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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 27 May 1921

* **. ■ - ix k j 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 is.. m a y 27, io s i. P age Lisve BRUSSELS Tnm 26 Ruffe 24 8 W N E Sec 3 . -SB N E Sec 3 N B c o rn er N E SE Sec 3 S B co rn er SE SW Sec 14 FORESTVILLE Tewm 28 Ran ire 25 NB NE SB NE SB NE NW SW Sec 2 Sec 2 Sec 10 Sec 11 Sec 32 Sec 32 Sec 32 Sec 32 Sec 32 TAX NOTICE. ’ S tu rg eo n B ay, W is., A p ril 23, 1921. : N otice ia h ereb y g iven th a t in accord­ a n c e w ith th e s ta tu te s in such cases m ad e an d provided, th e h e re in a fte r fo l­ lo w in g d escribed tra c ts an d p arcels of la n d a re a sta te m e n t of th e la n d s upon w h ich tax es have been re tu rn e d de­ lin q u en t fo r th e ta x of 1920, an d w hich s till rem ain unpaid. A nd so m uch of the fo llo w in g d escribed tra c ts an d p a r­ ce ls o f lan d described in said sta te m e n t a s m ay be n ecessary th e refo re, w ill on the second T u esday of Ju n e n e x t an d th e succeeding day s be sold a ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 27 May 1921

P a p e Twelve DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAX. W IS.. MAY 27, 1921. Police Get Big Lot of Mash In Sawyer FOUND IN CEDAR SWAMP Five Barrels of Mash and Other Evidence of Big. Operations -Discovered—John Doe Pro- ' ceedings Now On To De-1 termine Owner Anyone claim ing possession can liave &bout 260 gallons of perfectly good mash all ready fo r “cooking” by applying to th e poUc authorities. T he mash is in the Jorgenson swam p in Sawyer w here it was discovered la s t Friday. To determ ine its ow ner­ ship John Doe proceedings have been also a. jug of m oonshine which . they had taken hom e and tu rn ed over to' the authorities. Louis .Evanson ow ns the farm ' in Sawyer adjoining th e Jorgenson swamp. He testified th a t he w ent into the hayloft w ith Officer Hall in search of anything w hich m ight have been hidden in th e barn. Officer H all tram pled in the h ay and suddenly som ething m oved beneath his feet. \"So did Mr. H all m ove,” Evanson stated. Evahson claim ed t...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 3 June 1921

Door County — “WISCONSIN’S WONDERLAND\" 4- Has Public Camping GrPundsT VOLUME 60 NUMBER ' 1 1 \" i L A R G E S T C IK C T IA T IO S ' n r N O R T H E A S T E R N W IS C O N S IN STURGEON BAT, W IS., ERIDAV, JUNE :}, 1921. T H E A D V O C A T E B R IN G S IT S A D V E R T IS E R S GOOD B K S T O M GUESTS OF HONOR Wpman’s Club, and G. of C. Joint Meeting THORPS THE GUESTS Large Crowd In Attendance Evi­ dence of Friendship For the - Honored Guests From the1 North-Dancing At Twen­ ty Club After 6:30 ' 'Dinner Over 150 members of the Chamber of Commerce and Woman’s Club attended the Slipper at the Con- gregational churchy Tuesday evening, . .given by the two organizations in honor of Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Thorp . of Ephraim, proprietors of Eagle Inn Hotel at that place. The guests of honor had on several occasions en­ tertained the two organizations at their hotel in Ephraim, and the gathering Tueday evening: was giv­ en in their honor as a slight token of appreciation for the hospitali...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 3 June 1921

Pago Two DOOB COUNTY AD VO HATE, STURGEON BAY, WIBw, JUNE 3,1921. Sawyer News. HARDWARE DEALERS TO MEET • The hardware dealers of Door and Kewaunee counties, comprising one of the districts of the state organiza- , tion, will hold their convention in this city Tuesday, June 14 th. The con­ vention was secured by the Chamber of Commerce thru H. C. Scofield at the state convention last fall. The business program will 1e held at the Swoboda hotel, after •which a banquet will be held. Mr. Scofield is a most a6tive member of the state hardwaremen’s association, and is al­ ways a great booster for hie home town, and never misses an opportun­ ity to bring something this way. Only one week more of school after today. E lm er. Long and son went to dreen Bay Tuesday. Fred W arner' and Fred Zastrow were callers at Green • Bay Sunday 3 last. • Jtfr. and Mrs. Chas. Schultz went to Butternut, Wis., last Saturday to visit relatives. Ed. Wilson was over from Algoma a few days visiting friends, r...

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

d o o r oomrarxr a d v o c a t e , s t u r g e o n b ay. w ia , ju .v e s. 1021. Is \\bur Meal­ tim e Drink \"Vbur Friend? A good many people who like te a or coffee find that tea and coffee don’t like them. or 2 5 furnishes a satisfying cup—without irritatinc nerves or digestion. Thousands who have made the change keep on with Postum because it’s bet* ter for them. ’There's a Reason\" Sold by all grocers Made by Postum Cereal Co,lnc, . Battle Creek,Mich. IWHH «| fcCJjJ Pwtum Ctrefll HIGHWAY INFORMA­ TION SERVICE Your Hands Are Good Servants You can’t afford to reduce their use­ fulness with clumsy, makeshift gloves You can’t afford to risk their health by exposure to injury and weather. You must have gloves you should have the special values and sure saving in GLOVES Everytypeof work is carefully provided for in the Hansen line. The lineman, the bridgeman, the man on the farm, on the railroad—anywhere—gets com fort and help in a Hansen. Fpr motoring in all seasons, for driving ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 3 June 1921

POOR OOPNTY ADVOCATE. STURGEON BAY, WIS„ JU N E 3 ,1 9 2 1 . 1*7 W hat Good Tire Surgeon? W fien a $40.00 tire h as a fab­ ric b reak afte r going 8,000 mileB A nd it' ie n o t due to any de­ tect— - A nd th e guarantee doesn’t help any— A nd you turn, th a t tire over to ob— ' •And get 6,000 m iles m ore— You’ll KNOW all rig h t. D on’t forget we fix your ra d ii ato rs right. -—-----* Day and N ight R oad Service HESS ARNOLD ■ \\ ■ Auto Radiator and Tire Service Station • P hone 40-W. Door County Advocate Entered at the Poetofflce a t Sturgeon Bay, Wis., ag aeeond-olaea matter. Published By Door County Publishing Company Incorporated. Every Friday at- Sturgeon Bay, Wls. H. J. SANDERSON, Mgr. A ddress all com m unications to Door C ounty Advocate. Notice! yVe are paying the highest, market prices for. RAGS, RUBBERS, IRON and METALS. ALSO HIDES. We also buy and sell Second- Hand Furniture. If you have any­ thing to sell call me up. - ||I. TU R C H EN Phone 269-R. N. Court St....

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 3 June 1921

DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, BOTBOBOir BAT, I B , J t m S , lflS l. From call boy for a railroad a t 13 years of age, to m anagihg directqr of the Green Bay. A ssociation of Com­ m erce is the record of W. F.-K irw in, who. assumed the position left vacant by. tlje resignation of F. W. Luening of Milwaukee. H enry Wige, 43 years old, of Fall Creek, near E au Claire, shot himself in th e basem ent of the S tate Bank of F all Creek, of w hich he was president. The body’ was discovered by Carl Voeckting, cashier. The affairs of the, bank were in perfect condition, v I T he -Sheboygan County Fish jhnd Game Protective Association is offer­ ing three prizes for the largest fish caught in the ' county stream s and lakes: For th e largest bass an anti-* back lash for the larg est pike or pick­ erel, a casting rod trout, $10 w orth of fishing supplies. T h e Glidden Thelephone Company h as ju st announced a new Schedule oi rates which has been granted by the railroad commission. R ental of busiÂ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 3 June 1921

IXW^ OQPNyy APyiQpATB.n Bai?g!g^N:-v.B^ff JgK g^O ftK .'^ LOCALS Bath House Opens—TheVcity bath house opened June 1st with Wm, A. , Sanderson in charge. . . Rebekah Sewing Circle-f-The . Re- bekah sewing circle w ill meet at Odd F ellow s’ hall next week Wednesday afternoon, June 8. . ' Department Called Out— Fire in the root ot the residence of Mrs. Anna Soukup on So. Cedar street Wednes­ day balled out the Are department. Very little damage was d^ne. . Missionary Meeting— The W oman’s Missionary Society o f , the Congrega­ tional church w ill' m eet with Mrs. Louis H. Nebel, Jr., 463 N. Court street, Tuesday afternoon, June 7. F ine Show Windows-—Many of the business houses had their windows decorated in very appropriate manner . Memorial Day. That of Dud Law­ rence meat market, decorated by Mr. Marik, attracted special attention. Occupies ifew Office— Roy Schuk- necht, secretary of the Chamber of Commerce, has moved his office from the second story of the Pinney build­ in g t...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 3 June 1921

- sin .f.Tii«iWtiriiin»i'«ii«»air*ttii uki i f p t « 0 » L , - j ’• 1 •,. . '-j ‘. .\" - '- . i-:.? ^ ■. : , . NEWBY NOTES CONCERNING PEOPLE YOU KNOW •â™¦Mil QI It 18 Ml H|i James Wlison was a business visit- or iutthe city Tuesday. John Wei ter man returned Mon­ day from a week-end trip to Kenosha. Mrs. Mary Hauch of Crandon was a guest of Mrs. R. P. Cody and other friends during the week. Jas. Schafer of .Green Bay was in the city Monday, coming here to at­ tend, the Momerial Day exercises, ' John Corboy returned Monday eve­ ning from Oconto where he had been visiting his old home over Sunday. Mrs. John Haney of Kewaunee was a guest of Mrs. Henry Fetzer and other friends in the city during the ■ week. .. . Frank Caffee has been.transacting business at Milwaukee and other outside cities during the present week.- ■ ,? : Harrison , Birmingham w%s called to Milwaukee the latter part of last week by the serious illness of his mother.’ ' . Mr. and Mrs C. E. Long motored ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 3 June 1921

GETS NEW POST Henry Town Appointed by Gov. ^ Blaine a s Member of Board v of Control. WILL SUCCEED E. A: EVERETT -■ No Reorganization of Board* of Re- . gents of Various Educatlonalln. ■ stltutlons of State at Session of Legislature. Madison. — Henry Town, present harden of the state penitentiary at Wanpun, was appointed by Governor Blaine as member of state board of c'ontrol for term ending the first Mon­ day In February, 1925. Mr. Town will take the' place of -E. A. Everett, resigned to take effect July 1. The salary is $5,OOQ a year./ ' week-end adjournment. ' ' There will be no reorganization of the boards of regents of the different educational institutions of the state- a t this session of the legislature. At. the beginning of the session this, looked as if it would be one of the most im portant questions of the legis­ lature for consideration. Since that time, however, there has been an elec­ tion to the. office of state superintend­ ent which has so changefi the legi...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 3 June 1921

DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, BTPBOBON B M , f f ia , JUNE 3, 1921. Pago n Ship and Sail under the Stars and Stripes to all parts of the world SHIPS with the Stars and Stripes blowing from their masts are, once V more sailing the seven seas. They are, by the Mer­ chant Marine Act, 1920, . ultimately to , be owned and operated privately by citizens of the United States.\" They are Am'ericaaships, carrying passengers and, as President Harding has said, ' . . carrying our. car- ' goes in American bottoms to the marts of the wprld.\" Keep our splendid ships on the Seven seas under the. Stars and - Stripes by sailing and shipping on ■ them. Free use of Shipping Board films Use of Shipping Board ' ~ motion picture films, four ■ ■ reels, free on request of any mayor, pastor, post­ master, or organization. ■ SHIPS FOR SALE (T9 American citizens only) Steel steamers both oil and coal burners. Also wood steamers wood hulls and ocean-going tugs. ' Further Information may* be ob» •. talned b...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 3 June 1921

Page Ten P O O B O O r iN f l t A D V O C A T E , S T U R G E O N B A T , T O , .IU X E 3 , 1 0 2 1 . B R U SS E L S T o w n 26 B u t e 24 S W N E S ec 3 S B N E S ec 3 U B 'C o rn e r N E S E ' Seo 3 B E c o rn e r S E SW S ec 14 F O R E S T V IL L E fTown 26 H u g e 25 N E N E S E N E BE N E N W S W S ec 2 S ec 2 Seo 10 S e c l l TAX NOTICE. S tu rjreo n B ay , W ia.. A p ril 23, 1921. N o tic e is h e re b y g iv en t h a t in a c c o rd ­ a n c e w ith th e s ta tu te s in su c h ca se s m a d e aind p ro v id e d , th e h e re in a fte r fo l­ lo w in g d e s c rib e d tr a c ts a n d p a rc e ls o f la n d a r e a s ta te m e n t o f th e langjs u p o n W hich ta x e s h a v e b e e n re tu r n e d d e ­ lin q u e n t fo r th e ta x o f 1920, a n d w h ic h s t i l t re m a in u n p a id . A nd so m u ch o f t h e - f o llo w in g d e sc rib e d tr a c ts a n d p a r ­ c e ls o f la n d d e scrib ed in s a id s ta te m e n t a s m a y b e n e c e s s a ry th e re fo re , w...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 3 June 1921

DOOB C O p n r ADVOCATE, BXUBOBQN BAT, WI8^ JUNE a, m j ., Pag0'Jt^.?a» or lunch you w ill surely like WTwrmTTn77W LEGION TEAM WINS FROM ALGOMA T liree S traig h t V ictories T o C redit of Locals— P lay S trong Ivewannoe A ggregation N ext Sunday. Made o f th e hearts of selected white corn,PostToasties are distinctive in te n u r e and flavor. PostT basties com e crisp, and ready to serve a t a moments notice, direct from the triple-sealed package. . Especially ^ood w ith b erries and a -sprinkle o f sugar. v Sold by grocers everywhere Made by Postum Cereal Co.,Inc Battle Creek,Mich. I % The average person handles thou­ sands of dollars every year: which is his own money t e m p o r a r i 1 y . The trick is to make more of this money Stay with you.” Let this bank help you: form the habit of saving money more easily than spending it. Door County State Bank We have on hand the f ollowing STANDARD SEED CORN: Wisconsin No. 12 Wisconsin No. 8 • , Longfellow Flint Red Cob Golden Banta...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 3 June 1921

Page Twelve po o r p b r o r y a d v o c a t e , sturgeon b a y ., wii| . j u n e b ,1 o2L Mooh and Mountain By RUBY DOUGLAS 3 *^'■■'1' - ’■ • 45 1921, by McClure Newspaper S y n d ic a te .) j^lclcn Morrison had come to the Berkshtres os traveling compunloh to an elderly and very wealthy Invalid , ,who took the trip each autmun as reg­ ularly as she tore off the September sheet from the calendar. • -inasmuch as Helen was eighteen and her employer was eighty,, the young . igiri found herself, at most times, des­ perately. lonely. The chauffeur who drove the big limousine In which they traveled day after day along some of the most wonderfully lovely roads Helen had ever dreamed of, was as nearly a machine as the motor he was running. He spoke of nothing but speeds and spark plugs batteries and bearings. Helen was sure It was a carbureter that kept his body and soul joined to­ gether during this earthly span. And how could even a desperately lonely girl chum-with a man so.mec...

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 — 10 June 1921

' • ' ' '■ - . ■ ■ v ■ / • - : I r p e T i i r i l 1 1 7 *11. t i 1 1 « « ^ M - VOLUME 60 ' , Door County’s CHERRY FESTIVAL Will Be Held July 2, 3 and 4 \" ' ' ' ' \" ' \" ' \" ' NUMBER =■ em 8TURGKOIN BAY, WIS.» FRIDA.V/J UNE 10, 1921. 12 Historical Rooms M MADISON W it ■SM CHERRY FESTIVAL DATES JULY 2, 3 AND 4 COMMITTEES NOW AT WORE DN D00& COUNTY’S GREAT EST CELEBRATION—.CHER­ RY QUEEN C0NTESTST4RTS FOR $150 PRIZE. Committees have been at work dur ing the \"week completing, plans ' for DOor county's big cherry, festival, which |s to.be held July 2, 3, and 4. The program outlined, will he as fol­ lows: ’ • ’ Saturday. July 2, the festival,pro­ gram Will open in the evening with a big street carnival. All popular stunts connected w ith a street car­ nival will be launched with plenty of confetti. Those enjoying dancing will find-certain streets roped off for this purpose, and music will be fur nished by several bands. . Sunday, July 3, w ill be observed by th...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 10 June 1921

\\ LUC STRIKE A new size package t Tenfor 10c. ^ \"Very convenient. ' Dealers carry both j lOforlOc 20 for20c. It’s toasted. T.-.\" / [reomqid M d # * n c M a k a J Means More Eggs Mite* in your chicken hom e m ean droopy, unhealthy hem — few er eggs. O ccasional spraying w ith Creonoid Fly Spray and Lice D estroyer of inside woodwork, roosts and nest boxes w ill rid you of these m oney-wasting pefts. U nequalled as a fly spray for cows «J»d horses also for hog-lice. Safe* lasting and does n ot gum the hair. B ay it locally* If unable, w rite i us. The Company ItewYwk CUcf« Boctoa C lm lud MAN’S BEST AGE A man is as old as his organs he can be as vigorous and healthy at 70 as at 35 if he aids his organs in performing their functions. Keep your vital organs healthy with GOLD MEDAL Sawyer Drop Proposed Sewer Residents of Maple Avenue Decide To \\W a it Until Prices Are Normal Bofore Extending Sewer and ' Water Maias Sewer aft^. water pipe extension for Maple avenue, Sawyer, was put...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 10 June 1921

DbOR COUNTY ADVOCATE. STOftQEON BAY, w i a . JUNE 10. 1031 M ade I n s t to lb iirT a s fie You secure uniformity of strength and flavor in your meal­ time drink,by the portion used. (instead of coffee or tea) can be made instant­ ly by measuring the powdered P ostu m w ith \"a tea sp o o n , placing the. contents in a cup, then adding ^ hot water. Better for nerves and digestion \"There's a Reason Hade by Postum Cereal Co.,Inc.. Battle Creek, Mich INST/INT # POSTUMJ A BEVERAGE O \\ When One and One MakeThree Have theHansenUtilityGauntlet ready for the rough work and save your bet ter gauntlet for general wear. The two will last as long as three pairs of gloves worn without regard to the kind of work. This \"utility” design is light in weight, soft, pliable and easily cleaned. HANSEN GLOVES —are economical Decause tnev are espe­ cially built foreachpurpose, Naturally when a glove is made exactly right for certain work it will do that work better, longer and with more comfort to y...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 10 June 1921

F our POOR COUNTY AD VOCATE, STURGEON B A l, V1&, JUNE 10, 1021 FIITake a Chance DON’T SAY THIS ABOUT YOUR CAR. Insurance i s Cheaper in the long run. W e twite fire, theft, .liability and property damage all'in one pilicy. ,This gives you perfect protection. • ‘ \"Our interest in your policy does not stop ' when we collect the ' premium. We g e t, you a good adjust- ■ • ment on all claims. J. G. Olihger The Insurance Man ffpeaes ' Investments Bonds Notice! [We are paying the highest market prices for ? RAGS, RUBBERS, IRON and METALS. ALSO HIDES. \"We also “buy and sell Second- Hand Furhiturq. i f you havfe any­ thing to sell call me up. I. TURCHEN Phone 269-R. N. Court St. BUSINESS DIRECTORY W W H II DR.R.A. W0ER7KL DENTIST Over Saw yer Hdw. Co. Store SAWYER, WIB. X H . M . FER G U SO N LAWYER \\ Offioo in Bear County Stat* Bank Building DANA & ST ARE SERVICE AUTOMOBILE AND BATTERY SERVICE BTURGEON BAY - WISCONSIN. Phone 402. ADOLPH 0. WOERFEL OPTOMETRIST Urea Tested, Gl...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 10 June 1921

BOOB COUNTY ADVOCATE. STPBGliOW BAY, WIB~ JUNE 10, 1921 FARMER-UBOR House Kills Plan to Require Gov­ ernor to Make Appointments to Regents Boards. HO GIVIt SERVICE BOARD : Examiner to ’ Be. Named: by Governor . tid SupplantSState Body,' According %o Measure Assembly Orders ■ Engrossed. Madison.—The present general as­ sembly will not.*pass a law, that will demand the governor to appoint farm­ ers and laboring men on the boards of regents for'the higher educational insti- ■ tutlons. A law of this kind had been urged by the farmer organizations. , Senator Titus bill for the appoint­ ment of six niembers of the boards of regents of the ' university,norm al schools and the state board of educa­ tion at large, two of whom shall be. women two farmers and two appoint­ ed from' the manual arts trades, was killed in fhe bouse by ai vote of-45 to '■ 40.. At first'the' bill was refused ihdefi- , nite postponement by a vote of 32 to , 85/ Then the assembly refused to en­ gross the ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 10 June 1921

Ytage Six POOR COPHMf ADVOCATE. BTURGEON' BAT, WIS., JUNE 10, 1921 LOCALS d o s e A t 8 o’clock—The public li­ brary will close at 8 o’clock every evening during the summer months, beginning Monday, June 18th. W.O.T.U. Meeting—The W.C.T.U. will meet with Mrs. Thos Richmond next Tuesday, June 14 th Miss Paddock will give a talk of Child \"Welfare. Secured License—I n th e marriage license issued by the Brown county clerk Monday appears, one' issue to Joseph Sawyer, Sturgeon Bay, and Mabel Carmody, Egg Harbor: Play At Marinette—The . Legion baseball team goes to M arinette on Sunday to play the team of th a t city. The trip will be made in Emil W in jum ’s gasoline boat, which will ac­ commodate about forty passengers. Tourist Business Starts—-Summer hotels on the peninsula report a num­ ber of guests having already arrived and the prospects for a good season opens , very promising. Mr. Horlick , of Racine with a p arty 'o f six is on .h is annual outing a t Idlewlld Inn. Traffic I...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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