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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 13 June 1917

i^M«»^a«« ?S^^P THE D06B COUNTY ffigWg JUNE 18, 1917 ^^§!&i^^^^^S «nt«M4 «i 8ecoia-cl8s» tnatter July I, 1914 at theportoffice .- «t SturgeonBay, WUconsin, under Act of March 8, 18TO.V PPBIiIBTTRP WEEKIiY BY THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS ... ' : asooBroBATED) •!~ 7. BABX. otLaPLAHT, President and Manager 0. A. XTODBEBO, Vlee-PwsJden* ^. - W. WAGEHBB, Secretary M l Treasurer \"•\" **Urus An CojumonicaUons to Tie New, Sturgeon Bay, Wi. Subscription Price $1.50 Per Year Sturgeon Bay, Wis, June 13,1917 -f- \\ .The Banquet to the National Guard Men 'Poulos Brothers, our enterprising Greek confec- 'tioners took the opportunity of showing the National 'Guard men their appreciation in a very substantial •way by spreading a banquet for them last week. Of 'course there are cynics \"who will say that it was only «a advertising stunt. The fact is that there was •Nothing suggestive of the \"commercial element in con- nection with the affair and it is ou'r impression that it was given out o...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 13 June 1917

THE DOmCOTOTY NEWS JJUIVE J3,1917 By AHTHUR PEACH. 1 Park Haydon was depressed In splr-i its.'-' He had spent a lonely evening in! the city and was on his way to the suburb where he roomed. The car was! the last one for the night, and It con-' talned 'only two passengers besides bimsetf—a girl and a flashily dressed young fellow. •|' But Haydon's thoughts rested with bis feilpw passengers only a brief time. He was thinking that something was wrong with him. For four years be had worked as a clerk in the office of the firm without a raise of salary. He had made few friends—and wot a girl had ever smiled upon hlra, A light touch on his shoulder drew his attention, and he turned to look ^nto the oval-shape face of the girl pas- senger. It was a girlish face, and on it was an anxious, worried expression that gave a touch of pathos to her dark eyes. She sank Into the seat with him, and spoke hurriedly. \"Please don't think me forward, but that man there has been following me, I think. I'...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 13 June 1917

THE DOOB COUTTFY SEWS JUNE 13, 1M7 =C \" •Â«' ? • • • . - -. /.i-. . .,-,. .-, , . ,\"!:•,• •.•: ••.:•,•••.-••,•-.••,. ... , .. ...\" .-, 1 ^^q£-Mlcb to at Paul's\"hall ||J^a^OT«ltigi ,:y (/:•/.-! •{•'/. {1 : • • .. i l l l ^ ^ p i t o r a ^ most' p^^Mtjia&Btingratthe\"home of airtf. ftPhilip :^ .^yeib'eck^fiiesd&y evening. | | i r ^ ^ B - : A r ^ d y n M ^ i B e d the David t^Hoiile place, and lawmaking applica- tion to conduct a saloon in that build- ing. He mtti take' over that place the ^ a r s t o f July. • ak Frea had the misfortune to 'lose ^one of his thumbs Monday. He )waa employed on one' of the county jstone crushers which was operating vSratihe Egg Harbor road when the ac- cident occurred. - ' The teaching, force of .the public fichools during the past f term paid $121.19 toward the state teacher's pen- sion fund. AH of the .teachers are forced to.pay one percent of their sal- aries, with' the exception of two and they pay two percent. that the placer has been ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 13 June 1917

W'kfr JahfcSchuyler was av Green Bay or Sunday : ' . •':--'\", Lrett \"Valentine of Ephraim was jsitor in, the city Saturday. • -- liss Ella Boettcher of Foresjtville I ^visitor in the city Sunday. Irs. Georg-s Heldman spent the past [k visiting relatives at Algoma... |.-.B. Seymou£h,was up from Green __f#day oij-vlh official visit. p. Fisher of ^Milwaukee speTrt Sun- in the city the guest of friends. Brann of Baileys Harbor was lisitor in. the city Friday and Satur- s ic Kihl of Fish Creek spent sev- ^1 hours in the city Monday on bus- !SS. ' . . ' .-_ 3has. Gislason of Detroit .Harbor is a visitor in the city Friday and Iturday. • •- ' , .-V . *f|^l.1& Miss Fannie Vo'se spent the \\veek-' Id visiting at Kewaunee with her lend Miss Lucy Sibree. JMrs. James Defaut spent a few days •at week visiting at Algoma with rel- lives and frieAds. [David Corbisier of Gardner spent pveral hours in the city Thursday on ashless iand pleasure. I Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Shilbauer ,pf- Al- loma, spen...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 13 June 1917

WB^SSm^BM ?M^i:WM$M HABBOB v: •o- : r.^i:FiBneral oi Bernice Eaines v tV^THe funeral of Miss Bernice Eames, _, ..,.,.r,„„, „„. V „. M „ m daughter'piDr. and Mrs. H.F Eames P o v e r i ^ l a ^ t h T S ' o r u i r ^ e e k Vas conducted Thursday afternoon He has his appointment for a trans- .ftom her home, Rev. S. Groehfeldt of f e r but has not received orders Ephraim officiating. m a k e t h e C h a n g e i G W i n g t o t h e i w i The services y^ere largely attended that there is no one to take his place and most\\heautiful selected hymns 6n Poverty Island, that she'had loved -were sung by the T h o „„ „ , . ^ „«. i-.i.«i_ m. n.i W ^ •••'• „ « ,. There were about eignty young men xjholr. The Misses Barbara and Belle „ *.„' T « I „ -J i . ^ , / . •„, • TOJI„„„'•.„'„^ MI™ T^«t T r v . o f t h e Mand registered last week. We Wilson and Miss Lottie Logerqulst of h a U . „ a „„ t k „ , n J . ' „ VJacksonport. assisted by James and ^ Z t l r J ^ 8 , 1° T ° U t **'\" Max Wilson o...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 13 June 1917

THE DOOR coirarr NEWS JCKE i^idi? is and TTiatfiwii Herie arid There:: •••\" :-'::-TD5iOli-'- ',-\"\" :'• gli Chaudoir made a, business trip lio Menominee Saturday. Ifluis Counard has enlisted in the I army, having joined on Tuesday. yrs. John Kuster of Green Bay and I Mrs. J°nn Lamperuer of Antigo are ying a visit here at the Nestor Lam- L'eruer home. . *.. m-^nd Mrs.Gteeph Rasa left Sun- ! day^ajs™001^. \" Humboldt where I they attended the funeral of an old' 1 acquaintance. Pred and George Delwicfie, Henry jlacca'us, Ben Renard and Eugene iXampereur made a' flying trip to Stur- fgeon Bay Sunday. 'Those from outside that were here for the funeral Saturday, were Frank and Arthur Duchateau, Wm, Hoppe, Ed Lefebvre, Mrs. Clem Janquet and jlr. and Mrs. August Renard of Green Bay Mrs. Victor Van and Celest Chaudoir of Abrams Mr. and Mrs.party Moses Martin and Mr. and Mrs. H. Maunehach of Escanaba, Mich. ' Pioneer Called '•' One of our few remaining pioneers was called to her* eternal...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 13 June 1917

ISSMPlr^JiMlift^ •&ED iC|M)^^AMFAIcil( Local Chapter of Red Cross Will Con. ijjflluct Vigorous Campaign for Large 3v%: £uM^roin:Jnne*i^ Waz bbtoc^^ W •.?.\\ Jtme i8tti to 25th will be nationally Mown as Red Cross Week. The local •\\ ^bapter of the Red Cross Society: will conduct a county wide campaign to iBecu^ tne cbunly's share olth e $2-, -000,000 Which wiU be raised in theing : ::.state.•''. . /v'.'.'.-| ' '•' * -.:'y '.•:•• ' The Red Cross is conducting a cam- paign thrupu't the United States\"that •week and their aim is to get $100,000,- O00. practically every city' and to^h in the Country there will be or- Iganized teams carrying on+this work toswell the fund. • / Tiie work of the.Red Cross is fartinctive reaching both' in times of peace and ,of war. Tfie thousands of deeds of the. organized Red* Cross in alleviat- ing the suffering of the injured is uni- versally known. At present In J-.ur- V ope conditions are deplorable, tliern being an insufficient supply of hospi- t...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 20 June 1917

€ gt^tftigl^ :-:-il|l|vt|||| THE DOOB COUNTY NEWS—\"KBWS WORTH WHILE' STURGEON BAY. WISCONSIN WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1917 WEDDIN^OF WEEK Miss Emma Vollitz A Bride Tues- day. Others Keogh-Woerfel and Kundson-Rabach. Marriage Is Just Announced Dr. B. A. Woerfel and Miss Lillian Keogh Wed in Milwaukee This Spring. Kept Secret Until Bride Finished School Term. A pretty June wedding took plao ,at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joh ' Vollitz, Forest street, Tuesday, when their.daughter, Emma Marie, became the bride ofw Oscar Samuel Smith. Th •wedding took place at high noon the clock was striking the mid-rday hour, the .bridal party marched to an alcove to the strains of Lohengrin's wedding march played by Mrs. Carl vollitz. Under an arch of ferns, white lilacs and spirea, the ceremony was Impressively performed by Rev. E. F. Helmich of \"the,Moravian church. The bride .Was most becomingly at- tired in a.Sesh colored gown of georr gette crepe and carried a shower bou- quet'pi'ophelia roses, white ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 20 June 1917

W5P THE DOOB COE*T« 1TEW8 JUSE 20,1917 mmm$mM®M&BM mmmwmmm |jrteikr^o , rer' 'Sunday...,?: '.i :'-:^'--:^'\"-•/' §^ ^ed .'Worrier haa been on the sick l i s t several days during the past week. $lg£fitoiiaim? andfCStpt'' Anderson xeturnV | ^-to. Jreen'''B^ : ^inday following a S^brt^slt'-iereVN S -ft/i v V: ••:\".' ::y '\\ •:.^'::' ^ ^ A (carload pit crockery was shipped ^*esreduj^g the week, being consign'' jji}*Bti to the local merchants. £'• : -:iSr.:and Mra.' John Sawdo left Mon- fe •toy for Green Bay where they spent a iJ^tew-'days visiting, v . - o V - ' :••.'': • |v: I iMra Theodore Hanson went to :• fCfeen Bay Thursday where she spent • y several days, visiting relatives.. 0^' :K J. Backey returned to Kewaunee /? Monday morning following hia periodi- cal visit here over the week-end. « VP. Shlmmel returned 'to Kewaunee ' Monday following a few days visit here « s the guest of relatives and friends. J\\^•: EH Chaudoir of the,town of Union, W Well-khqwn business man...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 20 June 1917

^•MtanA u fiTtcond-eitM nutter Julf I. 1014 at th* PottoflM pSS^8p8teri»»# mmm 8$ \" \"' \" as* ffivl !.''!r^'CJi'j:'\"'.M'''•'.'.''''''''.^''-''^. !-.'-i..' .••',•-*'.',. •-•••,.••'...,-. ''••',-'!• ^•Avj^ij^^vtiraiik*^ Ktriaro .K:..^:- V. \\V. WACffiHEB, Secwtory ana^fmnu^ . -,. Adarea ^ dontmnnlwUone to W» New^ Stnrgwn Say, Wli. | Stori^^ t*rice $1.50=]?er•i^r ,' • f •Sturgeon Baft W9.^Jfnhe 2(),1»17 ' I :. i: .' •-. •[•: .•\"•.••' The Scouts Did Ji^^^^^v : ^ e have been made happily conscious the past •weekof the.'existence of the BoyScout Troops to our TOldst. Called upon by\"the President of the United States to assist in the sale of Liberty Ioar Bonds they Jumped to the job *witli the fiery'enthusiasm of •boyhood and piled up millions of dollars for-Tho big /war.fund, •••:••'•. ':\\'-\\r . This mighty force In our national life has tested rite strength and found it great It has taken its •place besides the Volunteers, the Red Cross and the Universal Service Army. The loca...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 20 June 1917

iPAGSStUm y ^ r J s j t A m DOOB COUNTYjrejra, JPNE^lgW mmmi : ni • :5J.i' -Baileys Harbor •\"Brann Paul Gustave . r Brann Lester William 3]rann Andrew Jackob 31akefleld Harry William : Berns Edward Johns *Coplshe .Ferdnand Erickson Herbert Sefred 33rlckson Elmer Claud OEatough Emery Ealjough Lester Dale ••GOBS' Thomas A -Gibson Walter Adolph Gillespie Winfred Lorence Hendricks Henry Bert .Havel Prank Hickey Martin Jr Hlnrlchs Henry • Hansen Ernest Hans Hofert Bernhard Jacobe Antone Nicholas Johnson Andrew. Peter Jacobe Andrew• __ . - .'JohriBon Winfred Henry Mueller William B A 3Jarkert Gustav Adolph Mucklan William F Mann John Henry Prueter Carl Herman jpeterson Harry Peterson Harvey Peterson Hans ' Peterson Oscar Peterson William Hoot William Harrison Reimer Walter Carl Ttoot Thomas \"WUliam Reimer Wally William -. Shampo Oliver Joseph Shampo William Joseph \"Schultz William Fred Solom Arthur Shine-Dave • - , . . ' aSeller William Melchel .'-, rSchultz Walter Albert Smith PeterPa...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 20 June 1917

LEGAL NOTICES |First publication June 13—3t STATtN OP WISCONSIN, COUNTY COURT for Dtoor County: • • • In tliovTp\"ttor_of will of Ole.Tosteusou, de- ceased. Irf I'ir&ate. Notice is hereby given that by virtue and in pursuance of an order of license made in said matter by, the County Court of Door County on the 5th day of June A. D. 19171south *he undersigned will on the 7th day of July Ji. D. 1917i at 10 o'clock A. M. at the office a l, WT. S. Wagener in the city of Sturgeon Bav in I/oor county, offer for sale at public auctio'n, the following described land situ- ated* io the 'County of Door to-wit: Lots «Teven (11) and twelve 12) in Block One (1) in Thompson's Plat in the City of Stur- geon Bay, Wis. The terms of sale will be cash. Dated June 12th A. D. 1917. R E I N H A E T LARSON Executor of said Estate. yf. E. WAGENER, Attorney. STATE OF WISCONSIN: CIRCUIT COURT: for Door County: ' Bank of Algoma, a Corporation, Plaintiff, vs. . John Dommin and Lena Dcmmin, his wife. Door ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 20 June 1917

*gf3gS9$8?f§if USE DOOE C0URTX5EW8 JC5E 20j 101* i Igfllf^lififai^svin^ftie^clty 'are somewhat g§£ y ,\\iab^ller,B garage received three -car- Il^iwefefc^oiii* car arriving Mflnday evet&ftjj! '?K$had .two the following day. • v' • -': . ''•••-•f pp:pPrh6^ F.pa^p»m^giyei. in' tee cream social at the home of Alfred Anderson, p Sawyer ohThursday. A cordial in- j ^ttatlotf to -attend Is extended to all. /. ! I'Misa Grace Lown - librarian, an- +p. nounces that from now until Septem- ber the library will be closed at eight % o'clock evenings with the exception of ft«'Saturdays.. - ' :l Manager Welting of the opera house IpThak hooked \"the big feature Jules pv*Verne's \"20,000, Leagues Under the ,!L USea'' -which wllUbe shown at that the- ySater'next week. This Is one of the ^ l a t e s t features of the day. :? • ' The Seniors held their annual plc- &»lc at Idlewlld Saturday afternoon »nd evening. The faculty of the high\" : school was also in attendance at the 'event. : •...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 20 June 1917

THE DOOE COrait HEWS JIME13,1917 PAGE aEviaisr * Fred \"Weight visited over Sunday at Green Bay with relatives. ' JMss Florence Helmich returned Saturday evening from Ripon. . :C. J. Hoeppner of Maplewood trans- acted businessTin the city Saturday. j&Fred Junion of Jacksonport trans- fe-lted business in the city.Monday. \"Mrs. John Heldman Jr., of Maple- woo was a, visitor in the city Friday: ! J. A. Pahl of Sister Bay was a visi- tor in the city the latter part of last i week. Miss Joyce Teddy of Kewaunee spent the week-end in the city as the guest of friends. Mrs. H. L. Peterson and son return- ed Saturday evening from a visit at Green Bay. : • . -' • ' J. Ullsperger, president of the Map- lewood Bank, was a business! visitor 'jh the city Thursday. , ' \\ ••.-. ' John A. Carlson of Ellison Bay was a business visitor in the city the fore- part of the week. Arthur Meyer and Edwin of Bail- eys Harbor were business visitors in the city Thursday. • \"A. J. Brielnmier of Milwaukee s...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 20 June 1917

JfeisSS® TOE »OQB COUTITI HEWS JUNE 20,1917 MSlg^mm^m:- from WSMmS^W^aL: il^^^^^Ea^ngh-Jacpason^'' '••'•'• .. ^iwfbt^tho social events pt the sea- fisoti was tue^marriage on Thursday of l^3jast^week of Miss Jennie Eatough and }ipayi*: JacobsoCv-xThe ceremony took Wallace • at the Moravian, parsonage at StrgeonlBa at four in the afternoon, ^ H ^ ^ J B \\ Helmich tying- the nuptial ^ _M^'BUss Liicy and Le8terEatough 'Sbrmaer, and sister or the bride,-were the^attendants. The bride was charm- iingly attired in a gown, of white em- broidered net and wore a corsage bou- quet of lilies of the valley and sweet peas. The bridesmaid was dressed in ^yellow taffeta and also wore a corsage alsouqueU : / After the ceremony the immediate //Jfamily were served a wedding supper Sgiat the home of Mrs. & C. Koebn, a : sister of the bride. In the evening the y -pariy Journeyed to the bride's home \"in this village, which was beautifully .decorated with apple blossoms and the season's flowers. Da...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 20 June 1917

THE DOOR coimrraEtrs JUNE 20 1917 ptiiMiff 1 »j= = = = = = = = = = = = = = • $ i f By EARL REED SILVERS, j $ fit, • • • • • • • i t T . I 1 • T . . . . . . y When Dlck^owland left for his two peeks' vacation In the Catskills he re- solved to have the best time In his •rather uneventful young life. For three years he hag labored for a big trokerage firm. In one of New York's largest office buildings, and he was •fcjd of working. fc==tlng comfortably on the upper | ^ « of the river steamer, he looked fS^ard with the pleasantest anticipa- tion to two weeks of unalloyed pleas- ure. The boat slipped out Into the 6tceam, and Dick, sighing contentedly, lighted his briar pipe and settled him- self comfortably for the long ride, for the steamer was not due in Kingston until the early afternoon. He drew the prospectus of the Glenwood hotel from his pocket and glanced over it speculatively. He liked the picture of the hotel, with Its glimpse of woodel lake and laughing girls, who looked down...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 20 June 1917

lll'KwSKSsA't^ SM I)B|5MHWI THE DOJK COUNT! HEW8 JUNE 80,1917 Machinery For Canning of Clierrles ®/J^7&$t^ .t f^l:S :^obir'x»unty'8:.cherry:'crop will be a S^iiha^ptbi-on'e and v the. Reynolds' Pre- lgvg'^serring ^Company 'is making ''prepara^ ^^/Via^isvW^niate'a/big pack of the fruit :S:t^ thjat/has made Door county .famous. S'^y^iVir:' the past lew' 'weeks their large ^ ^ \\ y u p ^ t o ^ a ^ plant has been the ^cene of ^ ^ i i ^ a ^ ^ y i ^ , a n d ' 8 c o r e s of .pieces of : | J / ^ l ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ e t y » large and small, and l f ^ A ^ n y ^ specially built,:machines, have v' .teen added to facilitate the work of packing the'-luscious cherry. *»: There seems to be no question ais to the market for the canned cherry, for during the week the Reynolds Co. received ^orders for two carloads. The large Chicago firm that placed the or- der specifled that the cherries be put : up in barrels. The company will pack nothing but ^ No. 1 cherries and once on the mark- et :th|y will es...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 27 June 1917

^ttsktSintf *ri rcswige^ M$ THE DOOE Wiimt l O S ^ ^ H ^ S WORTH WHIIJr foijjHE THREE STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN TTEI»NESl^ J^f E 27,1917 CEIIM^FOURTH ffext Wedniesday^ JvAf 4th»- Will Be Celebrated in This City With Big Program. Band ,in Charge 500 Rural Cairiere\\Coming State Convention Will Be Held Here on 4th and 5tiU Observance Will be Partly in Their Honor. Something Boing Entire Day. NUMBER FIFTY-TWO This city will have one of the big- gest Fourth of July celebrations that has ever been' held. For the past few, years we have been without a celebra- tion but this year's program will make up for what has been lacking in past years/ ' -,' ,...:' • '_.. '....'v. A committee of band boys took the matter into their hands, last week and have been working diligently on the . program«ever since so that they will assure all of a real program from morning until late at night. The pro- gram will be held in conjunction with the State Rural Letter Carrier's Con- vention. The band boys real...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 27 June 1917

MWWiilWiiiiii MHHHHHI § | | ^ o i ^ t ^ l t a ^ • tppS: :fiis*x|eparture'will. ||a$ii^ ifS^sjiSyjiyt^ |tiiW:' ii^t^:\\fOTi- $mrb, .Wis. ! w faerie |ju^wejo^|to^^ ^ffWje' |£|fcj: / CTab 5^U 1tucetv:at -the' hpn»e^ ptv-Alfred . Aiidersoh Thursday, ^^V^WyerV^WbfervCo^'during^tie, g .Thei three Sistersjbf Urn St/Francls |g||K§ 4&r |^^ I S Pattl i(erg,twife and -stater-ln-law of ^&aleo^arrived here liast week and Jar^p'ayto'gi.yet • visit witii William and Rudolph Berg, Yi-'^-^ly^kA |^rwin? BuBhrnan took* his' departure Saturday for Jtoine^d'Cbrllss.i-Wls, i^ 'spend aV couple of weeks visiting •yjth\" relatl.yes/iT v ^'\\ /v^rapn Olson -returned to Manito^ WbC^lday, where he.'• Is employed witii the:Boybrnment orpw, following .a few djiya visit hero athis home. •' •:• • i' - H,-H. Kolloy made a business trip to jBaUeyisHarbor n other points In the north county Friday^ in the In- terests of. his cigar huslnesB., , v- . Miss Sylvia Bobeau took her depar- ture Saturday for Milwa...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 27 June 1917

.'• ''»« Bt«»^J!»^^^oiMia 'rader :Ae'i or Mwh 8, 1S7». : • .I :^-SASIii^^PLAST,-Vt9tUta( and Mmgtr -: .•V^:,^- i o.-rAi:j ^ljbggwtfQ^Vihw^Pwaa«iat. AMwii AU tJommnnlcaUon* to The Hews, Sturgeon Bsy, WU. Subscription Price $1.50 Per Year Sturgeon Bay, Wis , June 27,1917 '^^? :'j- -H'^:-'6etirifibs-aBd (German Baiters, •\"' .: yVv/ito^'tte^nitea'i^tes'anij-not a thousand miles from Storgebn Bay there are Germans—people who re- gain\": «^ie!tttinientai.Ieeling for the land of their birth •which it is hard td give up. Nevertheless they: are striving to be Ibyal to this, their adopted country. Many of them are going their way quietly. They ire not talking against the U. S. but are tilling the soil, going about their business and trying\" to be loyal and respond to the call of this American gov- ernment. Any German baiter who makes it hard for these people by'unnecessarily wounding and offend- ing them is a very poor specimen of an American and spmeohe should cork them up. Again t...

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