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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 14 January 1921

W H A T you lose tnru baking failure must be added to baking costs—it has to be paid for. Calumet Baking Powder will save you all of that. Be­ cause when you use It—there are no failures—no losses. Every bak­ ing is sweet and palatable—and stays moist tender and delicious to the last tasty bite. That’s a big saving—but that isn’t alL You save when yfcu buy Calumet and you. save when you use it CALUMET BAKING POWDER \"BEST BY TEST’* Itis reasonable in cost and possesses more than the or­ dinary leavening strength. You pay less and use less. You get the most in purity, dependability and whole­ someness. In every way — it is the best way to keep down bak­ ing costs. That’s what has made it the world’s biggest selling baking powder — has kept it the, favorite of millions of housewives for more than thirty years. Pound can of Calumet contains full 16 oz. Some baking powders come in 12 oz. instead of 16 oz. cans. Be sure you get a pound when you want it Calum et Sunshine Cake Recipe ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 14 January 1921

DOOR OOPN’IY A P VOOATE, BXUKQEON BAT, W I8., JANUARY 14, 1021. BADGES STATE Amberg, a town in M arinette coun­ ty, is having an epidemic of smallpox. The county authorities have placed a Strict quarrantine and all public gath­ erings are forbidden. All school chil­ dren are ordered to be vaccinated* ‘ T he. Sheboygan Dairy Products com­ pany who plan the erection of a $50/ 000 ice cream, butter m aking and milk distribution plant in CUntonville, are' asking the city council to pass an ordl-. nance to the effect th a t all m ilk sold1 in the city of Cllntonville m ust he pasteurized. ■■ n E sther Farah and Scmhie Shelhoub,! Syrians, were the firstAto apply for a| wedding license a t th|e county clerk's! , office in Green Bay. this year. They' won the $10 prize given by the court-j house attaches to the first pair to mar-! ty each year. This is th e first Syrian! couple to apply for a wedding license! in the last five years. A fter twenty-six years of continuous service A ssi...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 21 January 1921

VOLUME 59 SiatoriehJ Rom m t o m m * - f%' NUMBER : 'f m ■'■■- 44. - r \" “’ aS L A R G E S T C IR C U L A T IO N-N ?V OHT~*~— * ■“ — - - - - - - - - - - — — - J R T IIE A S T E R N W IS C O S IN STURGEON BAY, W IS., FRIDA V, JANUARY 21, 1921. UNDER NEW NAME Leathern & Smith Tow­ ing & Wrecking Co.' Dropped - OUTLOOK FOR 1921 GOOD Stone Company Incorporated For $205,000, Dock Company For $100,000——L Di Smith At Head of Both—Behringer and Brower To Be Active In Management. fifty or more being employed on the boats alone. Mr. Smith states that future business outlook is very en­ couraging and anticipates a good business during 1921 for both com­ panies. VALMY GETS TOY FACTORY . „ t h e a d v o c a t e b r i n g s IT S A D V E R T IS E R S GOOD R E S U L T S The firm name of Leathern & Smith, starting back in 1870, and in 1893 in­ corporated under the name of the Leathern & Smith Towing & W reck­ ing Company, doing an extensive stone business, coal, doc...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 21 January 1921

DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE| STURGEON BAY. W IS., JANUARY 21, 1021. Saw yer News. DEATH OF CHARLES BOHN ■ Charles -Bohn died nt the Phy­ sicians and Surgeons hospital on Wed­ nesday, Jan. 19, where he had been .taken last week for an operation for appendicitis When the physician ■was about to perform the operation it /■was found tlfbt. the patient was also suffering froin cancer of a very bad form and an operation, was not deem­ ed advisable owing to his advanced ■ age and the seriousness the dis­ ease- He was m ade as comfortable as possible and everything d o n e 1 ■■ to 'relieve, his suffering until the end came. Dopeased was born in Sheboygan county in 1854 and has been a resi­ dent of Sawyer for tpe past 29 years He was twice married, his first w ife passing away about 23 years ago. Of late years lie8 has made his , home with his daughter, Mrs. John . Me Tagfrart. 'y - He is survived by his w ife and six . children, the latter being as.follow s: Mrs. Bert Baptist, Lou...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 21 January 1921

DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WIS., JANUARY 21, 1021. Wi ELIMINATE petroleum from the world and modern industry would come to a dead stop. Lacking that tiny film of mineral oil, con­ tinuously applied, and the machinery of the world would groan to a stand-still. air cpmpressors to textile spindles,. from sewing machines to power house en­ gines, all the machinery of modem life, the machinery which clothes and feeds, and , transports mankind, is dependent upon petroleum. Animal fats and vegetable ojls sufficed for lubrication'in the era which preceded the industrial age, but Only petroleum could supply lubricants in sufficient quantities to keep pace with the development of modem machinery. ^ ^ Tn the development of our modem system of lubricating machinery, the Standard Oil Com- : pany (Indiana) has performed an essential service in producing a vast number of highest grade lubricating oils and greases from petroleum. Another vital service of the Company is the maintenance of...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 21 January 1921

POOR OOPNOT ADVOCATE, .BTURQEON.BAY, ffK „, JANUARY 21,1021. LOCALS i Moravian Ladies Aid—The Mora­ vian Ladies Aid will meet with Mrs. Herman Hawlcey, Wednesday after­ noon, January 26. Carload Tractors—The' Lakesliore Motors Company receiVed a car load of eight Cletrac tractors this week, toeing the first, shipment of fifty-one for this territory. Represents Dana Co. —-Andrew Hendrickson, known as \"Little An­ drew,\" of Sister Bay,’ has accepted a position with the Dana Company of this city, and on February first will represent that company as salesman on the road. . On Important Committee—Senator : H. L. Peterson of this city w as. as­ signed to the educational and public welfare committee of the senate. As­ semblyman John Peltier was assigned to the committee on commerce and manufacturing. Moved Office—The office of Cham­ ber of Commerce t has been moved from the Red Cross rooms, to tem­ porary quarters in the rear of J. G. Ollingers insurance office. In. the spring quar...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 21 January 1921

DOOR COUNTY OCATE, STURGEON BAY, PERS0 N4m ME OTIO N ! I HEWSY W i n 1 1 NOTES CONCERNINGPEOPLE YOU ENOW I | | f |- | | | ||[ Jttrs. H. J . Sanderson visited w ith h e r m o th er a t A lgom a Tuesday. M att R oeser of S ister B ay w as a business visito r in th e city Tuesday. M rs. Edw . P erry of F orestv ille w as in th e city betw een tra in s T uesday. M rs. L aw rence L eo n h ard t w en t .to M ilw aukee M onday to v isit relatives. A. W . Law rence tra n sac te d b u si­ n ess in G reen B ay W ednesday. . H . A. F oeller, th e G reen B ay arch i­ tect, w as in th e city on business Mon- day. H enry F e tz e r w as a t M ilw aukee on a business trip du rin g th e p resent w eek. R ev. E w ald F . Sterz and* w ife of JacksonpO rt w ere in th e city T ues­ day o n business. S tah to n G reisen w ent to M ilw au­ k ee M onday to a tte n d th e R etail B ry Goods convention. : ’ T om R yan of B enton H arbor, M ich., visltedr-friends and relativ es in th e city d u rin g th ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 21 January 1921

■V'V ' IV d o o r c o u n ty a d v o c a t e , s t u r g e o n b a y , w ib ., J a n u a r y 21, 1021. ' ' 1 * ~ \" 1 \\ . . i Y oifll i : n e v e r . Some smooth stranger with a pretty talk about getting rich ! quick, got his money in a “wild cat” scheme when it blew up he worried around and the boss had' to let him go. He had lost the “pep” that he used to have. ■ Now look at him.* k If he had put some money in the bank each pay day and left it there, he would have a bank account — and a job. * BANK OF STURGEON BAY MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE BANK. BRANCH AT SAWYER ’ • HENRY FBTZER, President JOSEPH WOI/TER, Vloe-PMe. ' J . H . STEWART, VictvPres. • B . O. KOEHN, Cashier J. O. WEJTERMANN, A sst. Cashier B.J, KEITH, Manager, SAWYER BRANCH D I R E C T O R S H arr Fetaer, Joseph Wolter, Roger Eatongh, W. B. Wageaer, Waou Jess, Dr. A. J. Kreitxer, Ralph Jengnla * • ♦ 1 1 1I I H t t W t W t M t W t M W W W W W H M W W Protection and Style With Freedom When you drive a car you want the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 21 January 1921

i . ” _ ' . ? * . w , • ,' ■• . ■■% •' K . .‘ %: THE TRAINING SCHOOL BY VICTOR L E CLAIR F rid ay n ig h t th e T rain in g School hoys played basket b all a t A lgom a, going dow n to d efeat before Casco in a h ard fo u g h t gam e lastin g fo rty m inutes. T he final score w as 2 2 -to. 12. L ast T h ursday Miss H erald ’s 't a l k consisted principally of a descrip tio n of Y p b e sa n d vicinity. I t w as here th a t som e of th e h a rd e st fighting w as going on d uring, th e w ar. Men­ tion was also m ade of B ruges and B russels and som e hadsom e articles w ere show^which had been purchased in these places. ' The. School Society gave a “T h rift P ro g ram ’^ la st F rid ay afternoon .at its reg u lar session. Am ong th e p a rts on th e program w as th e \"following: Story o f B en jam in F ran k lin ' By V erna D ulik' The interestin g life of B enjam in F ran k lin began two hundred and fif­ teen years ago. He w as bo rn in Bos to n Jan . 17, 1706. H e w as th...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 21 January 1921

■ ’ ‘ * - *r, K'1^ \\ ' ' , % : J / , , . - - -r * . ' Marine News DOOROOUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY. W IS., JANUARY 21, 1081. :%,ir • i:'. ri'' w m S?!don Nelson returned from Mil- ■ waulcre last Tuesday, wlic-re lie had ^rcscejyod liis F irst Class Pilot license fo r the G reat Lakes. The Pore M arquette L ine S team er No. 1 h as heen taken to th e M anito­ w oc B oiler W orks/ w here h e r boilers be rem oved and replaced by from No. 3. Some w ork will be done on the , v stone carrying barge A driatic a t the Sm ith yard during the w in te r.. The rem ainder of the Sm ith fleet w ill ically need no w ork o th e r than general fitting o p t in th spring. T he steam er N evada, form erly ow ned by th e Goodrich lin e on L ake M ichigan, b u t acquired by th e R us­ sian governm ent du rin g theSwar, has been purchased by th e P ere M arr q u eu e lines to b e used as a n all-year steam er. Upon • arriv a l from San Francisco, th e N evada w ill be p u t to ' w ork break in g...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 28 January 1921

Vo lu m e ‘r H istorical Booms F MADISON WIS NUMBER 45 „ U B G B S T Cm CU IiA TIO N K N O R T H E A S T E R N W IS C O N SIN STURGEON BAY, W IS., FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1921. • .T H E A H VO C A T E B R IN G S i t s a d v e r t i s e r s g o o d r b s d i m Big Trunk Line Contract To Local Man $46,000 . HIGHWAY JOB Sixteen Bids Submitted On Work Running From $70,464 To $46,000—Work To Be Com­ pleted November 1—Oth­ er County Road Work Lester Nebel, road contractor of this city, was the lowest bidder on the big road job to be done on Trunk L ine No. 78 during the coming sea­ son, sixteen bidders having submitted bids on the job. . ’The bids were opened In the office of the division engineer, Green Bay, a t 11 a .m., Tuesday, and all b u t the three lowest bids were re­ jected, these being Lester Nebel of this city, Sloan & Stuebs of Forest- ville, and Brogan & Burns of Green Bay. The bids subm itted by these contractors were as follows: Lester Nebel, $46,038.67. Brogan &...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 28 January 1921

DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, W B * JANUARY 28,11021. t who neglected to save early in life. Start an account with us and build it up steadily. You take tlie “L” out of slave when you save. Mohey in the bank is al­ ways useful, always a protection in times o f adversity. W e welcome small accounts. State Bank of Maplewood The Farmer’s Bank Sawyer News. C. B. H arting made a business trip to Algoma Tuesday. Oscar Bohn made a ’business trip to Green Bay Tuesday, Mr. and ’ Mrs. Jojhn McTaggert Trent to Green Bay Tuesday.- Mrs. John Kraemer has gOne to Milwaukee to visit relatives. Clarence Alberts was a caller at Forestville on Tuesday afternoon.— Rev. F. Schumann made a business trip to Green Ray on Monday after­ noon. ’ V Albert Krueger was here frpm Green Bay and returned there. Tues­ day. Miss Alma Eliason .went to Green Ray to visit friends the fore part of the week. W alter Rogers, who. was here’ vis­ iting relatives, returned to Oconto on Tuesday. Torsten Larson of Hai...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 28 January 1921

POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WI&. JANUARY 28. 1021. ***** OF Harbor, Wis* Saturday, Jan. 28-29 EVERYBODY COME. takes place, rain or shine. COL. MAX ZIMMERMAN, Auctioneer. Marine News ASPIRIN II. D. CO. FACTS Tablets Pure & Genuine The United Drug Company of Boston finishes ud, ■with Aspirin Tablets of Guaranteed Purity. We/as Rexall Druggists, are exclusive agents in Sturgeon . Bay and Sawyer for the United Drug Company. • W e know that Aspirin U. D. Co. Tablets are not ' surpassed in excellence or in usefulness in the treat-: ment oif disease,, by any other Aspirin. • : There.is no need to pay an exorbitant price for Aspirin Tablets. W e are not responsible for the. high price we must’ charge for some makes of As­ pirin Tablets. : * ■ ■ The Aspirin patent expired in 1917 and any one can now make Aspirin and sell it under that name. by the advertisement of those who seek to discredit goods made by firms other than themselves. We have never , had in our store an...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 28 January 1921

p o o r c o u n t y a d v o c a t e , s t u r g e o n b a y , w ib « : J a n u a r y a s , two., LOCALS / ' Episcopal Services—There will bo Episcopal services Sunday, January 30th, at 10:30 o’clock, at the K. P, hall. LT.P.A. Meeting—There will be a meeting of the L.T.P.A. Wednesday evening, Feb. 2, in rooms over the Moeller garage. Card Party—The Catholic Knights •Will hold a card party in- the. club rooms ' over Moeller’s Garage this Friday evening. Lost- To Algoma—Algoma defeated the local high school basket ball team Friday by a score of 28 t o 18. The ‘ game was played at Algoipa. -v Missionary Meeting—The Wom­ an’s Foreign Missionary Society, of Afthe Congregational church, will meet • with Mrs. ,Geo. H, W ashburn next • Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 1st. . Made Director—At the annual meeting o f the stockholders of the Door Gounty State Bank Monday H. W. Ullsperger was elected a director, Melvin Haines, having tendered his resignation. Card Party—The Altar Society of St. Josephs...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 28 January 1921

lKKR,XIJl!raÂ¥ APVOCATE,. STURGEON BAY, WIS„ JANUARY 38, *921. : NEW8Y NOTES OONCESNINa PEOPLE TOO KNOW W 4 W W M » » W » « I I I » t » I W W W W W » * W I H l i m •M iss B essie Dehoq sp en t Sunday ■With frien d s a t G reen Bay. Jo h n G. O llinger w en t to M adison first o f th e w eek on business . • M rs. E. W . Ih d e w ent to M ilw au­ k e e W ednesday to v isit relativ es and friends. M rs. Jacob D ehos h as been a t G reen B ay visitin g h er daug h ter, M rs. A ustin Coffrin. ,' • Roy T horp of F ish C reek and Ole Olson of E phraim w ere in th e city on business Saturday. Jew eler F , D. Shim m el w as a busi- n ess.caller a t G reen B ay On W ednes­ day, re tu rn in g T hursday, M r8, W m . Boyd is visiting w ith frien d s and relativ es in G reen Bay an d A ppleton d u rin g th e week. M r. and M rs. W m . Cochems left la s t w eek fo r D enver, Colorado, to v isit th e ir son S tanley an d fam ily. M r. an d Mife. D avid Y anD reese w e n t to M enom inee ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 28 January 1921

. - ' - v / POOR COUNTY ADVOOATO STURGEON BAY, WIS., JANUARY 28, 1021. Door County Advocate Your boy needs an abundance of nourish* ing food to build up file body and sustain it in fullest vigor. SCOTTS EMULSION should be given to your boy every day during the trying school-term. Your boy will thank you fo r S c o ff’s Emulsion when he becomes a man. Scott & Bownc, Bloomfield, N. J. ALSO MAKERS O F \" .... Km io id S (Tablets or Grannies) £25 INDIGESTION 20-Itsk Bay, 5V1b . as Pubflaheef By188 Every Friday qt H. J. SANDERSON, Mgr. Address all communications to Door County Advocate. Subscription Price, $2.00 per Tear. THE: p • _ Advertising Re AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION STURGEON BAY, ’WIS., JAN. 28, Gives a brilliant glossy shine that does not m b off o r dust off—that anneals to the Iron—that lasts four times as long as any other Black Silk Stove Polish Is in-a class by Itself. I t s m ore carefully m ade andm ade from belter materials. Try It on your parlor stove, your cook st...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 28 January 1921

y ' i \\ When One and One Make Three \\ . . , ■ 6 ■ Have the Hansen Utility Gauntlet ready for / rough work and s4ve your better gauntlet for- general wear. The two will last as long as 1 three pairs of gloves worn without regard to ' the kind of work. This “utility” design islight in weight, soft, pliable and easily cleaned. are economical .because they are especially built for each purpose. Naturally when a glove is made exactly right for certain work , ~ it will do th at work better, longer and with more comfort to you. RED GROSS NOTES m O. C. HANSEN MFG. CO. MILWAUKEE * ♦ * Are You Going to Build? f \\ ■ ■ • If so, you will want the Best of Come in and let us know w hat your plans are for new buildings of any kind. W e can furnish anything you may need for a new House, Cot­ tage, Barn, Granary, Machine. Shed, Etc. We offer you the best of service, and guaran­ tee the most reasonable prices the market will afford. Lumber & Fuel Co. * * * * * ***i**********»******...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 28 January 1921

POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE. STURGEON BAY. WtS.'. JANUARY 28. 1021. Chamber of Commerce Program for 1921 S urgeon Bay, AVis., Jan, 20. 1921. ^ tfo- the President, and Board of Di­ rectors of the Sturgeon Bay Chamber of Commerce:- : ■ Your committee appointed to out- • • linb ■ a program for the year 1921 asks that this report shall.not’becon- struad as destructive (criticism, but ratlier that it shall be accepted in the Bplrit in which it is intended, that of • cbnstructive suggestion. ■\\Ve can not hope that' each and ev- , ery idea will be put into immediate ., force, but we have endeavored to set a eoal suiiiciently high and if hon­ est effort is put forth, there will, be­ fore another year passes, have been accomplished much that will reflect great credit to the community, and to all who may in any way be re­ sponsible for having expended time, energy, ability, and financial support in their efforts to bring about Im­ proved conditions. It may be advisable at this time to em...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 4 February 1921

VOLUME NUMBER „ LA B G E S T C m C P lA T IO lf. IN N O R T H E A S T E R N W IS C O N S IN STURGEON BAY, WIS., FRJDAV, FEBRUARY 4. 1921. - 1 L-V 46 HILL LINE MAY NOT RETURN HERE T H E A n V O C A T E B R IN G S IT S A D V E R T IS E R S GOOD R E 9 C W I Mayor Tells Council He Will Enforce Law POLICE ARE INSTRUCTED All Persons Under Influence of In- . toxicants To Be Arrested—^Ap­ plications • For Near Beer Permits Turned Down By Mayor ■’=■ Because of his attitude toward the Btrlet enforcement of certain city or­ dinances Mayor John Boler has. re­ ceived threatening anonymous com­ munications, portending disaster to his business connection and to his person, according to, a statement he made to the city council Tuesday eve­ ning. Mayor Boler stated that he had re­ ceived several of these letters. Some threaten to injure the business of the Door County State Bank because of Mayor Boler’s position as caBhier Of the institution. Other letters In­ dicate bodily injury, . . in...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 4 February 1921

DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAX, V O . FEBRUARY 4, 1921 Sawyer News. Or. E. C. Hurnke, was a business caller at Green Bay bn Tuesday. Mrs. John Keogh went to Forest- yille Tuesday afternoon to visit rel- atives. ... ■ A son was born tp Mr. and Mrs. WilHani Zwickey, .of Sawyer, on-Jan­ uary ■2.7th.-■ ■■■ , . \\V. A. MacEncham w as.a business caller, at Algoma for the T an Camp Co. on Monday ‘ ■ G eorge Hein made a business and pleasure trip to Shawano and AVau- pun during the week. \\ Miss Helen Fortenips left Tuesday for Minnesota to visit her sister, Mrs.- Eugene Mathy and family. Henry Christopherson is busy cut­ ting ice for Cabot Bros., The Pines, and other Idiewlld resorts. Miss Blonda. Woerfel has, been on the sick Hsf this week and not able to be on duty at the drug store. E m il Hoslett, who has b9en home for seveial weeks, left Monday for St. Paul, Minn., to visit his siste r., Harry W arren and Robt. Tufts were in Kewaunee on business part of this week, ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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