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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 30 August 1916

THE iOO WrtnTTY IWW8 iUGUSlV^O Wlis Oarselv/es in Prin t ^.Mrs. J. M. Blau is spending the •week visiting in Milwaukee. H. R. Holand of. Ephraim was a business visitor in the city Saturday. Leroy Voight of Gills Rock was a business jvisitor in the city Saturday. '•'•:'. Mrs. Norb'ert Gleasner spent Satur- day and Sunday visiting at Green Bay. .Prin. R. Soukup returned Sunday morning' from a trip to outside points. Postmaster H. A. Wagener was a business visitor at Green Bay Mon- day. Miss Nina Wieting spent several days of the past week visiting at Green Bay. • Mrsi Jacob Rosenberg spent Sunday visiting at Green Bay at the home of Mrs. Silverberg. _••• _ Mr. and Mrs. Henry Overbeck spent Sunday visiting with relatives and friends at Algoma. The Misses Ella Mae and Florence Gopdlet of Ephraim were visitors in the city Monday. . Mrs. Edward Bassett of Appleton is •visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. E. J. Symons W. W. Kiewieg of Kewaunee was a visitor in the city Thursday of la...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 30 August 1916

^^|i|?Sm^rÂ¥^to vSttiPgeon iaa^ !evenlng -i'r^s: 'f ':'•' • |0f|t^a^?ahd wife went over ^pur&aa^5St i •)% • • :.^y: [ • |w||R(|i8l|i''bpeiat a- 'few hours ^ _ ^u||d'^^eiw^njtra|n8'.\"'--'' j j p ^ J i ^ l ^ ^ o W l f f r g ^ o t o r - ^OTd^j^lil!nsthe8S.::'v-H ,•- • pj^^i^|Hfen^l,eege 'and . teh- \"l^^f^jiipil^ybod {Sunday to jSl^i *en t jtb Sturgeon Bay ^sit »Isi^ifoV w ho-is at the ^|^l^|F^ai»k -Ro8e: and: Jake | e n l ^ g ^ t l g o 'Tuesday to pay ||pyMjfe3B(l Mueller motored to ^Sunday- to visit Frank Staci fl^-^^-Kf-':'•'•-. •• -'.'.'..'Fred J & % « . \"tym. 6. Mueller and ^feei were visitors at the couuty raanesijay ' - ' \"'•'\"•'. |||t5Haegele and Jon. Frolui«li of P^ero: .visitors In the village A ' FMaizirbel underwent an op- ftOT\\ ^appendicitis at the Pco^ iapital in .Sturgeon Bay last |iaay.^:: -:. :,\". . '-' ^ f K l r c h n e r arrived Friday ^ g o n e WB 8 'nJ«rcd. il^aukee to visit relatives and l^^Adolph w?as raised and brot W&^xp*':-'-A- ':.--'/-'...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 30 August 1916

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Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 30 August 1916

%&f&$i' ?^ AUGUST so i»i« ciBiiAiteissuE^ ljfpemanif Peaceful Settlement ,o* f c ^ : ^ v Wage Controversy. STRIKE MUST BE AVERTED. BACTERIA FOUND IN UDDER Almost Unanimously, Newspaper* In- dorse Propoiala o f Railway Managers That Wage Question Bo Settled by Interstate Commerco Commission or by Arbitration Under the Newlands /i- -LiW.j • / ' ' Chicago.—The proposed strike by all «*Uway train service employees In or- tier to Becnre a \\yage lncreoBe of $100,- ©00,000 a year la condemned by news- •paper eaitorsthroughont the country. They declare auch a strike would bsj a public calamity and that It must be. everted. Almost unanimously the editors In- Uorso the proposals made by the com- xxaUXeo of railway managers to the leaders of the brotherhoods—that the :wago question be settled by the inter- state commerco commission or by ar- bitration under the 'Newlands law. The following extracts from news- paper editorials fairly relloct public pentimemt on this most important ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 30 August 1916

THE noon COUNTY-mws AjjiRirsT &im U/VVMVMW^6V^rÂ¥lrmVkVt',V/ Ttieir WeddingDay B , MARY JAMES | (Copyright, 1916, by W. Q. Chapman.) Jim and Dolly were off at last. The train was moving, and there -was nothing to do except furtively pick up the grains of rice that they occasion- ally found about their clothing. Dolly leaned back in perfect bliss against Jim's shoulder. \"Are you entirely satisfied and hap- 3y dear?\" she asked. \"res,\" said Jim. \"There's only one •thing wanting to make this perfect bliss.\" \"What is It?\" \"Will Lennox always said he'd be •my best man, and I was to be his. If lie hadn't been sent to Baltimore last year he'd have acted for me, I know.\" \"But couldn't he have come up from Baltimore, dear?\" asked Dolly. . \"I don|t know—perhaps he couldn't get away,\" answered Jim.v Hours afterward they reached their destination. Jim proudly signed \"Mr. and Mrs.\" on the register, and they were shown up to their apartment, after dinner. \"Dearest,\" said Jim ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 30 August 1916

^ ^ ^ p o e t t { T^ain: Into Camp 5y A '', It was the • same old story in the same old way Sunday when Marinette went down to defeat before the Cherry Pickers by a 5 to 1 count, v One of the 'biggest obstacles in their path was Stock. He had everything needed Sunday/ had them bending in all directions and plenty of smoke. The result was that he struck out 20 Marinette, batsmen without exerting Mmself. Stock has fanned 20 batsmen on other occasions and could have bettered his record had he tried earlier to the game. In the first, second, sixth, seventh and eighth innings, Stock did aU the work for the Stur- geon Bay team, being credited with three strike outs in each inning men tioned. Of course the Marinette bats- men could not hit anything they could not see. They only gleaned two h(ts off his delivery, one being a lucky drive by Kellner, who fanned the other times he was at bat. Some of the local fans were disap- pointed because Eddie House, did not show up with the local team. T...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 6 September 1916

W$IM^ THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS—\"NEWS WOftTE WHILE' VOLUME THREE STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1916 NUMBER TEN\" ENJOY BOOSTER TRIP Fifty-Eight Cars Carrying Over f 250 People Make Trip in Spite Of The Threatening Weather. Tour Termed Decided Success Stops Made at Forestville, Algoma, Ke- waunee, Luxemburg, Casco and Brussels. Big' Crowds Turn Out at All Places. Fifty-eight automobiles, headed by- Secretary Ollinger's car and the band, made the booster trip thru southern Door and Kewaunee counties' Monday to advertise the Door-Kewaunee Coun- ty Fair. In spite of the bad weather Monday morning, 250 citizens of the city and nearby districts displayed their loyalty by joining the ranks of the boosters. Had the day been more favorable for such a trip many more car should have joined the boosters, but as it was Secretary Ollinger stated that the number of citizens who used their -cars and carried their families and friends on the trip exceeded all ex- pectations, and he • w...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 6 September 1916

ilMEEY TOPICS 6f SAWYER Livery Changes Hands TheSpalsbury Livery Stable has ^hanged hands. This, time it became tte pxoperty of Henry Teltke of Jack- ^Bonport The livery' stable and busi- faiesa was part of the trade for Mr. Deitke's fine 80-aere farm In the town [of JackBonport The deal was closed V the latter part of last week. U in- J bluded the livery stable, horses and fj propertywhich the stable occupies. None of the other property owned by ^JiE.,Spalsbury figured in the deal. Mr. Teltke is a Bon-ln-law of Frank Teskoi owner of the Bay View House: ^Unquestionably he will enjoy a good ,:xuri of patronage as .that livery did good business under the management otDick Spalsbury. £ Married This MorWng A quiet wedding took place at the Corpus Chrlstl church at nine o'clock this morning when \"Wm. • Tesko was united in marriage to Emily Skula. The ceremony was performed by Rev. LH.\"-N. Pfelfer. .Following the church ceremony a i: •wedding breakfast was served to the '0 wedding part...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 6 September 1916

THIS AND THAT '•• ' '•—-——— from — —— — — HER E AND THERE -M !* F0RESTV1LLE W^ State Fair Boosters The 150 state fair boosters in their forty fine cars paid this village a visit Friday morning, arriving here about. 11:35. The cars lined up on the street for quite a distance. The business men and citizens of the town did all in their power to i^ake their short stay a welcome one. -\"A-large banner with the words \"Wel- come State Fair Boosters'' was stretched across the street in the main business section. , The band which ac- companied them played plenty of mu- \"sic while here and the entire gather- ing formed a long parade aftcTniarch- ed down the street. Two short speech- es were made by prominent members of their party which were loudly ap- plauded by the large crowd of people tjjat gathered. Theboosters were certainly a bunch of live ones and made things lively during their stay here. They lined up in running order and left for Stur- geon Bay \"about 12 o'clock. valuable horse ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 6 September 1916

Himoral §8a$^Dcfrv was^hora'.to. Sir.'•,:• am |^|n^W. SImonl&taay. jTHdlEer lll^iSe/'are' doing nicely. y '- '••. '•:::: |g|j^ ^ T.' Uv wilV^hdid their' next fSnieeUng on ^Tuesday after- ffctjthe coming week at the home jMaTy Reynolds. ^ ^ U t C i i t U e plumber' arrived at5 * oi&ne piMr-vand Mrs Albert Wiest! $3iii«jaayevening of last week^TEe gifts were tendered the young lady, uplift play \"The Island of Re- Generation\" will be shown at the op- era house, . Saturday afternoon, September 3rd, Miss Mary Higgins entertained at her home for Miss Fae Pittinger Brown, whose engagement was recently an- nounced. The event was termed a most pleasant affair. Many beautiful HUNDREDS LEAWJTG Door County's Summer \"Visitors Left JJy Hundreds the Latter Part of Last Week «r}anfl boy are doing nicely •e ^wlil be services in the .Con- itlonal church Sunday. Sunday- llwitt be held at 10 o'clock. At jfclbck J. W. Adams will deliver an te following marriage licenses were tfdithe past w...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 6 September 1916

THE DOPE COPITTY WSW8 SEPTEMBfca 6, 1916 Tuesday bs Katherine Graass -was a visitor feen Bay Sunday. Christophal of Milwaukee -was fetor in the city Tuesday. $8 Anna Graf left Sunday for- Bay to spend a week! Schreiber of Fish Creek spent hours in the city Friday on less. ' Cornish returned Saturday ev- from a visit at Jefferson and Itkinson. and Mrs. Edward E. Gillen of Lukee were visitors in the city scher of Milwaukee was here rst of the week on one of his visits, Maude^ouerstein arjSved here evenW^ from Milwaukee to pay with'relatives. V..,! ,A. C. Tolton and family of ] Bay spent several days of the reek visiting in the city.' §h Geniesse of Green Bay spent [days of the past week visiting |is brother, A. J. Geniesse. ad Mrs. George A. Bassford of visited here during the week elatives and friends. Hazel McCoy left \\g for Chicago, being called to jty on business. Richmond and Ernil .'Hoidett |d to Two Rivers and Manito- awlay and Monday. DeLair of Green Bay, propri- [ DeLair's ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 6 September 1916

iiijli^elirid There:: :VY WASHINGTON ISLAND ^Raymond McDonald has been on-the elck list but Is somewhat better at this writing. Several of the local fleet went to Marinetteand Sturgeon Bay for. In- spection during the past week, re- turning a few days later. Most of the tourists have left the Island, some on account of the sea- son and some on account of the look- ed-for-striko which did not material- ize.- :v-'- • .-.' . : Mrs. Lawrence Gislason will leave for Sturgeon Bay the latter part of this week to spend some time visiting with her parents and sisters at Stur- geon Bay. Pete Anderson ban been carrying the mail right according to schedule the past\"summer. There Js one thing to say about Pete, he is always on the j0b... V ^ As fine a fish boat as you want to /see was brought into port by Hagen Y*Bros. this week.The plans were work- e d out from their own ideas and the /craft was built at the Peterson Boat VjVorks at Sturgeon Bay, Our local carrier, John Malloch had a , holiday...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 6 September 1916

THE DOOR COUNTY 1HBW8 SEPTEMBER 6, WIG TIfe jDbtfr County News Xnttriad M leeond-elwi matter July 1, 1114 it the poatofita at Sturgeon Bay, WU- •aofla, nader the act of March '8. 1879. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BT THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS * (jtncoTporatt.4) BABI* M. LAPLANT, President and Uanagat ffl A. LTJNDBERO, Vica-Preaident W. WAOENEB, Secretary and Treaanrar. addxeli all commnalCBtiona to Tke Newt, Stnrceon Bay. WUcomln. . .^Ascription Price, $1.50 Per Year Sturgeon Bay, Wis, September 6,1916 I told you so. Did your candidate win? Of course. Governor Phillip got a splendid en- dorsement- from the people of this «ounty, showing beyond any doubt /-£bat they are well satisfied with, the administration's policies. The booster trip to Kewaunee coun- ty was just the thing. It showed the people of that county that we expect them to divide the honors of the fair .and unless we are badly mistaken they will come from Kewaunee with a booster trip which will surprise even •we natives. .. - In last w...

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 — 6 September 1916

^^Hl^SO^ mllUWrn ,,.^4'^ : !Qpi^nv Jifl)ii$e which: will to S ber Itiy the congregation of St. Jos- j jepn^s cliurch -will be one of tie grand- S^sjt, Observances of a similar nature : y«ver^teld in this county. The ceie- bratiohjon these three days is to be two-fold In purpose, it not only marks \" the 50th anniversary of the founding of the local parish but it is also the 30th anniversary of the ordination to the priesthood of the pastor, Rev. Alpb. Broens. Her. Broens has been at the head of the local parish for 25 years and : It is through his untiring efforts that such a strong congregation .and such a fine church and other building's have .been built : '\\ • ''[ The plans in, general for the three days observanceXare complete but a few of the minor details of tho festivi- ties are being arranged by the several committees. It means much to every member of the congregation of that \"largo church and all arc putting forth their best efforts to make itxan un- paralleled success. ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 13 September 1916

l|J|||pj||''^^ this Paper :W^aniSM Hm :$m THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS~«'NEWS WORTH WHILE* VOLUME THREE 8TURGE0JJ BAY, WISCOJfSES WEDNESDAY* SEPTEMBER IS, 1916 NUMBER ELEYEW JOHNSONjfipra Johnson Case Before Court Three 'Days. Jury Returns With Ver- dict \"Not Guilty\" Friday Evening Hlis Given 10 Year Sentence •*Other Cases on Calendar Being Dis- posed of.' Court Will In All Frob- ability Complete Session This After- * noon. The September term of circuit court -will probably draw to a close this Wed- nesday \"afternoon as practically all -cases had been tried or settled up to»»« Wednesday morning. The two cases that will come before the court today ..are those of Amelia Poehler vs. Henry Poehler (divorce case) and Henriette .Marchant vs. Norine Marchant and Tictoria Marchant. A settlement is pending in the latter case. The case of W. C. Reed vs. Co-Oper- ative Orchard Co. was settled Tuesday after all the evidence in the case was in. The case of Alice Fitzgerald vs. Anna Moore and Will...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 13 September 1916

mWS | SE^Ml^S|l$StM£ mm$&?Mfm$m$ ilSAWYER XOSE ,C«JSE GAME i|-3ra«is6nport Defeats Sawyer Sunday. In ll?£|A Close Gnine Which. Was: Wit-' •\". vi nessed by a Large Crowd fThe local aggregation of baseball Ipi^ayfirs crossed bate with the strong ^^Tacksqnpdrt team Sunday on' the local ^Jdiainond and, sorry to Btate, lost out ^ | * y the score of 9 to 7. It was nobody's J||®Une. \",un\"ttf the last Inning. Although §l |Jkcksonpor had a lead, Sawyer nearly .^..^|.Ughti«p'to.its opponents In the ninth. ^|v^ Borreson did the twirling for Saw- ^ll^er and lasted throughout the entire Hj'^aine, fanning 15.'of the Jacksonport S£ patters. The game was lost, undoubt- edly^ thru errors on the part of the .Sawyer Inflelders. Andy had Jackson- port guessing throughout the whole gaqie. Ersklno started the work for the Port boys but was erratic and after allowing a numbor of hits and walking a goodly number of players In the first part of the game was jerked out and C. LaMore, the forme...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 13 September 1916

THIS AND TH^T from HERE AND^THER E F0EESTYEL1E 'yf Georpe H. Jennerjahn was&.biis- iness visitor at Algoma Tuesday.. Herman Boettcher motored to Al- goma Wednesday. / ' Chas. PItnske was a business visitor .at. Sturgeon Bay Wednesday. ' .--TSfra. Martin Scbmltz jr., left .Satur- day for Milwaukee to pay a visit Mr. and Mrs. Walter Krueger left Saturday for Milwaukee. '•'. Mrs. Fred Meyer returned from Green Bay Saturday. ' • \" • • • accomp A ten pound baby boy was born to\\,Berger, Mr and Mrs. John Keotyii- Tuesday of last week. Ernest Miller of Green Bay spent several days of the past week visiting here with relatives and friends. 'George Heidel'of Lincoln spent a part of Friday and Saturday in For- estville on business. '•\"'••'»* A deal was closed this week whereby' Ernest Berg sold his 80-acre farm to Albert Kraemer.\" • ^ Clarence Stach took his departure Tuesday for Milwaukee where he will be employed. Dave Machia and wife of Sawyer visited last week Sunday at the home o...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 13 September 1916

TBxmommiwi^is^ wmm M&- its gY^GOING * 0 .THE FAIR? ^^i^€*i gMj^ JBoia:.a-iarge'Me- \".\"^Sttick to Chak Gilson of Brus- i||^^gvth(9 ^eek.:v:: •'. ./• \"•'l.-'.1 morning and Sunday-school lyrlll ibe -held at the Congre- al church the coming Sunday. '. l^jBpyle and Elmer Chrlstenson i^ted building a fine hew arbor $0jpjfir:Mrs.: F. L. Wattere.• The ^ I B v ^ i h e ^ n t r a n c e of her cot- pWch jis^known as Fernybrey. I^ritol yacht Navarre owned by Turner of Milwaukee was a vis- i this port Saturday evening and I The partyaboard the boat returningfrom a stay at Eph- |^v:.*4t» v, :. • . ., ,'** —^ g the week re-enforced con- flooring was laid in the Door State Bank building by Con- Ed B. OlBon. In the main on of the bank this concrete will ^pyered, by a tile flooring. pllaancing party was held at the' K. /ball Monday evening by a group of iff people of the city. The event a farewell party for the young ijple who leave during the week to let thestae univerBitty at Madison. \"^enr...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 13 September 1916

THE'POOR COOTfTT 5ETTS 'SEPTEMBER 13, 1915 Chas. Plinske, town chairman of ' Forestville, was a visitor in the city Monday. • : ' • • ' • : J. C. Dana leaves Thursday for Mil- waukee to spend a few days at thetheir state fair.. ^ H. Oshby arrived Tuesday from Chi- cago to spend a few days visiting at his home here. • Miss Lucy Puehler leaves Friday for Sinsinawa, \"Wis., where she will enter • school at that place. Miss Lucy Welter took her departure Monday for Chicago following a'visit at her home in the city. Richard A. Noelck returned tlie lat- ter part of last week from one of his periodical business trips to Chicago. \".O E.'S. Leverich, manager of the Cady Co. land holdings at Egg Harbor was a business visitor in the city Friday. '.Y': Clarence Sorenson left last week for Menominee from where he will go out west to remain indefinitely. , Harvey Stock took his departure. \"Tuesday afternoon for Chicago for his try-out with the Chicago White Sox. Frank Froeming, family and frien...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 13 September 1916

§iillli§^ 5ra[EJ)60K COUNTY JTEW8 SEPTEMBER lCWlR FISIILNGTON ISLAM) l^tmnsement Co. will show glSelBbn's hat! Friday evening i|j|f|uae Di-lscpll of Sturgeon i^wei attending the recent ar- \"|&e island, : '•'\"'•'•' Ifenson preached his first eer- pthe Baptist church last Sun- Je had a large and appreciative lljiraoscrlpUon paper for contin lljioad is meeting with success. j room for a few more signers ratable amounts. Just step up § $ the good thing along. JOttoBen, the accommodating |laiay In the local post office, R^cpupl e ofdays at Garrett Bay plffiSffi^i I I S X5& accompanied *|3aiagM*r of WmTJess. ']-j leee late in the afternoon. Taking in the sights of the town for two days and as many, nights they started on their return trip via Neenah, Menasha, Oshkosh and Green Bay. They arrived at Sturgeon Bay Saturday evening, re- turning home the day following. Mrs. Magnusson returned with them. On their trip to the city of Milwaukee they took the lake shore route. The boys...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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