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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 16 June 1915

?r:illliM flit THE DOOR COU1PY IIEW^^NEWS WORTH WHILE' STURGEON\"::BAY,: ^iSCONSIlf, c#j^WMH»AY,'JUKB 16, 1915 Company Will Manufacture |§lp l &mpai^ H ^ Demand ^&fev-v-v ••••:.•••• ••-•• .:••.•• ••:•••• ' . ,:- :', •-'•':•,• ^pg| FTuit Package Finn Have Manufactured 50,000 |^^g ::':F- iCrate8 This Year—Daily Output 750 Crates ^flfggThe Reynolds Box factory starts, bp- § ||feinitioiis this morning to make their £j|Â¥su£aual output of boxes for this year's jilgfij^as. The timber has been banked f^|xainci? last winter and enough is now *^jpn iaand to make boxes for the year's v^ft^The canning factory is expected to ? j'£ legi operations about July 1st i?.l-o ^iii talking to Mr. Reynolds, president | 5'Jof vthe Reynolds Preserving company :2gfiiie :Said: ''We have planted this year OlNlbout .seven . hundred and fifty acres : -J0.. jojtfceas'and the prop looks exception- K «J(ljr good for this time of year. • While .-Sp^rdjhave not planted as many acres as S|:Sla former y...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 16 June 1915

l§llf itfitf HfPiiil l llllllliil llliPiiiiiiiiii £ | /i|//S. ^ ^^^'^e'lctose bt the*: BCSOOI/OIU Frir v/'d^/bkiast/weefc/eight scholars gradu- /f^^&d^u^completed their Btjldies •-Wvpur'iichpbl on thte/side of the bay /i/!Th1e':gradu/B^ |i vl»^: I^es,: Itar^-:Marx ' Gladys Denio, Florence Kauth, Mona Schuyler, Linda §^^far//and^Chr^ ^^iC'ti :.ex^ecieii: that out of this nuni- //ber/ six./ or: seven will continue their g^ujcation work .byv attendingjthe' high y school iOn trie Cast side when'school S/starts.'next/fall. //' WUsa^McNeeJy^who has been principal for the paBt year will be witlfc us again next year, and iail^ihe teachers have taught a. most •Successful•'t£ra, :vMIssKitt and Miss X/tiadoche will\"be back in the fall. Miss Keogh has been transferred to the east side and Miss Soukup has accept- ed a position elsewhere. / t W on //•b/usInesB^^ursdayv\"of last week. ' V • Henry Grimm and Frank Slaby of : Algomawere here on business the flatter part of last week. '^ .Mr...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 16 June 1915

{Copyright, IMS, by W. Q. Chapman ) . i A: happy man Was Clyde Brewster, irt jiia happiest when the girl he loved, '.••Mas Worthington, was by his side. , |i^e was in that delightful situation -tow, as they left the train which had • carried them from their home suburb ^jtothecityv ,v •. . ^ •./., KjThey were -passing with the'crowd 1 •dow.n the platform to the exit when, suddenly, a bright-faced, petite young [lady, loveliness and grace in her every jmovement, ran up behind Clyde, reached her arms across his shoulder, JbUriding him by pressing both of her pretty hands over his eyes and, her ^: own full of mischief, called out: \"GuesB who!\" : May Btared, the crowd grinned, flome silly girls giggled to the In- tense mortification of May. Her es- , jcort struggled free of the imprisoning . jhand. He faced the girl. She flushed icrlmson, darted away and was lost in ' jthe crowd. [.There were significant smiles all (about. May bridled up, stony-faced, jtill Clyde actually shivered. He...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 16 June 1915

^^^^^Mi^lHBPifffiftfl^S^^^^^^^^^^^I iKiiiii^lWM iSfl l DOOR COUNTY NEWS : ,•'•!••• ,-• •.i v : .tfn^r^ofrrf)•/•'-•••.•.'. o^'v^ ' ^AKL M.C1UAPLANT. President mdMinilM : .•'• 0::'*. tUNDBBBS, Vlee-Proiidont • .-•'.- :4VV »i WAGENBR. Secretary and Treasurer. ,•'•:'--''iiart»» «H communications to TboNews, 4, :.**Ty' :8tttrgoon B»jr. Wisconsin. I Sttbo^Uon Pricer^l.00 Per Year U iStnrgeon Bay. Wls^^ June 16, \\ 1915 Whf NotHave a Bonnty Wliile the legislature Is waiting at iiadison to finish their work it would ' je well if they took a few moments to irame iip a bill so as to give a bounty ^bn crows and hawks. ^The farmers of this community are loud in their denunciation of these T' 'llrd8, pn account of the fact that they are robbing their fields of the newly planted corn. , • • Years ago there was a bounty on crows but for some reason it was taken off of the statute books. Now they are becoming quite numerous again and it would be well to have a bounty on them again, so that the...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 16 June 1915

TBB BOOfi COUNT*'''^W'^Jn^'fl^'-IIM^.' ffl^M^ $MM&: from THERE W ^ I N C T O N ISHAND jpaTRi^iiderson aid family have oyer} Intotheir, new home. ^rte''yfc:C.T.•:TJ. will meet with Mrs. ftriin Sierts at 2 p. m. on. June 22. esrybody is, welcome. The-recent*heavy rains have thor- ghly soaked the ground. Now we can n some sunshine. The GislaBOn Mercantile company making cement blocks now for e^ew addition to their store, The progress on O. L. Jensen's house .as' been retarded greatly on account 61 the weather. Geo. O. Mann has just completed the addition to his store. As his business hasfgrown he was in need of more 'OMttv :' \"'.'^ ' . ' . • • •''We\"hbtice a new ornamental, wire fenceIn front of the post office which la a .great improvement in the ap- pearance of the place. , There was quite a severe electrical torm Saturday evening which caus- ed considerable trouble with the local phones. J:. P, Paulson has received \"three real summer boarders at his \"West Harbor Hotel. .They...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 16 June 1915

|||$£|j^d$^^ ||i^p/pi/|^ gf§|U»^|en3# pPJiftw^ pleaaft^day. ^n//j3&u&ay//V//\\ p£:^hp/hb^ /been ||p :rua ||tto^tte jpa^i'^ear/*iif i'uponV-the^flrsjt ifi^-J!oty/bp/tak^ f ^ 4 ^ l ^ |§ :*pn^eting /i^^ |^^t^eJ«MU east eoraerv of || f!^ cpurt'.y^^ |^^/«Be to^early/P^^-nextiweek.',' . |j|tef \"&r^ j^^ pii^|W:^ idn^:m6iith8 !has'• be^ri -praie-'idly, §|f$ping :me^ |^cldied'^, : lbcate'/at Sawyer:.irad will p iift/^e/cp^ §g^&r8.//yVIjilam^ ^vtw^UlHafl^liavp? beenvvery / low' with g /t«m9ll /ppx/ but vhiaye passed the nine t|'||days, They are much improved at illIs //^rItIhg. : , •• /: /'./'' v.:':: •' •'.:' ///:///^Ambng. the patents that have 'recent-' 1y been granted in Wisconsin, wo no- ^l^ticevbn:: the list that of Messrs. Wil- j ? Jlred koyen/and 0. G.: Erlckson of De- ///: trolt/Harbor These gentlemen 'have // ^'invented- a useful hen's nest. • ' v pjiV Joseph Petersilka will have a cele- ^ration on thp nth of -July this year p,JBad the boya are planning on...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 16 June 1915

THE DOOB COURTI 5EW8, JUNE 16, 1«6 H i ^ t - Slabyof Algoma was a bust-. ness yiBitpf-invtfte'city on Friday. :' ' :':v'J^ej|f^ifideiai''bt-i31a.y. Banks was a business -Tisitor in the city .on Monday. Isaaac Bfergsland of Nasewaupee was ^ in tib city Monday shipping stock. : -• Gus DebraUz was a business^caller -in'the.city 6n Monday. Msttt Hoeser of • Sister Bay^ was in • the^ijity' on' business Saturday. Mr^and Mrs: Ralph Jenquin of Brus- Bels^r e Visitors in the city on SunV J4a^:gj ^|^ i?^::, .v y ' •- * ,-. Vv •'•' '/• \" = : ^B. Clulntal of Green Bay is here on, business in the interest of the ti^eejnBa^Business College.- '•••• . .'.' D^b.VO'Hern of Green Bay was a buB^^ss visitor in the city on Tues- : dayi^'f•''/•'• . •,:...', \" : .'v Phiiip Peterson was up frpnV Green Bayoyer Supday/to visit with relatives ^•and^irieioa^i'r-.\"): •\":':'' /' 2': ':FteA.:^Aif^fP4rty. Butler and Hector Bagnall of Jacksonport were in the city last Monday. \"'.''••'\"'. Witt. Schaefer, Chas....

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 16 June 1915

^ and 1 hat rromafter^^: | | | | | | ' ^ ^ lIIJlllS^ to e^§|pj|^^wre yeoid hl8y.podge. ^^l^Jl^liiBjr Jniei»4 to t»uy 'ane\\r:one^ :: : ! !p{^f^^pM^{^auna^j'J^s.\" August rNiuman^ re1- gileys&tosi'^er^ lr^f^B^se^ S|^aii|of -l'agit ^eek^ : : •)• • '•Â£hfv,-%•' :. &f« J&t*^''part^ :Two Rivera ||jrer wedding Anniversary.'-'r'•':.' -J.'-- ' • llgli^lQfeorgef- • Lehmkuhl, Mr. and 'TWrs. J. l§~ v^^Herinan Nauman motored to Den- |&| !ia^ki ^iwer8to^ii:'an f g^fetitJ»re^ ^ad 'ibt 'ftae hor8e^flesh ^^7p0ier norse boing: a fine driver.'vftdeo. |''f ^&:pect8^ l ^ s ^ ^ f r B O T n i ^ a ^ a i n m e r wedding party ^^joii^r^toiAlgbina'qii: Saturday where S^.gawy3ij»d their picture taken. On:Fri s ^da^'th^:al80 motored to the northern g $S:'«na^oi\" ^e 'county, where they took l^'lnCtte/Bigbta ^ v /v . '':•. '., , f W0 -^^ :'aaA:'MTB^ Wm,' Bastar 'and - son. vl^xviiiiam motored to Sturgeon Bay onand §*? J 8ijnaay where they attended the open lrl^tog game of the big le...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 16 June 1915

liittni MILES THE I»OOB coiwry TOWS, gjuNB lejjais j|isiJ!leiit's Note Insists on Safe- ijiptN|o»nconibatants at Sea. DIPLOMATIC DOOR LEFT OPEN j . K No Suggestion of Bluster Is Given In Sscond Document Sent to German j^|]^irnmoht--Wllson Insists LusU 3v|W^tanla' Was Not Armed,. But - £s| tex'y Evidence' Is Invited. ' •:./ • SK-i-Wtahtagfon, June 11.—There was a general feeling of relief in Washing- ton- when the United States note to Germany waa made public by the state department and the nature of its terms became generally known. ^ yphe note is less aggressive, less pro- vocative in its language than .the note 'J*»tMay -15. .. . . !f rTherewas no dissent from that IvTOiwi'if.The new note contains not a suggestion of bluster. There are no Such phrases in it as \"strict accounta- bility\" or \"omit any word or act nec- «BBary,\" such as gave the note of May 15 a menacing character. : i^It was the absence of such threat- «nlng phrases which created the gen- eral impression tha...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 16 June 1915

THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS. JUNE 16, 19I& ., «i^iitt*M » » * « » « « * » « « « * « » « * » » * * » * * * * * * * » * * * * ' * * * * * * * * * ' ' woo :ibbo : 000 i 000 CHERBT BOYS WIN BIG OPENEB ID a Ten Inning Hume Which Was not- | K:lyiCp»tp8tp4 lto U'• •'Sturgeon Bar tfatos^iwt Game ^^ia?^unday ' T£-:pro^ 0^ji^tins jaail^&nett^sJgatij^red attljfp ^••'^pjejaisr-^ i\"|^|t : is : estimated that there wbire neai* ^eaiptsraggregated^ : i ^^e 'Srtuit^eon^ay tpamv who camjrbe -f£ rightly dubbed the **Cl^^0E»oyBv pjay4 ii ved.-'on-: the whole a rather good game • of baseball, takhig all Into conaldera- , iion and the fansand supporters were greatly^ -.\"pff th'e::honbrs.\\-:* •'' •' \\v ':--,: fv Manager,'Arle has gathered together Vtijiii^od hunch pf material. In the next' -^gampthe playing will be better for the i bpys now^ have.confidence in them- . selves and haying••',worked together, they know'what they can dpi .The game was an Interesting one from v start ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 23 June 1915

THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS-^NEWS WORTH WHILE VOLUME 1 STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN^ TO|3b#SDAYv JUNE 23, 1915 ^Seventy-Five Young Ladies Coming To Pick | Cherries At The Co-Operative Orchard Orchards Now Looking In Perfect Condition .^•'ivCLdcal Company WiU Entertain Pickers And House :^i' Them On Campus Near The Dining Hall ThjB Co-Operative Orchard is not only•.:the-largest sour cherry orchard ill the- world but is the foremost in making accommodations for the people employed Preparations are being made for the picking season. Tents are being erect- ed and made ready while the board- ing facilities have already been ar- ranged. This year Manager Martin has gone into the picking proposition differently than ever before. Outside pickers are to be employed and only girls and women are allowed to pick. They all are to be in charge of a matron from •Madison., There will be indoor sleep- ing rooms for all but there will be a dozen or more 10x14 feet, twelve ounce duck tents on the campus \"with wo...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 23 June 1915

i t i f i l l t i THE DOOB COUNTY NEWS, JUNE 23, 1915 ^K^$TOra^d 'Xddwn v'to'VBaileys'/ ':j Harbor Isl^^^e^^thej^melt defeat ait • the: hand's of j£*f''-3we^ ^•| sajtjf: 2^'J The game waa witnessed by a j|K:®large :'crowd ,tof haseibali^ fans coming $ 3 3 $ f 9 ^ * H partsyo(/the :cdunty to'see the ffii^SBPP&i. •'• The.- local .team :werit .to1':,the £§ &! Harbor ,-'.very much handicapped for |=^g . • they^ were vwrithbut the services of their iH|yfeva^eIiar • twirIer^,^orstenB6n, the:/lot of t&Sj^twirling falling upon the shoulders of Xi ££ &e-sq^^ :•.'• ?. /., ^SS ' :vTtere'-.Isnot muchtosay about the s£Vs Igamobut thV local b o ^ ^:^tblap mueJ»J •:'• The battery at Baileys ii SV}'Harbor played practically the entire i- .-' V' gairi& Their pitcher, Brarin, must of { v liad It in for Sawyer, for he was throw-.- 5 y iing vthe bean ball throughout the en- % H : tire game. He managed to hit most ^ ' ^ v e ^ p l a y e r on the team with a pitch- ! ?*-e ball ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 23 June 1915

IHE BOOB « ^ (Copyright, IMS, by W. G. Chapman.) I How Toodles got acquainted with jhts grandfather in the first place was always a mystery in , the town. It was Mrs. Clay, who lived next door •to the old: recluse, who brought the jnews that Toodles and the old man jwere hobnobbing upon the doorstep. (Toodles was five and Henry Pentland : jBeventy-five. . * ^ -\"What •..6 • pity It Is,\" said Toodles, jswlnging backward and forward in the irocfeing chair, \"that you didn't like vtny papa as well as you like Uncle .: :i3eprge.\" ':' \"••-... ^ .^i \"Why 7\" rasped the old man, speak- ' iing as if to a man of his own years. \"Because then you wouldn't have iheensov lonesome and miserable in iyour old age,\" said Toodles. • .\"::/'The shot went home. With a snarl old Henry Pentland was upon his feet , \"What do you mean, sir?\" he demand ':ed.. \"I am anything but miserable.\" * JHe went on in a soliloquy, apparently. '•\"Charles and George were both -dear iio:'me. George had the brai...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 23 June 1915

& J B » l W ^ ^^ |£Ksj vlitii^£-i&' w TW'--Hairs, Sfojr^d*^ s S ivvlp^^we^'tof !:a ^pcker i3':oa trie pff.:^rfieiejtceileiit macadam roads which f D&jf^icbunty'ytias, makes it possible to I make buslneks'a?pi(eaaiu,e ai any point iSfij Ma c^ntjv:^Mies/an^\"i^les: of jn.%- IkC^am: roiads^ are no\\y spread all oyer w :1^)''^uii^i^:sputliji'-j^^: : well:: ^ as.' : 'norlli giiWltiiv'a'•'car '*•busliiesa trip nbrtii or UMUthJ'Can bo :^ened'excellent ^ i wholefipme meala carei served -at all of them. No traveler iieeda have:anything but a good' time ^^whiietraveling-ia. this county.•. •, S% ^The,park Toadis^to bo conipleted J about July four.tti At least that Is S what those who ltuovv say. The bad i i ':weather this past week haa delayed ' i the work In ihany ways. Possibly it '§, d might notbe done at that: time but ifthe lt la\"not then, it should be opened up , to-the publicv Mr* Carinody la doing ,:• everything that he can do to finish S^the contract but should it not...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 23 June 1915

THE JDOOB CCklJNTr WEW8. 7 JUliE 23, 1915 M IS mE) THA T from mm AND THERE J V^ftS^ ISLAN^ ? ''o 'TlieV icbncCTt:' :wlitch'. was _^nounced •'•'for last' Friday has beeir postponed until Thursday of this week. _ • : ^^^ :brlght-. little.v.batfy boy arrived at /the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter j^oicke: last week. This is their first jBon^ fAll are well and happy, ^ ^ h e northeaster of last Friday was ..' of unusual severity here. The rural ' carrier says it was.one of the worst that he has ever been out in. 'vith\\thegdbdViiVbt'aii'.ibeV:'&Pffua^ tances.- ' v/-:.^\": \"'. '\" V...,v ^'^•.••/:V.:. V:.'-... ^ A creamery for Washington Island 'isi hpw ah assuredfact/VThe prbmot- rs of the Hastings Industrial company of Chicago have sold 56 shares at $100 ch. ?4575 is to go to the Hastings pmpany for the creamery when it is completed with all the necessary equipment^ The balance is for a sfik- Jing fund for the local company whose part is to.-furnish '.&•. lot and drill a Her sons...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 23 June 1915

THE DOOB COmriT HEW& JUNE 8% 1916 Ha^maswm^muDti , w « . ««u »,.**- ^Two /Sturgeon'Bay Contractors se- $^ma^^M^^}^^^^T^v^- fcured the Job 'to.build bridgesin :.the §||falti: ^ little Ford gfipf 4 |^^i^^iWletter-list: J- HiV^fokejr, |5^i^^as^^igcjte^g r'Henry^ 3Ew«ldi • ,r : 3phn, f|f gl^rlUijvv Agiies '/'ifeirei^kiBs/'': itifcrid fS»f|jre)j^n^/C^^ j^twijpqhnf papy hoy put In Its p ij^ttl'^prest onVFriday of #ast /week. ^j^l(TOS: to.yBay. 'there^la'/great/ rejotc- the towns of Gardner and Jacksonport ii^1»en completed whlle^the work In' thetpwn^6f J^ewaupee will be jompleted in aiveify: short time. |?^^^Tue?day '.evening: ran ice'' cream ^B^^swjaa held on the/'beautiful, lawn ^j^e^WoIter'a residence in the First K/'w^a^f/The / social//was/ given, by, • the |iaflh%of the/St Jta /'ibenefit of the church. / ]•''/ •.•/. /-' f vi^e /work or replanking the bridge / $s*:inoye:d/Yery/slow the past few days //'owlng to: the' unfavorable weather con- ditions. The « ^ ^ /with^fjayp...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 23 June 1915

THE DOOB COUHfTT NEWS JUNE £3, 1915- :\"GaJbe Pierre ot Brussels was a.busi-f vQEriest Rackbw of Jwissels was in ?:?town^ii businMs»Tuesday. Jake Babler.of Maplewoo^ transact- -v ei^iyisiness-in the city on Friday. :\"': i Harrison Birmingham visited at his ••: 'hqmfi several days the past week. V : John Carmody d£ Egg Harbor was zr to the .city onvbusiness Tuesday. ••'i ! : -ilbiirt ''iE«Jmbacl» :ihade a business .y: tripi .jfe- Green Bay on Saturday. ^ :..''-- Mri Adler ofJacksohport numbered i-.. ' among the business visitors in the city ^on:Tae8 day v ''- •*• •'••'•., ^^\":MMager:vR ._C.:..Ha^t. of the Hart TTa company made a busi- ness Jtrip to Green Bay Tuesday: / Ghristy Helm spent several days of ' • last week yisiting.at Menominee-with jhis brother Louis and family. ' - Miss Ida Haavi of Clay Banks spent several days the past week hv visiting with friends and relatives in the city. W H. Johnson and Art Wilson of Baileys Harbor were visitors in the city the first of the...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 23 June 1915

•stored to Algoma last week In Joe's | | § | | | £ a ^ the f tftfif f^llfc^iwaltos 1 Chas. Hoeppner y and i f l l l l f B ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ i ^ 1 ^ '^ '-y: y-ftv}' v: £••: •' ''•the • i nuaktog ^erdHt\"'fljiv''V CGitopbr company tf Aijgbma was here \\m%isJneBspn day last -week in .the toterests bfy$at: concern../ ' A raising ybeeVwasyhold at Fred Gor- don's da Monday and a fine new barn was erected an1 ''partially c instruct- ' ^ - ^ w . ' - : ' , '• '•• :::-^ •'•'\"\".•' Joseph Kramer and son Henry, Mr. ^ d Mrs Peter Geler and children Leo 'and Dorothy motored to Algoma on business ono day last week in the Kramer can y .^'• ••'•••\\ Joseph Schauer manager of the Door County Land, company, accomr panied by M. Vi Cochems of Sturgeon Bay were business visitors hero on Saturday, Tom Sullivan reurned home last week from Madison where he has for the past school yearlieon attending the state university. Tom is here for the summer and intends to go back in the :fall. ••••V.'.T Mr. and Mrs. Geor...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 23 June 1915

THE DOOB COUyT* W1W& JUNE 23, 1915 ^ililPFla t from Sfilwi(^|:!Ci^b ^ Hoi^Heetliijr '- ' ^^T^sd^ ^ n i n g ^ e t e ^ a s held ai^ejBvererevtf JBeach hotel a meet-. ing^Me^Bp^raiin glen's club. •lt^^(tone^bfthe|f regular meetings ^eld %xthat club at which they dis- ciissed several important matters rela- t e ^B^hrMm. '...'• •\"\".\"'.'•• : ^h|s:meeting\\^s somewhat differ- ent^than the-others if in no other than the feet that the men decided to invite the lad^sj&nd they were there in num- Scotch song .:\"^y v Ato:^F61l^*:-::^ after: which he sang as an ehcorb5*'A tittle GreyHoine in the West\" TOe excel- lent way he handled the songs arid the mellow tone of'his voice shows^be- yond any doubt that he has made the best of his musical education. We trust that we will be able to hear Mr- Valentine again for the audience en- joyed the songs he S ang immensely. He was accompanied in a very aple way by Miss Pearl Helgeson who play- ed the pidno. \"~f President Holand. then announced...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 23 June 1915

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Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
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