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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 6 June 1919

Mmmm VOLUME v 'U B C B S T C IR C C tiT rtll \" \" ■ U* M O R T H R A 8T K R N W ISCO N SIN Bi'ri&G^oy b a y Ad v o c a t e — -c o n s o l id a t e d — Door c o u n ty d e m o c r a t NUMBER STURGEOiM BAY, WIS., FRIDAY, .IUNE 6 ,1910. Historical Rooms Want Two Hundred To ‘ Pay Dollar For Associata Mem­ bership in Boy Scouts. TO GIVE DEMONSTRATION Leathern I). Smith and Committee Of Ten To Carry On Local .Campaign. Movement Nation Wide and Has Backing of President and ' Governor—-Million Dollars To Extend Scont Move-. V\" • ment. . ■ A s-a result of a meeting held at the city hallTuesday afternoon, there ■will be carried on next week an er- tensiv'e campaign for the securing of associate members of the 'Boy Scouts «f America. The campaign will be in charge of a committee of ten, of which Leathern D. Smith, is chair­ man. '. While no-definite quota .has been assigned this county, it is lipped to secure a couple of hundred associate members, during the national Boy Scout w...

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 — 6 June 1919

Sawyer Bernard Defoe’s house is up and ®n3osed.s Oscar Bohn went to Green • Bay Qfonday. Edward Hoeckendorf went to IMaplewood Tuesday, The big barn on the Pagel proper- xty has been reshingled this week. Mrs. Ruben Dickinson left Wed­ n esd ay for Beloit to visit relatives. Albert Sainuelson was among the ISawyer people at Green Bay Wednes- vday. H. C. Waldmann was in the city Xthis week looking after his insurance (business. ■ ■ v Eugene Hoslett is here from Chi- 'cago visiting his parents and other ^relatives. Jacob Lenlijfrdt and Hugo Wobser ■•were Green B ay callers th^ fore part mot th e week. .The home of Mr. and Mrs. Van *yrey was gladdened by the arrival of •a son Tuesday. Capt. Ed. Bebeau was called to ^aaiis Wednesday to take command of tthe tug Boutin. \"Frank Leonhardt and family have snoved into, the house they recently ^purchased from L. Immel. Mre. F rank Bonnes and her moth- ecr, Mrs. Jacobs, left Monday for Mil­ w aukee to consult a specialist. TTbe Bawyer...

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 — 6 June 1919

■• 'i m m m m ’^ l / l i W / ' . - ■ T o n i g h t - Tomorrow ' Alright, nsM iW sairis'ss ,. rnutato' th« ellmlrtativ* arnita, roako you\" fool fine. v- ~.“ ,. / .? uvw : & * : liJlillit ‘’W 1 ' id '\" Chilean Airman Writes Stdiy of ' Great South Ameriqan Air Feat t8e.'Box. EM IT. H . EHDE’8 d r u g s t o r e “The Sick Man of Europe” • A collector'\" of- old- prints proved th at • th e expression “the sick mrin of Eu­ rope,\" persistently applied lo r years to Ttfrkey, dates back to the seven­ teenth century, - wheu John Sobleskl drove back' the Turks from tbe.&ates ofV ienna. £ print of the period shows tb e T u r k o n his sftk bed and doctors, representing the nations of Europe, gathered about him. '• ' i - ■ V \\ The O ther Side. If yon want to make \"yourself solid rwltli other folks don’t stop to tell them w hat wonderful things/yon have done, but Just, say, “You fellows have the world beaten for big things!” Junk Market Machinery Cast Iron, per ton $15 Mned ...

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 — 6 June 1919

I v i \\ \"’V »' M i u U u i : k -X: ........ . iTf, *■• *1 I ?, mm. iMrV ^ !*' :‘: :'J4 A letter makes a great difference in a word. Awordmakes agreat difference in baking powders. If the little word“alum’* ap p e^ on the label it may mean fii^er baking, I f the word ROYAL standi out bold and strong, it surely ineans BETTER^ baking* This is to use one reason it pays Absolutely Pure Made from Cream of Tartar‘derived from grapes Royal Contains No Alum— Leaves No Bitter Taste publlcoplnionli favor of ah roads to, tbejr ownafui 'as ahoin^ by the vote p t dearly 6,000 ^-editor* bt daily bb3 Veelfly nevsjpa^r^'tnraoat the country. A questionnaire sent every editor .In the country. 13.T 424) brought replies from 5.922,*tr per cent and. 83 per cent of the editors reported their CommunttHte in favor of a resumption of private'own­ ership. Henry Ford has formally filed with the Senate- a.notice of his, intention to contest the seat dfSenator Newberry. Not only. Is Mr. Ford one of the pri...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 6 June 1919

/ / DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, gCTJBOEOX BAY, WIS., JUNE O, 1010. h i i i M A TRIAL WILL Sconvince m iim ft that we couia say would so thoroughly you of the value of Chamberlain’s - Tablets is a personal trial. We can tell you of thousands who have been permanently cured of chronic constipation, indigestion, biliousness, sick \"headache and disorders of the stomach and liver, but this will have little weight with you as compared to ^perwnia|l trial. That always convince. let 1 Owe My Ufa to p £ R U N A Marine News * Mr.. McKinleys letter brings cheer to ' all who may be sufferers as he was. Read it: i.( \" I can honestly Bay th a t 1 ovre u y life to F e n s a .. A fter some of the best' doctors In the country Grave me tip and told me I could n o t' live another month, Perona aaved me. Travelling from town to- town, throughout the country and- having .to go into all hinds o f badly heated stores and build- . Ings, sometimes standing up for ’hours a t a time while plying my trade as auct...

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 — 6 June 1919

~ v *feE«£!x . P O O B ratraniA D V O C ^lC ^ ‘‘Tv^wTu^t^T n i i i m i i i f o fri NEWSY SHORT N O TES News of Interest Gathered by The Advocate’s Reporters !! ♦»«♦♦« ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦» ♦ » 1 1 1 » H ************************ W. C. T.\" U.—Mrs. Thomas Rich­ mond will entertain t W. C T. U. next. Tufesday afternoon. Dorcas Meeting—The Dorcas So­ ciety will, meet with Mrs. A. D. Rie- Iktldt Tuesday evening, June 7th. Boys Cottage—Johp.PIeyte within the week became the owner of the Mrs. Wm. Barnhardt cottage in the second ward. ' High School Wins—The high school baseball team trimmed up a nine from the Hyacinth on the high school campus Tuesday evening by a score of seven to two. Solid Tire Press Installed—-Moel ler’s Garage has put in ah outfit for putting solid tires on auto trucks and are now prepared to do anything in that line. Heretofore truck own­ ers were obliged to go to Green Bay for this work. Serve Supper—The Moravian La­ dies Aid will serve a supper ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 6 June 1919

DQPBUgUNTY ADVOCATE. STURGEON BAX. y iS -. JUXJE Q, 19X0, Page Screw ■#11 ji PERSONALMENTION NEWSY NOTES ^NOEBHINO PEOPLE YOU KNOW j * *«» « »*» I I ■ M »* W »H » W » 4 »» H W *I Edward Minor weht to Green Bay Monday to visit with his father.-- - ' Wallace Ives, Sr., made a business trip to Green Bay Monday afternoon. Louis Pleck and William. Wright motored to Green Bay Sunday after­ noon. ■ • Cliff Wright arrived Monday to visit his mother and interview cus­ tomers. ■ A Mrs. Prank McCoskey spent the weekend visiting with relatives at Algoma. r ../ ' Joseph . Wolter and son. William motored to Milwaukee oh business Wednesday. Senator Peterson arid::Assembly­ man Graass were home from Madi­ son over the weekend. - I. Brandeis and family motored to Milwaukee in their Cadillac on Decoration Day, returning Monday. Mrs. Henry Fetzer left the first of the week for Milwaukee where Bhe will enter the Sacred Heart sani­ tarium. Mrs. H. E. Stedman returned on Monday ev...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 6 June 1919

' * \\ - * . POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WIR, JUNK d, 1010. \" * ' ' KIDNEYS LOOK ' . ' , ■ ....... .arge Number of stu d en ts Fin ish Eighth Grade in Rural Schools. STURGEON BAY, WIS. COMMENCEMENT srr»nt*a » a prepara- Time and Money Are Both V« - Save time and make money by lege this Spring, and Summer. : r Those who enroll NO^, receive all Tert-Books f r e e . . . All commercial subjects taught, including Steno- typy and famous GREGG shorthand. We have arranged a special TEN WEEKS’ BUSI­ NESS TRAINING course for HighEohool (Grad­ uates, who have taken the SHORTHAND and COM* ‘MERCIAL courses. We will positively place you in a POSITION just as soon as you are qualified. , Write for full information. ~ Business College 219 and 221 Pine St. E. F. QUINTAL, Prop. S. P. RANDALL, Sec’y. (E stablished over FIFT Y y e ars). 25 Second-Hand Moeller’s Garage Sturgeon Bay Barn Building Time Is Here We have a Large and Complete Stock of ROOFING MATERIAL BARN BOARDS . . ,. DROP S...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 6 June 1919

M 'M l M m m ? liywN^fl»lfTH\" s'*.*!.- ' •v *•*■*■*•#» cuMtvunro atuete ^:.'/.5 Ri-mqids ■ y^wifr«*ffing*teep.Tt»p«ritymd goodness of Jffiiraofds guaranteed by SCOTTABOWNS / / MAKERS '0|P SCOTT*i EHULSIOM 7 frSfe ..... BUSINESS DIRECTORY PE. fFEBEMIAH DONOVAN Practice Limited to • RECTAL. DISEASES Local Anesthesia 1404 Majestic Building • . MILWAUKEE. WIB. N.N.STBAND Optometrist SAWYER, WIS. DR. R. A. WOEBFEL r ^ V-'. : 'V DENTIST. , : v :S . . : Across street from Difag Store •’... SAWYER. WIS. ••/ ' DR. J. J. CUBTIN PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Dffica 8econd Floor McNeely Bldg. \"■■: ' STURGECN BAY •’•’ - ADOLPH 0. WOEBFEL OPTOMETRIST ftrea .Tested, Glasses Properly /Fitted at the Dirug Store. s a w y e r , wis. HARRY W. BLAKEF1ELD VETERINARY ^URGEON AND DENTIST Phone 154-R. 8TURGE0N BAY, WIS. H.M. FERGUSON LAWYER Office in Boer County State Bank Building. STURGEON BAY, WIS. E. 0. HUMKE, U. D.O. VETERINARY SURGEON. PHYSICIAN AND DENTIST. Office in Graet Bldg. •S e a Phone...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 6 June 1919

m rn rn m iiim m m im m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m (Indiana) and the Farmer Tappreciate h e r e is no _ who understand so thoroughly, and so well, the service ren­ dered by the Standard Oil Company (Indiana) as do the farmers of the Middle West. Wherever he may live the farmer is as familiar with the dark green tank wagon •as he is with the conveyance which brings the mail carrier. He knows that his ' requirements of petroleum products will be provided, He depends upon the service rendered by the Standard Oil Company (Indiana), confident that die company will deliver to him whatever prod­ ucts he needs, when he needs them, and at a price which is fair. V During the past two or three strenuous years the farmer of America has carried the Responsi­ bility for feeding the world. Every hour of every day he was busy, and every minute was precious. To multiply the effectiveness of his own and his - employes’ labor, hp installed modem equipment— tractors, tru...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 6 June 1919

DEATH OF FRANK LEMERE im m inent Egg Harbor Maa lie$ In Green Bay Hospital After Lingering Illness. Frank LeMere, youngest' son of Jerry LeMere, Sr, passed away, at St. Vincent’s Hospital, -, Green Bay Thursday morning, -May 22, after, a lingering illness daring the post three months,- At the time of death he was 36 years of ager Egg Harbor had been his home, thie greater part of his life, and he was well and favorably known thruout the northern part of the county.' Deceased is survived, by his wife and - two children, Gertrude, nine years, and Frank, three years of age. -He Is also survived by his father Jerry LeMere, Sr., four brothers, Jerry, Philip], Amy and George, also - three Msters, Mrs. Leopard KiW, Mrs. Clara Rank and Mrs. Napoleon Monica , Of- New Hampshire, Mass. All were ' in attendance at the funeral but Mrs. Monica, who was unable to get here in time. . . - The funeral was held from ..the Catholic church, Rev. Fr. Berniche, officiating. 'Those in attendance at the Bad...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 6 June 1919

^tieSKS^PfiQilRAQE and Sailors .V.^jS}fep8ti- * w illiara -Worley arrived ■ ■ - ■ iiome, Wfcdnesda.Y ovetilpg Whilo In * France “Brownie,\" who was a Com­ pany F man, was w ith the M. P.’s. •\"'... Victor JfacJcsop, jCompany P man, who was transferred to the 1st Dl- . vision, arrived .Wednesday evening. - iWlc was through all the battles with th e 28 th and was wounded by shrap- \"pel, although lie later rejoined his .outfit. A t one time he was errone­ ously reported dead. Bert McDonald arrived Monday /evening to visit with his mother, jSirs. G. I. McDonald. v Bert, with a couple of other local boys enlisted, in A Kenosha outfit, but as cavalry was pot used in modern warfare, was transferred to an artillery company. 'Upon reaching France he was made A military police. He was discharged : a t Comp Grant the latter p art of last week. - - ... Arthur J. Ansjhutz was, mustered o u t'o f the service at Camp Grant on Monday, passing through here the following day on his way to Jn...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 13 June 1919

VOLUME 5 8 STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE— CONSOLIDATED— DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT ' 12 TT* 1 , U B G B S T C m C V U T I O S IH H OR TH EASTEO N V U C O S H B STURGKON BAY, W IS., FRIDAY, JUNE 1 3 .1 9 X 0 . T H E A D V O C A T E B l i r v f t * IT S A D V E R T IS E R S GOOD K E S R I/rA Bill To Provide Experimental Station In Door County Now In Assembly. UP TO THE COUNTY BOARD READY AT BIG ORCHARD OO-OPERATIVE ABOUT S E T TO HANDLE BIG CREW AND BIG CROP. TEB A SEBA LLC0MPELS PUBLI c a t i o n Special Session of Supervisors Is N ecessary B efore Jn ly 1, T o Ap­ p ro p riate $5,000 T ow ard th e \"$17,000 G iven By th e S tate F o r th e F ir s t Two Y ears' W ork. Senator H . L . P eterso n ’s bill pro­ viding for th e establishm ent of a branch experim ental station in Door county passed th e senate W ednesday w ith b u t one dissenting vote and w as a t once m essaged to th e assem bly fo r concurrence. As the legislature is rushing its w ork in o rder to close th e session it is believed ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 13 June 1919

n « e T m DOOR COUNTY AD V O cA viii/Y ^ ■ B/W^-lfI8irv’j^UNte 13,1010. Sawyer News. John Hennessey went to Green JBay on a business trip on Tuesday. Miss Blanche Spqlsbury is here jSroxn Chicago visiting her father, J. 33. Spalsbury. George Noble and daughter were ■Jiere for a short visit the fore part o f the week. Mrs. Harvey Darling and children w ere here over Sunday from Forest- 'Ville visiting friends. K. J. Backev was. over from Algo- -,?na Monday night, returning to his school work Tuesday. W. A. Neudall and family, who w ere guests of friends here left Mon- .day for Stephenson, Mich. Carl Anderson, the painter, left :for Chilton Tuesday where ho has .considerable work to do, J. \"W. Noble, who represents the jMorley-Murphy Hdw. Co., was here ion a business trip Tuesday. Jos. Schmeider and family motor- ,ad to Manitowoc and Brilllon Sunday ^rnd spent the day visiting relatives. Henry Henquinet is having a June dance, Monday evening, June 23. Squier’s orchestra.—Adv. (1...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 13 June 1919

D rtiffirttf Good to Remember m TO-NIGHT-1 Tomorrow A lrirM l P aste In Your H at EMIL H. IBDB'fi DRUG STORE All Minds Are Centered onOne Spot when meal time draws heat and that spot is the stomach. H ave you stopped to conpdet that die pas try you eat is of vital importance. We specialize on - products for th home, and make deliveries from’six to eight o’ clock each morning. T ele­ phone your order in the evening and have fresh roils for breakfast. HOME BAKERY JOHN SCHMID. P ro p Phone IBS Junk M arket MacMnery Cast bun, per too $15 Mixed Scrap Iron, per lb . 5£c Raps, pen.lb. . . . . 2c Robbers, per lb. . . . . 5c S . ARONIM Phone 269-R ' I am alBo paying the highest m arket prices for HideB and Wool. OONSULTATION FREE TO THE SICK OB. HOAG, the Chicago Specialist, treats all Nervous and Chronic Dis­ eases of Men, Women and Children, and oilers to all that will call on that day, date and during the hours given below, consultation and advice FR EE. OF CHARGE. D r/ C. A. Hoag of C...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 13 June 1919

Door Cwnty Advocate E n ttfc A a t th e Postoffleb-at. S turgeon ■Bay,-AVIs.,- as secoml*-cIas3 m atter.. , ■' p c b m «hbd o r tlocrCoonty Publishing Company iNOOHpnnATBD SSVcry F rid ay a t Sturgeon Hay, Wis. I t J.S A N P U R S bN . Mgr. A ddress all com m unications to D oor County Advocate. S u b scrip tio n Price, $3.00 p ar Year. tin ordering address changed, the.Old as srell M the new address should he given STURGEON BAY, WIS., JUNE 13. M ust H ire County Nurse. Because ot the tact th a t some co u n tie s could not be induced to hire cconnty norsos, by simply pre- Aaenting the benefits to be derived ta im it, the legislature has gone to -work and made it m andatory upon avery county to have such public ^health nurse before July 1, 1921.. T he county nurse is n o t to he a -bedside nurse, hut a social w orker o r health instructor to dissem inate ■health inform ation. She will co­ o p e ra te w ith the school authorities in rep o rtin g non-attendance, in re­ p o rt...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 13 June 1919

POOR C^UNTy ADVOCATE, grCBOBON BAY, W IB -JP N E 13, 19l». n -w m % tfie City Ibf GOODRICH Akrtm aWo Be ^'|0BOs^^l.%sMery automobile owner and driver in the United' S tates-—to • Goodrich * Dealers—that Good­ rich Safety T reads' rea£y toddiyer 6,000mdes.atufSdver- town C ords/ 8,000. ’ under proper usage. T hat is, every SAFETY - TREAD in use, and in a Goodrich Dealer’s store, is underwritten to ]be adjusted at 6,000 m iles-—-and e v e r y j j S I L V E R T O W N CORD at 8,000 mdes. That new adjustment is based upon w hat . Goodrich knows its tires will do, and Goodrich knows from tnilesand milesof road- testing that /Goodrich Tires arethe strongest, the best, the robber industry has produced. They-are so good-,Jthat Goodrich increases hs adjustment mileage to show its patrons they' cannot afford ..not to share in their match­ less service and se­ curity. ---- -- B uy Goodrich Tiret from a D ealer ADJUSTMENT Fabrics 6,000 miles 0 Cords 8,000 miles g O “ BESTIR THE LONG RUN Cou...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 13 June 1919

. POOR OtrtmTK ADVOOATB^ «MJaOEON BAY, WIS,, JQ M II8,101S . ^ j . , ’ ' \\ 't ' ’ t SP*CIAttO TieKS in i i i i i «i i i I I I W NEWSY' SHORT NOTES News of Interest ‘ Gathered by The Advocate’s Reporters III WWW 11»IIII l*n #«»♦♦♦»♦♦ JMR S A L E — N ew 1 -to ri F o r d ' tru c k ' M O TO R IN N , S tu rg e o n B a y . P h o n e 44. \" - . (1 2 w l) ♦ I M M 1 1 1 I M I I M W Opens The ©ore—A dancing party next Monday night -frill open the season at The Cove. Sunday Services—There will be services in the Congregational church next Sunday morning at 11 o’clock. 8unday school at 10. Food Sale—The Woman’s Foreign Missionary Society, of the M. E. •church will hold a fo'od sale at the Bed Cross rooms on Saturday after- nodh, June 21. Erecting New Oarage—A new concrete block garage is being built on the Catholic church property in which to Btore a new car for Father BrOens and also for auto storage pur­ poses for visiting priests. Another Scar—Lester Leitl will bear a ma...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 13 June 1919

d o o b c o u n t y a d v o o x e , m u s g s io r b a t , fjrraE is , M»i». ** II M % | PER&O^AL MENTION i NEWSY NOTES OOHOEBH3MO PEOPLE YOU KNOW I .............. » I I 1 1 I I » I . Anton Paul and son John motored to Green Bay Sunday. : .Clarence Smith of Ephraim was a business visitor In the city Monday. Alex Lundberg was among the Irish Creek people in^, the city Mon- ' day. Dr. H. F. Eamee of Egg Harbor was in the city on business Satur­ day. - £ . • Everett Valentine and Frank And­ erson of Ephraim were in the city Tuesday. F , -F - Miss Phyllis Wright, student nurse at a Chicago hospital, it a t home for a vacation. Mrs. Lydia Dresser returned on Tuesday from a week’s visit with relatives at Niagra. Mrs. W. F. Swansfon, of Milwau­ kee is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Lawrence. ■ Miss Anna Reynolds/ state graded school inspector, was in the city and county this week visiting the schools. Mrs. H. J. Sanderson and daught­ er Beatrice and Miss Sophia Wei...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 13 June 1919

CHVXVDH NOTICBS M oravian— S u n d a y /Ju n e 15. A dult c d assea a n d Sunday school a t 10 dM m o w orship a t l l subject for serm on: Tw ice J3orn and E tern al l i f e , Once B orn an d E tern al D eath. T h e Evening m eeting fo r every­ body, a t 7: SO. Come! P reaching a n d Holy Communion , a t W hltefish B ay a t 2:30 p. m. P ray er m eeting Wednesday? 8 P- m. J r. C. B ^ a t 7 In te r. C. E . a t 7:45, every F riday. A cordial welcome to all. E . F. Hel- snich, PaBtor. Friends, - Saw yer—Sunday. June 15. Sunday school 10 a. m. Preach­ in g 1 1 a . m. Serm on by pastor, sub­ ject, Go Ye In to th e w o rld — M ark 16-15 M issionary offering taken. E vening service 7:30. Singing led b y the choir. Rev. R obert Sm ith, colored evangelist from G audiner, M aine, w ill be p resent a t both serv­ ices. H enry A. B urnham , M inister. Ellison Boy ' L u th eran — Sunday, J u n e 15. Services in Ellison Bay a t 9 :3 0 in the m orning. Please note th e tim e— one hour earlier ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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