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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 8 November 1917

wMWMiWfiM- Bommoge Sale—The' ladies of the flj^Mwirtan • church are holding, a : rum- lffeitoge'siale fa the Noll building today ?:§ : v:JTfcursday) and tomorrow. | ^ ^ S c h o o l Board MeeUngr—The regular ll'-'jnohthly meeting of the achpol hoard ^ f Swas held on Monday evening. There |::Swaa nothing of importance before the ® iliodyi only the routine of business be- pKinirtransacted.. . • f c ( Will Entertain Bebekahs — Misses fsfi XJairria Anderson- and Jennie Peterson H' ^wUi entertain the Rebekah Sewing f i'v-ipircle at the Odd Fellows hall on Fri- M v iay evening, November 12th. Every f-'Kionei is requested to be prepared to do ' Bed Cross work. Postage Increase—Did you forget to ^ put that extra stamp on your letters since November 1st? Better not, if : you want the mall* delivered promptly, letters on the rural deliveries from a local office require only two cents postage. Make inquiries for rates on parcel post packages. Is Improving—George Jensen, who •was so seriously ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 8 November 1917

THHE BOOB COUJilTr !reyS^ v yQTEMBEB 8, 191J Ourselves in Print Miss Elsie Trudell returned Sunday from a week's visit at Oshkosh. Harry Dana made a trip to outside points on Thursday, returning home on Saturday. . A W. Miller went to Green Bay Monday on a buainess trip, returning hnme the same evening?. . Peter Bournoville of Fish Creek was in the city on Thursday ana took the train for outside points. Miss Lillian Ridgely returned home Saturday from a visit withV relatives and friends at Chicago. County Supt Bernard Madden at- tended the teachers' convention at Milwaukee on Friday and Saturday. : Mrs. C.M. Stephenson left Thursday morning for Milwaukee, where she spent the week visiting with her sis- ' ter. \"•'•'.-• •• -'. \"'•'• '. Andrew Forge\" left ThujrBday: for a visit to outside: points for atew^days : as well to look after some business matters, '_ .-. Mrs. S. Karzmarck/ Mrs. Jos. Zak and Miss Martha Zak, alt of Fish Creek, were visitors in the .city\"on Thursday. '..,'•-...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 8 November 1917

ms^^mmwmM — from im&zM®-?tH$m cause you will be contributing to a worthy cause. Speakers have been se- cured for the occasion. tfev-t. / EM-ISON BAY ' ' v • -i Anton Teskle Obituary 3 Anton Teakle who passed away at -3hts home in Gills Rock last Thursday rfeyenlngi mention of which was made &$n these columns, was born in Bohem- lia in 1857, being sixty years and four nnonths of age at the time of hia death. Deceased came-to this country when •eighteen years of age and was employ- e d at Racine for six years. He was Hiinited in marriage to Anna Chizek in 1881, then moving to Rowleys Bay '-where he made his home for ten years.If A b a D y b o y i,a8arrive at the home \"Their union was blessed by nine chil-i^^fr. and Mrs. Martin Anderson dren two of whom are dead Six Xirls and one boy survive, namely, • '.'.'Mrs. Elnora Mullen of Woodstock, 111. 'Mrs. Collins of Indiana MTB. Doherty •of Chicago Mrs. Sitte of Liberty ilrove Mrs. Chrlstianson of Green Bay Mrs. Arthur Weborg of G...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 8 November 1917

• / • ' This He*e and There:: ^OKESTVILLE Mrs. Walter Meyer is on the sick list. • . ^ L •/' ..-.'. v'-.'cC-'1- TomPerry motofed to Kohlberg Thursday on business A baby boy was born to M n a n Mrs. Chas. Brown Thursday, The liutherah Frauen Vereln met pn Thursday at,the school house.\" - Art Lehmkuhl and family moved in- to their new residence Thrusday. Emil Wilkie and wife returned Wed- nesday from their wedding trip. \\ F r a n k Rose was a business visitor at Algoma Thursday between trains. -Mr. antLMrs Frank Schlosser re- turned to their home in Milwaukee - Fridays . -,^ yv ,^^::.: •.:,[•\" ,/.'\\.\" Waiter Piehler is^speading a few days at Milwaukee, on business and 'pleasure.':^'-'^• y)\\.y' \\,'' i .s^. •'.\"' :•'' Dr. Donovan' of Milwaukee arrived here Thursday to spend a short time ou business ,: • . v.'--.•: ::,'', Kiss r lnra Renard^who is employed at Green Hay came home Saturday, for a short visit Matt Perry returned Friday from Milwaukee4-where hchad spent a few days on...

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

*^SiM3B^ ^ of Local and General Interest \" .!\" Goes to South Chicago J Albert J. Brown, who for a number ot years past has held the position of No. 1 in the coastguard crew at the canal, has been appointed keeper, of the South Chicago station, talcing his departure on Thursday of last week to enter on his new duties. \"..: His placejai the canal has been fill- ed by Daniel Magnussen, who was No. 2 at Plum Island. John Anderson, keeper at South Chicago has been transferred to Chi-? cago Harbor station and Charles Car- land has been transferred from the latter station to Evanston. Olaf, Ege- land, who was formerly at Evanston has been transferred »to Lewes, Dela- ware. War Tax On Small Boats A war tax is imposed on the users of yachts, pleasure boats, power boats and sailing boats of over five net tons, Sun received an overhauling at the shipyard of Rleboldt & Wolter in this city, during which the members of the crew attracted considerable attention by reason of their peculiar ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 15 November 1917

Do the Bestifak^ You May Know Better '^f^§MW^§ii^0SWk THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS—\"NEWS WO&TH WHIlJfi f»LiraEEJT STURGEON BAY. WISCONSIN THURSUAl, NOVEMBER 15, 1917 ANOTHER CALL MADE .Eighteen Men Are Ordered Sent To Camp Custer From This Coun- ty By Provost Marshal. IBLLLEAVEHOyEMBER 23 District Board Certifies More Names t o Local Board. 1200 Volunteers Called For In State. The/riext lot of men will go from 35oor4ouiity on Friday, November 23d. /Notice was received by the Local ^oar d on Saturday to have 16 men jeady to report at Camp Custer be- tween the 19th and 24th day of No- -vember, this being 30 per cent of the •county's quota. In addition to the sixteen men it -was ordered to have three alternates .and a sufficient number to make up •for those who were rejected at Camp •Custer also report. As there were two men rejected at -Camp Custer it made it necessary to notify 21 men. The • following are those who'have been notified to ap- pear-before the Local Board on the afternoo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 15 November 1917

iiiii?*iB*et£ mmmm^m : ^Aute Capshws on Street m ^'something out of the ordinary oc- flfen^dV6n :ftl!*^-B^rnoo:n\\ when\"\" the t^flwto driven by Feli% Debroux capslz- §Kea ori^one of the mainstreets.. . .-•• kiFtelix, who is a son of Joseph De- ijbroui, proprietor of the Ford garage, S%a d a number of Iris boy friends in the '''It&Mp at the time whom he was giving a Sjrid^ He turned -the corner at State 8n Union %treeU and started down f toward the railroad depot. It was the s Intention to go into the railway yards, tint in doing so ho must have turned ': Jthe\\'car too short with the result that it tripped and rolled over, turning .bot- tom side up. Debroux was pinned mnder the machine, but the other four toy either jumped out or thrown out. .When the car was lifted off from the lad he got up and refused the at- tention of.a doctor. Outside of a few ' ipruises ho escaped serious injury, as did all the others who were with him. It was certainly a narrow escape from a possible...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 15 November 1917

^ ^ ^ \" ^ ' • • •• - i • ' • • - - J ^ ^ 1 ^ — ^ — • — — — ^ — _ _ _ _ _ _ ^ „ , , : — : 1 1 L^—•—• 1 _ • — — S : — : :—:—^^_—^? - • - - . - • - . - - - - - - . - . • - • • . . •- •' ' - • • -• •• •• - •'•- .-•-.••• - ^ - - - - - - • • - _ » _ - - • - - - - ..«'.-••.%.•.-'. ^ g ^ . ^ . p . ^ w y ^ n ^ y H ^ i f f - i i T U . - - . . , •rrifTi.' iT-Trniittaaa..:: STARTS FRIDAY, JFRIPAY NOV. 16 STARTS FRIDAY FRIDAY, NOV. 16 THE^SALEEVERYBOD Y WAITSFOR SECOND, ^ e ^ &ovember^ ':'^'' '' : : '^^^ Thousands of Dollars in Dependable Merchandise Awaits You in this Sale, at Great in Prices, Justi when Wm^ most appreciate the Reductions. ALL SUITS REDUCED Suits ^Serges, RibRodier, Velour Checks, Gaber-v dines, Burellas, Plain Velours ^ n d . ^ plain Suits ahcl Fur Trimmed Suits in all the ne\\v fall colorings and in a great variety ol lovely styles. Regular sizes 16 to 44 stout sizes AS to49, Regular price* ^ DIVIDED INTO FOUR LOTS for tKis Annual November Sale $12i50, $19.75. $25.00, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 15 November 1917

Ship Stock—A carloadof stock was |ff»P^ 'H.:T'^ ^:\"''S:-'':\"' 'S:\". -V ,\"'' '-^'.v'.-V S||!f Visijpni[eiit 6f'.Fordsi—. The. Moeller i3gGanig e ' • received• a • • shipment^ of}, Ford ^v«ara'tfie. latter part.of, the week. An- i©.^H6ther • Is on the way and la expected |gl jti,dajr- .\".',\"•• ::'': • ••'•. |Sf ^rriqrcas Society—The Dorcas Society | v^Tiilhave a ?pue and Member social gSjg'ilnecstlng -with Miss Margaret Reynolds y^jiei t Tuesday evening. Come and an- SV «.W!8ir''tp .'rol!\"\"fctilii ! •\"'\"'\"•• •.''-.\"•''. Married at Court House—John Wag- tenejr aSd Mary Defere were married at 'the court house Thursday aiter- noori by Judge Dehos. Tne couple In- tend making this county their home. Appointed on B. d CommlUee^MrB. N. C. Garland has been appointed a member of the Red cross committee to succeed Miss Fannie Soiikup, who resigned because of removing from the iclty. Ifire Alarm—The fire alarm sound- Tuesday calling out the fire de jiartment for a roof fire in th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 15 November 1917

WMefy&im Print Mrs.\" J. C Dana spent Monday visit- ing with her Bister\" at Caaco. Wta. WjJiipn left Monday- for Mil- wau lioo on a ftw days business trip ( \".Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Pichette return- ed from Green Bay Tuesday morning. Attorney Martineau was among the out-going passengers Monday after- noon. ••... V\". • • - . - • • . Win. Carmody returned to Sugar Bush, Kewaunee county, Monday, after visiting Here. : , — ': .' •\"\"• Miss Lima Hunsader is ^pendin this week at Maplewood visiting with relatives and friends. Elmer Wilste was a Sturgeon Bay visitor Tuesday from Sister Bay. \"Like- wise Mr. Van Antwerp. Mrs. Dan Donovan of Sevastopol left Monday afternoon to enter one of the hospitals at Green\" Bay. ':: :f -|'^V . Mr. Murphy of Green Bay'was .a Sunday visitor in ihesei parts.' He mo- tored as far as Egg Harbor. Miss Laura/\"Walker who was'for- merly employed in the schodls of this city is visiting at ttie home of C. C. •'Dana. •-''-'• .-.{j^ . ^ . V \" .'.,• ,• ..'..-' ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 15 November 1917

i§Sg iflSS , ,, , „ , '\".',','-.'.'•!,.\", •'.'.'..'. iifj.'..... .*.•! i.ji \"•..'... .,'•!: ,-i,i ,-'.•'„• J.'J„_. .i. :I,I • ^MiifcBarlira^ 'ii&^Mr,£ a&^^ e ^ - i & S ^ ^ v ^ : :i-i:'i^ ^ -^Yfl^a^-^^-^^^irSv. '.^ .-.-., -\"-.::•- ... . •- t^M ffi^^^M from W^^^-:mEm: ^S J^'^. 0 !^ni/.GpBa[:'i»fidB'a' business trip to | S t • Sturgeon Bay 'Saturday. |?i ' - j a ^ and BIrs. Carl Prueter motored to Sturgeon Bay Sunday. S.|::'' ' V V^Rred.SniUh and- daughter Leona of '• : v^^Ister^Bay were callers here Monday. ^\" - 1^ entertains the y /ladlesImprovement Club this Thurs- ) . /*.| •' «lay. \\ . \" ^ I Dennis Short of North Dakota is &&^*ififia: :.••'• **\"* home of his niece, Mrs. Chas Patitefi „ - - . . „ _ . Mf. afid Mrs. Rogef Eatough spent , laBt Thursday visiting with Mrs. Dave Jacbbson on the Eatough farm. Chairman Wm. Tofts went to Stur- geon Bay Tuesday to attend the an- aual meeting of the county board. A crew of laborers are w.orking at the Range ligh...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 15 November 1917

THE DOOB COUNTY NEWS NOVEMBEK 15,1917 PAGE SEVfflT FINEST Standard Quality Dress Ginghams Regular 20c grade, new patterns, light, and medium colors,, very ,pecial, peryard v 10 Yard. Limit v - -^ enge 5 lbs Sugar 40c ies (With order of $1.50 or over not in- eluding Flour.) • 2 Cans Salmon (tall)„...v...^sec 2\" Cans y Oil Sardines . v . ^ . Vl7c 2 lbs. Coffee, 28c kipd..\\r.:- ...'. .44c 3 lbs. polled Oats if.'... . .. .19c 3 Tall Cans Condensed Milk....89c 10 lbs. Corn Meal ... .....,. :...59c 2 lbs. Cranberries . . . . . . . . . . . . :25c 5 Ibars White Laundry Soap : ..SSt' :.-.:S^- • -•:•• ,'Ar-4:r 1 lb. Uncolored Japan Tea,... .39c 3 cans Kitchen KlerizeV•&• ,.. wl2c 5 bars ToUet S^api^• .../..j..25c 2 boxes Wyandott^gpwder '••'... .18c 2 Quart Jar PickledxHerring . 29c 2 8-oz. Package Baking Powder 17c 3 cans Rice Pudding \\ 2 3 c BASEMENT HOUSE FURNISHINGS CHALLENGE .12.14c TUMBLERS, star and A Q jgrape design, 6 for f40C 65c WINDOW SHADES, sec- J Q „ anils, almost perfec...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 15 November 1917

THE POOB COUJTT KEW9 NOVEMBER 15,1917 %*?' of Local and General Interest the'water, before fiie.3rt\\\"siiitoi5^,\\'^i''i|^' j Inside planking has been placed in the vessel and good' progress is being made, considering the force of men that are .employed. Christie On and Off.Reef ' - 'The steamer T. S. Christie stranded toffClay Banks, about ten miles-south •of the canal during a dense fog early Wednesday morning. Capt Hanson aent word to this city for a tug and the Hunaader, which was at DePere, •was sent for. In the meantime the steambarge W. J. Carter happened to come along and /was pressed into service. The coast- guard crew at the canal being engag- ed on another job sent word to the crew at Kewaunee and the latter re- sponded. With the aid of the coast- guards a line was run to the Carter and the Christie was pulled and brought to this port, arriving here about noon Wednesday. The craft was leaking considerably and will be docked at the shipyard to- day (Thursday) for examinat...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 22 November 1917

VOLUME r? THE DOOR COUNTY N E W S — \" N E WS WORTH WHILE' STURGEON BAY. WISCONSIN THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1913 (aVENAWCSEND-OFF Whole City Turns Out To Pay Trib- ute To Third Lot Of Honor Men From This Comity. SCHOOL CHOREN PARADE Business Suspended Until Train Leaves and Crowd FiBs Every Available Space At the Depot ,,__,. NUMBER TWENTY-ONK FORMER INSPECTOR TO SPEAK Meeting to be Held at City Hall in This City on Tuesday Evening Next. Call Has Been Issued, A meetings to be held at the city hall in this city on Tuesday evening of next week for the purpose of or- ganizing a branch of the Wisconsin Dairy industry Protective Associa- tion. ' . Those engaged in the cheesemaking industry as well as those who are en- gaged in dairying are urgently' re 1 • .... - ,, . 0 „ quested to attend this meeting as tliere TherclUzens^of toe city of Sturgeon ^ *«**«* discussed that win Bay certainly did themselves proudon b e o f ^ ^ ^ ^ ™ Monday afternoon in giving the Na- p e n d l n t h e g e ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 22 November 1917

•IP* The ladies having charge of the ?? Community-supper:tor the benefit of iKV^e:Ked Cross on Thursday evening :\": are to bo«congratulated on the suc- ^Vv«ess of the affair.: They gave an illus- ^1 tratlon of what they can do when they £ devotei their efforts to accomplishing £ anything. The net proceeds of the ?/ affair was 1324.47 and the gross re- ceipts were $370.50. Tliere jwere over £ 6 0 0 people served on this accasion, '.\"'\"•: which will give one Home idea of the \"amount of work that' was performed. . F i v e large tables-were set in the opera house, which had been generously donated by the proprietor, Hugh - Crawford, each one of which was tastefully and prettily decorated. The people began to arrive about 5:30 and V from that time until 8:00 o'clock there was a steady stream and the manner in which the large crowd was handled showed that the ladies were well pre- pared, altuo the attendance was far beyond their most optimistic calcula- tions. - It was a most glo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 22 November 1917

- •*. i i Ciiiji'fi•$.^n'.ff*'•!H^***T?''^J'r^''' \"f: r ^ ' ? K - ^ r i THE PQOtt COPHTY HEWS XOYEMBEB 22 181* BaUr^d •• 8«oon4-cl»*» m«tu July 1, 1914 »t tb« Porto_e« •t Btnrteon Bay, Wisconsin, tuider Act of Htxsh 8.1819. THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS (INOOBPOEATEI)) SASIi M- I*PLANT, President and Hanagw O. A. I.0NDBEBO, Vloe-Presldent W. WAQBHEB, Secretary and Trewnier AddiM* An Commnnlc«Uon» to The Hews, Stnrgeon B»j, WSi,' Subscription Price $2.00 Per Year Sturgeon fiay, Wis, NOT. 22, 1917 . Therigbt step was. taken when a ban was put on children, under 16 years of age running autos un- attended by an adult. The law is to be rigidly en-. forced in tftia.city hereafter, according to the chief of \" police, v Children of this .age are not reliable enough to handle an auto, especially on a crowded thorofare. . The Mllwankeev_JOurnal lias started a movement to erect a monument to the memory of the late Sen- ator Paul Hustings by popular subscription. It is well. The people of th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 22 November 1917

iCffl^MUR-' THE DOOB COPSTO l^ffg yOVElMEBEK 2i8, M17 ^Bfittf^B'its •••mm- • m m t 'Will Entertain Hebekahs—Mrs. Clif •f^r d Sanderson will entertain the Re- :.'| li^i^\\Sewing Clrcle' atvtnie'' pdd'|FelT lows Hall on Uiis Friday afternoon, \"November 23d. Come early, prepared ' ' t o do Red Cross work. All are cor- :jv dially invited, j\" V ^Summer Weather—During the ..past J \"week the Inhabitants of this region Jjiye been .treated to some r.egular \\snmmer weather, the temperature hav- ing been unusually mild for this time \" «4f the year. Evidently the months i « f October and November have been turned around. ' ''••.._•'•. City Coal Coming—A wire was Te- .1 ceived on Wednesday morning to the «ff«et {fiat the steamer Wyandotte had cleared*from Buffalo at A a. m. on. that -day'for* this port with a full cargo of coal and would arrive on Friday. The tael is consigned to the Hart Trans- portation company, the Leathern! & Smith company and the city, there be- ing 2800 tons I...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 22 November 1917

P E E DOOB COUNTY SEÂ¥PS. aOVB3tBBB : g2,1M7 PAGE r m Ourselves: in Print August Johnson of Jacksonport was in the city on business on Wednesday, 'win Struckof the town of Brussels, •was In the'city on business Saturday. jos. Jenkins : of Gardner called •while in the city on business Satur- day. . •• ..': \" '\".' ' - Mrs Jacob Vertz. and children of Egg Harbor/ shopped in the city Wed- nesday. -: • -, \":-. :' \\. .. • ^i:\\-,'•'. -.''^ \" v Wpm. ItejmohJs,^Jr^-jia V spending a few daysi-fn^tiieicityon business and .pleasure/r\"^ ^^'^^.- /:'?. •. -y^:,^. V'::'-'-\\ Martin Hickey '-pitiBalleys: Harbor •was in the' city: Saturday on a busi- •ness iriBJ^t^ fii s -'j^:j£±^ ?|.- i •]••, Mr! and^Mrs?Alfred Ehiers of Jack- eonport were in the • city Tuesday on a business: trip. '\"--v. ' \"V- *^fJ?Jj*-^i' -,s'.: ! t . C. s. Smith of Ephraini^^ampng our callers? on\"Saturday while in the city on business. ••\" ' Mrs. Clyde Helgeson was among our visitors fronv Fish Creek .^the latter par...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 22 November 1917

Sff '•^4B&)BB&: TOB POOg COTOTT HgrTB SOYEMBER 22,1917 THIS THAT from HERE AND THERE BAILEYS HARBOR j 'Carl Oldenmirg of Kenosha and Os Miss Jameson spent Sunday *t her * a , \\ a n d °^° 'Q. at Racine were_called liome in Jacksonport. Ctounty Supt B. E. Madden visited the local Bchool Monday. '.' •.•'!*'•'--M. Washburn and Geo., Dunn i-%ere business callers, here last Fri- day. : . Mrs. Schroeder made a trip to Star- jgeon Bay Monday, returning the same day. Miss Catherine Conley Is here for a few days visiting the local and sur- rounding schools. Henry Htnrlchs returned to Mil- waukee last Saturday after spending the last two months with his parents. Solicitors for the Y. M. C. A. will to around this week. Be prepared to do your bit when they call at your home. Rev. E. Vogel held services at Sis- ter Bay last Sunday and there will be High Mass at St. Mary's church here at 10 a. m. next Sunday. The.collection of trout spawn by Er- nest Anclam closed with the Ashing reason...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 22 November 1917

Sam Peri^made} a ^triptoSturgeon 3ay Thursday. Ed Boettcher vkas a visitor at Rio reek Wednesday. •, Mrs. Chas. PHnske spent the fore- part of the week at Forestville. jos. Hafeman was a business visi- tor at Sturgeon Bay Tuesday. Mrs. HenryAntholt and son Charjes -were business jailers here Friday. Mrs.\\Wm. Gomoil returned Tuesday Irom a two weeks' visit at Chicago. Walter Scherer and Aug. Wilkie left Saturday morning for Leona, Wis., to iunt deer. v ^ •'. Tony Stau'e.er who had been Visiting liere returned to his home in Milwau- kee Monday. ,. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Blahnik of Kp- dan were business. visitors here Fri-, day evening. Herman Boettcher and Robert: Eg- eerl ol Algoma \"were here on busi- tjew Tuesday.. • '^: -' v -^V' ' Carl Fabry came up /frpm Algoma Saturday evening, to spend ^Sunday with the boys.' v' ''\"\"'•\"'• := ' , Mrs. Ed M. Perry.'left Wednesday for Plymouth, Wis., to pay a visit with her parents. The Bert Setter family moved to Algoma Wednesday where Bert is w...

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