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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 9 January 1920

\\ \\ PER^ON^I, MEOTION : KEW87 NOW CONCERNING PEOPLE KNOW » # •Â» \"\\:,'F0 R BABIES« 'v fc ’f/HPiy'. tXfogv?' tfiHf* Sflfe ’ .'•t .^njSJSnrTT?? #? • ./fswv. %••. \\-.i ®rov Brussels- Twnig Whrefcr Bailed “ '®hfa W e c k ^ v ^ N e i r 't*v,.\"‘.’ .Bora Babes^’ \".\" V Qame Warden LouiB Jeske was at Algoma Tuesday on business. ? P. Marin ot Brussels t^an*j.ted bwlness in the city Wednesday. ■( H. C. Scofield left during tbe week ftn a businesstrip to Milwaukee. | John Telch ot Jacksonport was a business caller in the city Wednes­ day. - Mrs. Clark Bassett retumea home / .Tuesday trOm a week’s visit at Chi* *. cago. ■’ ■ :j ■ ■ Robert Pennock of the town of Gardner was in the city on business Ifonday. Dud Lawrence: left Monday morn­ ing on a business trip to Milwaukee and Chicago. . F. J. itfartens, treasurer of the 'town, of Egg Harbor, was in the city on business Monday. Lcfo Schauer, member of the Coast Staard at Kenosha, returned home last week for the winter. Mis...

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 — 9 January 1920

*ha»8ix i: d o o r o o m m a d v o o a ib , s t u r g e o n b a y , w b a, J a n u a r y 9, xeao. Egg Harbor The New Years dance St Kolo- •fceskes’ hall was well attended. Miss Grace Carmody spent the Ohristm as vacation with, her parents here. Miss Maude Carmody returned to Rolberg Friday where she will re­ sume teaching. A. sleigh load of our young people attended the dance at Baileys H er­ itor Monday evening. Jam es Wilson, who has been sick daring the past week, is much im­ proved a t the present time. Leo Carmody had the misfortune O f cutting an artery and vein in h lB l i g h t arm while practicing basket hail. Mr. and Mrs. John ertschinger and daughter Clara returned on Wednes­ day from Milwaukee where they vis­ ite d with relatives. The Basket ball game played be- i%een Fish Creek and Egg Harbor i&turd&y evening was won by the focal team the score being 11 to 24. The Misses Mildred Bagnall and Bllen Peterson resumed teaching Bonday after spending their vaca­...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 9 January 1920

Salaries Too Low Says | S t ^ Superintendent. LETTER TO SCHOOL BOARDS. 'fteachers Must Receive One Hun­ dred Dollars per Month To Meet High Cost of Living. Shortage of Teachers For 1920-1921. * a r •. Vv. . - ■* ^ MRS. ROSNER HA D ALMOST GIVEN VP HOPE BUT HER TROUBLE IS HSttfiD » t IANIAO. ffiSSgsS*\"-^^}Sv^2‘Sgt one shall S tate S u perintendent C. P. Cary h as sounded a w arn in g to city super­ inten d en ts and school boards In re ­ g ard to th e necessity of paying high­ er wageB to teachers. . In th e follow ing le tte r he shows th a ^ school teachers cannot continue in th e ir p resen t profession a t th e p resent w ages p aid : - To C ity Superintendents, P rincipals, an d School B oards: I t m u st beevident to everyone th a t OUr educational affairs are, so fa r as th e supply of teach ers is concerned, in th e w o rst condition a t th is m o­ m ent th a t they have ever been. W e have h a d an inflation of o u r currency, w hich m akes th e dollar w o rth only a...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 9 January 1920

(H. J #■ v ta tn - fr i ip ftiiM iii - ^ J.M.^.fcAiVitoito«wiifin*wr»»T»^«ir»iWa(«»aa^teBaafe»B. d o o b oov s m apvocuuas. b a t, wdb* 9 , fABtuABt o.ieaO . . ■ . . . , , ‘ v ' 1- “It’sLike Finding Mone says the Good Judge , Door When you take a little chew of this real quality tobacco, and the good tobacco taste begins to come. You’ll find it keeps com- ing, too. The rich to­ bacco taste lasts and lasts. You don’t have to take a fresh chew so often. Any man who uses the Real Tobacco Chew will tell you that. Entered at the Poatofflea at Sturgeon Bay, Wls., as second-class matter. Published B y . {Door County PabBsM* Conpaoy Incorporated. | Every Friday at Sturgeon Bay, Wla. H. J. SANDERSON, Mgr. Address all communlcatlona to Door County Advocate. and In bonded warehouses must be reported to the national prohibition commissioner within ten days after Jan. 17. Permits to transport any liquor during constitutional prohi­ bition must be obtained from the bureau. I Subscr...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 9 January 1920

At Fish Creek. Henry Olson, Old Pioneer, and Baby Besler, 22-Montbs-Old, Arei Called Henry Olson, Pish Creek pioneer, died at bis borne in that village Dec. id, the result of a paralytic stroke which he suffered three weeks pre­ vious. He had been helpless since H ie attack. Funeral services were Iteld Tuesday afternoon from the Juddviile church, Rev. H. M. Mason Officiating. Mr. Olson was born in Norway, Jan. 24, 1842, being 78 years of age at the time of his death. Ha.came to this country in 1881 settling at Fish Creek where he resided until his death. He was a carpenter by trade and also engaged in farming. He had married before leaving Norway and. his wife died at their Fish Creek home last fall. Of the five children born to Mr. and Mrs. Olson, three survive Con- Tad, a member of the Chicago coast guard Mrs. Herman Woldt and Clara of Fish Creek. Baby Rosier Dies Evelyn Anna, baby daughter of Mrs. Edward Rosier, died at the Ros­ ier home in Fish Creek Sunday morn ing, Dec., 27,...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 9 January 1920

\" A S I t f n a . n i C v o p y S S s m s t9* a can today frbn or exo. cerycUaier. iPOOR ootTSOT advocate. flftliHapoa. » ** s^p. , \" ' '* • / Andrew Sloan e m b a l m e r A N D F U N E RAIL D I R E C T O R LADY ASSISTANT Phone 185-R— 1#5-W. Sawyer, Win. MACHINISTS 50c to 80e per Hour ENGINE LATHES BOEING MILLS HORIZONTAL DRILL HANDS TOOL MAKERS VICE HANDS SHAPER HANDS Men for Landis Grinders Set up Men for Turret Lathes ■will refund your trans­ portation if you remain with us one month. Write us outlining your qualifications. Room 9 Metropolitan Block, , eorner ’rd and State Streets, Milwaukee. Strike on, and qver 450 em­ ployees working. i^ngajitojd ?h o ^ 0^s„ here Tuesday. Tuesday af,tor • having resumed (luty vacation! Mr. and Mrs. Sam LopdQ and son Lloyd returned home from Institute Saturday. ( A crowd of our young people took in the dance at Egg Harbor on New Years eve. • ■ Andrew Hendrickson of S lsten'to 11 in favor of Brussels CONSULTATION FREE TO THE SICK OR. HOA...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 16 January 1920

VOLUME 58 v 43 [H istorical Rooms j MADISON WIS STUEGEOHBAYADVOOATE-— CONSOLIDATED DOOR COUNTY DEMOOBAT IiABOBST CIRCIJIiATIOS nr SOBTHEABTEES WISCONStB City Council Favors Joint District j \"WILL KUSH MATTERS THRU. IS PresQnt Plan Garries Out the fourth Ward, Nasewaupee, South Sturgeon Bay and Clay Banks Will Unite In Joint School. ' The establishment of a four year high school la Sawyer, the Fourth ■ward of the' city of Sturgeon Bay, ■which has been under discussion for -several weeks, was brought to a sat* . isfactory agreement pt the meeting •of the city, council Tuesday evening. • If present plans are carried out a new high school building will be er­ ected in Sawyer not by the city of sturgeon Bay, but by Sawyer and ad­ jacent towns, which will be con* solidated into a joint school district, Independent of the city. - With Sawyer petitioning for a high school, backed by practically unani­ mous support of the residents of that ■ward, and with the financial condition \"...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 16 January 1920

DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, W IS, JANUARY 16, 1920.________ / 5rfe$ Sawyer News. BIG CROWD AT THE SCHOOL MEETING. B usiness Men an d Citizens of Saw­ y er an d Adjoining Towns M eet S tate School H ead T he club room's in th e B ay View H ouse w ere packed on M onday even­ ing a t which tim e Mr, Goddard, state high school inspector, was pre­ s e n t a t the invitation of th e Sawyer Com m ercial Club, to discuss the pro­ posed high school proposition of th e F o u rth w ard. Besides those from Saw yer there w ere representatives from eight school districts outside of the F ourth w ard in th e tow ns of Nasewaupee, Clay Banks and S tu r­ geon Bay town. Mr. Goddard, who had m ade an investigation of the condition of th e Saw yer school house, spoke of the u rg en t necessity of providing a mo­ dern school building w ith sanitary requirem ents not available under present conditions. The proposed site fo r the new school building on th e hill a t the upper end of Union s ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 16 January 1920

DOOR C O D K tl ADVOCATE, STUBOBOlf BAY, W I|M JANUARY 10, 1030. PJUN IN 5 MINDIES Agony of Rheumatism and Gout, Neu­ ralgia, Lumbago, Chest Colds and Sore Throat~€nded in Half the Time It Takes Other Remedies. Mustarlnc won’t blister—It Is always ♦ready for use—It’s jjrnndmotber’s old! fashioned mustard plaster with other up-to-date pain killers added. The best und quickest remedy In the world for lameness, sore muscles, stiff neck, cramps in leu, earache, backache, headache and toothache. Beffy’a BTustarlnc—ask foi it by name. Ib . made of real, honest, yellow mus- -ta rd —not cheap substitutes, tlse it freely to draw the pain from those sore.feet— if e great for chilblains, too, ami for frosted feet. Ask for and get Mustarlno always in the yellow box. S T O P S . V - M U 5 T A R I N| r I w ckNHOT SUSTtvi ^ WHEN YOU SUFFER : FROM RHEUMATISM |Almo*t any man will tell you i that Sloan's Liniment means relief j For practically every man has used I it who has suffered from rheumati...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 16 January 1920

POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, W1R, JANUARY 10,1990. THREE YEARS WITHOUT HOPE A Story of Sickness and Suffering with Final Betnro to Health It will do yon good to read It No matter how long nor how much you have suffered, do not give up hope. Do not decide there Is no help for you. There is. Make up your mind to get well. You can. There is a comedy in which you may place full reliance as did Mrs. Rozalia Kanla of 39 Silver Street, New Britain, Conn. This is what she says: *T had cramps for three years and thought I would never be any better. I could not eat without distress. Slept with my mouth open and could hardly breathe. No medicine helped me. I had catarrh of the stomach. Now I have no cramps and am feeling well and healthy. I wish every suffering person would take PE-RU-NA.\" Catarrh effects the mucous membranes in any organ or part. PE-RU-NA, by regulating the digestion and aiding elimination, sands a rich, pure supply of blood and nourishment to the sick and inflamed me...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 16 January 1920

3w8 DOOR COUNTY AD VOCATB, 8TUBGBON BAY, W t*.. JANUARY 10, 1020. RADIUM.ITS DISCOVERY AND CURATIVE POWERS }r& : « Radium, one of the least known, I T he radio-dctivitir found id both otiiTnn* nf *h» nunt offlplpnt curative the X-ray and radium •will penetrate “ substance. . In fact the latter agedcle# M ow n to th e world, w a*' ■ - diacovered by mere accident. A French experimenter had placed some well protected photographic plates in a drawer, in w hich-he had previously placed .some pieces of uranium ore. He was astonished when later at­ tem pting to use the plates, to find th at they had been light struck and this too w ithout any apparent reason. Later experimental work brought out the fact th at rays sent oft by the uranium had qualities which permit­ ted them to penetrate any substance ju st as did the X-rays. Subjected to further tests, the peculiar element which brought out the penetrating ray, was removed from other elem­ ents and was named by Madame Curie, its...

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 — 16 January 1920

-There will be a meet tig ot .the study Club at 7.45 Monday evening, January 19th, in nom 23, the Science room, at the High school. Hold Installation —T he Loyal Order of Moose will hoid installation • f officers Thursday evening, Jan. 22, a t the K.P. hall. Dance after in­ stallation. Institute a t Forestvillo—-A Farm­ ers’ Institute will be held at Forest- vflle March 2-3 and is the only insti­ tute scheduled for Door county in the list recently published, and this list tacludes all dates until March 19. ..Birthday Party—Mrs. Cena Dier was pleasantly surprised by about twenty-five of her friends at her home on Church street Saturday cnrening, the occasion being her fifty- - second birthday anniversary. : Lost At Algoma—A bowling team from the Stradllng alleys went to Algoma last Friday and lost to a team from that city by over 300 pins Members of the local team were Stirl Stradllng, Milton Vandresse, Wini­ fred Johnson, Glen Thorpe and Wal­ ter-Keogh. Made First Sato—The Door...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 16 January 1920

A m ' N : ■W-'X-:-', DOOR OOCHTY ADVOCATE. CTCTG BW BAY, W ULJANUARY 16, 1980. . PERSONAL MENTION =§= NOTES CONCERNING PEOPLE T O tf KNOW * «M I » I » » * » * * » » » « « I l l t l M I H. O. Bernhardt made a business trip to Milwaukee during the week, r Miss Ida Keogh who was home on % visit returned to Chicago W ednes­ day. -.?• Dairy Inspector F. S. Hanson has feeenspending a. tew days a t home ib is week. j Henry Reynolds Bpent Sunday a t Qreen Bay, Visiting John Reynolds and family. •M iss Belle Cochems returned home Wednesday from a several weeks’ yfeit a t Chicago. : L. M. W ashburn was at Chicago daring the week a t a convention of Clothing men. . , v . , ’ Mrs. E. S. Black of Chicago is here on a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Augustine. ' Dr. Clarence Rieboldt left Wed ■esday for Sheboygan where he will open up dental parlors. : Jeweler George Draeb returned during the week from a business trip to Chicago, and Milwaukee. H. Taubman, m anager of th...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 16 January 1920

mm d o o b co un ty A PV ocA TE,«ruBG Boii w i& i JiUtVABV 10. l m Your Home and Theirs By Katharine Eggleston Roberts. tCopy riff bt, 1920, Western Newspaper Union) I’ve never been In your home nnd. of course, 1 know there are no othersjust like it, .Similar? Yes, but there's a difference, you know. Consequently, rtn not going to say anything more about your home I’m going to talk of .their homes and you may draw the comparison for yourself if you want to. There are three kinds of homes In Belgium, the one In the comparatively undestroyed city that the German tried to keep for himself the home In the shelled and Bred village, and the home in No Man’s Land. Oh. yes. there are homes there. But wait, we cannot be omnipresent we must visit one place at a time. This city looks pretty well, doesn’t -It? A building once stood in plnce of those signboards, but, unless you look at the piaster hanging to. the adjacent houses you would never know. Things have been cleaned up quite thorou...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 16 January 1920

-U.____ ,____ iL POOR OOUWTT ADVOCATB. STURGEON HAY, WCH^ MAN VARY 10, lfc» . PaC**to« TERRIBLE TALES OF BELGIUM. FEELS TWENTY YEARS YOUNGER. tor. Gloudemans Tells How End Came To One Relative of Jadin Family of Brussels. Hickman Says Tanlac Has Been the Greatest Blessing of B is life . Rev. J. Gloudemans, of Brussels, ta the city last week told Bome very Interesting tales of his recent trip back to his old home in Belgium where he visited among the inhabit­ ants of the devastated regions, many of those people being relatives of Rev. Gloudeman’s parishioners in this county. The devastation, and pillage, and rape of Belgium, and the horrible treatment of her inhabitants by the German invaders, cannot be conceiv­ ed by anyone who has not learned of those .experiences first hand, Rev. Gloudemans states. In his many illustrations of the brutality of the invaders he told of the experience of one family, relatives .of the jadins, of Brusels, this coun­ ty. The head of the family was ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 16 January 1920

Vm' d o o r c o u n ts a d v o c a t e :, s t u r g e o n b a t , wib., J a n u a r y i«. toao. OPPOSES A JOINT OWNERSHIP E d w ard G illen W ritin g P ro m Texas, W an ts U nited S tates Sale O w ner o f Deep W aterw ay. San Antonio, Texas, Jan u a ry 2nd, 1920. D oor C ounty Advocate, Sturgeon Bayt W is. G entlem en: I noticed your article reporting th e a rriv a l hom e of Leathern D. m ith from W ashington, w here he had a t­ tended theD eed W aterw ay convention, a n d he believes th a t it w ill go thru. I desire to say to you th a t four years ago, I w rote a personal le tte r to ev­ e ry C ongressm an, to every Senator a n d to every Governor, and th a t I h av e had it up w ith W oodrow W ilson tw o o r th ree different tim es to have thfe G overnm ent tak e over th e Barge a n d B rie C anal and deepen it and w iden' it from Buffalo to New Y ork, so th a t we could build b attleships on th e L akes and tak e them th ru to the ocean, and it would tak e w heat th ru to th...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 16 January 1920

po o r c o u n t y adv o c a te , sturgeo n bay , w bl, Ja nu a ry to, toao. /^■ V V * 2 P ira te- \"—Sh! What would happen to'm e if I were your bid? Well, if you’re not acquainted with Calumet Bakings you don’t know wha^ a good ex­ cuse I have. I Can't Help Helping Myself—they’re so good! Good for me too, be­ cause Calumet Bakings are wholesome and easily digested. Millions of mothers use CALUMET BAKING POW DER because of its purity—because it always gives best results and is economical in cost and use.” Calamet contain* only such • ingredients a* ( a t * bten op- • prosed officially by the V. S. Food Authorities. Yon save when you boy It. Vou nave when you use It. HTGHESTs Is® County News. Sevastopol Look for J. F. Bertschinger's ad In another part of this paper. Wenzel Heok was a business call «r at the county spat on Thursday. Martin Finnegan was the guest O f Lothar Jordan on Sunday. Amelia Jordan was a Sturgeon Bay caller on Thursday. William Bassford of Sturgeon Bay wa...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 16 January 1920

u-r POOH COUNTY APVOUATW. ftTUROKON BA Y .W IB.. JANUARY 1C, 1WP. (C ontinued from p a ^ ’ l ) STATION AT CANAL IS CLOSED. ■ W isconsin Public Service com pany A j.G o e d je u , engineer Cor th e cor­ p o ratio n and M ayor H ow ard Greene, seciretary and tre a su rer oC th e W is­ consin Securities company, th e or­ g anization wbiclx holds th e $1,700,- 000 stock of th e Public Service com ­ pany. - Those here to the m eeting from A fgom a and K ewaunee w ere: Jam es H. McGowan, m ayor M an­ a g e r M cCarthy o t th e power p lan t V Kwapil, F red Leischow and W alter K nospe, o£ th e city council, from Al­ s o am ■ '~W. J. M arek, m ayor, A ttorney O. J£.,B ruem m er, Al. V ibber, R. Guse, Louis A lbrecht, John W aiecka, Jos. Ram esch, F ra n k P azdera, Joseph C m ejla and F ran k H nm aohek, m em ­ b ers, of th e city council an d light com m ission, from Kewaunee. M ayor E , S. M inor called the m eeting to o rd er and a fte r a brief sum m ary of th e situ atio ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 23 January 1920

\"-A A I imAiniiii mu Ijsm p R M J* - '* ‘•'-\" ^ VOLUME lla to r ic a l kooibs. MADISON WIS 8TURGK0N BAT ADVOCATE COUNTY DEMOCRAT .-inos [ W isconsin STURGEON BAY, W IS.. FRIDAY. JA N U A R Y 23.1920. Chamber o f Commerce Succeeds C. Club. MEMBERSHIP DRIVE IS ON. Commercial Association To Raise $$000 By Membership Cam­ paign To Be Used In Carry­ ing Out Plans For Indus­ trial Growth. W ith the reorganization of the ,. city’s commercial, association comes ' ithe adoption o f a new name. The , Commercial Club w ill hereafter be • known as the Chamber of Commerce affiliated w ith other civic organiza­ tions thruout the United States and i also with the national Chamber of ■Commerce. The local association* w ill always be-in touch w ith the in­ dustries of the country and know When changes are contemplated. •This city w ill bn “listed” as having a live civil organization and w ill be frequently considered when new in­ dustries are to be established or . When old ones are to be ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 23 January 1920

* ' totts two B COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, W1S, JANUARY &8, 1020. ’ { * ‘ \\ x ‘ ‘ Sawyer News. T H R E E FUNERALS AT VIGNES. Andrew Tronson, Mrs. Ole Nelson and Doris Nelson Boriod Within Week There were three funerals at the little church at VigneB during the week. Andrew Tronson of Sawyer, Mrs. Ole Nelson of Clay Banks and the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Nelson were burled by Rev. Michaelson pastor of the church. Mr Tronson died Monday from diseases incdent to old ago after be­ ing In ill health for some I \".e. The funeral was held Thursday. ' Mr. Tronson was born in Norway in 18415 Ho lived in Sawyer the last 16 years moving there from Clay. Banks where h e lived for many yearn. He iB sur­ vived by his wife. They had no children . Mrs. Ole Nelson was a .resident of Clay Banks for 47 yearn and came to this country 50 years ago from Norway where she was born in July 1846 and where she was married. Her death as due to old age. Besides bier husband she is survive...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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