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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 28 June 1916

WM^W^0^&S^f^^y\\r 5^^S??Stpw? ^ft^l' One Fleeting Smite is ^ $if f^feiv.iifi'*^ THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS—\"NEWS WORTH WHILE' STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28, 1916 Messrs. Lyons and Atwood of The Tax Com- mission Were Present as Judges of Evidence. Adjourned Until July Twentieth At Madison Several Witnesses Were Examined. Proper Definite Evidence Lacking. Decision Later. M. CARMODY MISSING. Mysteriously Disappeared Saturday Evening. County Wide Search ^ Is of No Avail The hearing on the appeal cf the town of Clay Banks from the equaliza- tion made by the county board last fall was held at the court house on Friday before Commissioners Lyons and Atwood of the state tax commis- sion. After the close of the hearing Commissioner Lyons was interviewed hy a representative of the News and made the following statement: \"The hearing on the appeal was un- satisfactory in some respects. Neither the appealing town nor those opposed to it made sufficient preparation. \"While there was...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 28 June 1916

/THE DOOByCptim NEWS JUNE 38, 1916. m$Nm&^WQ^G$ \\,^& N&::J&&iia]:'mototoeft to Casco Sat- * urday afternoon on a business trip. ^ ^ Mis& Blanche Spalsbury is here from ^C)jicag6 visitlrigat her home. v l %Mr.^d^s.:EmirPaTll)Bckof Kohl- jberg spent a few days the first of the • ^^»ylsitln g here with friends ^saJjenni e and little Jtorgaret Lee panied by Les Hitt on one of hie regu- lar trips. They went as far as Red River.- .-, -. . £?The gasoline launch Arbutus of the. /united Fruit Growers Co. loaded here Monday with lime, brick and other building material which was taken to Horseshoe Bay and will be used in the o Green Bay spent a tew days of ttaef e r e c t i o n o f t h e buildings which\" are .^wt. week visiting here with friends, 1 JS°lne UDa t t n a t beauty spot '\"\"':Mifl8 Elsie Conrad came up from u p Milwaukee last week to be in attend- ance at the Conrad-Plinske wedding. Miss Elsie acted as bridesmaid. \" Miss Gertarude Schumann returned •du...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 28 June 1916

ffiE DOdE COUNTT KE,VTS jinVE 2S, 1916. War Minister Assumes Responsi- bility for Fight. ORDERED BY \"FIRST CHIEF\" P m. Statement Says an American Force • ' T r i e d to Occupy i the RaU-^^^C -.\" '//'way Station', at / : '-V'/\\' ' •••'•• /.*':'v\":-.-•'Parrjzal.' . •/•'••'•- .'//-' / /Siexico City, June 2:.-iFul respoh-. sfbillfyfor the attack upon American soldiers at Cnrrlza! is assumed by Mia-. •Ister of War Obruj'on inuii official ' statement Issued\", at tne war depart- ment - This says •that.\" the Americans Avere trying to occupy the railway sta- tion at Carrizai. ./ :•\"..'/- /General Carranza has called a full meeting of the cabinet. At this Gen- •eral Obrcgon will make a/complete re- port on'the situation. . .The statement issued by General Obregoh follows: W/^'The ministry under-my charge by •itiiejfirs chief's' orders 'Instructed Geti. ' Jacinto.B: Trevino on Juno IS that If 1:-Gen?ral.-Pcjrshing' forces,-:forming, the punitive Expedition -which,., penetrated //our^na...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 28 June 1916

THE DOOB COTOTy WBW8 JUNE 28, 191CC ^f§fi^^^wr^::N^s •JfnUtti u ateoaieitm*' m»tUr. IB*, 1 * ^ * P«»t«ffloJ i t Sturgeon\"Bar, /••Bri*. rader »b« »et of March 8, 1878, ayTVta* fe K*'- KiPOBLISHED WEEKLY' BT •'.'. ' 3HE DOOR COUNTY NEWS 5p4fer,-r- -''.-:^r (JncbTporatrS) •AJ&L M. LAPLANT, PrwideM »nd M»n«i« • . A. LUNDBERG, Vtee-Pre*ident J?. WAGENEB, Secretary aod TrtMnrw. i U i m all eommaaieationa to Th»N.wi. ' Bturjeon Bay. Wlieonain. Snbicription Price, $1.50 Per Year Sturgeon Bay, Wis., June 28, 1916 There are a few people in the coun- : iywho still think that because they •scaped paying poll tax for a number Ct years that they do not have to paywhen I t There was almost a case of this tbe past week in the courts because i«me young man had not paid hi3 taxour .lor some years and did not intend to : * It now, After consulting with an : attorney on the matter ho dicided wise ly to pay the tax that was duo theof •town. The officer of the town took the right move ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 28 June 1916

THE BOOB COtlKTY NEWS JUNK 2 $ 1916. THIS AND THAT — — :— —:—— from ——-—:—: :—- HER E AN D THER E WASHINGTON ISLAND The band will hold aconcert Satur- day evening, July'1st. Remember at Nelson's hall. Rev.'H.. Plumbech of the Lutheran church at Marinette arrived here Sat- urday. He will remain for several days and hold meetings. Wm. Jess made a business trip to Sturgeon Bay the latter part of last week, returning home\" the forepart of this week. - Miss Dora Hansen arrived home last week from Chicago and will remain here during the summer. Miss Han- sen was the guest of the Ford peace expedition to Norway. Wm. Jess received a Ford car one morning last week and sold it the earne day to Roy Richter. He re- ceived another one on the boat Sat- urday evening. A spirited ball game was played last Sunday at \"Washington Harbor, be- tween the local boys and a picked f ^ e o n •*»*•. s h o r a team from across the Door.. The score 'expected/soon as their cottage. Is near- built for a large ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 28 June 1916

r-le li'§KiMl/ltra8toeB& iibusra:Will'be'closed all | 8 ^ H ^ ^ J^C.. Dana,'Ca'received' a car- ||^:vlota4 8iiipment^o Buicks 'during the |S^ ^eefc:. ': -: •'• ::'. . ••'',V.r • • ^---v:: IteT.^:Henry • Faville.: D. 0. of Lake. 3|3'|: Wills will preach in the Congregation- % | ^ churcli Sunday at II o'clock. | j ^ v Tlie public library will be closed •n^ittom. the(evening of June 30, until the §& ' :jBtb^otJuly in order that the floors |'S' jnay be'oiled. ':. .:. .. ? S The fine yacht Tipperary owned by -|i^ B. N. Murphy'passed through the bay t y Sunday evening, bound north. The s : yacht is certainly a trim craft and Ji euta the water at a good clip, igv•:'• Miss Hazel SutherB entertained a ^number of her friends at a six o'clock ^ • d i n n e r at the SutherB residence on | U Sunday, evening. The several present ^•enjoyed the delightful affair greatly. )V: The front of the Scofleld hardware ^atore received a coat of paint dur- ^ , teg the week. The front of the Peo- j V...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 28 June 1916

THE BOOB C0TOTTKEW8 JUNE 28, 1916. Gtirselves in Print Justin Chaudbir of Brussels was a Dusiness vfsitor in the city Saturday. ^Pr. Murphy of Brussels was a busi- ness caller in the city Thursday. Peter Poh of Forestville was a vis- itor in. the city Friday. Miss Gertrude Klumb visited at Map- lewood Tuesday and Wednesday. John Fellers of Maplewood was a business visitor in the city Saturday. Miss Evelyn Writt took her depar- ture Sunday evening for Green Bay •where she has secured employment Carlyle Ramage came over from Al- goma Sunday and spent the day with relatives and friends in the city. 'Walter Hanson came up from Man- itowoc Sunday to spend a few days at his home in this city. Henry Long, former townsman, was over from Algoma Sunday to visit with relatives and friends in the city. Wm. Moore of Forestville was a vis- itor in the city between trains Mon- day Chas. E. Wanniger, Chas. Hopp, F. Wessley and W. Seiner of Kewaunee •were motorists to this city Sunday. George Beyer ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 28 June 1916

TBE PQOg COTOCT SEWS JTCTE 'g£kJlfflt | s pis ^HSSSBw f&ffiJ.v^'Haegde '^'werit .t6 :Green^Bay: \"\"\" ^Batard«0r to -visit k k- kkkPeter Brey made a \"trip to Algoma 'kSWday.'-- ft j Henry Brandt went to -Green Bay Friday on business. •'•t • Miss Ixmlsa Zlrbel made a business .trip to Algoma Wednesday. \"•, Sidney Koto and wife of Green Bay k jjnotored thru here on Wednesday! kk ^Jos. Hafeman autoed to Sturgeon Bay Tuesday on business. i Miss Gertrude Schmitz was a visi- tor at Maplewood Thursday. • Mrs. Joseph Immel went to Menomi- n e e Saturday to pay a visit . Emil Klatt of Algoma was a busi- ness visitor hero Tuesday. • Tal Fagg came home Tuesday from Sturgeon Bay for a short visit Herman Meister made a \"business trip to Algoma Tuesday. C. Fabry Sundayed at his home in Red River. ' Miss Irma Wolske was a visitor at Algoma Monday. JOB. l^achia motored to Sturgeon Bay lasl. ^Saturday. Carl Hovi and wife of Manitowoc came up Saturday to spend several days visiting with rel...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 28 June 1916

THE t»OOR COUNTY WEW8 JUNE 28, 1916. Farmers Page Devoted td^Ejarmers' Interest By FARMER FURROW SOME GOOD RESULTS OF PIG CLUB WORK * « £ « ? « £ £ KJ Jg'lg jg «J KJ«jg «««««!«: The pis club work, which is design- ed to encourge farui boys to raise good pigs, has been extended rapidly through' the co-operative efforts of the United States department of agriculture and the agricultural colleges./-^' July 1, 1915, the agricultural ^colleges of the following states had^joined with the department in,.furthering this move- ment: Louisiana, Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina, Kentucky, Indiana and Nebraska. During the fall of 1015 it was taken up In Texas, Arkansas, ^Oklahoma, Massachusetts,- California . and Oregon. The work will bo ex- tended to other states is fast as funds permit. During 1915 there were over 10,000 club members in the states named, of whom 5.S27 were in Louisi- ana, Alabama and Georgia, where the work has been ha progress two years or longer. , ^ . Some t...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 28 June 1916

lilP0 THE DOOH COUNTi JfEWS JUNE 28, 10KL i A StoryofMountainRait^ AUTHOR OF -WHISPERING SMITH * \"THE MOUNTAIN DIVIDE,\" \"STRATEGY OF GREAT RAILROADS,\" ETC. NOVELIZED FROM THE MOV- ING PICTURE PLAY OF THE SAME NAME. PRODUCED BY THE SIGNAL FILM CORPORA-' TION. COPYRIGHT, 1915, BY IRAl.'CH. SPEARMAN. . The local that day carried : half a dozen bpx cars, with two coaches hooked on the hind end for the Signal passengers. When tho train nulled-in, Storm, with Spike and the tennis guests, boarded it. Seagrue, having driven up by machine, remained, greatly pleased with the situation. The train drew away from the station arid:tho agent returned to tho oflice. Seagrue and Helen walked down the platform. The .moment Perkins readied his desk his-eyes rented on UIQ flimsy he had forgotten to Rive the meeting order for No. 8. He dashed out of doors, shouting-vainly after the disap- pearing train. Seagnio stopped him. \"What's the matter?' Perkins was hardly able to'speak: \"I overlooked an or...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 28 June 1916

i l l THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS JUNE 28, 1010. :Pitdhes No-Hit No-Run Game If there was any doubt In the minds of the local bugs that the manager of the Crystal theater couldn't deliver '••'-•\" ','-'..the goods In the baseball line it went a glimmering Sunday when that same individual, by the name of Slock ^pitched a no-hit, no run game. • •••'•.. Speaking for a minute ' about that pitcher, he is simply it when it comes \"to delivering the sphere. He has it on any pitcher we have «ver been able to have in our box and still has considerable to spare. He iias control, can field, his position, can mix the delivery at any time, sufficient to have them going all over the lot swinging at them and uses excellent Judgment Further than that there is , one thing that the gentleman in ques- tion has not, that some of our former pitchers had andthat is, he is not affect- ed with what some people would cill the \"swell head\" and is always will- ing to do his share of work to win a game. The bigges...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 28 June 1916

te, \"\"'!\"*-••\"•'••- --•:*-••-•• vtejtya^the -'and Mrs IH PflQB COPBITY JTEWW JPiTE 28, 1916. ^i?||jji HlBA niahy V jrienda in this ett? will feff^ili** pleased tq^tnc)w uia't he is meeting |t|^S^tii^tic^s8i^ interested in |i^K^ Tbmato Products Co? of that city, flfifSdeveloping.. » ctmcern whose business is 'rapidly p The company puts up a form br to- mato known as Tomato Pastej which Is now being marketed by some of the leading wholesale houses throughout ^the Jc^try^:^ -It. was f originally ah Italian dish but Is now coming into general use and is used in spaghetti, soups, sauces, etc. James graduated from the chemis- try course at the Btate university at Madison, and is head chemist at the lifefory.^.'-..Their canning plant j s a large one and is considered one of the \"beat regulated and most sanitary in the country. / V Besides attending to the official duties at the factory, he is frequent- ly called by the government as an ex- pert chemist witness in some of the cases be...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 5 July 1916

W Cup Must Be Bitter v j % ^ . ! * B ^ S l W i W ^ o i « ^ ^ :M i!:t::Mi§ :'^'i?i?fk&p$£»i£$j& THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS--''NEWS WORTH WHILE* tUME THKEE STURGEON BA1, )VlSCO]Vsi ^VEI^ESDAY, JULY 5, 1916 DUMBER ONK iiory To Start Next Monday cpect Crop And Pack To Be About The Same Afc In Previous, Prosperous Years jcal Company Decides Not To Can Cherries pl Of Cherries For Canning Purposes Limited. Com- pany Installs Modern Machinery Fith the pea crop lookingfineanding average acreage the large Reynolds ary, \"which is one of the best can- in the state, will begin op- tions the coming Monday. This is Ittle later than usual, due to theputs that, the season ha,? been some- lit backward. The weather to-d'ate been favorable and if conditions lain good, the company expects to fout.their usual large pack of peas, lie Reynolds Co. has a large force ien at present but as soon as thscan son starts many more teamsters men to work in the field will be Bded. This season's run should be ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 5 July 1916

THE DOOB COCWTT 5EWS WEDNESDAY, Jolf 5, 1916 p i l|f|||i:t^ |Tt)piCs ^SgKJ^tgSlt\" ':^: Ternianscn-Hnrnke Nuptials Laat.Wednesday evening a quiet I wedding took place at the home \"of Mr, 'and Mrs. Soren • Termansen when their Idaughtor Carrie was united in mar- riageto Walter Humke, Rev. Gardner ,tho Friends church officiating! Only jmediato relatives and near friends ^attended the ceremony. The young couple was attended by Miss Bnima Tormanson as bridesmaid . a n d Herbert Humke as groomeman, .sister and brother, respectively, of the 'brid e and: groom. Tlio homo was prettily decor- ated for the occasion, the trimmings being of light festoons. The reception that followed the ceremony lasted un- til a late hour and was enjoyed by all present. The young couple were recipients of •many beautiful and tiHcrul-gifts. They Were extended the sincere wishes of ail presont for a happy journey thru life. Thoy have taken up their residence on the Humke farm in Nasewaupeo which the groom purch...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 5 July 1916

THE DOQB COTOTY TflEW8 WEDNESDAY, July 5, 1916 A Story ofMountain AUTHOR OF ^WHISPERING SMITH,\" -THE MOUNTAIN DIVIDE,\" \"STRATEGY OF GREAT RAILROADS,\" ETC. NOVELIZED FROM THE MOV- ING PICTURE PLAY OF THE SAME NAME. PRODUCED BY -THE SIGNAL FILM CORPORA-' T I O N . COWWOHTt|()l5. BY THANK H. SPEARMAN: i i i r He Imew he was In no danger until ihe Bhould reach the mine, not even then, if he were only able to cry out. But struggle as he would, he could not (release his hands and feet nor the jgag that half choked him. Every movement of the train was so familiar to him that it added to the horror of his situation. ! He was hoping it' might ttop before ,lt should reach the deadly chute, for it was this that constituted his peril. • -Revolving rapidly in his mind the features of his situation, he felt the car rolling slowly and monotonously on until it seemed as if the train must have traversed twice the length of the switch—the track of which he was fa- miliar with—and the farther he w...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 5 July 1916

mmmm 331* POO* W ^ WmiWmiMr. | « i M ' H . XiAPlAKT, Prwldrnt wid M»»»f«t jl^B'iiXMt'BJBaa.imc^ptmiiient, .:•••.j, -•': :/:.: •••••ourselves JiiWrtM all «o«DmajJle»tion» to Th» N»wi, ^^^^iob:Pn« : $1.^50: Per: Year Sturgeon Kay, Wisconsin July5, IMC @ tWhUib:v the board of public works Is lapiiijs Bucli fine work with the oiling ||w a iaHlng of ruta oh the main, streets ||pt( •Sturgeon '. Bay, why not continue •0itWi\"tti_ good work oh the resident ^twets?''.'-.'\"••'.•','•••••. • -^ itti , Politics arc warming up. Rumor ^«h|3 it that there will bo several can- l|dJdatea for congressman in this dls- Mc£J Judgo Clausscn of Oconto was ^one of the candidate hero last week. I p i e ihidge wilV bo a candidate on the Republican ticket and undoubtedly ^fBrUljglvo any ono opposing him a run fg^ljlBmbney. tlon of bur army and navy might be likened to & man w ^ two wooden legs running around with a chip on his shoulder.-TJahesviiie Gazette.' The men who have gone to Camp Dou...

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

THIS AND THAT from WASHINGTON ISLAND ibout forty arrived on the boat last ^sday to spend the summer.' . {Antone B. Anderson has raised thej ame. of his new house. .-'-J | Clarence' Koyen has the foundation Lady'for his new house. '--j^T [BO IT. Anderson got a new^\"Ford\" st week. This is auto K O ^ D for the r Jand.' : • ' . \\x\"* . • \" :-:\" v-'P' Miss Lina E^nafson, who spent the winter/Mf^hicago Returned home Gislason and: family arrived ast Saturday night to -visit oyer he Fourth. • . . / \\-.' v . - /?•/'•--' . Mr. Stevenson, foreman of the road bt for h'is home Friday. The men put 1-2 yards of stone on the road Sat Irday. . \".••.. /-'/': ' There will probably be a lull In the oad work after the Fourth because the- scarcity of help during haying r a few weeks 0. Eiane is visiting here with s Lindal. Mr.''Eiane has just fin- shed his third enlistment in theU.S.. fravy. Mr. Lindal was formerly a ship- mate of his. • Andrew G. Swenson.is building a barn 32xG4. The work is bein...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 5 July 1916

Ifi |(^a^^iB^5wlth a\"'babjr.boy 'Saturday. ^ h ^ l ^ v B r r i f a i doming -inttme td join i|||||pe -icfelei^ati^^pf pie I Fourth. '^6-':6^iotida7pt Maxwells and one „,..,,. ^J^O^dyOfVBulcks'werfe the shipments ^^^^^fe.wr&^recelved'',thia'. week by the fel||ji()t&:ageittts,' J. C. Dana Co.' ' ^^ ?v-^q\\Reynoid8-.Preserving 'Co.' recelv- ^|S^ja-icoupl e carloads of mules and |§f§§|ltprees Saturday, which Ed. Reynolds i t that firm had purchased in the iifi^uui. .^4'^:' • ^ i Ail eleven pound baby girl arrived Jj\\£i the:'-M:orne of. Mr. and Mrs. Henry rMjichaels 'A ednesday of last week.)The ^notjier rnd babe are gevlug along bniceiy. :-.•':: Gus Seidemnn has taken possession of the grocery store on Church street y-which lie recently purchased from F. \"Solomon. Mr. Seideman is assisted in intog his Btore by his son Bert. M ^ Quite a crowd of people journeyed u i^Voyer to Marinette the Fouth on the S WBon Ami and celebrated Independence Sfjtey in that clty.j Others jour...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 5 July 1916

(rere irV'V. Cady and family of Green Bay motorists to .this: city Sunday. Leischow of Algpma was a iimday vpto r in the city. Dr. A. W. Slaughter of Ephraim was visitor in the city Wednesday, jos. Debroux of Brussels was in the ty. Saturday on business. Wm. Draeb of Kewaunee spent'.the eek-end in tlie city. ^ A Mise Katherine Moeof Washington sland is visiting in the city, with r?la- VeS. • • ••' ' - '-'. .'' . . /\"' H. Overbeck was a visitor at Al- goma a couple of days, the latter part bf last week. '\"••.\" • .\"- C. J. LaPeer of Fish Creek was• '\"•& business visitor in the city Wediies- ay. ' .,- Y^Z-'-r Miss Mary Schack arrived during week from Milwaukee to pay a isit at her home. Mr. and Mrs. George Bassford of Vlgoma spent the week end visiting yith relatives and friends.in the city. George Ashby is here from Milwau- Ikee paying a visit at the home of his Iparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joel Ashby. Mrs. Wm. Fandrei and Mrs. N Fan- [drei of Ellison Bay were visitors in [the city...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 5 July 1916

lltltllllM :(3flii6re:: n§ ,...,r,wr,.,„v, ,|il^6^TTlttE:.i0: ^ Sll^i||w^l*ScinDiaclier?•.: : Jl^RW^'^^dlng^took. place- at- the r JJLSj^&jiiivchiirchion Wednesday after- ij^l^^hdn:Miss felsie Zirbel became p!^'| 'ftfi^«,pf\\^illScn«inwhor of kohl-' |J(b«^^toe^^e7^rnohy. being performed ' \"J^- ^e^.-Berger.\" ' •'•]•'. ^ gJWiree couples ^were In attendance, ||!|^^jbeing the Misses Ada Schumach- *^$fft Wilian': ^irb el/dnd..--Edfth Kay and ||j:|li^Mes8rsv 3Frank Zirbef, Otto Selm* Igraacheir a n a Arthur Fenske. ^ j l ^ ^ ' P ^ B the ceremony a reception || Jlimfl Jiejd 8fc tjie bride's homo and a gapedduig meai served to ihe many o bride is a daughter of Mr. and August Zirbel, sr., and is well P£* lmown here. The groom is the son of ^ * M r . find Itfrs. John Schumacher of jBrussols and is one of the prosperous 'jBung farmers of that town. The |^ir joining couple have taken up their resl- te- ?aence in Brussels. mrs. m BE\"', Schmitz-SchioKscr On Tuesfday morning of last Tv...

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