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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 6 June 1918

PAGE TWO £!$3!i(i!S liiiililiiliiigiiif\" M^^^WIBM^ \" : ^ Mrs, John Stepnan went io •'•making his rounds this week in this 'Milwaukee\"to spend Decoration Da i»ara. land to see their son Walter, who was •tWC) \\' tlio\"/ jnsurance,,ikere with a contingent of soldiers taan of Green Bay, was a visitor here on Tuesday, ••••. .'. •• ,,Mr. and Mrs. Emil Krause of the town of sturgeon Bay made a trip to Green Bay Sunday. _: ^_*. Eugene .Barnard is taking.-.his vaca- tion, during which his place on the rural route is being filled by Cleve Schumacher. Thos HalverBon, who spent the past •winter here, left the first of the week Sor Green Bay, where he will make Jils home Indefinitely. ~ A' son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Olson last week, the 2*145. ' 0 I the three children born in this family •tch is ten years apart. '•'•' Adam Schmelder of Ilrllllon, Wis., was.a visitor here from Friday until Monday, during which hie- was the S^est othis son Joseph. • ' Tlie scow Advance was brought to...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 6 June 1918

THE DOOK COOT ! 1TEWS JTOE 0,1918 7K &r r«na t» flftlep tosmdocer nwre Cr&tb. ' Uncle Saiia will Hand Hlni Real GRAVEtV Chewing Plug in a Pouch from You f f The U. S. Mails will reach any man in Uncle Sam's Service. When you send him tobacco, let it be good tobacco—tobacco worth sending all that long way—the flat, Compressed plug of Real Gravely. Give any man a chew of Real Gravely Plug, and he will tell you 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 s it lasts a long while. If you smoke a pipe, slice Gravely with your knife and add a little to your smoking tobacco. It will give flavor—improve your smoke. SEND YOUR FRIEND I N TH E U . S . SERVIC E A POUCH OF GRAVELY Dealers all around here carry it in 10c. pouches. A 3 c stamp will put ti into his hands in any Train'mc Camp or Seaport of the U. S. A . Even over, there\" a 3 c stamp will take it to him. Your dealer will supply env...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 6 June 1918

jjjCZ^Iff^ ^£1?$^^ \"^lliififi^ $i V^Vti '^^ V 'v^JJPi^--'^- ^•^:^'^^'jip ^^:v]B3k'.V:-^ i'^^-V-'\":^5.i '•'ii'if.'.'i i um.'\"'Till' '!v''i'i ''\"''\"\"\"'''' ' '*' '-'-\" '''' \" \"\"' • '- •'' Vr:^Kret-'inl). ^»ne':fr^-3t ',6^3t'.^Vi., ' \" ^ H i | U t t t t S j ^ S f c l I l l l t ' 8 ' * 0 I\" T i t 4 4 f I ' fffffTTfTlJLllif1 I P * 5£*' ' ••::-'^-»»i:.y . J*C^ •• #- .-^i-.- #»':' ••• ' M : } « v f : ^ ^ -•:• •• •' •••. - v i ^ ^ ^ ^ p ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ g ^ W ^ F ..: Notice for Adainiaratlon and Hoace to - V - A H I ISE CTlJi 11H\"* ***** * * » 5 * * * * M » • * * * m l l H t l I H I | T { Accept lUs Plans—the Washington aland school board accepted the plans |g^ T^eilT /Churns Mectlngr^—A meeting placed in Glass Th'ree, Division K, un | ? S ^ ^ e tllserty Chorus will be held on der' the head ol ' \"necessary highly plfBSonday: evening, June ipith. H Members specialized technical or mechanical g-Jiare urgently requested to attend. It expert of necessary industrial enter- Jt te ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 6 June 1918

w jjnffipdio^cd^^ w&60ties:):bi^Print •jlatt Pefler of Jacksonport was in the city Friday on ai business trip. Jobn PeiUer of the town o£ Gardner vas in the city ^Friday attand to some Business matters.: ' , : •.•'•- Arat Hoganeon and Severt Olson of Ellison Bay -were in the city Wednes- day on business,. . Capt. S. T. Lamoreaux took a run down from Green Bay to spend a day en business. - .'...'• . jlr. and Mrs. H. M. Ferguson re- turned home Tuesday evening from a short visit at Oconto. Ralph Jenquin, clerk of the town of Gardner, was in the city on a bus- iness trip. Friday.. . . TV*. B. Cheeseman left Monday for Uarinette to spend a few days on bus- iness and pleasure. .. Howard Lavassor came up from Green Bay to spend a few days the first of the week. •'\".. Emanuel VanDfeese, Dell Armstrong and Harvey Roland made jui auto trip to Green Bay Monday. Mrs. H. 6. Bernhardt left \"Wednes- day for Minneapolis, where she will be the guest of her brother. Frank Gillette of Brussels...

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

IBB BOOR COUHTY NEWS JUNE mm Worn HERE AMD THERE 'i : Henry Hagen purchased a new •^Dodge car last week. • v : I ^ is: razing his , r«ld bouse and has started work • en a ! aiewqne. . . ' • . - - ! -Mr. and Mrs. John Fons who were married at Sturgeon Bay returned here last week. . P l a n s are being made by several of toe farmers to build new barns and .alios this summer. Halden Johnson is building an ad- dition to his house, which will add greatly to their comfort and conven- ience. The fine weather the last fow days l a s been more than welcome. Corn and potato planting is the program for the farmers lately. Mrs. Geo. Madsen who was taken io the Egeland hospital in Sturgeon Bay Is reported as getting along nice- l y and is expected home soon. \"Waiter Launders has taken posses- sion of the homestead, having bought the shares of the other heirs. Hiij mother will make her home with him. Wo understand that Adolph Moe has secured the contract to furniBh\" ce- ment blocks and erect t...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 6 June 1918

T^DOOBCO^* ^ • -•.~--~.-mnwmmar This and That from s:ttere and There i: FORESTVILLE Mrs. Aug. Bauman is on the sick list/ ^'::v .:. Mrs.Fred Meyer visited at Algoma Thursday. Mrs. Ed Boettcher was an Algoma visitor Tuesday. Florence Perry made a trip to Stur- geon Bay Monday. Jos. Depry, left Monday for Green Bay for a short visit. Fred Stuebs of Algoma was a,busi- ness visitor here Friday, «.' Mr. and Mrs. Otto Braun of Gardner •were visitors, here on Thursday. Jos. Machia and son George of Saw- yer spent a few hours here Thursday. Adolph Lauerdorf who had been vis- iting here returned to Racine Thurs- day. , Mr. and Mrs. Pat Joquet of Green Bay visited here with friends Satur- day.'. • Mrs. Alex Flemal left Saturday for Green Bay where she will visit with iriends. Henry Servaes returned home on Tuesday from Gillette where he had been visiting. Mrs. Dr. Hirschboeck returned on |^ 'PA^ j3H$ia£ Jos. Debroux, the Ford agent from Sawyer, delivered three Fords here Friday and Saturday...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 6 June 1918

PAGE EIGHT \":i\"\"\"\"\"r '''''\"'\"'''\"^'''fl^ffi^ r : : : v Strands Oh Plum Island Point \" \" During the dense fog of Fridayaf- ternoon the steamer Regulus, a big steel Iron ore carrier, stranded at'• 1:20 o'clock on the southeast point of Plum • , Island.•'\"'• : \\ '.• .'• '\"\"\". '-••.\".••\"- ^••'••The steainer/weht:on:1vard'.Md.::Was. well out forward. The Plum Island coastguards went to her assslstance, but the steamer was so fast that she could nor releaso herself. Wjord was. sent to ^Sheboygan and the tug Peter Iteiss, Capt. Jim Tufts, was sent to the assistance of the Btranded steamer. :-.' The Regulus was In light trim and bound to\" Escanaba for' iron ore. She Is owned by the Interlake Steamship company of Cleveland and Is 416 feet long and of 4,803 tons burden. The Regulus was formerely named, the John J. Albright. ' Although the wind blew a gale from the west on Saturday it did not inter- fere with the steamer, which was ex- posed to easterly .winds. . './\" The t...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 13 June 1918

THE DOOR COUNTY NEWSk-^'NEWS WORTg WHILE\" ?0LU|»B*01TB STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 191S NUMBER F I F E t 16 LEFOOR LAUREL Door County Men Are Selected For Special Service Because Of Their Qualifications. ON WEDNESDAY P. M. Iicorted To Trab By Band, Citizens and Bo Scoots. Will Perform MarinejDnty In France. Dcor county Is^Galled upon to furn- ish an extra number of men for spec- ial service in the army, being the only .place in the state required to do so. Having: in our community a number o men with marine experience is the cause for tho special call for Door •county men. .Ttie~ adjutant general called upon the several boards in the state to furnish a list of men who •would be qualified to fill the positions o steersmen and boatmen. It _was Sound on' examining the question- naires that there were seventeen that answered to the requirement. The adjutant general was notified to ithis effect and he immediately wired tack to send in the names. As soon \"as\"this order ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 13 June 1918

mmmmmmmmm fflliiiiiiiiw: :. '•'. l- AgJsi fCtaf : Banks ^8|dcnt:iIe : clh jllie':4eatl» of Frond. Evehspn-on,/ • Saturday the town dl Clay Banks Icwt on^ of its oldest residents: Jeatb was i causedby .old'ago . • v .j y:'-: •'• - '\"- \"SepC:%, ,tS3il feeing ltt Ms,84tti yeai* Hewas married to Miss Anna Johnson ini his native country ini 1862 and In 1883emigrated to America, coming directly to this county and locating in the town of Clay banks, which was bis home until he pasesd away. Deceased, is survived by his wife. : TffhoJs-:87. years'pt age. v : •.' ..: ' \" : ^ : The funeral was held from the For-i «st church, Rev., feT. xtogne of the JUprwegian Lutheran \\chUrcli officiat- ing The remains were inferred at Forest cemetery. , = •' jhave mdved here and:win maTfo thi? is employed in the local cohderisery. Ifen JT. O'fioyie pf Appletoni deputy revenue iCplleetor,^••,*..»::.WB| was here!-••M»r^« : for iqlty^ibut^fbiB £ttrne&}j&^ ana : My8^ jb^^ ^ a y ^ u r j ^ a y j ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 13 June 1918

^^^^^^^^s^s^&mm Real GRAVELY Chewing Plag Any gift from thefolks back home means •a lot to the boy. •' • When you send him tobacc^, let it be good tobacco—tobacco worth sending all that long way—the flat, compressed plug of Real Gravely. Give any man a chew of Real Gravely Ping, and he will tell you that's the kind to send. Send the, best! .. •. V\"~'- •• '^ . Ordinary plug is false economy. It costs less per week to chew Real Gravely, because a small, chew of H lasts a long while. If you smoke a pipe, slice Gravely with your knife and add a little to your smoking tobacco. It will give flavor—improve your smoke. • : SEND YOUR FRIEND IN THE.«. S. SERVICE A POUCH OF GRAVELY • U Dealer* all around here carry it in 10c pooches. A 3c stamp will put it into his hands inany Training Catnp or Seaport of the U.S. A. Even \"over there\" a 3c stamp willInks it to him. P. B. GRAVELY TOBACCO COMPANY, Danville, Va. The Patfnt'Poach keeps it Fresh mid Clean arid Good —It it not Real Gravely w...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 13 June 1918

j iJ!»r»ry: Closed Eyenlng^The ' #U1K Ig^c/libraryj^ill: ^ pljtog a t 8 o'clock from this time on IUIK fg^ %ptember:iat.'r. ' ' |f ^ .Jthno0nces::-En^^inent' — Frank II^JBntliera, BUperJntenaerit of the state Ig^fisn: hatchery announces the engage- fiilament ofhis daughter Miss Beulah, to f||aJr ]Robert Wahl. '. • ••• \\/'.-:-. \\ v ' £ p ^Cattle SWptaent-rHenry Hopp the l^iaBirat of the week made a shipment of §fi: etock\"toChicago consisting of 16 cat- |§y iile, 45 hogsv 65 calves, and 25 sheep. f^There-were two carloads in the lot v Boil tlie Water—Take ho chances S^ith typhoid and boil the water! •v5Iealth Officer Sibree sounds nwarn- ibg that should be heeded. The season -r*j»s been favorable'to the disease. Bet- :^ler to be safe than sorry. Fined for Speeding—\"Billy\" Wplter '^OB called on the carpet in Justice Jleverden's court on Saturday ,and re- quired to pay a flab of \"ten and\" for exceeding the speed limit while driv- ing his car. Total. $13.95. Paid., Attorney ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 13 June 1918

v5rarK^flto« ^ofra Ourselves in Print Arthur Ficbtuer and Louis Koessel ©f Sister Bay were in the city Monday on a pleasure trip. Miss ClaraSKeogh, of Green Bay is visiting at. the home .of Mrs Rose Keogh and Taniily this week. Joseph Rouer, Zephrin Dewitte and \"Win.Vandertie of Brussels were in the city \"Wednesday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fetzer and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wagener returned home Saturday from a trip outside. H. R. Holand of Ephraim was in the city part of Sunday and Monday at- tending to some business matters on the latter day. Clarence Dana went to Milwaukee on a business trip Friday afternoon, ' returning home the following day with three Buick car3. Mrs. Lawrence Gislason returned to Jier home at Washington Island tho latter part of last vjeek, after visit- ing with relatives, here. Mrs. Jessie Nelson Swanson and son arrived from Madison the latter part of the week to visit •with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Nelson. Jay Rogers of Liberty Grove was In the...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 13 June 1918

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Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 13 June 1918

***ZX*xx******M THE DOOR COPKTY SBWS JPXE 18, 1M8 r:t ::M-:M:'^^ FRIDAY and SATURDAY ONLY INCLUDING ALL TRIMMED and untrimmed HATS positively nothing held in reserve. W e mean to accomplish the clearance of every HAT in our stock AT ONCE prior to Miss McMahon's departure for the east in preparation for the fall season. This is a bonafide ONE-HALF PRICE SALE where every price is actually cut in half from the original price on the tag. This sale be- gins FRIDAY and will continue ONLY ONE WEEK. Come early for finest picking. POSITIVELY No Approvals. No Charges No Return on any Hat bought at this sale. ****************** **************************##***»w******************* VTR GVABANTEK this SUIT SALE to be the greatest suit value offered any- •whiero, considering both quality and price and will BEFUNI* THE PUB- CHASE PRICE if you can duplicate this offer at any time. '.,'\", V . POSITIVELY A $30.00 VALUE 12 to 14 oz. fine weave guaranteed fast dye, soft finish WOOL serge* SUIT wrm TWO...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 13 June 1918

DIE ON FIELD OP BATTLE %%&&& I Point^ .^/ ' \" i -: .^ :'\" -^: : H & .^-itfwaro' KWldson, keeper: at.Racine ..,-.., ,-- - . - • * ^ R e e ^ Kas Seea traiaferred to deeper m ^ ^ ^ : ^ ^ ^ , ^ ^ •• -'-\"T ...':.. J . - - : . . . • Afono ' flnrl -txrli-W:- a: vitrei*~ tUtti . ffllrl*and JnS.airid ^ .prosijswtbitf&t^thoWil'ia^e^andj holding jt pgiiiniSt\"Tfip^ate'd:rc'(mn^rati^cJd»')of • U»et:eriemy.' ? -:p .V 1?'*^ ' ^ S ^ ^ v ' V ^ ' ^Thls1 display: of tte fighting fiuallties of o\\it:soldier bqys was received -vvitli: glad! acclaim by^{tlie-Wenc^ari'd^Britp jsh' papers, whose correspondents /at the front gave them iriahy compH- ments on their victory and told how j^iftt^B^cine^^rbor^^He^i.'a .a- Bbn: .b.f the first named. : \"v,=:\": V:. -'': •I William Larson,?whoSvaa assistant ^Racine Beetliia^Deen prpnibted.to Iteeper of the same light He is a 'son ^t*a::iomer: ,at' Baileys JHarr Vto$tv- £v './ '.-\"•••\\.i'':r::'^'-.-\\ :--\"• V The steamer - Parka Fosterj...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 20 June 1918

• s THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS—\"NEWS WORTH WHILE\" VOLUME FOUB STURGEON BAT, WISCONSIN J THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1918 NUMBER FIFTY-OKR WILL CELEBRATE 4th Affair To Be Held Under Auspi- ces Of Recently Organized Home Guards Co. F. J. HAMILTON ANSWERS CALL COMMTTTEES APPOINTED monster Patriotic Demonstration Has Been Planned For Day's En- tertainment. Big Parade. Former Prominent Man of This City Dies In Oshkosh Saturday. Bur- ied Here Monday Morning Sturgeon Bay is making prepara- tions to have one of the biggest cele- awAtions in its history on July 4th. The affair is to be held under the Auspices of the recently formed Home Guards company, which, assures its .success from the start. , A meeting was held on Monday af- ternoon at which time the following committees'were appointed: ..•','. Executive—T. A. Sanderson, W. E Wagener, M. B. Goff. Publicity—H. J Sanderson, A. ' T. Harris, J. A. Spalsbury, Don Lavassor. Fihancer—Wm. A. Lawrence John J3oler, B. J. Keith. Program—Her. J.. 'S., Morris, D...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 20 June 1918

S $ wxwBmww%&$ d^SMWYER V. •'\"'•\".€tep« Sawdo Dies-Unexpectedly . The death of George Sawdo on Sun- k day was a'surprise to his relatives and friends, a,s it was quite unexpected. J George had been ailing with a sore * throat for a couple of days, but • thought little or nothing of it until V ':- - .. TOursday,' when it became so bad '.that.he consulted a physician and was * . Informed that he was suffering with quinsy He was advised to go to the' \" Jiospital,where he would receive the ::prope carp and attention. He drove 'over to the hospital Friday morning.' His condition grew steadily worse, however, and Saturday U wa realiz- • 4 d that unless an operatioti was per- ^Ibrmed ho could not possibly survive. -A This was done, but it was too late, =/^eath being caused by strangulation, tr^the throat closing up. Decedent, was a single man and in Ji!s 35tfi year at the\"time of his death, • Itaving been born in the town of Gardner on Jan. 14, 1884. Ha was a •Â«on of tho late Mr....

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 20 June 1918

It only Takes a Minute to send him a pouch of Real GRAVELY Chewing Plug Just drop into any wide awake dealer around here, give him 10 cents fot the pouch'of Real Gravely, complete in the special envelope ready for mailing. - Address it according to the official directions he will give you. Put on a 3 cent stamp—and Uncle Sam's Mails will see that hegets it. Real Gravely is the tobacco to tend. Not ordinary plug loaded op with sweetening, but condensed quality. It's worth •ending along way, and when he receives it he's got something.. Give any man a chew of Ileal Gravely Plug, and he will tell you that'* 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 YOUR FRIEND IN THE U. S. SERVICE A POUCH OF GRAVELY Even \"over there\" a 3c. stamp will put it into his hands. P. B. GRAVELY TOBACCO COMPANY, Danville, Va. . The Potent Poach keeps it Fresh and dean and Good —It u not Real ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 20 June 1918

SffiiiS ]iiffi'::'3iiaitE ... V: ':• :• /SEVASTOPOL .,....' ...'• . .',': '). ' .• Effort of tlie Bed Cross Some excellent work was perform- ed by the Red Cross in this town dur- ing the month of April and a great deal of credit is due Mrs, Ed Fehl for the interest that Is being taken in the society. As general chairman of the yomen'a work in this town she was Instrumental in the organization of a Hed Cross branch in each of^ the eight districts of the town. District No. 5 has the largest mem- bership, having C2 families enrolled on Its roster. Naturally this district has raised the largest amount of money. District No. 1 is the smallest in •point of membership, there being only/ *\"* 26 families enrolled. Some of these)' A baby girl arrived at the home of have\" been working with the ladies of the Evergreen district. Since their organization in the month of April up to June 1st, there has been raised in each of the districts from the1 giving of suppers, selling fancy work and membe...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 20 June 1918

THE BOOB r^UNTT NB|TS JtfKE 9M018 PAGB n V B Home Service: More frequent and :inore important ,than financial relief irom the Red Cross will be the work •of helping families to maintain their standards of health, education and industry. When the soldiers and ^sailors return from the war, the fam- ilies entrusted to the care of the Red •Cross should be found to have main- tained, as far as i t is humanely poss- ible, the essential standards of home iife. The.executive board of the lo- cal -chapter has appointed the fol- lowing committee on Home Service: Jtev/Alf. Broehs, Chairman Dr. G. .R. Egeland, A. W. Miller and George DeKeyser, Union. Hospital Garments: Up to May 1st the local chapter of the Red Cross was listed as a Star Chapter, in \"Cen- tral Division Headquarters, in or- der that all our workers will under- stand how very rigid the inspection is at Central Division, kindly let me .explain why we were taken off the STAR CHAPTER list. FIRST: Plys .and buttons on trousers were ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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