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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 10 June 1921

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Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 10 June 1921

V P a g e E ig h t p o o b c u r o w A t t v o c a i a , s t u r g e o n s a y , w ib ., j u n e 1 0 ,1 0 2 1 Prominent Couple Wed V lasta Appel Becomes B ride of . '■ P ra n k Zellhofer— Roth R esidents o f Jacksonport M iss V lasta Appel and F ran k Zell- io f e r , both of the town of Jackson- p o rt, w ere united in m arriage W ed­ nesday, Ju n e 1st, by F r. G. P. B erneche, the. cerem ony taking place a t th e cliurch a t nine o’clock. : T he bride w as dressed in w hite crepe-de-m eteor w ith veil, and car- rled a bouquet of w hite narcisus and • Illy of th e valley. T h e 'a tte n d a n ts * w ere C harles Zelhofer and E lisabeth Zelhofer. The bridesm aid: w ore Cop­ enhagen blue m essqlihe dress and w ore a bouquet of w hite narcisons. A reception was held a t th e hom e o f th e bride, the room s being decor­ a te d in green and w hite. One hu n ­ d red, and fifty people w e re 'in a tte n d ance, and .the evening: w as spent a t B ley’s hall w here a dance w as give...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 10 June 1921

’ ’ T PflOB OOPMTf ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAX, WI&, JUNE 10, 1921 i ImporSrs, exporters, travelers— snip'and sail under- die Stars and Stripes Tports HERE are today few in the world of importance to shippers or * travelers, which cannot be reached by ships that sail under the Stars and Stripes. President Harding has said that, “We cannot sell successfully where we do not carry”. The American Merchant Marine that once almost vanished is again an established and important carrier of the world’s com- 1 merce. X \\ - *: • You can ship or sail .any- I where in American-ships designed for utmost com-\" fort and safety. Operators of Passenger Services . A dm iral Line, 17 State Street. New ' York, N Y. , M atson Navigation Com pany, 26 So. p a y Street, Baltimore, Md. M unson Steam S hip Line, 82 Beaver ' Street, New York, N. V. New Y ork a n d P o rto Rico S. S. Co., 11 Broadway, New York, N. Y. ' Pacific M ail S. S. Co., 45 Broadway, • New York, N. Y. . U .S . M ail S. S. Co., 45 Broadwa...

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

, ■ - • P a g e T e n DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WIS., JUNK 10, 192* TAX NOTICE. * S tu rg e o n B ay. W is.. A p ril 23, 1921. N o tice 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 ch c a se s m a d e am i p ro v id e d , th e h e re in a fte r fo l­ lo w in g d e scrib ed tr a c ts a n d p a rc e ls of la n d m o a s ta te m e n t o f th e lan d s u p o n w h ic h .ta x e s h a v e b een re tu rn e d d e ­ lin q u e n t fo r th e . t a x o f 1920, a n d w h ic h s till re m a in u n p a id . A nd so m u c h o f th e fo llo w in g d e sc rib e d tr a c ts a n d p ar-- c e ls o f lan d d e scrib ed in sa id s ta te m e n t a s m ay be' n e c e s s a ry th e re fo re , w ill o n t h e se co n d T u e sd a y o f J u n o n e x t a n d t h e su c c e e d in g d a y s be sold a t p u b lic a u c tio n b y th e C o u n ty T re a s u re r o f s a id C o u n ty , a t h is office in th o C o u rt H o u se, in th e c ity of S tu rg e o n B ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 10 June 1921

D O O R O O U N T T A D VOOATE, STURGEON BAY, WBL, JU N E 10, l& gt PAgemanmi •Jersey Breeders -of W ashburn coun­ ty have organized ah association to be know n as the Dewey Community Jer­ sey B reeders’ club. The organization will foster -the raising of pure bred Jersey cattle. Officers elected are\": L. E. W alker, president Mrs. Alice P ease]'secretary-treasurer. ■ The Rev. John B. P ie tte ,: popular p astor of St. B ernard’s Catholic church of W atertow n, received notice qf his prom otion, by appointm ent o f St. Rose’s church of Racine, w hich is one of th e largest and best parishes in the archdiocese. - ThV Oneida county board passed a resolution appropriating j $5,000 for new buildings and other im provem ents a t the fair grounds in Rhinelander. T he buildings are to be completed and ready for use before the opening of the 26th annual Oneida county fair nex t September. A t a m eeting of the W isconsin Val­ ley Im provem ent association it was voted to proceed w ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 10 June 1921

Page Twelve POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE. STURGEON BAT, WIEU. JU NE 10, l f ti l I Rural SchoolsHave Com­ pleted School Year v 165 COMPLETE THE WORK Forty-nine, of Sixty-five Districts .Have Graduates—Forestville Districts One and Two and j Institute Have Largest' ' Classes • •• : . ' : \\ ■ The sixty-five rural schools thru- out Door county have completed their ■work tor the school year, m ajority of the schools having nine m onths or more ot school, while nine, have eight months term. There has been an at­ tendance of over 2,500 pupils a t these schools during the past year. With completion of the school year 165 graduate from the rural schools, representing forty-nine dis­ tricts. The largest classes being from Forestville districts No. 1 and 2, and Institute. The good work accomplished in Door county rural schools during the past year speaks well for the teach­ ers, the county superintendent, Miss Katherine Conley, and the supervis­ ing teacher, Miss Lila Dryer. Following are t...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 17 June 1921

:' 4 S VOLUME 60 Door County’s CHERRY FESTIVAL Si“ « » !*'m b e r 13 L A R G E S T C IR C U L A T IO N N O R T H E A S T E R N W IS C O N SIN STURGEON BAY, W IS., FRIDAV, JUNE 17, 1921. t h e A D V O C A T E RRTNG9 IT S A D V E R T IS E R S GOOD R E S D M B I a Will Reduce General Property Tax MEANS MOEEFOR HIGHWAYS $Fnder Old Flan Many Cars Es­ cape Taxation—New Plan Gets Them All and Would In­ crease Revenue In Door County About $10,000 . The chief purpose accomplished by B ill ^65-S, the new m easure to fin­ ance highway work, is to reduce the general property tax. The Joint F i­ nance and Highway Committee was confronted with the necessity of m eet­ in g th e new federal aid in the sum o f $2,500,000. It now amounts to $1,700,000. The committee did not deem it advisable to levy any fur- thor general property tax or income o r surtax. They therefore decided upon the highway privilege tax. Under this plan autom obiles w ill not be assessed or pay personal prop­ erty taxes,...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 17 June 1921

Page Two A. p o o r o o o sm r A PvftoA m axtTHOBoy bay, w a . ju n e it , 1021. Sawyer News. Old Resident Dead Prodcrick a Kniitli, « -Resident of This County 48 Years, Died •Juno 7tl» ' Mrs. Frederick:! Knuth, wife of the late Fred Knuth, died at Quincy, ^11., oil June 7th. death being due to hardening of the arteries. Deceased was born in Germany, Jan. 12, 1837, and was in the 84th year of her age at death. She was married to Fred Knuth in 1861 in Germany and came to this country in 4866 first settling, in Fond du Lac and later moving to tliis county which was her home for 48 years Her husband died in' 1907. About 10 years ago she went to Quincy, 111., and lias resided there ever since. .Six children were horn to them, namely: F red, William, Frank and David, Sarah now Mrs. Hannon, and Augusta, now Mrs. Allison. The remains were brought here for burial and the funeral was held last Friday,’Revs. Wilkowske and Ellis officiating.^ Interment was at the Schumacher cemetery. Those p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 17 June 1921

- / . JUNE 17. 10SI. Better for Health AFTER EVERY MEAL” 1 0 f o r 5 * c s the new sugar coated chewing gum which everybody . likes—you will, too. WV//A-J is a pure, wholesome cereal leverage, contain­ ing nothing-harmful to nerves or digestion. It should \"be b o iled a t lea st tw enty m inutes. Then Postum ^Cereal will reveal a truer coffee-like richness o f color and flavor. ‘ There’s a Reason Sold by grocers r Hade b y Postuta Cereal Company,In Battle Creek,M ichigan. =t^EVERAOE~' Do a Better Day’s Work With the HANSEN The Outseam Glove with finger tips that are, built to last: v topk for the \"piece of sturdy sheathing wedged * into the tip of every finger. Right there is where the hard wear comes, and there’s where • ' the ordinary tip falls down. “Tip-Dandy’s” fin­ gers are protected where they need it most—the » finger tip seams are not exposed—and you have the added comfort the outseam glove .affords. The Hansen name is your quality insurance.' The Price? For downright ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 17 June 1921

«*»Fo® r p o o r o o p k t y avocam s t u r g e o n * b a i , wa^ w i n e » , mi. Y6u Pay No More But you get better corn flakes when you specify by name, and make sure that the grocer gives them to you. Never were such flavor and crisp­ ness sealed up in corn flakes as you Obtain From • every package of PostToasties Sold by grocers everywhere! Madeby Postum Cereal Co. Inc, Battle Oreek,Midi. Consider Your Clothes HAVE you ever stopped to think of the part petroleum plays in . converting raw material into 'the fabrics which are used to make your suit of clothes? From the wool on a sheep’s back to the clothes on your back is a long journey and petroleum shortens , it at every step. By machinery lubricated with petroleum, a man may shear from 175 to 200 fleeces a day. By the old method, 50 fleeces would be considered a-big day’s work. After leaving the sheep, the wool passes through ten major processes before it is ready for the tailor. . Each of these re­ quire the use of intri...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 17 June 1921

■-'r * - / ’ • ' f : ■■■ ' POOP ODIWCT ADVOCATE. b a t , T O , . JUNE 17,1021. Women t Made Young Bright eyes, a dear skin and a body fall of. youth and health may be yoors if you will keep your system in-order by regularly taking GOLD MEDAL BUS MEASURE FAILS TO PASS Gov. Blaine’s Veto of Bill Sus­ tained by Assembly by Vote of 50 to 38. m zB u sm Tba world's standard remedy for kidney, liver, bladder and uric add troubles, tbe enemies of life .and. looks. In. use, since. 1696. All druggists, three sizes. Look foe th e nam e Gold Model on ewers boa end accept no imitation Tonight Tomorrow Alright Druuiat IM lli H. f f lD lT B D R U G BTOBA Andrew Sloan i E M B A L M E R ( ' ' • ' ' ' 1 A ND ) •. ' F U N E R A L D I R E CT OR LADT ASSISTANT Phone 185-IL--185-W . Sawyer, Wit. C O N SU LT A TIO N FREE TO THE SICKthe DR. HOAG, the Chicago Specialist, treats 'all Nervous and Chronic Diseases o f Men, Women and children, and offers to all th at will call on th a t day, data and d...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 17 June 1921

fit* LOCALS ' R ebckah Sewing Ciircle—-The Re- bek ah Sewing Circle w ill m eet w ith M rs. A nnabel Ives on W ednesday, J u n e 22. M embers are requested to v com e early. E n tertain ed G raduates— The grad­ u ates of th e high school w ere en ter­ tain e d a t th e BeynoldB cottage a t Id le # ild S atu rd ay told' all' h id e very enjoyable tim e as u s u a l.'\" ‘ , P urchased P roperty——Louis and Jos. Fax, of the firm of F ax & Fax, ■ tailo rs, have purchased th e building th ey occupy on G arland street, to-' ' geth er w ith th e property, 60x50, from th e MacMillan estate. The Sixth D istrict—D oor county haB been taken out of th e F irs t Sen ato rial district, and placed in th e sixth, w hich w ill consist of Door, Ke­ w aunee and M anitowoc. T his m akes a m ore com pact d istrict th a n th e old F irst, which included M arinette. W ill, Open S atu rd ay — C abot’s L odge.w ill open for th e season to ­ m orrow . w ith a full hojuse, and bookings for th e seaso...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 17 June 1921

jCTMOw iiiiBS i PERSONAL MENTIONjI VXWS7 NOTES CONCERNING PEOPLE YOU KNOW H M H U t W W W I »I»H ll» I IIHt«l . M r. a n d Mrs* C harles Duclon of F isk C reek w ere in the city-M onday on business. / M rs. Ben. Jelin ek and children re ­ tu rn ed to th e ir h o m e'in M inneapolis, M inn, la st w eek. Miss D orothy E l w ell and Miss K ath erin e F ritse h le r w ent to M il­ w aukee T uesday to v isit relatives. j . N. A lpers, captain of th e B ail­ eys H arbor. Coast G uard, accom panied by b is wife,' w as' in th e city Tuesday. A lfred H anson of E leven F oot Shoal lightship, sp en t p a rt, of th e p resen t w eek a t h is hom e in th is city. M rs. .Jessie H um phrey of G rand H aven, M ich., has been^ th e g uest i f M rs. Edw. R eynolds, Sr.^feince S atu r­ day. ■ Mr. and M rs. Jo h n D ong and d au g h ter L orine retu rn ed W ednes­ day from ,an au to trip to Seym our and H ickory Grove. Dr. Edw . B a rta cam e up from Mil­ w aukee la tte r p a rt of la s t ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 17 June 1921

nvettcfc pooii w n^ iPvocaaB, sotmbos bay, wis., junki^hm!, 1 \"JUSTICE\" Sturgeon Bay and Door County :shpnld have the best looking cars iln W isconsin or anywhere else. ' The tourist cornea to town h w ith fine looking cars be- , cause they do their ears Justice. The p e o p le d p o o r county can have fine look­ ing cars also. -They,.can have any color they desire and that fine glossy finish. Bring your car to u s we’ll make It look like new, at a reasonable price, because w e do “Justice” and satisfy all. ' The Justice Auto & Sign Painting Co. Cottage Street Sturgeon Bay RED CROSS NOTfcS Office Days Saturdays, M ondays. O ther days by appointm ent. 1 have in stock Bow Boats suit­ able for Evinrude or other motors. Motor Boats, Sail Boats or Canoes built to order. City Nurse A nna Fox has com plet­ ed her w ork in th e schools of the city and will devote her tim e to home calls during the summer m onths. Calls w ill be made each day except S aturday where she w ill be fou...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 17 June 1921

POOR OOPftTY ADVOCATE, 6TPBOBON BAY. WlS^1 JVNIT17,1921. Fags NIm* E J & P OOg SHIPS ON THE «gÂ¥EH SEAS American ships* flying flie Stars and Stripes w ill carry you and your goods anywhere Two. and three generations ago, the Stars and Stripes were aH over the world. Then they almost vanished from the seven fseas. But today they are back again. Big splendid steamers, Ameri­ can owned and operated, carrying passengers and goods, are'crowd- ing their way into all foreign h arb o rs w ith th e Stars and Stripes proudly fluttering from their masts. American exporters, importers, travelers—all can help by ship­ ping and sailing under the Scars and Stripes. . O perators o f Passenger • Services Adm iral L ine, 17 State Street,'Mew York, N. Y. M atson Navigation Com pany, 26 So. Gay Street, Baltimore, Md. M unson S team Ship Line, 82 Beaver Street, Near York, N. Y. New York a n d P orto Rico S. S. Co., 11 Broadway, New York, N. Y. Pacific M ail S. S. Co., 45 Broadway, New York, N. Y...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 17 June 1921

■ XXl jRageTaa DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, EdG HARBOR FIGHT­ ING GRASSHOPPERS sla th er says — “No slippers tonight) » \" I’ve worn these Wurkshus since morning, and! have had a hard day, too. But my feet are as com­ fortable as I’d want them to be. Even if the Smiths dropped in I wouldn’t change I got the WurkshtJ habit from son, and he got it at that camp he liked so well last summer.” The Wurkshu habit is also a saving habit. More people find it so every year. Hood Wurkshus are pneumatic heels—you walk on air, cAsk any dealer or write us. Hood Rubber Products Co. SAYS1DE Oxford CASCO Oxford The best “sneaker” for boys. Baysides are the ordinary low price foot covering for bpys, next to going bare foot. You can't beat them for price. Don’t - ■ask for “sneakers,” ask for Hood Baysides. Casco Oxfords are light, easy and cool, stylish in appearance and give excellent wear. Every member of the family should “give their feet a treat” these, hot afternoons and evenings. A...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 17 June 1921

DOOR COUNT! ADVOCATE. STURGEON BAX. WCB^ JUNE 17,1921. I'« 0 ttievns P atY on r •—save it to sell or feed -You can save 300 to 1500 bushels of corn each time you fill your silo and still have as good silage with as good feeding value. It is being done by many farmers who have looked into the question of Stover Silage, that is, silage from which the ear com has been taken and put in the crib or sold. You can have $ 5 0 0 to $ 2 0 0 0 Extra Moiiey out of your next season’s corn crop hy filling your silos with' a *“ JENNY SILO-FILLER-HUSKER and saving the ear com which it husks out as the silo is being filled. Come in and let us tell you all about this i . money-making, corn-saving machine which pays • Come in and find 0 ^ 8^ itscost in one season by savin* enough corn in I out how tests at the filling one siio to more than pay its cost. I Illinois University proved ' i that Stover Silage ( silage . ________ | without ear com) was as good | as com silage and cost % less. ' I You can n...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 17 June 1921

Former Broker Whose Firm Col­ lapsed Springs Surprise in.- Old Home Town. THOUGHT IT -A HOAX That There Still Are Honest Men —Only Regret Is He Can’t Find Them All. - ' mn in n . Chester, Pa.—A dapper little’ mah of 50, whose hair was tinged with gray of battles fought and lost, alighted from o train In.this city recently for the purpose of driving away the clouds and mist that he feared had.enveloped He was L. T. Layton of .the m of L. T. Lay­ ton & Co. of this city, which occupied a more dr less pretentious office at Third and Market streets and took an occasional “flyer?’ In the feverish pur­ suit of gold. x The Old Story.. . The firm’s vicissitudes furnished all the color for the old story. It started out with a promising future, gathered about It a worth-while and financially well-fired clientele, and then Just when skies seemed to be brightest, broke In the middle. Almost two years ago L. T. Layton slipped away from here, dismayed and downcast, after he had paid to most...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 24 June 1921

- T c ' * ! , ' ' / \\ ‘ ' i * ' 1' ’ ’ , „ y ..- . ' y * .• r3 , j * * * VOLUME m W f, “ * * - ,t-»- ', nv.,:. ' .■ - •-•â– - : DUMBER 1 4 Historical MADISON W it :H^gaaasg^as^- 8TUKGEOJV BAY, W I8., FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 1921. »xs Cupid Busy In JDoor Co. Past Week GUY AND TOWN WEDDINGS June Brides From All Parts of County—Many Pretty Home and Church Weddings—Cali­ fornian Comes To Sturgeon Bay For Bride Miss Marie Sampson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sampson' of this city, and Daniel. Dufek of Los Angeles, Calif., were married Wed­ nesday morning, at 8 o’clock at St. Joseph’s church's, by Rev. Alph. Broens. Special solos were rendered by Miss Esther Simon. . Miss Emerence Gleasiier was maid of honor. Miss Lila Burns and Ed­ ward J. Sampson were the other at­ tendants. The bride was attired ina gown of ivory satin, wore a wrfe^th arid veil and carried a shower bou­ quet of roses and lillies-of-the-valley. Miss Burns wore rose organdie over yellow .Miss Gleasner, pink organ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 24 June 1921

Page Two JPOOB OOUSTY ADVOCATES. BTURQBON BAY. WI&. JUNE 2 *, 1921 Sawyer Miss Natalie Bebeau left Monday for Milwaukee. . A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. D a v id Hunt on Tuesday. _ The, H ainesville Ladies Aid will m eet with Mrs. Mike Eliason next Tuesday June 28. • Irvin Bushman went to Appleton! Tuesday to consult a specialist. T he Sawyer bathing beach is being yvell patronized and many of the old er folk s go in bathing evenings. Andrew Anderson has been here during the past week visiting his brother W illiam and other relatives/ Martin Christianson and fam ily arrived here this w eek from McIn­ tosh, Minn., having been five days on the trip by auto. ^ The Sofle Fournica, Capt. Mike Anderson, came in Tuesday with cargo of hardwood w hich was sold to Fuller Goodman Co. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Harris, who were here for a w eek visiting their daughter, Mre. Jos. Gabert, returned to Milwaukee Monday. T he M isses Effie Schumacher and Irene Bagnall left for Milwaukee the fore part ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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