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Attic Treasures
page 1920
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       Old Scrapbook articles that have no date
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These short articles are posted in the hopes of adding otherwise unknown aspects to family histories. They contain numerous individual names and describe the everyday life activities in Oconto County, Wisconsin's, past.
  Researched, transcribed and contributed by Richard La Brosse

1920 — The family of Mr. and Mrs. A. Lipschutz assembled at the parental home—coming from Appleton, Milwaukee and New York—Wednesday evening and celebrated the 25th anniversary of the marriage of Mr. and Mrs. Lipschutz.  It was exclusively a family gathering, and was indeed a pleasant occasion.  Many friends, here and elsewhere, will join in congratulating Mr. and Mrs. Lipschutz, and express the hope that they may celebrate a quarter of century hence in the same happy manner.

1920 Kelly Lake—Mrs. Wm Munsert, Mrs. R.J. Goggins, Mrs. Frank Cota, Mrs. Levi Lane, Mrs. George Forcier, Mrs. Wm. Wittman, Mrs. E. Zeren, Mrs. James O’Neill, Mrs. J. Mc Curdie, Mrs. Wm. Flatley, Mrs. M. Thompson, Mrs. H. Caldwell and Mrs. N.J. Spitzer went to Kelly Lake on a Booster trip for the Iner-Township fair.  Their costumes represented every character even the old rag peddler, gypsies and clowns.  They were entertained at F.J. Kilmer’s cottage by Mrs. Kilmer, assisted by Mrs. Krahn for dinner.  In the evening the husbands came up and all partook of a corn roast.  Quite a number of them remained for the dance at Briggs’ Pavilion.


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