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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 2 May 1918

THE DOOB COUHTI IfEWS MAY S, IMS W M I t Y TOPICS of SAWYER Chairman Joseph Dalemont of the Miss Agnes ,Teske an.d friends Miss ..town of Gardner was in on business Gcrneski and Jatobowskl arrived here Tuesday. I from Racine the latter part of the George Michaels spent Sunday with week to spend a few days visiting at lila family here, returning to Green!the home of the former, Bay on Monday morning. Rhinehardt Okruseh of Luxemburg took occasion to call on some of his 'old friends here on Thursday while in the city. The fine glass front of the Wulf Co. las been put in place and the store -presents a most attractive.and citified appearance. William Hembel and Mike Sperber .made a business trip to Milwaukee on Friday after a couple of new cars, which they drove back. Undertaker Sloan went to Caoco on Saturday with h auto hears®, which -mas wanted at a funeral of one of tho citizens of that township. Albert Samuolson drove over, to Daggett, Mich., in his car on Friday. to visit with hi...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 2 May 1918

THE BOOB COUNTS SETTS MAT 2,1018 \\jp&QE-}nwUK . The Door County News •ftterae M lecond-elaai matter July l. I l l * at »he poatofflce at Sturgeon Bay. Wla- •aaiia. ender the act of March 8. 187*. *. PUBLISHED WEEKLY B I THE DdOR COUNTY NEWS (IncorporctrJ) OAMlt U, LAPLANT, Pre'aidaut and aUnaK.» :•.' WAQKNEB. Secrnurr and Treasurer « « B M I . all eommamnatioDi to Tal H. i Btnrceon Bay, Wiieoniln Sabicriplion Price $ 2 . 0 0 Per Year Sturgeon Buy, Wis., May 2, 1918 : • Are you a Trufr Blue American-? In •other words, have you bought.a bond? y ThisUjis .. the:-.- tlhie/. bt\\ year \\vhenv a «lean-irp paint-up campaign should ije: inaugurated. \"This is tlie last week of the drive in /the Liber.ty Loan bond sale. If you liaye not done so 'already get onto the -foil of honor. j i t you have, a hammer and are an scious to use it, get a job in the siiip- yard. As. an emblem of indus-try in. •:the hands of a brawny-ariued Ameri- *c&ii It will do a world of good. As\"an 'inst...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 2 May 1918

BWlffti THE DOOB COPyrT NEWS MAY 2,1M8 IJSftK^iii Episcopal Scrrices — Oa Sunday «iornlng at 10:30 the usual services will be held in tfie K. P. hall. Bishop fWiellor will be present on this occa- sion. • \"•• Holds Quarterly Conference—Dist. Supt. Rey.'T. D. Williams held quar- terly conference at) the Methodist church on Monday evening, which was *well atterided. Good Day On Bridge—Thursday was €fc m big day on the bridge, the receipts §fli aggregating $124. ' Hundreds of au- |||V: toes and people passed over the struc- •|j| : tore, having come to the city to tyilte 'III i n the celebration on that day. 'M. Bad Weather—Sunday, Monday and if1 Tuesday this region was treated to fl\" some really disagreeable weather. On j||f fhe first two days rain fell at regular $|- Intervals -and on the last, snow flur- ifjj «!e8 was the order of the day, witU ftroBt at night. L 0. 0. F. Anniversary—Notwith- standing the pouring rain a goodly number of Odd Fellows and Uebekahs attended divine s...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 2 May 1918

IE DOPE C0BXTY-XRW8 : APBIL S3, 1918 Ourselves in Print John Wbllitz is able to be around'j their home, the affair being a farewell most royally treated by the hosts and the occasion will be long remembered as'one of the most delightful they have ever spent. - ..Mr,., and\" Mrs. Willis of Seymour,. Wis:, were the guests of Mrs. F. Ba£ tershill on Thursday, having/come here for the purpose of seeing the launching of the govejriment boat. They returned home^Saturday, accom- panied by their daughter Miss Grace, who. is in the'\"employ of Uie Sawyer Implement^o. as bookkeeper: H^VLi^Peterson returned homo Tues- day from a trip outside on business. Mrs. A. Kalmbach and daughter Miss Ethel drove to Green Bay in their a«to,..oia _Saturday, the former contin-. uing' th& trip .by rail to Milwaukee and Madison and the latter returning home. Theroada were in poor shape, again although not entirely recovered from.his late severe illness. F. J. Swoboda. visited with friends in this city on...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 2 May 1918

'^^f^W^^j^^^^&f^^«(i^ '•• '.'..,,. '.•' : r— from —-—:.,. . .',-' .\"V1\"- '.'\".. HERE A^N D THERE Kiiii HJRHOK •.• •: purpose. Mrs. Chas. Martens is phai.r- : Jos. Muscular lost a valuable horse man of Child Welfare for Districts •.recently. ^ / | No. 3 and 4 and has'charge'of this \"VyW Carmody sold a team of horses work in the southern part of the town. :1o J. Muscular last week. .\"'.'! Mrs. James Wilson is chairman of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. AnschuU o f Child Welfare-In the northern part of Sturgeon Bay, spent Sunday evening in the neighborhood. PEOPLE FOR AID **********H't 11II«I• II1IIM»»»I\"H II111IIHftfHti******t********9JIL***M§3J^MfJ* ANOTHER SHIPMENT Declares Farmers and Resident^ : of Small Towns Have Con- • *•' 4rjbuted Liber-ally. the town and has .charge'-of' the work'\"SOUL OF AMERICA AWAKE\" ,in Dist. 1 and 5. Notice will be given ' • ' 'at an: early date \\vhtmTand v.here to | •' Edward Tiavry returned home. Sat-. ^ : • — c h l l ( i r e n f o r t h i s t o ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 2 May 1918

THE DOOR COmSTY ETf MAY 2, 1918 lis and That from [: Here and There :: FOEESTVILLB (April 28) • Mr. and Mrs. IJmil Berg went to Al- goma on Monday, Walter Kichler spent Sunday with friends at Kewaunee. , ......... „„„„.4l. „ Monflls went to Algoma to at- pms- Laraperuer place for $10,000. cnmA tillRinARR nffairQ r»n n \\fr,n_- T h o nlny **m«1, rtnlr^*. n.. A i..« T.I end toi some business affairs o Mon y \"•' .•'•' ' • Emil Erdman within the. week dis- posed of an 80-acre farm in this town- ship. • •'. . \"1 :. , :- Miss Hattie Jennerjahn of Algoma risited with friends here for a short time on Friday. Louis Renard, who is employed at Green Bay came home Wednesday to spend a few days. John Sloan on Saturday sold his [arm to Peter Weber, who will take possession at once. William Homeyer, accompanied by lis sister, Mrs. Wzm Jacobs, motored a Sturgeon Bay Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Meyer of Tlsch Mills came here Tuesday to attend the funeral of the latter's sister. Mr. and Mrs. Fra...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 2 May 1918

W ^ * * * ^ ^ * * * ^ ^ THE IMMWt COU5TT 1TEW8 % ^t '.''.' Notice ' isNgtven that North .Man! toil shoal lighKyessel No. 5G was re-ioad^ placed on her station on April 24th. The steamer T. S^ Christie was a northbound pasage tliru.thl bay Tues- - dayTcvenlng. \\ • • • . • • • \" '. v \" ' • • ' \" ' The steamer J. S. Grouse is,making ifegular trips between1 Egg ^larbor and Manitowoc carrying farm pro- duce. ^ The steamer Susie Ciiipman made her first appearance at tnis port for tl^e season on Sunday, being north- bound with a cargo of .salt. The first Goodrich boat of the sea- son arrived in port Saturday evening, being the Arizona. She returned south the following morning. - Grays Itecf light vessel No. 57 wasen, replaced on her station April 2fith, ac- cording to notice sent out by the light- liouse commissioner of this,district. Notice has been given .that Eleven- Foot Shoal light vessel No. 60. located at the north end of Green Hay, was replaced on her station on April 27th. The...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 9 May 1918

THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS—\"NEWS WORTH WHILE\" VOLUME FOUE STFIBGEON BAT, .WISCONSIN THURSDAY. MAY 9, 1918 NUMBER FORTV-FIVE CALL FOR 100 MEN Door County Must Furnish This Number For Immediate Ser- vice In National Army. LEAVEBETWEEN MAY 25-30 MISS FLORENCE SCOF1ELD DIES Passes Away Unexpectedly While Un- der Anaesthetic For An Opera Hon For Goitre largest Qaota So Far Summoned To '\" the Colon. Names Of Those Who. Are Likely To Go. •' Door, county has been, called upon to furnish 100 men for entrapment under, the next call, which was made •on Saturday. The period of entrainment is be- tween May 25th and 30th, the exact date not having as yet been announced ty the department. Under this call the state of Wis- consin is required to furn|#t 10,007 men, a^l of whom will be se'fttls Camp Orant, Rockford, 111. Brown county will send,154 men and Kewaunee 87 at the sam£tinre. The drafting of 100 men from this •county, will pull heavily on those in Class One, there having, already been 74 sent ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 9 May 1918

THE POOR COUSTY JEWS 3TAY 0. 1918 WMEli Y TOPIC S of S Y E R Marvin Pics will next week leave, an indication that tiie resident') are all tfor Milwaukee where lie will enlist, back of the government, even if Ber- lin the navy, o Hugh Crawford- left on Saturday af- ternoon for outside poiuta to spend a -couple of weeks. ' Mrs. Sopliiis Larson was confined to her home for several days the past \"Wpek with a severe cold. ^ Albert Samuelson went to Mitrinette Thursday to Kpend a ger'did get 85 votes here. Heport has it that Mr. and Mrs. Ole B. Olson conteinplate^returning to this city to make their home again, not being entirely satisfied, with the \"^lorfdiis climate of California:\" . ,. JrGus Korlaud iiih the^sharp,point,of re m u » iriiinuuLi B [a'-hay hook Into iiis band W!in,e:uri- few days looking, 'loading a wagon Tuesday •raor'ning. after some bunineaa matters: • Sand- while the injury, is hot considered of Algoma is g^forpui 'fcwaa fafr fronV pleasant Miss Sophie Ktumoalek sp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 9 May 1918

THE DOOR CmsTi'SE^S VAY 9, 1918 Th$ Door County News •star** aa aeeond-elaa* matter J n l y l , M l * at tfca postofflbe at Sturgeon Bay, TO ander taa act of March S. 187t. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BI THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS , (Jncorporalri) SLaJOi K. LAPLANT, President and Uanagf W, WAGKNKK, Secretary and Xraaiuar. ftMran all eommnnlcationi to Tai Htwi. Btnrgeon Bay, Wisconsin. Sabscription Price $2.00 Per Year Sturgeon Bay, W i s , May 9, 191S Help the Bed Cross Hardly has the echoes of the Third :• Liberty Loan died away when we are called upon to announce the fact that '.\"..• ','''there will be a Red Cross Drive the : week of May 20-27 for the purpose of raising $100,000,00p» \" Here is an opportunity for fthe pat- :'•\"•/' riotic citizens to show that, their heart Is in the right place. Investing in •':.'• Liberty, Bonds is not so much ah in- dication of patriotism as it\" ie good sense and business foresight. A man •with money to spare would be foolish not to take advantage of the, opp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 9 May 1918

m'o^iMst^ BriefBits ±= :-t: ^ IT. C. T. U. Meeting—The VP. C. T. 'P-' IT.''will:meet with Mra. C. B. Packard : ^-«a Tuesday afternoon,'May 14th. FInlBh School — The high Bchool «l0B6d its session this week. The * jpaJef will be in session until about like middle of June. \"*\" Small Fire—A bam on the premises «t'C It Nelson caught.fire on Thurs- (gaif afternoon, but the prompt arrival 0t the department subdued tbe flames \"fcefore they had gotten fairly Btarted. •Liberty Chorus Meeting—A rehears- al y the Liberty Chorus will be held at tbe high school gymnasium on Mon- 4xef evening. Singers who have not al- ready done so are requested to regis- ter. ' Sent to Asylum — Prank Baptist, • h o aomo time ago made his escape from the Northern Hospitar»and re- pawned to this city, was on Saturday -taken into custody by the county offi- cials and returned to that institution. .'.•'• Bvildlng OH Tank—The county is keying a cement tank built on its site at the foot of Pine street, which w...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 9 May 1918

1TOP00 B COUNTY HEWS I I A X $Wlg Ourselves inPrint m I. Lawrence is confined to his of. the crop on his farm. He will visit iome -with an attack of measles. jhere for aweek when ne will leave \"'-Edward Kennedy went to Green Bay tor Schenectady, N. Y. accompanied by Saturday to spend the week-end with n i s wife, where^e has accepted a po- relatives Dr. T. C. Proctor went to Green . Bay on Tuesday, returning home the day following. Mrs. Emma Houle spent several days at Green Bay the'week-end, re- turning home Saturday. Winfred Gillespie arrived from Ra- cine on Monday, being on his way to li s home in Baileys Harbor. Henry Gattie was up from Baileys Harbor Saturday to look after some Tiusiness matters for a few days. August Erdmann is and has been •n the sick list for some time past .With ailments^incidcntal to old age. Dr. F. C. Payne on Tuesday took his departure for outside points. He ex- pects to be absent a couple of weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Miller left Sat- urday morning for...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 9 May 1918

^HLGB SIX THE DOOB COU7TTY JTE VB MAT 9. 1018 THIS AND THAT v..•\"'..•' ,'..'--\"—:——?—•: from ——:— : \" .- . \"—- HER E AND THER E BAILEYS IL1RBOR Chas. Mann lost a horse valued at f200 last week. Frank Oldenburg returned from Milwaukee Saturday. ' The Van Dyke family have rented rthelr farm and moved to Sturgeon Bay. Mrs. Nellie Robertson returiied Sat- urday from a week's visit at Sturgeon Bay. s^~ Miss Elsie Anclam nmirned Satur- day from Milwaukee s/herw sho spent the winter. / Andrew Zak is on the sick list. A fcumber of others are suffering with mumps, lagrippe, etc. Miss Adelaide Londo of Sturgeon Bay Bpent the past week visiting with Mr. and MTB.,S. Londo. A number of our young people took,™siDy f r l c n d s '\" this township. when la the dance .m Egg Harbor lust Frlf h e w c n t t 0 Milwaukee and on April «tay. All report a good time. i 2 7 t h t o o k u n t 0 hlm«elf a bride. Joe- i«i„t.«„i-n» v. . . , \\ had told his friends that he was go- Michael Gosa, who is e...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 9 May 1918

THE BOOB COraTYJfEWS MAT «, 4»18 i»A(BB.\"sk'viuj,v BEGINSTODAY.THURS.MAY 9 36in. Wash Goods Lawns, Batistes and Voiles. A beautiful assortment of pat- terns, none worth less than 25c per yard, at only 36 In. Cartaln Nets - Ecru cream and •white, 25c & 30c values.. 21c 2'/a j t Scrim Cnr- tains— Hemstitched •with Jace edging p a i r . . . . . . Xi£*v 16 in. White Towel- in,g, (part \"tinen), blue- border 1 CJL — per yard I « l 2 C 36 in. Radnor Drap- ery, comes in blue green and CQf» brown, yd.. OI7C 36 in. pink per yard Cretan.—blue: and yellow. 15ic HEBE'S A COBSET CHALLENGE That embraces every conceivable desirable style in American Lady and R. & G. makes. Medium or low bust. None in this tot worth less shan $2.00. Very special $1 C Q at ' X,DV LADIES' UNION SUITS — umbrella knee. Dnteh neck, sleeveless, lace trimmed. Very special in this, sale C7*» at only . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ,, D I C ENVELOPE CHEMISE—Fine . sheer muslin with dainty lace insertion. Siz...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 9 May 1918

of Local aid General Interest '••?•• WITH ijOUR BOYS IN FRANCE piles, when we struct camp ahi got'iw e and everything getting green Letters That Tell • of ' Impressions ^ | * Made on Some of the Door County Soldiers Notice to Mariners The lighthouse department issues the following notices of interest to mariners: . West bank entrance gas buoy and bell buoy, at Indiana Harbor, reported ont of commission May 3rd.- Will be relighted as soon as practicable. West Neebish channel lights carried eway station to be temporarily mark- ed/by lighted buoys. Intensity of White River light sta- tion to be, increased June 22, white, flash to ll.OOO and red flash to 5,000 °± ™a ^ u .!?\"° n s a»»yered b \"wee ' ' wee\" and \"toot sweet,\" and unexpect- Lieut. Butler thinks that Door coun- ty people should be proud of the rec- or.d made by the members of Company F, who have made most wonderful progress as soldiers. A. N. Dier loans us a coup'e of let- ters for publication, which we are cer- t...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 16 May 1918

THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS—^'NEWS WORTH WHILE\" VOLUME TOUB STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1918 NUMBER FOBTY-SCC ASK FOR DEFERMENT Many File Petitions For Postpone- ment Of Calls To Service In National Army. SIXTEEN ARE REJECTED JHere:Aifi4*TiU Toan Ever Are Filed With Board During Past Week. V.. Will Meet On Friday. The Local-Board met on Thursday •evening for the purpose of consider- ing the petitions that had been filed up to that time for dererment in theWagener -draft \" ' . ' , • AB a result of their deliberations there will be a number of registrants -who will no doubt be greatly disap- pointed at their findings. Out of thethe forty or more who asked for a post- ponement there were sixteen whose petitions were rejected. Some of these were out of order, the board having no jurisdiction over their claims for deferment. These were engaged in the fishing or cheese manufacturing Industries. The men who were engaged in farm- ing and who were refused postpone- ment are those wh...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 16 May 1918

IwtbB^PW? pfs THE DOOE C0U5TT HEW8 MAY 16,1918 TIMELY TOP of SAWYER vere case of bladder trouble/ His wife anddaagbler went!to?tl»e AhcIeijtPci^ ort Monday, on which day he was op erated upon for tiie ailment, BOOB COUNTS SCHOOL SEWS Many teachers' have signed ' their J J ^ contracts: for next year c Board mem* ,,., , , . • . , . bers should plan to hire their teachers condition at last reports was said to ^ 80 on as possible, be quite serious and relatives, and. On Friday evening, May 3 a box friends are alarmed and fearful that social was held inDist. 2 Clay Banks WILL WED THIS AFTERNOON Hiss Marie Hoslett and GusCn Kraase To Be Married at Norwegian °. Lutheran Church sights and enjoying himself, return- ed home the latter part of the week. Theodore Hanson is taking his an-He nual vacation and his place on the rural route is being filled in:-the mean- time by Richard Whitford, the substl- ( Miss Marie Hoslett and Mr. Gustav'tute carrier. Kvaase will be united in marriage at Miss...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 16 May 1918

fH& POOR COfTHTY,llBiyif|UY43,=iM» i.lWwaj'oo're on (Aefootont rbriufc- marintt, a chew of Real Gravely helps to pan the Ions, dark fcoara. Whether He's Fighting on Sea or Land Send him a pouch of Real GRAVELY Chewuig Plug Ifhe doesn't chew yet, he'll slice it up ana mix it with his pipe tobacco to give it flavor and improve his smoke. Youwill sendyour friend more tobacco comfort and satisfaction in one pouch of Real Gravely Plug than in half a dozen plugs of ordinary tobacco. Give any man a chew of Real Gravely-Ping, and he will telTyou that's the kind to send. Send the best! Ordinary plug is false economy. It costs less per week to chew Real Gravely, because a small chew of it lasts a long while. SEND YOUH FRIEND IN THE V. S. SERVICE A POUCH OF GRAVELY Dealers all around here carry it in 10c. pouches. A 3c. stamp will put it into his hands in any Train* ing Camp or Seaport of the U. S. A. Even \"over there\" a 3c. stamp will take it to him. Your dealer will supply envelops an...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 16 May 1918

Illlll^ v'- Chimney Fire—The department was W. ^called out on Tuesday afternoon by aL fi *Wmifey Are in.tho First ward. ^ A p p o i n t e d Xlgbt Police—Geo. Mainz t3a»^bee appointed night police to Varocceed Frank Leque, resigned. \" . Boreas Society—The Dorcas Society jtrill meet with Mrs. Louis H. Ntibel « n Tuesday afternoon, May 21st, • v Ship Cattle—Joseph Worachelt of Sgg Harbor this week shipped a twuple of carloads or cattle to out- Mde points. Cake Sale—The Epworth League of the M. B. church wfll.hold a cake sale in the Noll building on Saturday after- Bon, beginning at 1 o'clock. Korea Electrical Shop—L. H. Nebel rithln the week removed his^electri- f«al store from the McNeely building |*o roomo in the Stradllng blook. Bonds Are Beady—The bonds of the] »ecent sale are ready for delivery an the several banks in the' city have keen busy the past week in delivering *fcem to purchasers. Appointed Sexton^—Lon Brooks has been appointed sexton of the Bayslde Cemetery in plac...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 16 May 1918

THE BOOB COPXyr NEWS MAY 16,1918 Frank Robertoy of Fish Creek was in the city Tuesday on. business.' . Mrs. Jos. Worachek 'and daughter Emma of Egg Harbor were visitors in the city Saturday. Edward Houle spent several days at Green Bay within the T/eek, re- : turning Tuesday morning. The-family of.John Rysdorp on Fri- day moved into the Walter Damkoeh- ier house on Wisconsin street. Miss Helen' Fritschler went to Green Bay on Wednesday afternoon to visit •with relatives for a short time. Mrs. Wm. Moeller and sister Miss %llie Propsom went to Milwaukee \"Monday to spend a week visiting. Mrs. I. Brandeis on Tuesday went tp Milwaukee, where she .will spend • week visiting with her daughter. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Ullsperger and Vx. and Mrs. A. D. Rieboldt on Mon- day made a trip to Kewaunee via auto. William Innes and William Taylor of North Bay came-here on Monday and the following day returned via ento. Twins were on Saturday born to Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Strahan of the Mr. and Mrs. John ...

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