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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 16 May 1917

THE DOOE COUNTY NEW8 HHk% 16, 017 n m^^mmMMmM& wmmwm.:R 3L ROBERTSON SUCCUMBS llpSiiifts ^^ Jnfe. Death Follows Illness f Great Length m 'X^Michael Robertson passed away at ,( ills home -Sunday morning following ,.,?^ Illness of some length. He had *een Injgreat suffering for some time, .^f^^dektt':^eMg .'due to cancer from p^Meh he had heen ailing since last tall. He was/at the People's hospital pfor a period of six weeks during tlie J lopast wlnteri receiving medical treat- ment, but noUilng could be done to p/checkthe advancement of the diseased p M r . Robertson was born in Staven- iger, Norway, and attained his 65th Iblrthday on March 14th last',- When rstlll a young man of 18 years he left \"Ihls native land and came to America .After traveling thru various parts of ythe state and looking over consider table land he settled in Sturgeon Bai p: ?tdwn and has been a resident of these' parts',ever since, a period of about 4iS 5 .years. Thru hard labor, the work of , anany year...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 16 May 1917

1^2P^S'S!i'i^^y News tntered »t 8eeona-cl»BB matter July\" l, 1914 at the Poitofflce a» Stnnreon Bay, Wisconsin, under Act of March 3, 1878. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BT THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS OHCPSPOBATED) EABL J^laPliAHT, PreBldent and Manager O, A. LTODBEBO, Vice-President * 'dlW. WAOltiMiiJt, Secretary and Treasure* .', \"- AddrtM All Communications to The Hews, Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Subscription lric $1.50 Per Year #turgeon Bay, U s , May 16,1917 1 If we cannot get fuel in Door county let's import it pThe\"IJ.S. Senate debates and the country patiently • -,awaits.^\"yi'vf'\\:-: \\XS '• ••'•.•• \"A good^'Send-off'* should be'planned for the boys \"going to the front,\" v \"' r The firing squad is ready for those who' supply ene- my submarines on the high seas. • SWe are strong for a Commercial organization of Door county for War times needs. • Th6 government is calling for rigid economies in food and|dress. Note—D-R-E-S-S. \"5lf the capture of those coal mbles by the Allies will lielp:any-...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 16 May 1917

jl!^frtiOfrCK^ :vJi~ Sv»iS«!it'»i *:: tmm-B'ite .33%- ff£i*ipmeo$:or Oakland _WtomW)ilies^4nr- A baby girl was born to Mr. and :MTB. Skilling$Wnday/ Motter and babe I\\ f^e toiiowing- marriage,license was issued tbe past weekr Henry JUschutz 3fe ji^,t Leonafetenke,city. • .. :fti• One:.^t the largest boats that has passed thru Ijere In some time sailed thru the bay Monday morning. The boat was the large tank steamer Ke- iipym,£:ftn. oil^-carrier, and had a : *MWtt]hl}fow.- :: ..':-r ,''.' ^ •• . '•''.' . The inter-class baseball tournament ^aS Wpn: bytlie Seniors this. year. The contest games of the tournament took place on the high school campus after school during the past week. The Sen- iors experienced no great difficulty in capturing the pennant :-: The County Soldiers Relief -. Com- mittee, composed Nlu Moeller, John Masse, and Julius Earnhardt, held their quarterly meeting at the court house Monday and granted quarterly relief to the veterans, or widows of veterans in ne...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 16 May 1917

THE DOOB COUNTY NBWS MAT I&JIVLT C. j / l ^ e e r of Fish Creek was a yia- | itor to the city Tuesday. Bob Murray spent Sunday visiting at bis home in Forestville. WebBtef JWirtz visited over Sunday 8 t his home- in Green Bay. Dr. H. P. Eames of Egg Harbor was a visitor in the city Saturday. jliss Stella \"Wieber ot Forestville was aWsitor in the city Tuesday. C. j.'Hoeppner of Maplewood was a business visitor in the city Saturday. Frank Halstead of Jacksonport was a business visitor in the city Tuesday. Ralph Jenquin of Gardner was a visitor in the city, on business Satur- day. Miss Gretna Fetzer who teaches at Two Rivers spent the week-end at her home. \" ':'• ( ••. F. R. Foate who has been seriously ill for the past two weeks is reported to be on the gain. ' ... ..?. John* M.. Perry left Monday after- noon on a few days business trip to Milwaukee. Attorney and Mrs. W. E. Wagener were visitors at Green Bay on Wednes- day of last week. * Chas. Jess of Washington Island was a vi...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 16 May 1917

Vjnli:i6odB i^iwTt fEW8 .|^fff i$i«i^ WMm&^m^mmE A preaching service was held at the Adventfst church on Monday evening, conducted by an .Ellder of the State Conference of that denomination. C l ^ n c e E. Sahlstiroiu A Native Son of 0 Clarence Fish received quite a seri This Tillage Pled Snddenly at Mad- • .ous injury to one of his eyeB while Json on May 1st of Heart Failure ,.-'i'::jThe peopleof the village were greatly Bfleved to learn of the sudden and un- expected death of Clarence Dahlstrom, •who died at Madison hotel on May 1st. Thesad news of his untimely death was a great shock to his family here and *hi8 numerous friends. His broth- er Sam went to Madison following the receipt of the sad news and broughtmeals the remains to hiB home. The young man was born here Sep- tember 17, 1894 and lived here practi- cally all his life. He was employed as .assistant cheese maker in a large fact- ory near Madison at- Cottage Grove. Peeling uneasy and ill on the day pre- viousi to h...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 16 May 1917

THE DOOB ^JB^)i^^7lSfe»MV This and That /irom -: H^6 and- There:: UNION Miss Mamie Renard Js now employed by Eli Martin. Miss Hermine Gerondale who lias,her been Ul with lagrippe for a month is much better now and is able to be .about r . • Ker. J- J- Gloudermanns has re- ceived notice from Bishop Rhodes of ' Creen Bay that.he #111 be here June '25th to hold Confirmation services. , Violet, the seven-year-old daughter if Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Delfosse, died Sunday evening. Her death was at- tributed to bronchial pneumonfifc. The .funeral will be held today with in- terment at St. Mary's church. The coming marriage of Harriet Destree of this, town to Ferdinand \"Wautlet of lvosiere was announced last Sunda^ in St. Mary's church to tal e place nest Tuesday, May iznd, in that church. Victor_ Challe, \"hay buyer for KU1- man-Challe Cov of Green Bay, was out here buying hay last week. The price jai d was $13.50 for good hay. The .steamer Nettle Dennesen left Saturday rfor Menominee with a ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 16 May 1917

T H F l W ^ C p l t t | | t t i i i : ^ « : Team. experience la the teaching profession. He is acquainted -with .the conditions * within this county for he spent {he first * part of his career in teaching in, $his county At the village school in Jack- spnport. He baa served as principal - of a state graded school for three years Great Last year he was principal of the f^Wf,000 l DRAINAGE SYSTEM Signers Representing 1600 Acres Peti tlon for Huge Drainage Project. Will Reclaim large Acreage K/ • /TJte/Se«irod/Wara: A team composed i /wtthejtoUowing regulars, C. P. Bassett, ^ ^ f c ^ ' l ^ ^ g e r ^ © C. Dana E. C. t Hart and Don Lavassor were winners % «ot theWar'd Bowling Tournament, *///which came to a successful close Fri / ^ e v e i t o g ^ i a r g e silver loving cup, S S £ S Z ^ £ •symbolic,of -the sport, will be awarded f n e Y u p e r m i e n u e n c y i-/tb the.winning team at the end of the // third season. The tournament started March 6th «nd continued thru May ilth,...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 23 May 1917

\"A lie has somecredit iihiilfhe truth conies along. 9:»t ^& THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS—\"NEWS WOSTH WHILE' FOIUME THREE STURGEON BAY. WISCONSIN WEDNESDAY, MAY 23, 19V! ) *i& NUMBER FORTY-SEVEr? BIGEVENJSATURDAY Annual Exercises and Field Day For Children of The Rural Schools. To Excell Past Events Loyalty Parade To Be Feature Program Begins at 10:30 A. M. at High A£ckooI. Largest Graduating Class in History of County. Parade . at One O'clock Other Events Follow.'one Loyalty Parade added the day should be a most enjoyable and inspirational one. It is hoped that the boys and girts of Door county will make every possible sacrifice in order to be pres- ent and in the Loyalty Parade indi- cate by a big delegation that the boys and girls of Door county are' right A band is expected to. be with us on Field Day. All exercises -are free of charges. Pupils can bring luncheon. Not only children but older persons are urged to be present. What inter.- ests the boys%and girls Interests every...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 23 May 1917

%AWVT^ - « - WISCONSIN mn»»n»***u»M*»*»MU*nnuua»*nnu9M*»u»nM»n»»nnnnti»ntnntw* Every DollarExpended For Lumber IS WELL INVESTED The buildings you construct with the lumber you buy, mean not only economy in the conservation of crops, machinery and stock, but add to the . equipment and value of the farm. Lumber purchased for repairs, is an especially wise purchase, as its use prevents the buildings from deteriorating in value and usefulness. N. S. Washburn Lumbe r Co . li:iii5ii^ipiiii^i iiSAOTiR *HHHr* I Plan t Cor n an d Potatoe s In an Easy and Economical Manner « H H H * ^ * # # * * H H t 4 H f # # # 4 H r * * H H » * * * # ^ ^ * H r * * * * * * * * * # * * # Fred Buehl spent Sunday at Green Bay. ' ' r •''v\\v-. - '-\" . '' .• •:' .' C. B. Hartlng'was a busineEB visi- tor at ForestviileFriday. Mrs. Harvey Darling and son spent the week-end. visiting at Fprestville. •'\"• Mr. and Mrs. Chester Jenson left Monday morning for Green Bay to pay a short visit. George Hosl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 23 May 1917

THE DOOE t^UJlTTjrjBWS MAY #,1917 OOPVXIGMT &r7^wc&(tegi>vaiJcw/awjfJcaRP0fiAZE£~ But perhaps it would be better if he •went She had heir own life to live. She had no expectation of happiness, but, somehow or other, she must build «n the shaky foundation of her mar- riage a house of life, with resignation serving for content, perhaps with fear larking always. That she knew. But •with no active misery. Misery implied affection, and her love for Palmer was Quite dead. \"Sidney will be here this afternoon.\" \"Good.\" His tone was noncommit- tal. „ \"Has it occurred to you, K., that Sid- ney is not very happy?' - He stopped in front Of her. , .-. \"She's had a great anxiety.\" , \"She has no anxiety now. Max is doing well.\" ', \"Then what is it?\" T m not quite rare, but I think I' inow. She's lost faith In Max and lehe's not like me. I—I knew about jpalmer before I married him. It's all rather hideous—I needn't- go Into it. jBut Sidney has more character than I jnave...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 23 May 1917

THBPOOB COUNTY NEWS MAY 23, 1917 ^di*ibounty New& JJCntared as'S©condclas« matter July ^,\" 1914 at the Postofflee : at Sturgeon Bari Wieconsin, under Act of March 8, 1879. ' •WPP:\"-': ^PIM|USHPD WBEKW: B T W . imEPQOR COUNTY NEWS PPP • '''\"'*'• •.: ' . ^ - ^ (i»06BPOBATB»)-r ' BABIi M. XaPXAUT, Presiaent and Manager O. A. ZitTNBBEBO, Vice-President W, WAGENEB, Secretary and Treasurer J--' -Address All Oommnnlcatiqni to The News, Sturgeon Bay, Wli. Subscription Price $1 50 Per Year Sturgeon Bay, Wis, May 28, 1917 i PS* m •y • / M Adieu-Users In The Door County News The Door County News takes as great pleasure and •prldo In presenting from week to week the advortlse- anents of business and professional men, as It does in -presenting its news and ditorials. The business people of Door county average high. They are pre- senting that typo of service to the people that, with tout sacrificing a legitimate income, still finds it prof- / i t a b l e to do business on an ethical ba...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 23 May 1917

THE BOOR COUNTY HEW* MAY 28, 1917 Ourselves in Print Byron Arenson of Elilson Bay was a visitor in the city Monday. Sam Perry ot Forestville was a DUA Iness vriaitor in the city Saturday. C. J. Hoeppner of Maplewood paid xi business visit in the city Saturday. Julias J. Anderson and Henry Starr of Sister Bay were visitors in the city Sunday.' J. A. Oajiby of the Algoma Training School was a visitor in the city the forepart of the week. • Miss Helen Reynolds of Jackson- port was a visitor in the city the fore- part of the week. Julius Hass of Ellison Bay spent a Sew hours in the city Saturday on Dus- tiness and pleasure. Ed Acker returned Friday evening ironv one of his periodical business itrips to Algoma. iB/ey. F. Geier ot Maplewood was a .rvisitor in the city Saturday during the i period between trains. . Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Smith left Satur- day,afternoon on a trip to Green Bay jand otter outside points. . Miss Anna Jackson who attends the \"Training school at Algoma .spent the -...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 23 May 1917

ifilsillil^^ ^••*«&* •f»M»»*t^M lllil^ur NeighborsI »*tMi««ti?M»M»lo»M announce to the public of Door qourity and vicinity that the old reliable People's Store has con- solidatecl with the Pugh Stores Co. of Chicago, who operate a large chainof depart- ment stores and mail order business throughout the United States. This change will give the public of this, vicinity an opportunity to buy everything to eat, wear and |uleat wholesale prices, as the Pugh Stores Co-, through its buying power tor a chain of stores and catalog business is able lo buy Imuch eiieapef. Our agreement with them is that the entire present stock on hand must be sold out. Store was {closed ior one day before sale to mark down the stock. Sale now on and continues until Saturday, June 2^ '|:.'i^ Mo I3u^ No Approvals DURING THIS SALE No Stamp Socks will be re- deemed until after this Great Consolidation Sale. You Get Is Bargains Ladies9 Reaty^ READY TO WEAE DEPARTMENT HAS t Q MOVE DOWN TO -MAIN FLOOR....

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 23 May 1917

THE B O O R a ^ l t f j f ^ ^ •$*##l|$f^ ow Declare RlIV NflVtfl «Ayail yourself of the opportunity this sale \" \" J - v ™ \" offers. Buy your spring and summer, as well as next Mi s supply no in all lines will hj e much higher next fall.^Eyery manufacturer is boosting prices owing to the scarcity of^raw materials and on account of the EVERY 1 ^ war. frifrfrC»^^frfr$fr$$i$$^$^fr^$fr$^^^fr'tfr'$'fr^frfrfrfrfr^ l llfrlH I tti YourMoney'sWorthf orYourMoney Back EfERYTHING IS MC)RTH DOUBLE OUR SALE PRICE. Men's and Boys7 Clothing for Less Than Present Cost of Cloth Young Meii's long trouser Suits, in dark and light colors, value fl»0 QK up to'$9.00-'..:.- i. V^.5Ftl Men's summer -weight Dress Suits in all colors, values up to $10.00, j», Q R this sale ...,.... V f l - W Men's and Young Men's Suits, all the latest creation of styles, new mixtures, regular $12.00 values fl»f7 QK thissale & / . 3 D Men's Blue Serges, striped and mix- tures, $15.00 and 17.00 fl»-| -| QK values,...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 23 May 1917

^ ^ ..^pflSigSfc ^rals:7%ill jreac a, 1ng some heavy castings he slipped and Memorial sermon to the local O.1 A. R.' fell on some iron piping with con fter- SMday. at the Hope Congre^ onial^arch £11 are invited. : . Three carloads of ' livestock were to the- Chicago^ market Mon- V two carloada by Stoneman & Sons St. one by JOB. Worachek, the Kgg '.atbot cattle buyer. School iniHskNo. 1, Sturgeon Bay iwn^clpaed Friday, Miss Alma Pet- \"iou teacher. The teacher tendered pupils a-big picnic Monday and a dtinie waa enjoyedI by all. Ira. Herman Taage entertained ber of her friends at her home in First ward Monday afternoon and ening. The occasion for the party \"as her birthday anniversary, The following marriage licenses ere issued the past week Emit Kay, 'orestville, to- Lydla Maedke, Forest- ile, and Dave Augsburger, Sturgeon town to Alice Simpson, Sturgeon ay town. The Pleck Bottling Wprks received carload shipment of bottles during ie week. The concern is also receiv- tg a carl...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 23 May 1917

THE DOOB COUNTY NEWS MAY Sfr 1?17 M ' I I Ml I I | | || i £ * V \" W l r » M % i W h r V l r t r ^ ^ l . M J J B M m ^ ^ t . ^ w ^ ^ ^ ^ i ugh Stores Coitopany Get the Money Solicitors foraChicago Concern, the Pugh Stores Company, Have Been Operating in Territory Close to Chicago, Offering to Buy Stocks 6f Merchandise and Pay for the Big, ger Portion of them withStoc/iin the Concern The Dry Coods Reporter Has Made a Careful Study of the Plan and Presents An Analysis for the Guidance of Its Readers. (The following is a verbatim copy from the Dry Goojds^Reporter, a reputable Trade Journal, and is not vouched for by The News.) J f l We had an opportunity- to read the articlein-ttie Reporter and felt that we owed it to the public to place the matter before them. '\\ V:--M'fc ?| . , ^ - . - , , - , - , - , - 1 I M M l | I I I h W W W . T O T ^ f ^ ^ The Pugh Stores Company H LSo much Inquiry has been made of | * the Dry Goods Reporter for information -regarding the -Pugh Stores Company...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 23 May 1917

m msj i ii r jiii - •ii^liifiiii: : /rorii': liiIIliliETOERE 54i ^ ^ni . ^Albert Hafeman passed away .5|S!&ane8aaymorning at theviEgeland p^l^tal in Sturgeon Bayfollowingan j|cp|ra$joit for gall stones from which ccJBh^fiiw^ensuffering for some time. SJTejse«ae was\\ bom in Kewannee' coun- i?^and:'was'48'years' of-age at the time v^olt death. She leaves^her husband, two ^g«ons and two daughters-to mourn heo ||i«i«|to. The funeral was held Sunday ' fg^ternoon, Rev. G. H. Berger conduct- ing the services. The pall-bearers §^*ejK Aug Kohlmorgen^ Louis Dubms SAifg^st Bauman Albert Schley, Chas. ifand Salmus Matzlte. A large number |ibfvJrriendB gathered to pay their re **jpectsto'••-•& kind and loving wife and mother and a true friend. .„___„ ™ .. _ „ „ «-,.•-.y.\"»w.w, uupuiuj au o mucn.oi th g in and about this place are the cement described, tracts and parcels of land operation for gall stones at the Ege- *alks that were laid about the resi- T/cZVa%y ^eATwiHon tL^elo...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 23 May 1917

:rH^iaiid There s B ^ HABBOB Leo Kohlbeck of Algoma was in town Saturday on business and pleas- nrei\" •'•••' Mr. and Mrs. Joe Weise moved onto their farm across Kangaroo Lake this past week. , Wm. Schroeder sold his farm and building, the old Rottman place, to Milwaukeerparties this past week. Mrs. John Wilson returned home from Chicago Tuesday where she had taken her husband for medical treat- v jnetft. /'Mjrs. Ed Neime^rer presented her /husband with a baby girl Friday /night)Mother and babe are doing nTcely^ , Frank Toseland sold his farm on the X-.stateroad to Kewaunee parties and •will move into the John Christenson place in a few days. The following people of the county were in town during the week: Miss Mina Minor., Mrs. Isaac Johnson, Gene- vieve Jacobs, Louis Nebel, Mrs. Tloule, Roger Eatough and Mrs. C. A. Fritz. The following local people were at Sturgeon Bay last Monday: Mrs. Nel- lie Robertson, Mrs. Fred Staal, Mrs. George Burnett and Andy Brann. The electrical storm c...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 23 May 1917

THE DOOB COU1TTT 5EW8 MAY 23, 1917. msi SMi'iJfeffeireW Barrack!^^ Mo, ' ^ l ^ l a B ^ ^ e r t ^ i B b n i o f v M r l naiiivlra. S ^ * ^ ^ enlisted in the army, was sent IgtojiJetteJrsbn Barracks, MoUbut is nofy J|j^El PasOi ^exas, • with a -large con- Igtiogetj^of••troops, While( at\"-:'jijffe'p- |§£on? Barracks, federal'. mobilizing and |J.fratong'Quarters, he Sent his parents J« ^ l e t t e r which clearly depicted the ^ iwa&e-Mp.- of the volunteers and army f 'l^te^^' :', : .-\\ .''^ ' , . -, i^|TtieJetter head upon which the let-' £*$r w&i \\reittett bore, a picture of the ^Tfy M. C. A. building at Jefferson Bar- |SJ^cks and was written on paper furn- ^isied by that ^association. The S t & I*jraIs organlzatioV supports: tlie large : | ^ ' M . C. A. bullding\\at that vUf*? The • topyement now on to^ralstr^OOO.OOO £• ftnrrY. M. C. A. army work is for the ^eflttipment of such buildings in mul- ctary camps to furnish wholesome rec- reation for Uncle Sam's soldier ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 31 May 1917

THB DOOR OOUHTY OTBWS^'NEWS WORTH WHILE' VOLUME THREE STURGEON BAY. WISCONSIN THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1917 $M)«YmADAY 3Iondreds of School Children Make this City Their Mecca Arid AN tend Field Day. Ceorge Frando Wins Contest Jfasewanpce Boy Averages 92 in Spell- ing Contest Program In Morning j : a t School. Big. Loyalty Parade in : y' Afterhooiu Athletic Events. Sfc Upward pfr twelve hundred school /children-and others from the rural , -districts attended the graduation and \"'field day exercises for the rural schools of the county, which were held dn the city Saturday. There was a goodly ^delegation from every town- ship in the county-as Indicated by the way themarchera lined up in the par- .ade. At ah early hour. in \\ the morn- ing children began nocking in from inear. and distant partB of the county .arid by nine, o'clock the city was fair- ly alive .with school children and grown-ups from all parts of the coiin- ..' -$i.V.y...:.: . The attendance was considered re- markable for the...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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