine Chaudofr and Jos Bouchei.&t Brussels numbered among those in' from that town on business Friday. ' Chas. Pllnske of Forestville trans- acted business in the...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 17 May 1916

liitii^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^s liw and ThatTrom ere:: ||tonwii% 8clipoi Picnic of Forestrlllc p§|itor:'ln8tead Of TridaV, . '•... ..' /. Jf^an^nal school picnic of the For- Swj^l^i graded school is an evjent | i ^ ^ i ^ looked forward to by not only '^p^ |s^iolar8u'pit: • . that school but all jS^iirentB and the residents of that Ipsmmralty as well. The event will ^ ^ « place to-morrow (Thursday) and tterejwlll be something doing alt day ^onKandtlie day will be wound up by ^|Wj£s^anceat LeCloux's Hall In the ^en1n^.vJthad.been originally plan '$m£ j t$navethe big affair take' place |^|Priday the 19th but the date has j^eni\\changed.' •../ ': ^$B\\ta the yearly custom many will IJ^ta attendance at the big picnic and the number this year should exceed that of any other year. The program l^Mch has been prepared Is an Jnter- jeating] one and the sfchool children si»e looking forward to a big day. ^ ./The .following Is the program for |liie ! iflqrnlngv— It^rilhg? Song . . . . . ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 17 May 1916

STOP,LOOK CAREFULLY! account of the terrible advance in print paper we are compelled to adjust the rate 6f this paper. Henceforth the price of this paper is $1.50. SS^ftS* %M BUT to show you we are right with you we will GIVE ABSOLUTELY FREE To any Man, Woman, Boy or Girl a GUARANTEED WATCH This is no toy but a real Watch that will run 24 hours every day and has a guarantee back of it. There is only one condition and it is as follows: Send in or bring $3.00 with you which will pay your subscription for 2 years. That is all there is to it and you will then be the proud possessor of a Watch. Every Boy and ,Girl can now have a Watch for nothing. This offer will last only a limited time. % BUT suppose you have arWatch anddon^t want n we will give you absolutely FREE for the house, There are no strings tied to this offer. EVERYBODY WINS, EVERYONE GETS NO ONE IS DISAPPOINTED. ^^^^ ^ K ^ will have to hurry. In case you want us to send it to you, enclose ISc extra for registered mail. Boys ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 17 May 1916

^^/»V-^ W ^*\\ j»Wi»vifc'-i_» » J» K »y.^t^ii^:iw»,»jr'»it^i. »'j * it.htAW jc,'».ii.\"*-w::»r'A\"NK\"H * » « » » » | f c ^ « » « **x:»**# X *in % % x«it *ic nt*K* K » x x nan** mt k it K K M unit M K *»«»*10:30 » . ^ J ^ U S - ^ ^ ^ T SOME*,.. . »&W TlifeViiuftjs ' *Ranney. wlilch Jfl %Ow ^^deigolhjr extensive repairs Staying ^^recenUyVj^fiii iiifted^from her. •resting !Jplace»at ti|e!t^qt of tiberty str^t wis ^'sold llagt^t! yreelt' to Eastern': partiW. : Gspk JVIuholland, who has been In the .-«tty Jtor 'the past several weeks look- ing after the repair work, received a iccnmnunicaUon to this effect on Frl- :day from :M. A! Bradley one of. 'the '/^wners ,/./\" \"• i •.•'\".•': •' •..•'•..',\" •\"• 3v, VWbrk of .flttlng\"but the boat for navi- gation will continue and Capt.Mul- holland will -remain in charge of tho work until it is completed. When the Iboat Is ready for service she will be taken to the coast by Capt. Muiholland \"and delivered to...

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 — 24 May 1916

^M'teOpw THE DOOR OOUNTY WBWS-- , , N|W S WORTH WHILE' VOLUME TWO STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN WEDNESDAY, MAY 24, 1916 Associations Agree To Agree Directors of Both Fruit Exchanges Pass Resolu- tions to Market Fruit Together. Four Men Will Act As a Board Of Control Result Will be Fruit Growers Will Enjoy a Better Market Price For Their Produce. Door county to the front. The two fruit associations have agreed to market their fruit under one board of management Harmony has been brought into «amp and the- associations will work together this summer. The results are that the fruit growers will get a tetter price for tbeit products, meet •with less expense in marketing the fruit and the over-head expense win l» reduced. r Both associations nad a~ meeting of their directors Saturday evening and both passed the same resolutions, .namely that each ajpoiat two directors who are to act together this season and have sole control of the market- ing of the fruit The Door County Fruit Exchange Appoi...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 24 May 1916

iiii«iiiiil©iiiiJi mmmwmt '.], H. JR. faherwood made a trip \"to Green Bay Sunday, returning the i?atoe evening. : :- -'::\"l^iE^''*Buebr''.wIibrb'.'eVpibyed ' at the Pauly and PaHly warehouse was a Sunday visitor'• at Algoma, ' Mis3 Mattie ' Defaut left Monday morning for Stevens Point where she • WUI.\\ivi8it? •\"':/:•] -'::•*•• Ed Jones, owner of the large fruit orchard, received a carload of lime for use at his place during the week. Miss Mary Ellenbecker left on Sun- day morning for Eyanstqn, 111., where she/went to pay a visit. ' :' 'v-'li^r./\"'and.Mrs...JbB. Kohlbeck of Al- goma were visitors here for a few hours on Monday. N. N. Strand £ ts making a profession- al visit at many of the towns in the northern part of, the county this week George Hoslett left on Monday morning for Gren Bay on one of his regular business trips, having vis- ited over Sunday at his home. Milton Abel numbered among the passengers on the Sunday train, going to Luxemberg where he spent the day wit...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 24 May 1916

!f|J^^srs PageD^tedta Farmers, Interest By FARMER FURROW PIG BAISING -UEAJfS MONEY AND TUN FOB COUNT! BOYS let's Go Into Business Every farmer, boy should be in busi- .ness. One that will keep him Interested in farm work. V One that will train him for his ,work when he_becomes a man. pne that will return a profit. One that will not take so much of liis^ time that it will interfere with liis school work, or keep him from Tiaving plenty of time for baseball, ^swimming and shooting gophers. Such a business is pig raising. Boys, don't ypu think you ought to .lie in business? Veil, we are going to . .-tell you how you can have a business of your owft. One in which you will lave a chance to handle livestock and •crops plan1 with other boys and men .study-markets and make money. Pig Taising offers all these chances and -many others to show what you can do .at .farming. So let us plan to get to raising-pigs just as soon as we can. It is a business which is not new to .most of you. You have ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 24 May 1916

TgE BOOB COUNTY ffEW8.'/MAt-Ife IMfli liS i ^3|^e|4^pw^^ fcvjtatejea. M.MOond-clMs outtu Jihr l, Ml* •* Jfce poeteflee «t Sterceon BwTVto. •emie, end«r lb* set of HereVt. 187*. viAv:-, : \\TP0BU8HKD.l'WMKIiY BI -. •' TTHE DOOR COUNTY NEWS :- ,•'•':'. -.'.•''•.•:.'•• VncorperdttJ) MABL U. UAPhANT, Pmldent end Xsaaeer B. A. 0.TTNDBBBO, Vioe-Pretldent i&i ':••:: WAQRMBtt, Secretary •&& Treeeem. •II ooauanaieetiooi to Tfce Hews, . Slergeoa Bey, WUeoaala. Sob*cription Price, $1.00 Per Year Stnrgeon Bay, Wis, May 24,1916. •J Mother's pension law has had its first cafee in Door county. We advise all mothers who are able to get in under that pension law to make appli- cation at once. There is no reason why you shouldn't. You are entitled to it as well as any'one. The first applicant got $35 a month. Make ap- plication now and get a salary. f: : The fruit associations have agreed to agree. This undoubtedly is one •'.pi the biggest boosts for a bigger and better Door county than...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 24 May 1916

THE POOB COtJSOT TTEWS MA^St^ 1916 § P '•- from •\" • ••'••'\" ? : ——', :.' . '''.' MERE AND THERE sen, unloaded 35,000 feet of lumber and 50,000 shingles at Garrett Bay last week for the new _ summer hotel at that place. WASHINGTON ISLAND The \"Arrow, Capt Abe Jessen, ar- ea here last week with a cargo of fling material -for various parties. ' P. Jacobsen left Saturday to re- lye medical treatment at a hospital Sturgeon Bay. Antone B. Anderson moved last the farm he purchased from ris Jensen last falL He sold his d place to Magnus Gunnslaugen. Mrs. ^ l a Jensen entertained Ber uslc pupils at her home last Satur- y afternoon. The afternon was very easantly spent Martin Lovig, who returned fro'm icago some time ago, has accepted position on the boat with Theodore hnson. Miss Harriet Christiansen, daugh- r of Capt. Ole Christiansen, arrived om Chicago last week and will visit her home here for some. time. Ml1., Gufiess, the government tele- one lineman, arrived here last Sat- ay to l...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 24 May 1916

iiwreaiie i-: Hbpp pipped a car- load of ii-.epfock to the Chicago ninrk- r on .Montiy / /,:. .-•. \"-':-:: .'•* :% ': Albany boy was born to Mr^snd Mrs. JOB. Lorts^^^etr home ta^Third -ward on Wedn'teday evening of last •week..- 'V. : \\X ,£*}:':•. ' ' '-..C'VA '.^, -- ,--V:. A bomcicg baby Doy\"arrW^^l attl.e kome o? Mr and^Mrs, YWiaco Oram MOPday of Jast'^'weei| Babe and jupther are getting along nicely. JJaye Lauzon who is- employed at thJe A. S. Pufmiin Livery • had one of s ' hia/fingers smashed one day last week. ^\" : K A trunk which he, was trying- to lift, i^*ert-on his hand smashing' the finger. • jj V| T&B Ladies Aid o the Congregation- al /church will serve a supper on :'..... Thursday, May 23, in the church parwitness - .vIor£. All are cordially invited to ai- }::/.-.:.- tend. • •V :.V:'' •'••• ,. J . TJtie Girls Club will hold their laet J school pn^hur8day evening. As thier ^J Trill be the : last meeting of the sea- £i • eon, all members are .urgently request-...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 24 May 1916

THE DOOB COUTST1 TOWS ^ A Y 24,1916 • A. B. Wilson of Baileys Harbor was & visitor & the city Tuesday. Adolpli Roeser of Sister Bay was a visitor hi the city Monday. ii M. 'Washburn,went over to Mari- nette Monday,afternoon on business. Miss Clarissa Writl spent a few days the latter part of the week visiting at Algoma with friends. A. W.Maples returned the first ol the • week from a few days pleasure trip and visit at Milwaukee. Richard A. Noelck left on Friday af- ternoon 'on one of his-regular business trips to Chicago, v Wni. Moore of ForestviUe was a business visitor in the city between trains on Friday. -, Mrs. E. R. Fischer spent a few days of the past week visiting'at her former home in Green Bay. •• • , - Mrs. Carl Dreutzer, Mrs. Rufus Kellogg and Miss Mercy Greisen mo- tored to Green Bay on Tuesday Everiett.Valentine ofjjlphraim motor- ed to the city Tuesday and spent\" few: hours here on business. . Frank Slaby came over from Algoma on Tuesday morning to spend a d...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 24 May 1916

I f t ^ l ^ i ^ £ ^ I K Mere and There::bad •JPorestrlller Commencement, May 18 V As the day was bright and fair, a crowd of eight hundred people con- Sgregated ,in Forestvllle early in the 'morning to attend all of the Com- iinehc^ment exercises. The Luxemburg band furnished excellent music during the day and for the dance ai night. The band lead the parade down from the school to LeCloux's ball. All of the girls were dressed in white sailor .suits with red ties, and the boyB wore :-whltt» sport shlrte with red ties./ The following program waa given: Opening : Song .... .V........ . School Address of Welcome v. .Ernest Bergcr ::Group of three songs, Miss LeClairo's Jtooai. *%roe The Mirth Provoking School Room ................Nint h Grade ^roup of three Songs..Miss Boldt's Roomi ^ngf--Mother MaCbree..Mr. Harting 2 = Forcistvilie Photo A%um A Sloan, reader. Soflg--Que«n of May. .Miss Larson's %::Room' /' , . |Tl«sentation of Certificates of Attend- iSanceiand Diplomas to Ninth G...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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