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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 24 March 1922

VOLUME 61 LARGEST CIRCULATION IN VOBTBGA8TEBN WISCONSIN STURGEON. BAY, WIS., FRIDAV, MARCH 24, 1922. Wais To Have Been Tak­ en T o W aupun UNDER 3-YEAR SENTENCE Head of Burglar Trio Takes Leave of Prison and Leaves Note.v Bidding Sheriff and Com­ panions Goodbye No Clue How He Got Out ■ : •â– â– â–  ■ V “ Good-bye Boys, I am going ’ .to W au p u n .' Good-bye E li.” ' T h e above n o te waB a ll th a t w as foiind in th e cell of F ra n k F ran zel a t th e county . jaU T hursday m orning w hen Sheriff E lf Stegm an unlocked th e cell doors to le t th e prisoners o u t in th e corridor a t 8 o’clock fo r b reak - ■ F ran zel had been confined in th e county - Jail since Dec . 2 “aw aiting sentence fo r being incrim inated w ith o th ers in th e b u rg lary of th e J . C. D ana building. W ednesday of la st • vreek_ he w as sentenced by Ju d g e G raass to th ree years in th e state p en iten tiary an d was to hav e been ( tak en th e re w ith in a few days by th e sheriff. â...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 24 March 1922

PagoTw / DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY. W18n MARCH 24, 1022. /or that rr .GOUGH/ \\ K e m p ’ s ^Ba l s a m P le a sa n t to take Children like w REMEMBER \" WINNERS OF THE WEST\" V BEGINS AT THE Sawyer Opera House THURSDAY, MARCH 30 Every Thursday night thereafter. I Indians Pioneers Gold Rush Battles Prairie Fires Kit Carson Grizzly Fights Tomahawks Stockades Capt. Fremont Blazing Arrows Mexicans Landslide Bison Man Squaws .- Va^on Trains Sutter’s Creek Papooses .T rappers Attacks 8earP its f Universal presents Ped Blooded American History Chapter Play O Vtamn© ART D u c te d tv Ed Laemmle See the Thrilling exploits of Kit Carson and Capt. John C. Fremont marvelously pictured in a great con tinued featu re .. A great story of Action, Drama and History of inter­ est to Young and Old. Remember it begins next Thursday, March 30, at the. Sawyer Opera House. Sawyer News. ? 3 b§ Rest of Mind As far as possible, rest of mind and body should be yours a t these times. Let US take t...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 24 March 1922

POOS COUNTT ADVOCATte, STURGEON BAY. W18„ MARCH 24, 1022. P A g e tta m STATEMENT OF (Continued from P*age 1)' Buy Marquette—tjie Uniformly good cement Marqjiette Cement assures a dependable, sat- •'* isfactory job. - -' ’ .■. •. . I t is made from mined rock* which is notably free from impurities. I t has good working qualities and is uniformly strong. —' From the mining of raw materials through each production stage the same painstaking care is exercised th at the high quality of Marquette Cement shall be unfailingly main- . tained. Prompt Marquette Service is furnished with * Marquette Cement. Order your Marquette . from us. Lewis P. Nebel Inexpensive Wall Papers don’t necessarily have to be common. It is as easy to furnish j an artistic pattern and coloring in a cheaper grade of Wall ' • Paper for a customer who must economize on some rooms, as it is in a better grade. Common Wall Papers are a thing of the past with us. We don’t want our customers to have them, because at no g...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 24 March 1922

Four POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAT, f f f t , MARCH 2 t , lossa. Door County Advocate Sintered at th e P ostolH co n t S tu rg e o n B a y , W is., a s s e c o n d -c la s s m a tte r. , P u b lis h e d B y Door County Publishing Company . V.. . In c o rp o ra te d . E v e r y F r id a y a t S tu rg e q n B ay, W ls. II. J. SA NDERSO N, M gr. Address all communications to Door County Advocate. Subscription Price, $2.00 per Year, l a ordering address changed, the old as Well aa th e new address should be given. F om m AdrertUini Repretentslrrs T H E AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION STURGEON BAY, WIS.,! MARCH 24. The Advocate’s Birthday W ith this issue The Advocate en­ ters into its sixty-first year. For sixty years it lias been going into1 . th e homes of the pehple of Door ’ , county, building up its circulation as &tho county grew and from a circula­ tion of a few hundred it now stands third in the rank of circulation among the weekly newspapers of Wisconsin, it.going into 3,...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 24 March 1922

DOOR OOTOfCT A P VOCATEj STURGEON BAY, WI8.. MARCH 24, 1922. Page UTvp Wholesome, Delicious Bread and Cakes —Nourishing bread.baked o£ the finest,hard wheat flour under* the most sanitary con­ ditions. —Crisp, tasty: cookies and light, fluffy cup cakes that are de­ licious for the. school limch- . es. .......... —Chocolate cakes, cocoannt cakes and pies of every de­ scription that will fairly melt in the mouth. v _ Fresh Breakfast Bolls de­ livered at your door every morning if ordered the day be­ fore. Schmid Phone 163 Worth Embroidery Art Shop DON’T FAIL TO SEE THE SPRING STOCK WHICH IS . NOW ON DISPLAY. Stamped and finished Dresses of ’ all 8iaes. Stamped and finished Table Runners, Pillow Covers. Lunch sets in all sizes. Buffet sets to matoh. AH a t most wonderful bargains'. MRS. C. A. BINGHAM Phone 381-W Chicks Chicks Pure bred for twelve years for more eggs. We’ve got them now 1 “ Great layers and fine lookers.” ■ tfi Get our prices on baby chicks, hatching eggs, best ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 24 March 1922

P a g e S ix DOOB COUNTS ADVOCATE, BTUROBON - BAY, W18^ aiA lM M ^,1 9 2 a. LOCALS Cottage Sold— Joseph Stroll on Thursday sold his five room bungd- low in the Third ward to Glen Ber­ ger son. Card Party— The Rebelcah lodge announces a card party at tho I. O. ©. P . hall Thursday evening, March 30th, at which the public is invited. B ig Picture— Duo to the fact that \"Dangerous Curve Ahead” is such a groat picture same w ill be shown here two days, Sunday and Monday Stereopticon Lecture—-There w ill he „a steropticon lecture at the Ad- . vent church on the \"Prophecies Re­ fla tin g to Our Day,” Monday evening March 27. All invited. E agle Physician— AJt a recent m eet ing of the Eagles Dr. G. R. Egeiand w as elected aerial physician in place o f Dr. Rohow, who has rempved from the city. After the m eeting an oyster supper w as served ./ W ell Attended — \"The Olid N est” shown at the Opera House last week was w ell attended, and the pic­ ture gave good satisfaction. The pic­ t...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 24 March 1922

p o o b o o p k y y a d v o c a te , b tu b ceb o n b a y , w ia , m a r c h z t , 1 0 2 2 , Page Stmm PERSONALS Father Alp Broens went' to Ke- wauneo Thursday. ’ ^ . M. B. GofiC left Wednesday on a business trip to' Milwaukee. ’ Walter Gibson Baileys ' Harbor, was in the city on business .yester- .day. ' f'..' '- Jeweler F. D. Shimmel, made a bueiness trip to. Green Bay on Tues­ day. . S. F. Anclam ot Baileys Harbor spent several days in the city during the week. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Stephenson of the first ward on Monday. . .. Miss Gail Bingham was in Green Bay last \"week returning home after a short visit. Mrs. Robt. W ahi.left Monday for Milwaukee after a short visit' with relatives here. - . v . : Miss Genevieve Welter spent Tues . day at Green Bay with her sister, Mrs. Art Huxford. Carl Seiler .'aixd Wm. and Ed. Jar­ man ot Fish Creek -were in the city on business Wednesday. Frank Cabot arrived here last week and has joined his father and brother at Cabot’s ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 24 March 1922

POOROOUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, TOB.. MARCH 24, 1022 WE WANT YOU TO KNOW THAT Our Prices are Right and Quality o{ the VERY BEST We carry a full line of GROCERIES and handle SCHOOL SUP­ PLIES and CHURCH GOODS. We deliver. JOSEPH WORLEY & GO. .Telephone 120 IIHE HAD NEVER HAD A STOMACH FRIDAY HEALTH TALK NO. 9 ' BY F. C. PAYNE, D. C. ' A Western mining engineer was be­ ing interviewed by a magazine writer. Though lie had spent his life at it he criticised everything and refused to Bee anything interesting, hopeful orahuman in mining. Then the interviewer switched to tlie subject' health The truth came out. The mining engineer had never had a stomach. He was tor­ tured and soured by everything he ate. Uncle Ben Sayn i “The time to b e grl n taking cayo ' of your health,. Nevvy, Is before you get high 'blood pressure a n d begin soaking 'your teeth in a . glass atnlght.\" HEALTH FOLLOWS CHIROPRACTIC CORRECTS PRESSURE ON SPINAL NERVES IN DISEASES OF THE FOLLOWING ORGANS: ,H E A...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 24 March 1922

POOB pIW3«?lT PAY. W1B.. MARCH 24, 1022. PftffeNbtt QUICKLY RELIEVED Tplicationyears, HE lacking, agonizing rheumatic ache is quickly relieved by an ap­ of Sloan’s Liniment. -Tor forty i folks all over the •world have found Sloan’s to be the natural enemy of pains and aches. Jt penetrates without nibbing.' You can just tell, br its healthy, Btimulating odor that it is going to do you good. • Keep Sloan's handy for neuralgia, sciatica, lame back, stiff joints, sore muscles, strains and sprains. At all druggists—35c, 70c,- $1.40. Pam’s enem liniment mm7 Makes Sick Skins ^*0 Well One of Dr.Hobson’s FamilyHemedies. For a clear, teal thy complexion ueq freely Dr.Hobson’s Eczema Ointment .OBB THE TRAINING SCHOOL By Leah Bebeau, Edw. J. O’Konski Coming to Green Bay DR. DORAN A l^eciaM ) Not in Name Only, but by Experience of Almost a Quarter of a Century DOES NOT USE THE KNIFE W ill Give Free Consultation on Tke&day and Wednesday *»at BEACMONX HOXEli : ^ from 10 to 4 p.m. v TWO DAYS...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 24 March 1922

I x f x Page Tea DOOR OOUNTy ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WJ8.,. MARCH 24, 102Q. • x x x x : STATEMENT OF CANDIDATES (Continued from Page 3) ' ‘ X NV vx./-. •A'- 7 .: XX'Xv X X . ■ Wife » V : X :X ' - X/X/: six-: ■ Mr.' Martin believes lie could clean Up the town when needed without .federal officers. “Woe bo to the vip- lator. after being once warned',” stated 'the speaker, and as an illus­ tration lie told how he enforced the law on his big orchard among the Indian pickers when they indulged in too much firewater. He stated if elected Mayor he felt he could clean moonshine out of the city as near as it was possible to do so. Diplomacy Wes needed go to them -personally, and not with letters and notes. \"Gambling covers a multitude of sins,” said the speaker. \"The world, is a gamble,\" andalie compared the drift of life witli a poker game. He spoke of what constituted big gambl­ ing, It he board of trade, which con- V tained -the pits of hell, where men were dragged down to ruin ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 24 March 1922

DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE. STURGEON BAY, W13., MARCH Stl, 1022. F*ge Ehnrok - ' [Official Publication] * REPORT OP THE CONDITION OF THE BANK OF STURGEON BAY located at Sturgeon .Bay, State of Wisconsin, at the c I o b o of business on the 10th day of March, 1922, pursuant to call by the Commissioner of Banking: R E S O U R C E S Loans and discounts, including rediscount,, if any_ Overdrafts United States securities owned: Pledged to secure bills payable. . Owned and unpledged -51,371,573.63 567.03 W ar Savings Certificates and Thrift Stamps actually o w n e d ----------------------- ------------------------------- -$58,850.00 83,050.00 105.45 Stock in Federal Reserve Bank- Other stocks and securities,___ Other b o n d s ______________ _ Banking houses ______ i____ ___ Furniture and fixtures ________ Other real estate owned ______- Due from other banks Cash on hand and due from Federal Reserve bank and approved re­ serve banks ____ :--------------- !_______ _ __ Cash on hand and due from...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 24 March 1922

v , ..' I*agoTwclve V . ' s . : r ■■ ' ■ \" . •â–  ' ■ r..’ POOR OOPNTY ADVOCATE, STPRCEON BAX, WI8., MARCH 24, 1022, MUST OBEY MILK Meet S.fj-■'■05y'. '0»unei! Tuesday Evoxi- : Ing' Talus Up Matter' Purchasing: ^ C : . Four .Cikrtonds Oil ' . V, ■ , tilljk dealers having. tailed to\" com* ply with requirements of the oraln- .ance' passed by the cRycouhcll sev­ eral m onths ago in''regard to selling ,• xnilk only from cows that had been officially' tested, the council at its .Meeting Tuesday evening instructed / the city clerk to servo notice thru ‘ the newspapers on all those whoi wore selling milk that they must furnish a 7 certificate or show, evidence that cows , have-been tested. It is now up to those selling inllk to have their cattle tested and: see that the ordinance is lived up to, or action wUi he taken against them and they will be prohibited from con­ tinuing the sale of milk to their cus tomers in the city. • ■ . : The city fathers are preparing for t...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 31 March 1922

VOLUME 61 ' 0 \" ,'- L A R G E S T C IR C U L A T IO N I S N O H T H I3A ST E K N W IS C O N S IN HTUKGJSON RAY, W IS., FRIfiAV,..M ARCH 31, 1922. iTSr Mrs. Jennie Reynolds Died In Milwaukee DEATH OP MRS. W. JOHNSON Mrs. Ammalia Rost Dies At Home •f Sister In This City—Death of Mrs. Christine Anderson At Home of Daughter M rs, J e n n ie R eynolds, w ife of th e la te Thos. Reynolds, iwho served sev­ e ra l years in th e state assem bly a s a rep resen tativ e ' from D oor county, died in M ilw aukee T uesday, M arch 2 8th, cause of d eath being com plica­ tion of diseases. M rs. Reynolds, w hose m aiden n am e w as C atharine Foley, w as born M ay 23rd, 1852, a t W auw atosa, W is., being 69- years of ag e a t the tim e of h er death. She w as u nited in m arriag e to Thos. Reynolds, A pril 26th, 1871, an d a few years la te r th ey cam e to D oor c o u n ty w here-they resided u n til th e d eath of M r. R eyn­ olds, and th ree years ago w en t to M ilw aukee to m ake h er hom ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 31 March 1922

w Page Twt DOOQ OOUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, fflB H MARCH 31, 1922 tCOUGHS AND COLDS often tenacious, are a drain upon the vital forces. SCOTT’S EMULSION strengthens the whole system and helps JjA drive out the pr,e- disposing cause. Mr . Scott & Eovne, Bloomfield, N. J. 11 A LSO MAKERS OF.— — (Tablets or Granules) L^ I N D I G E S T I O N miiiiiiuiiiHii iii'tiir. timnmm W e A id You With the, same thoughtful care a member of your own family would give, we \\ arrange all mat­ ters, refraining from undue ex­ penditure where circumatapcesad- vise it, but ALWAYS,maintaining a beauty and dignity in this last solemn rite. Our established reputation is your, reason for having implicit faith in US. \\ ANDREW SLOAN SAWYER, WIS. Phones 135-R 135-W. Sawyer News. Lady Assistant Modern Auto Hearse Mrs. Harry Jindra spent part of Tuesday visiting at Maplewood. E. -P. Campbell was still confined to his home by illness.the fore part of this week. Miss Helen Fortemps left the lat­ ter part...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 31 March 1922

DOORtXHTNTYADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WIfl., MARCH 31,1022 gM 1 1 III I H I I H I U II | ■Sow ymm^M m i l _____ jfet MViQomM, 4ti£/fiourr You must REAP what you SOW. Sow the herdy seeds of . self denial and economy and in a short time you can enjoy your thrift. You must sow while you are YOUNG and robust so that when your turn comes to d t by the fireside, you will have the comforts so necessary for old age. v , We invite your bank account. Come in. ' We will welcome you. B A N K O F S T U R G E O N B A Y MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE BANE BRANCH AT SAWYER HENRY FETZER, President JOSEPH WOI/EER, Vice-Pres. V _ J. H. STEWART, Vico-Pres. I B. C, KOEHN, Cashier J. C. WEEEERMANN. Asst, Cashier B. J. KEITH, Manager, SAWYER BRANCH . ’ D I R E C T O R S Henry Fetzer, Joseph Welter, Roger Eatougb, W. B. Wagener, Wm. Jess,. Dr. A. J. Kreitzer, Ralph Jenquin ' * ♦ W iW W W I I Inexpensive Wall Papers don’t necessarily have to be common. It is as easy to furnish an artistic pattern and coloring in ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 31 March 1922

b d o & ira iw T O A m r o & A ^ County Advocate a t tho Postoflico at Sturgeon Bay, Wls., fts second-class matter. Published Every Friday By Door County Publishing Company Incorporated. H . 3. .Saiiderson A. T. Harris 'Proprietors and Publishers . Sturgeon Bay, Wls. Address! all communications to Door County Advocate. JbdMcription Price, $2.00 per Year, 1b o r d e r i n g a d d r e s s c h a n g e d , t h e o ld a s ■*«*u a s t h e n e t v 'a d d r e a s s h o u ld b e g iv e n [ t H E F / S M P ^ N l r o E S S A S S O ^ m O N STURGEON BAY, WIS., MARCH 31 • ■ Voting Time is Near Another three days and the time ® talk for or against city candi­ dates will have' expired, and as,th e voters go to the ballot box Tuesday it is up to them to decide who are to Sturgeon Bay’s city officials dur­ ing the next two years. The voters have had'Sufficient time to come to their own conclusion as to who they w ant to place in office. W hen the whole situation is talcen under con­ ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 31 March 1922

POOR OOUKTY ADVOCATE. STURGEON BAY, W1B., MARCH31. 10218 Wholesome, Delicious Bread and Cakes —Nourishing bread baked of the finest hard wheat flour under* the most sanitary con­ ditions. —Crisp, tasty cookies and light, fluffy cup cakes that are de- lidious for the school lunch- ?s. —Chocolate cakes, cocoanut cakes and pies of every de­ scription that will fairly melt in the mouth. Fresh Breakfast Rolls de­ livered at your door every morning if ordered the day be­ fore. Jphn Schmid Rhone 163 Worth Embroidery Art' Shop - BQN’T FAIL TO SEE THE Sp r in g st o c k w h ic h is NOW ON d i s p l a y : ' Stamped and finished Dresses of all rales. Stamped and finished Table fa n n e rs. Pillow Covers. Lunch sets Id alt sizes. Buffet sets to match. AH a t most wonderful bargains. MRS. C. A. BINGHAM Phone 381-W Chicks Brooders Barred Plymouth Rocks, headed by Pork’s strain, and Sheppard’s fam­ ous Anconas, a t 15 cents each. Best laying strain Brofwn and W hite Leg­ horns, 13 cents each...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 31 March 1922

LOCALS * \\ . ' / PodB ootnyra APvoqATO, stu rg eo n Bxk^wai^ '^ ^ ^ j j : i o 2 a Purchases Residence— Dr. A. A. Martin has purchased the Mrs. C. C. v Dana residence on Lawrence Ave. and will move in within a short •Society—The Woman’s Missionary society of the Congrega­ tional church will meet Tuesday aft­ ernoon,. April 4th, .with Mrs. C, W. Inspected Jail—Chas. „„ Budlong, Marinette, state inspector of pei Institutions, was in the city during the week making an inspection of the county and city jails. Cold Weather— The weather dur­ ing the past week has been cold and disagreeable, a cold ,wirid blowing from the north or east most of the time with occasional snow storms. Woman’s Voters League — Th league will hold a short meeting on Monday evening at the library build­ ing at .7.30 sharp and will adjourn in time for the meeting at the Door 22 Club will- hold ( meeting Sunday evening, April 2, at their regular irieeting place in Insti­ tute. All members are urged/to be presen...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 31 March 1922

• p o o r o o u n t y a d v q c a t e , s t u r g e o n b a y , m & , ,: m a r c h s i , 1022 Pag* Severn PERSONALS D. W. Larkin made a business trip •to Milwaukee on Tuesday. Henry Fetzer was in Kewaunee on Monday on a one-day business trip. H: E. Stedman returned from . a trip to Berlin the latter part of last week. ‘ Mrs. W . A. Lawrenee was confined to her home by illness the fore part o f this week. Miss Brower of Green Bay, sister ~-ofi D. Brower, is in the city visiting he* brother. . - Mrs Robt. W ahl returned to Mil- ! wamkee Tuesday after a visit here ' with* rela tiv es.. Mrs. Leo Bartel spent several days at Green Bay with relatives, return ing hom e Saturday. Jam es Groenfeldt, who is attend­ ing Lawrence College, is visiting friends in this city. A . .. Mrs. Ed. Burr returned *fettff&ay from a w eek’s visit with friends at .' Racine and Milwaukee. Irene Thorpe is home for the spring vacation. Miss Thorpe is at- ' tending Lawrence College. If. B. Goff returned ...

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 — 31 March 1922

DOOR COUNTS ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, W1BH MARCH 31. 1022 Egg Harbor Clfarles Bernsbine is preparing to move into the house along side of his garage. A baby girl arrived at the, home of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Duranty on Monday of last week. Herman Simon met with a mishap w h ile taking care of his horses and had one of his ribs broken. Ei W. Odbert left tor Green Bay Where he expects to .take a position with the state highway engineer «rew. : Clara Bertschinger, Leslie Kihl, Freeman Fisher, 'Eugene Odbert, Adel Parent and Ellen Woldt, from the Gibraltar high school, and Ruth Wilson, from the Sturgeon Bay high school, spent the weekend with their parents. . Herman Woldt, returned Saturday from Green Bay where he underwent an operation for gall trouble. Mrs William Fisher, who went about the same time for an operation, is still in Green Bay but, getting on as well os expected. Dr. H. F. Eames reports this to he about the busiest winter he has ever experienced. The doctor has surely been ver...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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