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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 27 September 1917

p l i i 3PHE BOOB COUKTX NETOi I^BPTE^BER 27/M7 WASHINGTON ISLAND MAN DIES vBayS)the PsTcfie^faanlc A- fehimmel3 ii^ift the ive^k purchased the line ) gasoline cruiser psyche from George sJMttjtoger. ,: TMa Is pneo the finest ^^tih/these waters and \"Banty\" will i doubt make\"good.'usei of the boat. iy\\I Bepalr toe Wftf£—The cement walk i^to e Merchants Exchange Bank cor- : aer.'.on.'Cedar' -street was thisweek re- palred by direction 6f the ctty= author- itles/it i haying sunken so badly as to be dangerous to walk on, especially in the winter when covered with ice. ^ttaftrlage l!censes^-The following carriage licenses have been issued by the county clerk since last report: Henry Baudhuin, Union, to Laura De- rail, :Gardner Carl W. Gericke, Ba- «Ine, to Blepnor Mr. Bernhardt, Forest TiJle Mark Cleveland, Manitowoc, to Mabel Lallemont, Sevastopol Chas. IieCIalUXsto Carrie Chaudoir, Brussels. Western Union Shortens Hours— ^^\"he office 'Pf-^the Western Union Tele- graph office wil...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 27 September 1917

•••?••• THE POOB COtnVTY NEWS SEPTEMBER 27,1017 PAGE FIVB Mrs. Arthur Rieboldt is confined to her bed and home by an attack o£ bronchitis. — Killian Simon has been confined to his home and bed for a week past by an attack of illness. - Paul Strain of §ister Bay -was a visitor in the city bnVvMonday, having taken a run up here-on? business. John Rupp wf Kohlberg.was among our callers o% Thursday last while in the city at^nding-the fair. . \\ Lloyd Scofield and John Pinney last -week'left, for Madison, where they •will attend the university the ensuing year. Word was received from Green Bay Tuesday announcing the arrival at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Simon of a baby boy. Miss Phyllis \"Wright left fot Green Bay on Tuesday afternoon, where' -she will enter St. Luke's hospital and take up nursing. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Lamperuer, EH Martin and Ed Lamperuer of Union were in the city Friday on business and pleasure combined. . Mr. and Mrs. R. Carlson, Chas. Mag- mette, Jos. Johnson and...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 27 September 1917

THE BOOB COPKTY MEWS SEPTEMBER 27,10X7 lite: Ai&iHERi Sw •'K -^ ? : E6G'HABBOB . • ..'• 5| 'lte*e: Calhonna^ family Sundaye^ Pl^lTeiatiyesVat Jack8qhport'.. .. ^.^Bert*-terpy of• Escanaba, is visiting l^friei'dB andrelatives' here since last { ^ire«ik, :/ -' : ''..'A '. S A Many of pur people attended the KJWont Deyo8s Bhows at the opera AibtMelast'weeIt. .•.\"...• '. • % i e Ladles Aid will be entertained * t the home Mrs. Grant Haskell, this ^^Ehursday afternoon and evening. Be -ifure to. attend. - / , Bid you know that the Egg Harbor 7i)ooth won first prize at the Door ':. County Fair? Our town can always itarniBh the goods when it comes to Quality in' grains and vegetables. •:' : iWuch^c'redit is due the committee in Ajcharge, for the able manner in which • their booth was decorated and the aruBtic scene it presented. ^ v BAILEYS HARBOR Mrs. N. Robertson returned last Fri- day from a short visit at Gillette, Wis. Conrad Grovogel Is on the sick, list •this week with a severe...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 27 September 1917

THE DOOB cororrr NEWS SEPTEMBER 37, iw .'•• Here anqThere:: TOBESTTttLE , Walter Meyer was a Sturgeon Bay -visitor Saturday : Mrs. H. C.'Darling made a trip to jree Bay Monday. . • jlrs. Herman Boettcher of Algoma spent Sunday here w|tli friends. Posters are out for^a dance next Friday, the 28th aJ*Rahkin's hall. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Plutz of Gardner were business visitors here Tuesday. John Konkel\"Vas at Algoma Tues- day to attend the funeral of a friend. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Allerd of Red Riv- er visited with fi lends here Sunday. Albert Haegele of the town of Ah- tapee was a visitor here for several hours Friday. Mr. and Mr*, S'mpn Blahnik we n to Gillett Saturday on businass and Measure combined. George Scbmelzle and Walter Pleh- ler made a motor trip to Sturgeon Bay Monday evening. • Joseph Stononu'n and son-'/o'c'epjv left Saturday for Camp Douglas, mak- ing the trip by auto. Mr. and Mrs. Vital Coppersmith made a business trip to Green Bay Friday, returning Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Aug...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 27 September 1917

Wml£*MMMM THE POOR COClfTT SEWS SErrKMBER 27,1M7 f # ^ n ' A r b o r ^ , ] ^ | GosodricK dock while on hir way to fjfaankitort^ ^^.^e^steami • S.JJQw N#f -went north • In piglit^tr^^ ^ Jiw,[Visitor tie^^^ i£ J TheBV)ster and stone barge left Sat- '^caday 'fbr Milwaukee. ^This steamer i^i-making- excellent time ' •' \" j % The' iug Hunsader left Saturday ^wita^He Adriatic,: Shemanages to get jn -B couple of trips a, week notwith- • standing the lateness o£: the season. • T ^ 0 ^ S Manito^isc \"brought the etrae scow iilp Rap In Sunday and left again on Monday for the south. ^lesfeamer Maggie Marshall, which was on the boxes at the Shipyard last Week passed thru on her- way north •Sunday.- ,.,r •' ....' . *, Daring the. past couple of days thoro has been a haze of smoko over the waters of this and Green Bay, thougn not enough to interfere with naviga- tion. ' :•'. •' • .\"'. ./-v. .'••'• The schooner Cora went. north Fri- day in light trim. She is engaged in carrying miscellaneous ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 4 October 1917

^ f a THE DOOR OOTJUTY HEWS^'NiBWS WORTH WHIMS' rimjTSEJV STURGEON BA1,WISCONSIN THURSDAY, OCTOBER i, 1917 Shows An Increase of $9,849 Over the Levy Made For Running the .City lAst Year. BLAME THE HIGH PRICES AUo Due To Increate In OperatiEg Ex- pense* of Electric Light Plant X \"- and Salary Raises. \"X^ '' • ^ Among the more important business • transacted at the meeting of the coun- cil on Tuesday^evening was the adop- tion of the taxMmdget for the year 1917. The budget gives the estimated departmental expenses and the esti- mated receipts In detail/^ These are based on the expenses of the past, .year as given by the books ofvClty Clerk Langemak showing what each department cost \"during the twelve month's. - Following is the budget: ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES Bonds— Electric Light '.-:....... *5000 Interest on Bonds . . . . . 3105 iDocks and Landings^— Second payment . . . . . . . 600 Interest . . . . . . . . . . . . . . v 210 . •• •• Expenses 90 Contingent Fund— Loans and possible ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 4 October 1917

ltttiS- iiiiiiiiliiipPiiiiii iliiiiiiiil^ * ? VSorea TermaiiBpn' made *&business |:^ji!i: tp':'Green\" Bay thej latter part of v-i^/week--'/ --'^':i':'/[:•:.•• '^:-'^ •.V''\\'C:'':: W iE : S. Wigdale left 'Monday„for Fort ' Atkinson, Wis, where he wift remain : indefliittelyf :'. : :v i-\\-'-~ -: •: Paulitfagle wenttoLena, Wis., Sat- ' tirday^to spend d week or so visiting • :wi^TelatiyesV:':v ' • • : :•: Mrs. Ed Hunt went to Algoma Tues- :day to visit with friends and relatives ifpra^wdays.U '.'\"•- •'-••' ' • -:.'.~X: ' Chase Schuyler left for Chicago on they will henceforth make their home. The Albert Kindprf family, who for- merly occupied the premises, have moved to the East side of the bay. Miss Blaha visited with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Wencll Blaha, a part of Saturday and Sunday, having accom- panied Miss Gretna Fetzer here from Two Rivers, where the young ladies are engaged in teaching school. They returned to their duties Sunday even- ing. ••'•• - • ^•\"•-'••\"y--^'- ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 4 October 1917

.ITiij^ gaiered.-'is .8eebrJdtfl8.ES matter July 1, 1914 at th« Postofflcs \"»t Storgwi Bay, Wisconsin, under Act of Marjh 8, 1879. • y :\\..W?O?:.-::*XJBLISHBD WEEKLY BY THE iOO COUNTY NEWS •'. : MINOOBPOBATED) EABL M. LaPLANT, President tnd Manigei p. A, 1TJHDBEBG, . Vlca-Pieslaent W. WAOENEB, Secretary and Treasurer THE POOR COryTY SEWS OCTOBER 4, 1917 AAOresf All'Commtinlcations to Tie Sews, Sturgeon Bay, WU, Subscription Price $2.00 Per Year ^ ) S i h u r ^ n Bay, Wis., October 4, 1917 i The kaiser says that God is with him. If so, he is keeping poor company. . - Have you figured out the profits on your garden? If so you will be an enthusiast next year. It would have been much easier for'some ^pf us- to observe a meatless day if the time had been fixed ..on'Friday.1.-. •••\"'.'-•'. .A. -'-.•'•'::''/ Â¥•!: /r^M-V'^- - 'When a dollars purchases only a'pounil^ot butter ahda dozenof eggs there is little call for urging the average citizen to economize. The healthy ^increase in th...

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

^^^Sistfiiiii l^#l#gyM' : S^ ..^: 'Hi £'(*egaiiir meeting at the Woman's clu& /'! toe7*lscai year will be held at the JJltttriry rooms on Friday afternoon at ^•^^^•cipck.. '. .// /.j. . : ^jfcSJtbses Wrestling Matcn-^Frank Mar- % • iTwatikeetMonday, where she will spendvance /f^^MiIwaukee last Friday evening. f/TOje/hout/was fast and the local man :v«nadevan excellent showing. */ .••..:: ? 5 *Itt Gasoline ^owef—The hand car Volatilesection crew located here has //lieeri equipped with a gasoline ^engine / t o iacilitate the work of the men. It i L tta, ihe local wrestler, lost his match •p i'-:*li5ae- - . '/'/.-' '.'•'•./' V vJBoard Adjourns Mcetlng.-^.TJie Ijbard of education adjourned its meet- :/Zing from Monday evening until Thurs- day evening, there being no business of Importance before-the body that needed Immediate attention. -Called Into SerTlco—Mark Pllon, [' the manual training teacher was or-ested dered to report at Madison at once for fnrtlltary service, being amon...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 4 October 1917

THE BOOB COUNTY SEWS \\OCTOBEB 4, lj)17 jlev. Mason of. Ellison Bay -was in the city.on Monday attending tcT'some business matters. Miss Elsie Trudell is spending the Tfeek visithg at her home in the town of Sevastopol, Prank Paque has b,een confined to r. his home andf bed duringthe past weefe or so by illness. Edward Bavry of Fish Creek was a visitor in the city on Saturday on a little business trip. Miss Christln^-Fax of Milwaukee spent the past week here visiting at the home of Wim. Barnhardt, Miss Lottie'Feuerstein went to Mil- years jmst has been the pharmacist ka couple of weeks visiting with rela- Vitives. - ':•. •Miss Zoe Donovan returned home from Green Bay on Sunday evening where, she had been visiting with friends. '••• • ^Mrs. Jos. Stroh, the latter part of 'the week underwent an operation for the removal of gallstones, from which . she waa a sufferer. Miss Esther Tufts left for Milwau- kee Saturday where she will take up a business course in one of the colleges during ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 4 October 1917

HERE :^g:SSEVASTOPO*, V-: : ^OBIS iPolster Farm Sjold ^ &6ae of the largest real eistate^tTans ms In tiiia township jnj the past /seTeral years was the sale of the Loufs jJBpisiter farm to RobertWab of Pish , The deal was consumated .Thuwi-. (day and the price paid for the prbp- «erty was $21*000. The transfer In- «lodes all the personal property on the premises and the sale -Was made »y Joseph Schauer, the Sturgeon Baj ™ a t 8 0 ,V w ! Th,e Pqlster farm: is one of the pret- tiest and JQhest properties to be found in thecounty,' it is, the intention of Mr. ywjahl to personally supervise the management of the placed to which he will deyoie the greater part of his time.,: The new^ owner has taken-pos- session of the premises andiMr^Pol- ste? and his family have not decided Jufltwhat they will do. by ^ejstorlc^on ^ich occ^ibn &e did bird was ^nite^liberai hiving^pre- sented :the family^wjti?a pair 'of 4wins '•ay boy, ahd,_a girl, eaclty\"of whom weighed six pounds Ai of wh...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 4 October 1917

Clarence Maoii made a business trip to Sturgeon'Baylast Thursday. State school, Inspector Drewry and Supt. Maddenvisited school here Wed- nesday . ^, .:\"'-^ , •Willi and HarryBrann motored to Sturgeon Bay .^Sunday to take in the auto • races,\"•••-•'v.' :'-:•.-. :' The LadieS Improvement club meets this Thursday afternoon, -with Mrs. John Anclata. Miss Olga Plson was at Sturgeon Bay last Thursday on business and pleasure combife.d. / The\" threshing machines are making the'fbunas. The harvest lias ,not turn^ e out as well as was expected. Mrs.'P. C. Blakefield has had a crewSy' of masons building a new chimney ii lier store. F. Jorns did the mason •work. v - Jacob Appel has returned from . Green Bay where he was receiving treatment, for cancer in the St. Vin- cent hospital. Work on the new school building is progressing : rapidly. All the local •carpenters and laborers that could be secured were put to work. Cecil Panter, Gussie Brann and Marcus Bunda who attend high school at Stur...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 4 October 1917

THE DOOR COUWTY rTEWS OCTOBER 4, 1M7 ^S:^:1£-: pf% l^«diahd'' General Interest The government contract, the an- nouncement says, makes it necessary that.an embargo bo placed on all freight to, from and through Chicago fftl: vlPOTt'ptf^Ufsday • on JberTdgulari weekly it:&^ ^&saeayy::northwester prevailed'.all ||| i£af '^ sj^li^flrstihardblo w thathaB been iex- Capt Albert Anderson resigned as ^ i iiX ^r^ace d ttis fall/ / master of the tug John Hunsader and ljvlifeTlieBteamerJ. & Crouse. Capt An-j «»» been succeeded by Capt Marry ' g t ^ ideraon^ and theschooner Oscar NewJ Searfusa of Alexander, Ind. The lat- 0i: house,Capt Williamson, were ebuth* t«l\" was engaged in fitting out a craft ?M:--t^atmi/passages pn.Friday.',-'.' •: that he intends taking to the Gulf of 'Capfc David Ramage returned home ' M e * , c o a n d waW induced to take the Friday evening, having quit sailing lor the balance of the season. He was Sonihe barge Alice B. Norrls the past iveral months...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 11 October 1917

\"\"\"' ' \"\" \" ' a \" THE DOOR GOUNTY NEWS—\"NEWS WOETH WHILB1 vi*fc& VOLUME JT STUBGEON BAY, WISCOS8IS TJIURSDAT, OCTOBEBll,1917 BONSOFFTHEBRIDGE ™fS E™™™P E 0 P lE ME|LIBERTY\" LOAN BONDS POPULAR wwfimaiwtt — — Mrs. John lallemont and Alex Miller ' *' ' - V ' — 14l , _ • . .„ .. - - - -Plunges - - - — lHschnrgestoa JSuniber Who Had Ap. Are Summoned to Their Maker On Tnesuay Automobile In Bay Thars day Evening After Having Collision With a Car. ,r ELMER OM1SDR0WNED JJody Recovered By Coastguard Crew Friday Morning—Fourth Death , In Family In 16 Months. \\/ Elmer Olson of Clay Banks was been born in the state of Pennsylvania, drowned on Thursday evening when He came to this county with his par the auto he was driving-went thru the ents when a boy of 11 years and has • I a ° i -rttiiinrt nff thA hrirt^A lnto tho \"hnv. mn'^o *liis hnfne _»*.». m n H _.!.._» i._.i_f» - City railing o the bridge intn the bay It was about 6:30 that,Elmer was century, during which he ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 11 October 1917

i l i l i l i i l l i l ^ ^ mmWMmmmm- wmjsm^mm W'iNvv-A.' Haines went to Manitowoc on ^ d a y to vislt fi r a short tine ? Mis Schuster left for Milwaukee, Saturday to visit friends and relatives. I v-gPlpydI Wetak went to Milwaukee on •JFWday on a business trip of a few /.•4fta^B,V'- : . . . ... .' ^ M- Humphrey left for Cleveland, Ohio, tiie lati$r part of last week on imsiness. ':', Miss Laurel Olson returned home ^Saturday from a visit at Luxemburg «wlth friends. Frank Teske was called to Ellison Say on Friday by the serious illness of his brother. Dr^ Kreitzer receives credit for hav- ing' sold the first Liberty Loan Bond of the second issue. Mrs. Oscar Smith is and has tor the past week been laid up, with a severe attack of lumbago. Mr. and Mrs. John Dettman went to Green Bay on Saturday, being ac- companied by Mrs. Paasch, Andrew Bursen went to Green Ba*\" the latter part of last week and drove a, car back the day following. j Umil Ahlswede of Garner was a Sawyer visitor Fri...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 11 October 1917

X^Dbw Entered M Second-claw matter Jalj l, 1914 at th« Poetofflce «t Swrfeon Bay, Wlsconain,'under Act ot March 8. 1870. : PUBLISHED WBEBXY 8T 1T1E DOOR COUNTY NEWS (INCORPORATED) . HABX U. loPXiANT, President and Manager O. A. 1UNDBEBO, Vice-President W. WAGENER, Socrotary aad Treasurer THE DOOR COUJTIT NEfaS OCTOBER 11, 1917 PAGE THHJBf get around to them In due time 4ddie*s AU Communications to Tne, Neva, Sturgeon Bay, W& Subscription Price $2.00 Per Year N Sturgeon Bay, TV'is., October 11, 1917 We have not heard of the meat market men-favor- ing the meatless day. * - .The fellow who \"hollers\" the loudest does not. al- •waya have the best point in an argument ' ^ :Even the most severe critic will oft times: \"fall down'' when given the opportunity to make good. A person In this neck 'o the woods who responds . : ta the appeal to burn wood is certainly entitled to a medal for patriotism^ ^v '•••\\:'r.^'f^'^'^:\\-Wi' v'. •i Buy-ft- Liberty Bond if'you can possibly afford to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 11 October 1917

THE » O O E * G * m i ! * ^ W » OCTOBER11,19l7 M$^^^M^^'.cfmei:i() be placed- across ,p, ? i i ^|ft^^Pp9t' their building 'au'attract- :||^. '^^:M^^urBday-evenin of last week, •*-\"':'r 'tliie'.- tbey officially engaged tte services of CV ' K. Carpenter aB *iwtier oi: the manual training depart- ^JBent at a salary of $95 per month. Blcbard lebmnnn Injured—Richard lann was. injured In an autovac- fcldent at Green Ba7 y the latter part of tractivelydlBplaya-the^^^ The deadly feed cutter claimed in ladies* suits and cloaks. By the v , c t t a a ^Michael Welter of Jackson way this firm Is making preparations to enlarge their millinery and ladies' The young man was engaged In cut- ««m » ° departments The offices of Dr. «»* «»n» » A h e farm owned by his w h a t - mother near Clarks Lake, being what formerly the George Rankin whole /upper floor will be devoted to plat:e - H e w a s running the cutter ma- these departments. The ladies' de- c h i n e w h i e h , was Iin the Chan...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 11 October 1917

•mi BOOB COOTI XE%S OCTOBER*!!, M7 ' • # : PAOBirVB Clifford Grelseh spent several days of the past week visiting in Milwau- kee./. '\": • .' .\"'::„.''.'\" ..'• . ' « . . . . Mrs Clifford Casson of Big Bay, Mich., is Paying a Visit in the city •wth relatives, \"v\" Henry Gattie of Baileys Harbor spent a few days of Jast week in the [city on.business.\" Mrs! Jos. Richmond returned Tues. at their home in Manitowoc. Mr. Mar- tin still has a large crew of men em- ployed at the Co-Qperative Orchard. Mrs. M. E. Davis and son .Russell spent the week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Hart, having motored up from Green Bay with Judge Henry Graass.and wife Saturday afternoon. J. C. Dana, Harry Dana, Frank An- derson : of Ephraim and Jos.'Debronx day evening from a few days visit at, °* Sawyer left the forepart of the ••:: •\"• _-,ii --!„ -•Â£ 'iwoelk r for I wee for Flint, Mich., returning with four new.Buicks for the J. C. Dana Co. Miss Laura Petzer and Miss Alice Madoche went to Milw...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 11 October 1917

§§tfH nraiiiiKiiffifiii y * | • 11 • BAllEtS HARBOR )Wf dapfcrStaal, wife and mother motor-' ec to Sturgeon Bay Monday. ^Jfitiss Jameson spent the week-end Twjth her parents at'Jack80nport. : T•.•-«!Wili Tufta, WS11 and August firann were at Sturgeon Bay Sunday- : Mrs. Sam Londo visited at Sturgeon Bay and Institute a few days this .ifweeK. .''V. vArt Solom made a business trip to the county seat Monday likewise Ilenry Schultz.' Miss Elsie Faust left Monday for 'Chicago after spending two weeks There with her folks. V-iThe vessel, Soflo Tournica, Capt. •• Jfcnderson of Ellison Bay, loaded posts at \"Brahn's dock last Friday. JMr. and Mrs. Chas. Root who until recently occupied the Aug- Nelson \"house have gone to Milwaukee for the .•winter..''..'. Omer ItemlUard was a caller here Sunday looking over the new school building in which he has contracted\" to install a, heating plant. Relatives and friends have received (announcements of the marriage of 'Miss Anna Hendricks to Andrew ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 11 October 1917

THE WOOB COUNTY NEWS OCTOBER 11,1917 t :: ifere atidl^here:: BRUSSELS . : • A Gabe Pierre sold\" a. Dodge car to JohaB.Maccaux this week Mrs. John Notyak and ,,'daughfcer Isabel, of Rosier© are visiting here at the home of Jule Pierre. Louis Jadin disposed of fryo Inter- state cars last week, one to John B. jadin of Brussels and one to Nestor iLamperuer of Union. Our principal, Frank K^selka, has heen called to Camp Custer-.\"''-' His last day of school was ^Vednesday, Oct. 3'. Mr. and Mrs. Kazelka left for their home in Tisch Mills Thursday. The marriage.of M^ss Carrie Chau- doir and Chas. Lectoin took place at the St. Francis church Wednesday, Oct. 10, Rev. J- J. Gloudermann per- forming the. ceremony. * A wedding dance was held in the evening at Ruben's ball, Rosiere, and the \"happy youhg couple were extended the best wishes of their\\many friends. -PAGE SEVBN (Too late for last week) Mr. and Mrs. Gage Pierre made motor trip to Sturgeon Bay Saturday. - Mrs. Allen Rankin of.Gree...

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