Thursday, May 21, 1914
Transcribed by: Janet McNeil
Levi H. Gillmore hit by Train on Crossing
Seen too late to stop.
Levi Henry Gilmore was struck by the engine on the log run going north at 11:27 p.m. Wednesday on the main street crossing at Suring and instantly killed, his body being thrown several rods from the track. He was not seen by the engine crew until they were within about 200 feet of the crossing, too late for the emergency brakes to hold the train. Nothing more is known as to the accident.
Deceased was born March 5, 1864, in Vienna, Canada. From there he moved to Casenovia, Mich., and 18 years ago to this county.
He is survived by three sisters, Mrs. Mills, Idaho, Mrs. Mike Donahoe and Mrs. Stephen Donald of Suring and two brothers, one residing in Boone City, Mich., and one in Casenovia, Mich.
PETER SHUFELT VERY LOW
The friends of Peter Shufelt will regret to learn that a telegram was received here Monday morning from his son Ellis at Missoula, Mont., saying that his father was very sick and expected to live only a short time. Since then nothing has been heard from him and it is not known whether he is alive or not.
PERSONAL AND LOCAL
Mrs. Andrew Blatzy of Pensaukee was in the city Saturday.
Peter Olson of Green Bay transacted business in the city Monday.
Mrs. M.F. Manning and her daughter Ruth were Green Bay visitors, Saturday.
William T. Anderson spent Sunday with his family in the city.
Mrs. D. McPherson and Mrs. W.B. Carlin were Marinette visitors Saturday.
Miss Geneva Goulder of Green Bay is visiting at the home of her aunt, Mrs. H.M. Barlament.
I.S.P. Hoeffel of Green Bay was in the city on business Tuesday.
Miss Grace Breakstone was a Marinette visitor Saturday.
William Moeser, who is attending school of telegraphy at Oshkosh, spent Sunday with his sister, Miss Clara, in the city and left Monday for Shawano to visit relatives.
Mrs. and Mrs. Frank Hellert and little daughter, Marion, were guests at the home of L. Deleware in School Section over Sunday.
H.E. Meverden was in Mountain Monday on business.
Roland Stoelting of Milwaukee spent Sunday with his parents in the city.
Mrs. Herb Livermore of Pensaukee visited friends in the city Monday.
A.J. Caldwell went to Green Bay Tuesday on business.
Miss Margaret Lanlgois of Racine spent Sunday at her home in the city.
David Turner was in Lena Tuesday on business.
Mrs. W.D. Jones of 143 Adams street is visiting friends in Milwaukee this week.
Charles Firgens and Awaldt Schuettpelz of Suring transacted business in the city Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. L.E. Whiting were Lena visitors Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. L.W. Rosner of Pound came Tuesday to attend the funeral of the latter’s father, Wm. Roewe.
Mrs. Albert Vendt, Mrs. Herman Rosenfeldt and daughters, Mildred and Leona, were guests over Sunday at the home of Mrs. and Mrs. Rudolph Viestenz.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Hemmingsen were Green Bay visitors Tuesday.
Miss Florence Noffz returned Monday from her school in Sobieski.
Mrs. George Dagen and Mrs. Peter McGovern were Pensaukee visitors yesterday.
Miss Pauline Schultz spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents in the city.
I.N. Parkinson of Stiles Junction was in the city yesterday.
Mrs. M.A. Heath went to Merrill Tuesday for a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Bruce.
Miss Gertrude DonLevy is here from Milwaukee visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank DonLevy.
Mrs. Joseph Ryan returned from a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Henry Nineway at Green Bay recently.
W.A. Holt went to Holt’s Spur yesterday on business.
H.E. Davis of Marinette was in the city Tuesday.
Miss Beatrice Ryan and Louis DeNell spent Sunday at Green Bay.
Miss Edith DonLevy spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank DonLevy in the city.
Judge Field returned from California Tuesday where he spent the winter.
Miss Maude Perry visited friends in Gillett last week.
F.J. Felix went to Green Bay Tuesday.
Miss Elizabeth Kehl was a Marinette visitor yesterday.
F.J. Fioues of Oconto Falls was in the city Tuesday.
D.T. Keefe made a business trip to Little Suamico yesterday.
F. J. Maloney went to Green Bay Tuesday.
Mrs. W.J. Classon and Mrs. A.J. Caldwell were Green Bay visitors yesterday.
Walter Davis made a business trip to Little Suamico Tuesday.
Miss Antonia DeLaporte went to Pensaukee yesterday on business.
Miss Ora Lee made a business trip to Gillett yesterday.
J. A. Schweiberg, chairman of the town of Spruce, is in the city on business today.
Harry Bartz of Mountain spent Sunday here with friends.
Al Schultz of Cecil was a caller here Saturday.
Mrs. W.J. Thielke spent Sunday at Wabeno. She was accompanied home by Mrs. Dr. Murphy of that place.
John Luebeck of Mountain spent Sunday with his family at Hayes.
Misses Cora Stackpole, Alvina Olson, Herman Grunniwaldt, Louis Zingler and Walter Dieck were Oconto Falls callers Sunday.
Miss Birdie Ketter of Shawano is spending a few days here.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Stackpole and Ted McCartney were Lena callers Monday.
John Thielke spent Sunday at Wabeno with relatives.
Miss Henrietta Waterman left Saturday for Kingston where she expects to spend the summer.
Miss Blanche Stackpole and Sara Donald spent Sunday at the N.L. Thielke home.
Lon Piper arrived in town Saturday from Kirwan, Kansas.
Miss Jennie Ketter returned Saturday after a weeks’ stay at Gillett.
Miss Ella Johnson arrived here Sunday morning from Milwaukee and is visiting at the H. Makholm home at Frostville.
Miss Francis Melchoir and Lila Finnegan of Gillett spent Sunday here with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. C.J. Monroe and children spent Sunday at the A.B. Larson home at Underhill.
W. J. Thielke and W. Murphy of Wabeno spent Friday and Saturday at Mountain fishing.
Dr. Tippet of Appleton spent Sunday here.
Wm. Zingler and Carl Buckholtz Line men, were callers at the John Masser home at Hickory Sunday.
H.P. Sorenson and E.F. Buss were Green Bay callers last week. Mr. Sorenson purchased a car there.
W. Van Cleve of Hickory bought a Ford car of John Dieck recently.
Wm. Boetcher, S. G. Donald, Otto Zahn and F. Stackpole spent Sunday at Blue Mountain fishing, making the trip in the latter’s car.
Miss Emma Frost of Mountain was a caller here the first of the week.
Oscar Wagner spent Sunday at Shawano with relatives.
Art Gilkey of Oconto Falls made a business trip here recently.
S.G. Donald and Levi Gillmore drove to Breed Tuesday.
Miss Savalia Thielke spent Sunday with her parents, N.L. Thielke and family.
H.P. Sorenson and family went to Gillett Sunday.
Emil Jensen left Monday evening for Green Valley.
Otto Bork was a Mountain caller Tuesday.
Barney Sorenson left Monday evening for Minneapolis where he expects to spend the summer.
A.R. Larson spent Monday here at the C. Monson home leaving the same evening for Shawano where he will be employed.
Miss Nettie Wright and Norma Dowen of Breed were in town Monday evening.
Art O’Neil of Oconto Falls was seen here Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Piper of Kelley Brook were business callers here Tuesday.
Miss Ervie Holler and Milton Wagner left Monday evening for Marion on a weeks’ visit with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rammes of Green Bay were guests at the John Stengel home here this week.
C.W. Gillmore of Shawano was a business caller here the first of the week.
A. Glass of Advance was a caller here Saturday.
Dr. Alcorn of Green Bay will be in town every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
F. P. Elliott of Oconto Falls was in town Monday.
Roger Niel and Thomas Smith spent Sunday at Holt’s Spur.
John Stengel Sr. of Hayes bought eight acres of timber land of Geo. Piper Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Serier were at Gillett Monday morning.
Wm. Monsert of Oconto Falls was in town Sunday.
John Dieck, son Roy and F.G. Bohman were trout fishing Tuesday. They didn’t have to tell any fish stories for they had a nice mess of fish.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Dieck and Mrs. and Mrs. J.C. Stengel drove to Gillett and Oconto Falls Sunday afternoon in the former’s car.
SURING R. I.
Mrs. William Schuettpelz returned from Oshkosh last Saturday after spending a few days with her daughter and other relatives.
Henry Krueger went to Gillett last Monday.
Mrs. Helmuth Schuettpelz and Mrs. Herman Schuettpelz spent a few days of last week with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Jeske at Underhill.
Mr. and Mrs. Ted McCartney and children went to Gillett Sunday.
August Schuettpelz and son Hermand went to Suring Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Krueger spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Zimmerman.
Mr. Crocker of Suring finished painting at Herman Schuettpelz’s Saturday.
Schuyler Colson of Green Bay came up to help his mother celebrate her birthday.
F.H. Butler is having his store painted white.
L.S. Lord came to Hickory Thursday.
C.H. Steers spent Sunday at Chilton.
A.J. Benjamin, D.D., will preach at the Methodist church May 24 in the evening.
Miss Alma Christensen has returned to her home from Oconto.
Miss Mae Cheffings and Mildred Frever have gone to Appleton for a visit.
D.G. Classon of Oconto was a professional caller here Thursday.
Eugene Fitzpatrick went to Green Bay Monday. He returned with Mr. Lucia who was driving a car to Oconto.
Raymond Wilson was at Green Bay Saturday.
Wm. Classon of Oconto was doing veterinary work here the past week.
D.H. Barker and A.W. Grunwaldt went to Oconto Monday to attend the meeting of the Oconto Rural Telephone Co.
Bernard Triglaff of Channing, Mich., spent Sunday with his parents.
Albert Byng left for Milwaukee where he will be employed.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Pierre of Oconto were visitors at Abrams Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Peters and family spent Sunday at Pensaukee.
Messrs. Howard Touchette and Raymond Wilson were Oconto “callers” Sunday.
Victor Van has completed a new sidewalk in front of his house.
Mr. and Mrs. James Chatell and son Gilbert, drove down from Lena in their car Sunday.
Mrs. Ed Speaker and sister Lydia Erdman were Green Bay visitors Tuesday.
Frank Svoboda spent Sunday with his family in Abrams.
Messrs. Gabe, Joseph and Jules Pierre of Brussels spent part of last week with their father.
Mr. Minnick, one of our Civil War veterans celebrated his 82 birthday Monday, May 18.
Ben Adams was at Green Bay Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Peters and daughter Esther, drove to Green Bay Tuesday in their new car.
E.B. Dutton has his new Case car.
Walter Topel and Ralph Liegeois were callers here Sunday.
Mrs. Anna Livermore, who has resided here for the past 17 or 18 years, has moved to Green Bay.
Mrs. Wm. O’Connell nee Gertrude Kralapp has gone to Chicago where she will remain for some time as her husband is employed there.
Henry Braun left last Wednesday for Chicago where he will make his future home.
George Hiec is visiting at the home of Joseph Renier.
Emil Kralepp of Brookside was the guest of his brother, Henry, Sunday.
Wm. Topel of Little Suamico was seen on our streets a few days last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Peters and daughter, Esther, and son, Forest, of Brookside were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Livermore Sunday.
Miss J. Albertson was called to Green Bay Monday by the death of her uncle.
Miss E. Nelson of Green Bay visited Miss Albertson Saturday and Sunday.
Miss Emma Meilke of Green Bay is spending the week with her father, Otto Meilke, and family.
Mrs. A. Blatzy was a Marinette visitor last week.
Mm. (sic) Loobs was an Oconto visitor last Saturday.
The Gering family of Brookside spent Saturday at the home of A. Loobs.
TOWN OF OCONTO
Will Brown’s children are all sick with the measles.
Miss Julia Walsh attended church at Lena Sunday.
Mrs. Mary Brown of Lena visited at the home of her brother-in-law Wm. Brown Sunday.
Jake Meyer and August Drewe of Chase, visited friends in our vicinity Sunday.
Mrs. John LaBarge of Wittenberg visited relatives in our neighborhood a few days last week.
Mrs. Ben Couillard and children of Morris is visiting the former’s mother, Mrs. Julia Allie.
Victor Alberts of Appleton is visiting his uncle, Antone Alberts and family at present.
Mrs. Martin Naniot who spent the winter at Green Bay returned home last week.
Mrs. Mary Burbey has sold her house and lot at Oconto and moved back on her farm in the town of Little River last week.
Mrs. Alex Pelkey and Mrs. Wm. Brown drove to Cream City Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. Frank Earley is quite ill with gall stones.
Mrs. Thos. Herou and daughter, Manda, spent a few days at Hickory last week visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Perkins. They returned home Thursday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. John Klausen and children attended the surprise party at the home of Herman Zemrow last Sunday afternoon.
George and Ray Kavanaugh and sister, Miss Blanche, attended the dance at Rost Lake Friday evening.
William Sheavy has purchased a team of horses from Mr. Buhlert of Pound.
Mrs. Will Kio and children of White Potato Lake visited at the home of the former’s brother, John Klausen, one day last week.
Joe Herou and sister, Miss Manda and Miss Leah Venne attended the dance at Rost Lake Friday evening.
Joe Krejerick has been busy building his large barn.
Ed Bellile attended the Rost Lake dance Friday evening.
Mrs. San Belongia of Green Bay who is visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas Bourassa spent Friday with Miss Manda Herou.
John Murphy, who is employed at Oconto, spent Friday evening at home.
Gerald Riley of Oconto spent Saturday and Sunday at the Colignon home.
Howard Merline visited with Geo. Don Levy and family Sunday.
Mrs. Geo. DeCloux and Mrs. John Lawler of School Section spent Sunday with relatives here.
Miss Evelyn Bond of Oconto spent Friday evening with Helen DeLano.
Wm. Murphy was an Abrams visitor Friday.
Lawrence Scheffen, who is working for Mr. Jannes spent Sunday at his home in Louisville.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Brennan, Mrs. M. Grady and Mr. and Mrs. Will Burse of Gillett spent Sunday with Conrad Ragen and family.
Edwin Valley of Lena was a visitor here Sunday.
Mr. Schedler of Oconto was seen here Tuesday.
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
REV. NORMAN CAWLEY, pastor of the M.E. church in this city, won second place in the interstate oratorical contest held in Richmond, Ind., last Friday evening. He went as the representative of Wisconsin in a contest between fourteen states of the middle west. He missed first honors by only one point and his friends here are highly pleased over his well merited success.
CASE AGAINST J. Carson Carson,
charged with getting money under false pretenses in connection with the
proposed organization of
here before Justice DonLevy yesterday was adjourned until June 18 to
securing of more evidence.
Gilbert LaPage and Mrs. Ebel LaFortune transacted business in Oconto Monday.
Nicholas Chenevert of Lena spent Tuesday at his farm here.
Dr. Robins of Lena passed through our vicinity Monday in his car.
Mrs. Kate LaMountain and son, Albert, were business callers in Oconto Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Heimke transacted business in Oconto Sunday.
C. Imig, son of Wm. and daughter Lizzie drove up to the farm where Mr. and Mrs. Paul Goble reside.
Mrs. E. Corey drove to Oconto Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Gerondale spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Herrison.
Miss K. Ragen, teacher of our primary, was taken sick with measles Tuesday.
Amos Valley is having a well drilled on his father’s farm.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Corey spent Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Novak.
Mrs. H. Heimke transacted business in Lena Monday.
Mrs. Trapanier is employed at clearing land for Mr. Baker.
David LaPage who has been at the County Hospital for the past three months is visiting with his brother, Gilbert LaPage.
Miss Phoebe Larmay transacted business in Lena Monday.
James Novak and daughter Lizzie transacted business in Lena Saturday.
Ray Burke of Casco is here visiting at the home of Nick Murphy.
James Gaffney who has been sick for the past week is able to be out again.
There was a surprise party at the town hall Friday evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph DeKeyser. It was a successful affair in every way.
John Couillard of Thunder River is here visiting relatives.
PERSONAL AND LOCAL
Hugh Davis of Marinette was in the city Monday on business.
Mrs. Charles Zippel has returned from Green Bay where she recently underwent an operation at St. Vincent’s hospital.
George Leveille of Peshtigo visited friends in the city Friday evening.
Angus MacAllister spent Sunday with Mrs. A. MacAllister at the Mercy Hospital, Chicago.
Mrs. Carl Steur went to Appleton Saturday for a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Julius Hertzfeldt.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Leneau and Mr. and Mrs. Willard Rhode of Ontonagon, Mich., took a joy ride to the County Line Saturday evening in the Davis car. Willard Rhode returned to Ontonagon Sunday morning after spending a week here, the guest of friends and relatives. His wife will remain for sometime.
Mrs. E. LaMountain who has been ill for several weeks is now convalescent.
George Smith of Peshtigo visited friends in the city Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Peters of Abrams were in the city Monday.
Mrs. Joseph LeFebre of Pulaski visted at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Urbanek, of this city.
Clarence Johnston of Menominee, Mich., visited friends in the city Sunday evening.
Mrs. Grunwaldt and daughter, Violet were Oconto visitors Monday.
John Corboy of Green Bay spent Sunday at his home in the city.
Miss Myrtle Morris was at Lena Sunday.
W. H. Mann spent Sunday at his home in the city.
Neil Kelly spent Sunday at his home in Green Bay.
Robert Smith of Appleton spent Sunday with friends in the city.
The Misses Emma Gezork, Rose Mlnarik and Mae Mercier spent Sunday at Pensaukee.
W.F. Nolan spent Sunday at Green Bay.
A.J. Caldwell spent Sunday at his home in the city.
Warren Duncan, who attends Lake Forest, spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives in the city.
Harry Carr of Green Bay transacted business in the city Saturday.
Ivan Whipple of Peshtigo visited Friends in the city Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Nellis transacted business in Lena Thursday.
Messrs. Dennis Dionne, John Bassett, Oscar Brazeau, Adolph Dionne and Antone Mathey passed through our vicinity Sunday in the former’s car.
The diploma examination was held at School Dist. No. 6 Friday and Saturday under the principal Miss Mae Fabry. Dist. 6 attendees were Misses Frances Graef and Lucy Hartl, and Edward Schneider. Little River Dist. 5 attendees were Misses Nettie LaFortune, Manolia Corey and Olga Viestenz. Lena Dist. No. 4 were Misses Mildred Fromble and Lorian Mason.
Mrs. Wm. Courchaine drove to Lena Tuesday.
Mrs. Nellie Grant of Oconto passed through our vicinity Sunday enroute for Lena in her car.
Mrs. A. Harrison and children spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Joseph Gerondale.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Earley spent Sunday with their son Frank.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Heimke were business callers at Oconto Sunday.
Mr. Buchow of Oconto spent Sunday with his brother-in-law, Chris Imig.
Miss Lucy Gerondale was a business caller in Lena Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. James Novak spent Friday evening at the home of E. Corey.
Miss Agness Brown is on the sick list.
Miss Lizzie Imig who has been employed for the past few months at the home of Ed Greenwood returned home last week.
Miss Rose Greenwood who attends school at Oconto spent Sunday at home.
Mrs. Kate Lucas and Miss Myrtle Gray of Lena spent Saturday with their sister Mrs. E. Corey.
Wm. Imig was employed for H. Heimke Monday and Tuesday building fence.
Miss Mabel Forcier of Oconto Falls spent Sunday with friends here.
Miss Hazel Gowan spent Saturday with friends in Cecil.
Mrs. Mary Riordan the latter part of last week with relatives in Chilton.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Forcier of Oconto Falls called on friends here Sunday evening.
Charles Barrett is on the sick list.
Miss Agnes Carroll spent the latter part of last week with friends in Stiles.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Carroll of Degantown spent Sunday at the former’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Carroll, Sr.
Mrs. B.P. McDougald and daughter, Olive, spent Thursday with her aunt, Mrs. M. Barrett.
John Wolf of Sampson was here on business Friday.
Tony Gustin of Oconto Falls was seen on our street Saturday evening.
John Diedinger and Frankie Duffy made a business trip to Albert Wahl’s Monday evening.
John Kusky of Cecil was here Sunday evening.
A. Kanous of Sampson called on Tom Duffy Sunday.
Mrs. Harvey Hodgins of Oconto Falls called on friends here since our last issue.
H. Kerker and daughter drove to Coonish Saturday.
Those who were Abrams callers last week are: W. Kruger, L.H. Heinemann, G.E. Elliott, A. Kruger and E. Elliott.
L. Krause of Sobieski, spent Sunday at home here.
C. Siletz installed a telephone in D. Krause’s residence Saturday.
Miss Florence Noffz has completed a successful term of teaching school and returned to home at Oconto.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ault and family of Green Bay are spending a few days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Saney.
Herb Drews was a Lena visitor Sunday.
A gathering of young folks spent Wednesday evening at the residence of Lawrence Hilbert.
Dr. Finkel, veterinary surgeon of Seymour, was a professional caller here Thursday.
Miss Elsie Wery resigned her position as “Hello Girl” for the Pulaski Merchant and Farmers Telephone Co. and returned to her home here.
Daniel Wendt of Abrams was seen on our streets Wednesday.
Wm. Potts transacted business at Green Bay Friday.
Joseph Hilbert left for Sobieski where he will be employed at the cheese factory.
Frank Heekle of Pulaski was seen on our streets Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Vital Wery have gone to Kewaunee where they will attend the funeral of Mr. Wery’s sister, Mrs. Moeholm, of that place.
Harlan Flynn and Tony Peplinski of Sobieski passed through her Sunday en route to Pulaski to attend the ball game.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rabe were Little River callers recently.
Miss Mildred Marek who have been teaching school in Little Suamico, returned home Thursday evening, having completed her term Wednesday.
Miss Kate Loberger who is employed is Cream City, spent Sunday evening at home.
Mrs. D. Delaware and children passed through here Monday en route to Oconto.
Mr. and Mrs. T. Bumski and son, Marion, were callers in Oconto Sunday.
Miss Mildred Marek and brother, Walter, visited at the Hendricks residence Sunday evening.
Miss Kathryn Herald spent Saturday and Sunday at her home in Oconto.
L. Shulfelt of Little River spent Sunday evening in our vicinity.
Misses Anna and Hilda Benson were Oconto visitors Sunday.
Miss Sophia Van Cleve spent Sunday at Oconto Falls.
Christ Pindergress, Will Smith and Louis Dorn made a flying trip to Oconto Falls Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. John Eastman and family of Oconto Falls visited Mr. and Mrs. Ed Coffey Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Brennan visited Gust Johnson Friday.
Fred and Arthur Dorn were at Oconto Falls Saturday.
Mrs. Johnson, who has been spending the past three months at the J. Coleman home, has returned to her home in Mosling.
Dr. Murphy and wife of Wabeno spent Sunday in town.
Ross Smith of Lakewood was seen in town Saturday.
Wilber McDonald of Claywood was seen in town Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Soren Frost spent Sunday at the M. Larsen home.
Martha Saffran drove to Crooked Lake Sunday.
Walter Longard of Hickory spent a few days with relatives in town recently.
Omer Belongia purchased Nels Anderson’s farm.
Martha Larsen drove to Pinestump Sunday.
Beulah French gave a birthday party Sunday afternoon which was well attended and all reported a good time.
Oscar Nelson is building a new barn.
Mr. Olson of Suring was seen in town Sunday.
Mrs. Fred Bartz went to Oconto Wednesday.
Floyd Tate went to Breed Friday, returning Sunday.
Betty Friedlund is employed at the S. Peterson home.
Quarterly meeting was held at the German M.E. church Sunday. Elder H. Karnopf officiated, assisted by Rev. Wiese.
Miss Belle Krause spent Sunday at home.
Miss Laura Krause went to Green Bay Saturday.
Miss Charlotte Heinemann called on Miss Laura Krause Sunday evening.
The Pulaski company have put a phone at Dan Krause’s.
Miss Florence Noffz has returned to her home in Oconto after completing a successful term of school in District No. 6.
Miss Ethel Tate called at Chase Sunday.
Miss Eleanor Nick has returned home from Sobieski.
Miss Lucy Gerondale went to Oconto Falls Monday to visit friends.
Frank Pavlik and Bert Rosera, who are attending St. Norbert’s College at DePere, spent Saturday and Sunday with their parents here.
Mrs. I. Marcouiller went to Green Bay Friday on business,
The Misses Frieda and Mayme Krestarik and Pearl and Laura Marcouiller and Archie Ruelle attended the Bijou at Oconto Sunday evening.
Agnes Wolfert and Christine Harley went to Coleman Sunday where Christine acted as godmother for her little niece, Marjorie Rose, Harley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Harley, born last Thursday.
Mrs. J.N. Bassett, Mrs. Adolph Dionne and Bert Rosera made a business trip to Oconto Saturday.
Frank Nelson of Kelley Brook visited friends here Sunday.
Miss Agnes Wolfert attended the wedding of her cousin at Cream City last week.
The Misses Esther and Belle Netzer, Marie Peetz, Mae Dionne, Mary Lutz and Mrs. E. Robinson went joy riding to Stiles Sunday afternoon.
The G.H.C.’s met with Miss Mae Fabry Tuesday evening.
Fred Vollmer of Oconto Falls visited friends here Sunday.
Louis Valley and Steve Rosera went to Lakewood Monday on business.
Misses Gertrude and Christine Graef left Monday for Denver, Colo., where they expect to spend the summer.
Mr. Kilmer and Fred Vollmer of Oconto Falls were caller here Monday evening.
Miss Louise Laduron of Oconto Falls visited at the Chatell home a few days last week.
Misses Eva Drolette and Pauline Micke of Oconto Falls attended the dance here Monday.
Art Mouiller and wife of Little River were seen here Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Herman were visitors Monday.
Mrs. John Hoyt of Hickory visited friends in the village Monday.
Ida Vandrell spent Sunday at her home near Lena.
Mrs. I. Marcouiller was at Green Bay Friday on business.
Mrs. Henry Wenzel was a Green Bay visitor Saturday.
David Pecor of Menominee is visiting his son, Phil Pecor.
The Jolly Bunch met with Mrs. Al Bauchand Tuesday afternoon.
Evelyn Frosch returned to Manitowoc Saturday, after a week’s visit in the village.
The Misses Emma Ledvina and Alvina Peshek of Oconto attended the dance here Monday evening.
MRS. PETER NETZER was agreeably surprised Monday afternoon by members of the M.E. Ladies’ Aid and the R.N.A. lodge, numbering sixty, it being her birthday anniversary.
Mrs. F.J. Wickenberg is on the sick list.
Oscar Fromble and Gustave Hallett attended the show last Friday evening.
The masons are busy working at Jul Hall’s barn.
John Ausloos, on the way to town last Friday evening had the misfortune of breaking his bicycle.
Miss Anna Maloney and Myrtle Gray spent Saturday and Sunday at home.
Joe Schaut, after a slight accident of falling on a draw knife, is now able to start working again.
N.C. Netzer has a crew at work at the cheese factory, which will soon be finished.
Hubert Ducat and sister, Miss Louise, attended church at Coleman Sunday.
Lester Whiting made his usual call at Louis Longrie’s last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Longrie visited their brother Louis Sunday afternoon.
Anton Grassel moved to Oconto last week.
J. Hallett made a business trip to Coleman Wednesday.
P.A. Peterson of Menominee representing the firm of Goll and Frank and Co. was a business visitor here Tuesday and Wednesday.
Dr. Krahn of Oconto Falls was in town on professional business Monday.
Art Foss, who is employed at Mountain, was the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Foss over Sunday.
Jack Thiede spent Sunday at his home in Lena.
Mrs. Marshal Colburn visited her daughter, Mrs. James McCurdie at St. Vincent’s hospital at Green Bay Thursday and also attended the Lady Maccabee meeting, which was held there.
Miss Mary Crooks of Tremble called on her father for a few hours Monday.
Miss Evelyn Rice was an Oconto visitor Thursday.
Miss Freda Maloney spent Friday at Green Bay.
The Misses Esther and Belle Netzer, Mae Dionee, Mary Lutz, Marie Peetz and Mrs. Robinson of Lena spent Sunday afternoon in town.
Dr. R.J. Goggins of Oconto Falls was in town Wednesday on business.
Miss Verda Marlow of Stiles Junction spent Sunday here with friends.
Miss Emma Foss returned to Green Bay Monday after spending a few days at her home here.
Mrs. Hamilton Henderson and Arnold Brunk were Oconto visitors Saturday.
Fred Lindemann of Abrams visited at the home of Fred Foss Saturday.
Otto Brunk who is employed at Oconto Falls spent Sunday at home.
Mrs. and Mrs. Desire Laduron of Brookside called on friends here Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Fischer of Green Bay was the gust of the latter’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Colburn Sunday, making the trip in their auto.
Mr. and Mrs. Art Miencke drove to Oconto Friday.
Miss Louise Grignon of Appleton spent a few days in town this week returning to Green Bay Friday.
Will Lucas and Leonard Marlow spent a few hours at Oconto Falls Sunday evening.
Richard Ryan left Wednesday morning for Mountain where he will be employed.
Mrs. Arthur Meincke and Miss Ann Schroeder transacted business at Lena Monday.
Robert Lucas was an Oconto visitor Saturday.
Mrs. Anna Bonnan and family came from Milwaukee Saturday and will reside here in the future.
Dr. Rose of Lena was seen on our streets Sunday.
Arnold Brunk left Sunday for Oconto Falls where he will be employed.
Wm. Crooks, section foreman, spent Sunday at his home at Tremble.
LENA R. 1
Miss Lina Ankersen is spending a few days with her sister here, Mr. Mary Nelsen.
Osten Brazeau spent Sunday at home.
Lonzo Piper called on Frank Hubbard Sunday.
Mrs. John Calhoun returned from Green Bay Wednesday.
Mrs. James Morlette and little daughter Hosell, went to Appleton recently to visit relatives.
Walter Rasmussen has the job of hauling gravel for Daily’s new house.
Mr. and Mrs. James McHolman of Peshtigo Brook spent Sunday at Mr. and Mrs. John Calhoun’s.
James Piper started his contract of building at Spruce Monday.
Mrs. Kinart and daughter of Green Bay visited relatives here last week.
Raymond Von Holten was an Oconto Falls visitor recently.
F. Halstad drove to Oconto Falls Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Courtion visited Mr. and Mrs. Cherney last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. O. Zeroth spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Peep.
Mr. and Mrs. Toupal visited at the home of Alex Magnin recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Goeble have moved from Little River here where they will reside.
Mr. and Mrs. Ama of elm Grove visited friends here recently.
A. Morris of Town Line was a caller in our vicinity Sunday.
T. E. Doyle is improving the looks of his residence by painting.
Mr. and Mrs. Ranack visited E. Churney and family last Sunday.
M. Couchenett has purchased a new corn planter.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Courtion made a trip to Oconto recently.
C. Van Holten, who is employed at Green Bay, came home to spend Sunday with his family.
Thursday, May 28, 1914
Transcribed by: Janet McNeil
CRIMINAL CALENDAR – State of Wisconsin vs :
David Remington – Assault
Peter Russell and Joseph Pasheek – Theft
Louis LeClair – Abandonment
Jessie Gillmere – Violation of Game Laws
ISSUES OF FACT FOR JURY:
Mitchen Mill Remnant
Co. vs Antone Mathey
George Kingenzer vs
Vina Hodgins vs Edna
Sorenson and James
Kalamazoo Tank and Silo
A.W. Breed. Contract
L.E. Whiting vs S.W.
Ford and P.G. Esson.
Breach of Contract.
Roberts Johns, trading as United Talking Machine Company vs Nick Gleason. Indebtedness.
Toledo Computing Scale Co. vs O.C. Zingler. Breach of Contract.
United Talking Machine Co. vs E.J. Dohnal. To recover Indebtedness.
Rudolph Delzer vs C&NW Rwy, Co. Damages for assault.
William Zaddock vs. Charles Thieme. Assault and battery (damages).
Lawrence Sweda vs John Schultz. Indebtedness for wages, etc.
Louis Dorn vs Charles Christensen. Damages.
I.H. Isaacson vs Albert Kahn. Commercial paper.
H.J. Francart vs Josie Albertson. Ejectment.
L.N. Trudeau vs Stanley Malaski and Antone Mataski. Indebtedness.
Martha Reed vs William Grotendorst.
Anton Borzick vs John Robinson. Assault.
Annie Spaudy vs Chicago and Northwestern Rsy. Co. Negligence.
Peter Witek, Jr. vs John Vangal.
Anton Laurent vs Henry VanSomple. Slander
Morris Courtain, Jr. vs Charles Peep. Account.
J.S. Juneau vs Oconto Company. Negligence.
John Liegeois vs Constance Ligeois. Reopening of divorce action.
Isabell Lusk, Adm. Vs C&NW Rwy. And Holt Lumber Co. Negligence.
Albert Krueger vs Paul Wilhelm. Indebtedness.
John Winter, Jr. vs Fred Larson.
Lottie Bradley vs Adeline McCartney and George McCartney. Ejectment.
Magnus Peterson vs Elizabeth Peterson (her guardian ad litem). Divorce
Lawrence Sweda vs John Schultz. Garnishment.
Charles E. Fye vs Emily Fye. Divorce.
August Henschall vs
FINGER SMASHED – While taking planks from the transfer at the Holt mill to a car Charles Witkopf badly smashed his fingers yesterday by catching it between the plank and those on his car.
PERSONAL AND LOCAL
Charles Wach of Oconto Falls was in the city on business Tuesday.
J.B. Chase made a business trip to Green Bay Wednesday.
Dr. C.W. Stoelting transacted business in Green Bay last Friday.
J.H. Goddard of Oconto Falls was in the city Tuesday to attend the funeral of Peter Shufelt.
Mrs. M.M. Counselman of Spokane, Washington, who has been visiting her mother, Mrs. Slattery and sister, Mrs. Nellie Grant returned home Monday.
F.R. Scott of Alpena, Mich., visited at the home of Miss Margaret Prell Sunday.
Frank Brunk of Menominee was in the city Wednesday.
Joe Burke of Oconto Falls visited his parents in the city Friday and Saturday.
Mrs. John Caldwell spent Sunday with relatives at Stiles Junction.
Mrs. Al Schultz of Cecil came to the city recently to attend the celebration of the 73rd anniversary of her mother, Mrs. Payette of this city.
Mr. and Mrs. John Poirer returned home Saturday evening from a trip through Milwaukee Ashland and Duluth.
Mr. and Mrs. H.J. Germond visited in Fond du Lac and Oakfield from Friday until Monday evening.
H. Savings of Milwaukee was in the city Friday on business.
Miss Tillie Williams went to Chicago Wednesday.
Miss Anna Schumacher went to Oconto Falls today for a short visit with friends and relatives.
Irene Connerton was a Green Bay visitor Saturday.
Miss Ella Frisby enjoyed a visit over Sunday from her mother, Mrs. Frisby of Appleton.
Miss Elizabeth Burke was an Oconto Falls visitor Friday.
Mrs. C.E. Armstrong was a Marinette visitor Wednesday.
Mrs. W.A. Holt and Mrs. J.G. Campbell went to DePere Wednesday to attend the District Federation of the Woman’s Club.
John Noonan left Wednesday to superintend the movement of the scow built by Ansorge and Cummings. It is to be towed up by Paul Wilhelm with the Martha S.
Pat Nagle went to Green Bay Wednesday on business.
Frank Maloney was a Green Bay visitor Wednesday.
Miss Marie Fabry went to Green Bay Wednesday.
Miss Antonia De La Porte was a business caller at Pensaukee Wednesday.
Miss Ella Mabel Smith returned home from Ripon Wednesday.
Mrs. J. Reed was a Green Bay visitor Wednesday.
Miss Pauline Cole returned Monday from Appleton where she had been visiting relatives.
Atty. McGillen of Green Bay was in the city Wednesday on business.
Mrs. M. Councilman returned to her home in Spokane, Wash., after an extended visit here with relatives and her sisters Mrs. P.F. Gaunt.
Miss Dora Bovee was a Green Bay visitor Wednesday.
Mrs. W.A. Smith was a Green Bay visitor Tuesday.
Emma Frost returned from Suring Wednesday.
Mr. Chaimson of Shawano spent Friday and Saturday in town.
Fred Clark of Chicago has returned to town where he intends to make his future home.
Jack Kebel and Charles Olson of Holt’s Spur were in town Sunday.
The Misses Jennie Statley and Anna Frost spent a few days with friends in Maple Valley recently.
Mrs. A. Knous and son, Gordon, of Claywood spent Sunday with friends in town.
Mr. Back of Claywood was seen in town Sunday.
Addie McKenney returned to her school at Kingston Sunday.
Mrs. Knutson and granddaughter, Henrietta Waterman, were seen in town Thursday.
Helen Banta of Logan spent Sunday with friends in town.
Mrs. Palmer and family have moved to South Dakota.
Dr. Alcorn of Green Bay made his usual trip in town Sunday.
Tom Savage returned from Chicago Sunday where he has been attending dental college.
Miss Lila Boetcher is on the sick list.
G. Fiefield of Claywood was seen on our streets Sunday.
Everet Udell went to Gillett Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Dalquit were Oconto Falls visitors Wednesday.
Mrs. French visited in Kelly Brook Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Oleson of Oconto Falls attended church here Sunday.
Thomas Benson was at Oconto Falls Saturday evening.
Mrs. J. McGarvey and daughter Alice and son Albert and August Erikson spent Sunday at Peter Erickson’s.
Fred Dorn was a Gillett visitor Monday.
Messrs. Fred and Arthur Dorn were at Oconto Falls recently.
Wm. Smith and Louis Dorn made their usual trip to Oconto Falls Saturday evening.
We are glad to say that Arthur LaValley who was taken suddenly ill a week ago is somewhat improved at present writing.
Mr. and Mrs. Glen I. Rowe and two children and two friends from Marinette visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Gregorson Saturday and Sunday.
A number of young folks called on Arthur LaValley here Sunday night.
Alvin Tillman and son Earl of Claywood visited relatives here Friday.
OSCAR LAFOUNTAIN, a carpenter residing near Lena was asphyxiated in his room at the Four Corners Hotel at Lena Sunday morning. Eli Brien, the proprietor was aroused by Ed King who thought the building was on fire. Mr. Brien rushed into the room and dragged LaFountain out. He then with the assistance of Miss Ursulla Ringuette extinguished the fire before the arrival of the fire department. Dr. Rose was then summoned and pronounced LaFountain dead. The remains were taken to Algoma, his former home accompanied by Fred Losier and Mr. Devillier. It is thought the fire originated from his smoking in bed which set fire to his bedding.
James Chatell and son Gilbert were Green Bay visitors Sunday.
Mrs. Peter Surprise of Louisville and Mrs. Joe Carbon of Oconto were Lena visitors Saturday.
Phil Pecard is on the sick list.
Wm. Needham visited his family the first part of the week.
Mrs. Wm. Ziesmer is visiting her with her mother, Mrs. Kate Hale.
Athelia Dahl of Niagara visited Miss Moll here recently.
Mrs. Adolph Dionne is on the sick list.
The oldest daughter of Herbert Molites is seriously ill with measles.
Miss Florence Needham visited at Escanaba and Gladstone Sunday.
Wm. Smith of Oconto was in Lena Tuesday.
Mrs. Bryan and son, Wm. Ringnette and little Quinton returned home Sunday after a short visit at Oconto Falls.
Capt. Hall of Oconto was in Lena Friday and Saturday on business.
Chas. Lingelbach of Oconto was in town Tuesday on business.
Paul Waldvogel of Milwaukee was a Lena visitor Tuesday.
G.W. Allen of Stevens Point was in Lena Monday.
Dr. Grainer of Pound was in Lena Saturday.
E.J. Sullivan of Oshkosh was in Lena Tuesday.
Miss Cora Pelkey spent Sunday at Coleman.
Chas. Wise went to Green Bay Monday afternoon.
T.A. Pamperin of Oconto was in town on business Monday.
Mr. Monsert of the Oconto Falls Motor Car Co. was in town Saturday.
Mr. Pergola of Green Bay was in town Monday.
Paul E. Waldvogel of Milwaukee spent Tuesday in town.
J.N. Bassett is moving the old Pelkey house over on a new lot on the Coleman road, opposite Ed. Niquette’s.
A number of Miss Annie Gilles’s friends spent Saturday and Sunday with her.
Mrs. William Harley went to Coleman Saturday to visit relatives and friends.
Ray Dionne and Herman Harley attended the dance at Coleman last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wendell have moved into the Maigatter place, their former home having changed hands.
Dr. Halloran of Oconto was a Lena visitor Sunday.
Miss Eva Drolette of Oconto Falls attended the dance here Monday evening.
Miss Almedia Gilesman who has been visiting with Mrs. S.V. Hansen for the past two weeks returned to her home in Oconto Falls Saturday.
Sam Luckenback of Shawano went through here with his new Case car Monday en route to Marinette.
Art Walhan, the cheese factory man at Gerondale’s Corners was in Lena Monday on business.
T.P. Rierdon of Kelly Lake brought in two loads of fine young Berkshire hogs, weighing 2475 pounds, to be shipped to Chicago.
Misses Mae Young, Esther and Belle Netzer, Sadie Masson and Mrs. Robins were pleasantly entertained by Miss Marie Peetz at a six o’clock dinner Sunday.
Dr. Rose of Lena was in town Monday on professional business.
Otto Brunk and son Arnold of Oconto Falls spent Sunday at their home.
Martin O’Hearn was a business and Mrs. Jack McCarthy at Claywood visitor at Green Bay Wednesday.
Miss Evelyn Bedore of Gillett was the guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Bedore Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. Robert Lucas went to Oconto Falls on business Saturday.
Wm. Oleson who is foreman for the Anson Eldred Co. here had the misfortune to get his right leg broken while helping them unload spruce Wednesday afternoon. He was immediately taken to the Oconto County Hospital by Dr. Krahn of Oconto Falls. At present he is getting along nicely which his many friends are glad to hear.
Miss Frances Schultz and Mrs. Fred Mittag of Brookside visited at the home of Fred Foss Wednesday.
Miss Mildred Colburn is visiting relatives and friends at Green Bay for a few days.
Miss Verda Marlow of Stiles Junction spent Sunday evening with her friends here.
Miss Odile Lonzo of Green Bay is the guest of her brother Albert for a few days.
Miss Margaret Hartl returned to her home at Lena Saturday evening after sewing the past week here.
The Misses Ida and Beth McAllister spent Sunday afternoon with their sister, Mrs. Jas. Deveraux.
Eugene Van Laanen is laid up with blood poison in his hand.
Miss Lila Scott of Brookside was seen on our streets Saturday.
Mrs. Robert Lucas was an Oconto visitor Monday.
Fred Lindemann and daughter Martha of Abrams, and Mrs. Otto Berth and daughter Margery of Stevens Points visited Mr. and Mrs. Fred Foss and family Monday.
Charles Benkey of Milwaukee is the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Benkey.
Jack Oleson visited his uncle Wm. Oleson at the Oconto Hospital Saturday.
Frank McAllister transacted business at Lena Thursday.
Mrs. Alex Lucas spent a few days with her daughter Mrs. Jack McCarthy at Claywood.
Miss Louis Grignon of Appleton was a visitor in town this week.
Will Lucas spent a few hours at Oconto Falls Saturday evening.
Mrs. Eugene Van Laanen and sister Miss Evelyn Bedore were Green Bay visitors Saturday.
Mrs. Frank McAllister and children Bernice and Francis are visiting for a week at the home of Wm. McAllister at Leighton.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Benkey drove to Oconto Sunday and called on Wm. Oleson, who is a patient at the Oconto Hospital.
Eugene Van Laanen did business at Abrams Sunday morning.
Jack Thiede spent Sunday evening with friends at Couillardville.
Wm. Crooks, section foreman spent Sunday at his home at Tremble.
Dr. Krahn of Oconto Falls was in town on business Wednesday.
BERGHAMMER, aged 18
injured about 10:30 Tuesday night at the Holt Lumber
Sawmill. He was
working behind the gang and made use of a pointed iron kept for the
knocking out pieces of edging
sometimes catch between the saws. It
was the custom to jab the point into the floor and lean the upper end
rod against a timber. The repeated sticking the point in the floor had
away the wood until it was very thin or there was a hole and at the
time of the
accident as young Berghammer drove the rod into the floor it passed
the point below caught a belt which gave the rod a jerk and the upper
thrown over toward him, hitting him on the right side and inflicting a
contusion of his right side and chest. He was immediately taken to the
and given attention and it is expected that he will be able to be out
in a few
Miss Ella Brazeau was sewing here last week.
The Van Cleve’s have purchased an auto.
Mrs. Charles Good went to Shawano last week.
Joseph Trever, Jr. went to Appleton last Thursday.
Mrs. Erve Hamilton of Oconto Falls visited relatives here recently.
Miss Myrtle McGlachlin and Miss Elsie Werth closed their schools with picnics last Saturday. Both teachers have been hired for the next year.
W.J. Thielke attended the Bankers’ Convention at Green Bay this week.
Miss Birdie Ketter of Shawano is spending a few days here.
J. Carson Carson, the Supreme organizer of the Owls, of Appleton spent a number of days here recently.
Geo. W. Gisch spent Wednesday at Oconto on business.
Mrs. Fred Moser and Miss Chloe Thielke left Monday evening for Manitowoc to visit Miss Magdalena Moser.
H. Allen of Mountain bought a Ford car from John Dieck.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Armstrong of Oconto Falls attended the funeral of their cousin, Levi Gillmore here Saturday.
Miss Dagmer Johnson left Monday evening for Green Bay.
John Meles of Cecil spent Saturday here.
C. Serier of Underhill was in town Saturday.
Miss Eva Aldrich of Oconto Falls was in town Saturday.
Mrs. Nick Ehlinger received word Wednesday that her father, Mr. Berg of Cecil had died at Green Valley of heart failure.
Ross Smith spent Saturday evening in Green Bay.
Otto Jensen spent Sunday at his home in Green Valley.
Miss Helen Aldrich of Gillett spent Saturday and Sunday here with relatives.
Miss Sara Donald spent Sunday at Green Bay.
Mr. and Mrs. George Schaal of Gillett attended the funeral of Levi Gillmore here Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. O.C. Zingler and daughter, Sara, spent Sunday at Shawano with Mr. and Mrs. Edward Zingler.
Miss Dagmar Sorenson spent Sunday at Gillett with relatives.
Oscar Wagner spent Sunday at Shawano with relatives.
J.G. Jensen spent Sunday with relatives at Green Valley.
Frank Schmidt was a Green Bay caller Monday morning.
Miss Carrie Nelson of Welcome is employed here
Miss Blanche Stackpole was taken to St. Mary’s hospital at Green Bay Saturday evening, where she was operated upon for appendicitis and at this writing is getting along nicely.
Mrs. A.L. Collins and son, Chas., were in town Tuesday.
John Dieck was a Mountain caller Monday.
Nels Nelson has improved his furniture store greatly by putting in a new glass front.
Harold Neville of Green Bay is visiting his sister, Mrs. Frank Conard.
Mrs. Will Wagner and son, Dale, are visiting relatives at Marion.
A. Dionne of Lena spent the first of the week here.
Robert M. Stengel has opened up his ice cream parlor.
F. Stackpole spent a number of days at Green Bay recently.
F. E. Daems left Monday evening for Green Bay, accompanied by his daughter, Gladys, who is seriously ill with appendicitis.
Gertrude Campbell, Anna Yudes and Helen Gillis of Oconto Falls motored up here Monday in the A. Gillis car.
Mrs. C.H. Steers and Miss Mae Coy attended the school picnic given by Miss Neita Steers in the town of Lena District No. 3.
Ernest McAllister and family went to Green Bay last Saturday.
Rev. Marsh, the new pastor for the Methodist church, will preach at Suring next Sunday morning, Kelley Brook in the afternoon and Hickory in the evening.
F.H. Butler put a new awning on his store last week.
Sam Parker came home from Lakewood Saturday.
Misses Werth and McLaughlin returned to their homes at Oconto last Saturday.
Allen McMahon and wife, Miss Arah and Joe McMahon Sr. toured Brookside Sunday.
Chas Hanson has sold his farm and the new owner has taken possession.
Charles Hanson and L.S. Lord had monuments erected on their respective lots in the cemetery this week.
Lillian Viola Stone daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Stone of the town of Armstrong, died Wednesday, May 6, 1914, at the age of 3 years and 27 days. The many friends of the bereaved parents extend their heartfelt sympathy. The remains were buried in the Union cemetery in the town of Breed on Friday May 8, 1914, Anton Jorgensen conducted the services.
(Lines written by Mrs. Myrtle Goddard in memory of Lillian Viola Stone)
bright day in May, nearly at the close of day. “Lillian
come,” the angels
whispered “Darling come and share our love.” Then
she went to dwell with Jesus.Little Lillian you have left us.
We shall see thy form no more. But in Heaven we know you’ll
us on that
Happy golden shore. She’s not lost from us forever, no not
before, where she’s with the angels waiting, watching as we
THANKS – We wish
to thank our
friends and neighbors, Mr. Joe Blongy and Mr. and Mrs. Len. Knudtson
sympathy and kindness shown us during the illness and death of our
MR. AND MRS. LOUIS STONE.
V.J. O’Kelliher of Oconto was in Abrams Tuesday on legal business.
Fred Erdman’s new car has arrived.
Messrs. J.D. Moody, H. Winans, and G.A. Delano went on a trout fishing trip Sunday.
Mr. Posley, our cheesemaker, is quarantined with scarlet fever. Ben Weidenhaft is making cheese.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Feldt were in Abrams Monday.
Miss Lillian Waldo returned from Green Bay Monday.
Arthur Boetcher went to Duluth the last of the week where he will be employed.
Mrs. Sargent and family of Oconto Falls spent Sunday in Abrams. They returned in Van’s car.
C.A. Bent of State Line was in Abrams the first of the week on business.
Mr. and Mrs. L.E. Root of Green Bay spent Sunday in Abrams.
Bert Knowles was confined to the house Monday with a very lame back.
Simon Engle went to Wabeno Thursday on business.
James Parkinson of Stiles Junction was in Abrams Monday.
Victor Van drove to Green Bay in his car Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Al Christian and family are visiting the former’s mother.
Ray Wakeman of Green Bay spent Sunday with his grandmother, Mrs. Lowell.
S. Liberski of Sobieski was an Abrams caller Saturday.
Mr. Meyer of Green Bay, an auto dealer, bought Mr. Bauder’s car this last week. She and her brother M. Fitzpatrick have purchased a Rio Fifth to be delivered this week.
Mr. Henry McGregor spent the latter part of the week with her parents.
Wm Baudhuin went to Lena Sunday evening, returning Monday morning.
Mrs. Delia McGregor went to Green Bay Saturday for a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Schultz.
Fred Poppie’s new barn was raised Wednesday.
Miss Ida MacAllister of Stiles Junction called at Abrams Tuesday.
Messrs. A. Pierre, Pete Brazeau, John Brice, I. LaCombe and Peter Nale of Oconto drove out to Abrams Sunday in the latter’s car.
Mrs. Chas Gamach and daughter, Alice of Keweenaw Bay, Mich. Visited with the former’s sister, Mrs. Constance Liegeois, this last week.
PERSONAL AND LOCAL
Roland Stoelting of Milwaukee will arrive in the city Friday evening to visit his wife over Sunday who has just left the hospital today.
Bud Johnston of Chicago stopped off her Sunday while on his way to Menominee. He returned to Chicago Tuesday.
F. Fuller and A. Young of the Western Union Telegraph Co. are in the city today.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Merline and daughter, Miss Bessie spent Sunday at Marinette.
Mr. Briggs of Fond du Lac spent Sunday in the city.
Mrs. James George left for her home in Shawano after a short visit with her mother, Mrs. J. Carr.
Miss Marie Boehm and Miss Georgina Mineau leave tomorrow for a visit in Kenosha and Milwaukee.
Miss Myrle Hawkes leaves for Chicago tonight.
Miss Irene Dorn of Marinette spent Wednesday in the city.
Miss Etta Bauers of Oshkosh arrived in the city to attend the graduation exercises today.
The Misses Kathleen Cole and Minnie Campbell were Green Bay visitors last week.
Mrs. Herbert Baldwin of Mountain and Mrs. William McKenney of Kelly Lake are in the city to attend the high school graduating exercises and are guest of Miss Ellen McDonald.
M.J. Flannigan came home from Milwaukee last Thursday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Lynes.
Mrs. Henry Kingston of Mountain is in the city to attend the commencement exercises of the high school and is the guest of Mrs. A. Fulton.
Mr. and Mrs. P.A. Martineau and daughter of Marinette spent Sunday in the city the guests of Mr. Martineau’s brother, A.M. Martineau, and family.
Miss Maggie Marietta was called to Green Bay this morning on account of the necessity of an operation on her brother, who was taken to the hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Shufelt who were here to their father’s funeral returned to their home in Missoula, Montana, last night and J. S. Ford to his home in Chicago this morning. Mrs. Ford will remain here for a longer visit with friends.
Mrs. W.A. Carpenter who has been the guest of her niece, Mrs. T.C. Clark for some time returned to her home in Milwaukee last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. J.J. Ramsay of Ontonagon, Michigan, arrived in the city today to attend the graduation exercises.
George Averill of Milwaukee is
visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E.H. Mayberry, and other Oconto
June 4, 1914
Transcribed by: Janet McNeil
F. VANDERBUSH OF STILES was arrested and taken before Justice DonLevy May 26, where he was fined $5 and costs amounting to $15.66 for not sending his children to school as required by law.
PERSONAL AND LOCAL
George Leveille and George Smith of Peshtigo visited friends in the city Sunday evening.
Mrs. Thomas Blucher and son, Joseph, of Two Rivers returned home Monday, after spending a few days with their daughter and sister, Mrs. John Semrad, in the city.
Miss Emma Urbanek came home from Pulaski Friday to spend a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Urbanek.
Mrs. Hattie Harta of Sturgeon Bay visited friends in the city recently.
Miss M. Germond of Duluth, Minn., visited her brother, Harry J. Germond in the city this week.
Miss Pauline Schultz went to Chicago today for a visit with her sister, Mrs. F.A. Urwan.
Mrs. Ed Millidge went to Green Bay Monday for a short visit with relatives.
Mrs. George Averill who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E.H. Mayberry returned to her home in Milwaukee Monday.
Mrs. Edna Smith of Green Bay spent Saturday here with Miss Margaret Prell.
Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Wittock of Oconto Falls visited relatives in the city the latter part of last week.
Miss Molly and Marie Byron went to Green Bay Monday to attend business college.
Ben Schumacher, Miss Hazel Meyers Andrew and Fred Schumacher made a trip to Marinette Sunday on their motorcycles.
Miss Pauline Schultz who has been teaching near Oconto Falls, returned home Tuesday.
Mrs. Elizabeth Rusch who has been visiting relatives and friends in the city for about ten days returned to her home in Milwaukee Tuesday.
John F. Spies of Oconto Falls was an Oconto visitor Monday.
Frank Poradek went to New Holstein Monday.
Clarence Johnson and Frank Smith of Menominee visited friends here Sunday evening.
Wm. Sylvester of Milwaukee visited relatives here the first part of the week.
Miss Mary Carroll who has been teaching at Ladysmith, returned home Saturday.
Mrs. Adeline Tiegs of Lena visited her sister, Mrs. L.E. Whiting in the city recently.
H.S. Taylor of Green Bay was in the city Thursday.
Burt Fulton went to La Crosse as delegate from the local lodge of the I.O.O.F. to attend the State Assembly.
The Misses Clara and Florence Noffz visited relatives in Green Bay Friday.
Leslie Martin of Green Bay visited friends here for a few days last week.
Miss Marie Langlois left Sunday evening for Racine where she will be employed.
Art Fabry and O.B. Parrisy drove to Marinette Sunday.
Mrs. Ed. Mineau was a Green Bay visitor Saturday.
Mrs. W.D. Payne went to La Crosse to attend the Rebecca State Assembly Monday, then through Minnesota to visit relatives and friends.
Raymond Brazeau spent Sunday at Lena.
Miss Gertrude Lonsdale of Peshtigo visited here last week.
Clarence Johnson of Menominee was in the city Friday.
Alonzo Brazeau of Lena spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L.W. Brazeau.
TOWN OF OCONTO
Charles Redmond is building a new barn.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Naniot transacted business at Lena Saturday.
Miss Sarah Allie is still quite ill with heart trouble.
Oscar Brown and Wilfred Barribeau attended the stock fair at Lena Monday.
Joe Allie is employed by Erve Whiting, doing mason work.
Alex Pelkey and son, Milton, are working for Charles Redmond this week.
B. Rosenberg of Oconto was seen on our streets one day last week.
Peter Alberts went to Green Bay Thursday to consult Dr. Minnehan in regard to his health.
Pat Curley, and daughter Viola, drove to Lena Saturday afternoon.
Albert Allie and wife transacted business at Oconto Friday.
Francis Brown who is employed by Frank Demmith in the town of Lena spent Sunday at home.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wittenberg spent Saturday with friends at Oconto.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Niquette of Lena visited at the home of Alex Pelkey Sunday.
The Misses Clella and Esther Allie who have been employed at Wabeno for sometimes returned home Saturday.
Ward McAllister of Niagara visited relatives in our vicinity Friday. He came from Niagara in his car.
During the electrical storm Thursday night Obrien Boyce had seven head of cattle killed by lightning, which is a big loss to Mr. Boyce.
August and Dewey Benson were at Gillett Saturday.
Chas. Oleson was seen here Wednesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Peterson were Oconto Falls visitors Friday.
Miss Celia Benson spent Sunday afternoon with Miss Hilda Peterson.
Fred Dorn and son Ted were at Oconto Falls Monday.
Miss Hilda Benson spent Sunday afternoon with Miss Josephine Dorn.
Antone Anderson who is employed at Ernest Hubbard’s spent Sunday at home.
Wm. Smith and Louis Dorn made a flying trip Sunday evening to Oconto Falls.
Frank Vorpahl and Dick Magee have had lightning rods put on their barns and houses.
Harry Lembeke has purchased a new auto.
Mrs. H. Wendt and Mrs. J. Wendt attended the funeral of their mother at Seymour recently.
Joe Skarda was a business caller at Gillett last Wednesday.
John Lembeke and sons, Henry and Harry autoed to Gillett Wednesday.
The Misses Mary Lutz and Lulu Moll who have been teaching school here returned to their respective homes for their vacations. They are both coming back to teach here next term.
Fred Vollmer of Oconto Falls visited friends here Sunday.
Miss Kit and Dave Ragen of Oconto visited friends here Saturday.
A. Demars who has been visiting with his family in Powers, Mich., for the last couple of weeks returned Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Messo and family of Suring visited the Wolfert family Sunday afternoon in their new car.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Valley visited friends in Little River Monday.
Tom Farley of Green Bay visited with friends here Sunday.
Miss Pearl Marcouiller went to Marinette Monday to visit friends and relatives.
Miss Flora Frosch is visiting relatives and friends at Oconto and Louisville this week.
Mrs. A.M. Tiegs was an Oconto visitor Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Clayton of Oconto were Kelly Brook visitors Sunday.
All hats at reduced prices at Mrs. A.M. Tiegs – Advertisement
Mrs. L. Reeves visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Pelkey at Oconto a few days last week.
Miss H. Durben and friend of Green Bay called on friends here Sunday evening.
Frank Juneau of Oconto was a business caller here Monday.
Frank Schlosser who is employed in Milwaukee spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents here.
John Reeves moved on the Harley farm Tuesday.
Miss Agnes Neta went to Marinette Tuesday where she will visit friends a few days.
Miss Mae Brien of Oconto spent Sunday at her home here.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Dionne of Green Bay spent Saturday and Sunday with their parents.
Misses Ella Valley and Laura Varcouiller attended the Firemen’s dance at Oconto Falls Thursday.
The G.H. C’s were entertained by Miss Mary Lutz at a marshmallow toast Tuesday evening.
Little Caroline Valley entertained twenty of her girl friends Saturday afternoon at her eighth birthday anniversary.
Boyd Crane of Oconto Falls passed through her Sunday en route to Oconto in his new car.
Fred Vollmer and Arthur O’Neil of Oconto Falls were callers here Sunday evening.
Mrs. Antone Mathey and son, Peter, and daughter, Stella, went to Marinette Tuesday.
Sol. Pelkey of Oconto was a Lena visitor Tuesday.
Henry Cowls of Wittenberg visited his aunt, Mrs. K.M. Hale here last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Messas of Suring visited Mr. and Mrs. A. Wolfert recently.
Leonard Mathey left Saturday for De Pere where he will make a short visit with friends and relatives. From there he will go to northern Michigan where he will visit with friends and relatives for the next few weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Steere left Monday for Green Bay. From there they will go to California where they intend to spend the next few months.
The Jolly Bunch met with Mrs. Frank Pelkey Tuesday.
Mrs. Roland Gifford and family left for Montana last Tuesday.
Miss Laona Wolfert of Oshkosh spent Sunday here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Wolfert.
Misses Esther and Belle Netzer, Marie Peetz, May Dionne, Miss Lutz, Miss Moll, and Sadie Mason were pleasantly entertained by Mrs. E.D. Robinson at a dinner Sunday noon at the Dionne hotel. A good time was had by all.
Albert Rock and Anna Younk were Marinette visitors Sunday.
Mrs. F.H. Hillyer of Merrill will arrive here Friday for a two weeks’ visit with relatives.
Hers Herman, Mrs. Lucas and Mrs. Willard of Stevens Point spent Monday afternoon with Mrs. K.M. Hale.
The Misses Pelkey, Greenwood and Bassett spent Monday afternoon and evening with Mrs. Anna Gillis.
Mrs. J.L. Reeves returned home after a weeks’ visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Pelkey at Oconto.
Mrs. Nellie Grant was a Lena visitor Sunday.
Miss Belle Netzer visited friends at Coleman last week.
Frank Pavlik, Edward Marcouiller and Burt Rosera of St. Norbert’s college, De Pere spent Saturday and Sunday with their parents in Lena.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pavlik were Oconto visitors last week.
Tom Farley of Green Bay visited friends in Lena Sunday.
William Harley moved from his farm to the village last Saturday to take charge of the telephone company business.
Alex Pelkey was a Stiles visitor Monday.
Homer Brien of Green Bay accompanied by two friends, Gust Van Hanerac and Ed Serjeske visited Mr. and Mrs. Brien Friday and Saturday.
The Misses Minnie Brien and Geraldine Sprumont of Oconto visited Miss Ursula Ringuiette Friday and Saturday.
Alphonse Eparvier, Art O’Neil and Wm. Ringuette spent Memorial Day at Oconto.
Andrew Briton has returned from Green Bay where he went to attend a meeting of the G.A.R.
Mrs. Peter Greenwood of Menominee visited her son, Ben recently.
Misses Belle and Esther Netzer, Marie Peetz and Miss Moll attended the picnic given by Mrs. E. Robinson Monday.
Mrs. Peter Peetz is on the sick list.
Bernard Pelkey and Mrs. E. Robinson were Coleman visitors Thursday.
Mrs. Otto Ziesmer and Children visited in Lena Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. A.W. Titel visited relatives at Green Bay and Greenleaf Saturday.
L.W. Brazeau and son, Alonzo, of Oconto were Lena visitors Tuesday.
The 500 club met with Mrs. I. Wondrash Tuesday.
Mrs. J.L. Reeve returned Monday from a week’s visit at Oconto.
J.L. Reeve spent Sunday in Plymouth.
Grove Lane of Oconto Falls was in town Sunday.
E. Rentmeister, Oconto agent for the Standard Oil Co., accompanied Fred Feldt to Lena on account of the injury to the latter’s back received May 10.
A pleasant gathering of about fifty took place Saturday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Parker, in honor of Mr. Parker’s birthday anniversary. Dainty refreshments were served by the Jolly Bunch wishing Mrs. Mary Parker many happy returns of the day.
Mrs. M. Courtion was pleasantly surprised Friday evening by a crowd of friends and neighbors who wished to remind her of her birthday anniversary.
Walter Imig has a new bicycle.
Mr. Seigler of Town Line was a caller in our vicinity Thursday.
Miss Mabel Greenwood visited at the home of her sister one evening last week.
Alvin, Emma and Eunice Luisier, Marie Lemorande and several others attended the contests at Oconto Falls Wednesday.
Wm. Fox sold his farm will move to Kaukauna.
Miss Celia Behringer closed her school Wednesday. She gave a picnic which all enjoyed.
Chas. Magnin made a business trip to Oconto Falls recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Steady of Green Valley visited their son, Saturday and Sunday.
Miss Rose Greenwood of Little River called in our vicinity Saturday.
C. Couchenett and mother of Oconto Falls passed through her Thursday en route to Lena where they visited relatives and transacted business.
C. VanHolten came home from Green Bay Friday evening.
Those who passed diploma examinations in Dist. No. 4 and will receive diplomas are: Edna and Gladys Heinemann, Mae Krueger, Norine and Alvin Krause and Stella Konicezny.
Edna and Gladys Heineman spent a few days at Green Bay recently.
Miss Edith Tate spent a few days at Chase last week.
Dr. L.D. Gillick and Joe Dominiczak were business callers at J. Krause’s last week.
Otto J. Foss and niece, Miss Irene Knuth, visited Wm. Oleson, at the Oconto County Hospital Tuesday.
Jack Thiede spent Sunday at his home in Abrams.
Mrs. James McCurdie returned home Wednesday from St. Vincent’s hospital
Mrs. Fred Knuth and daughter, Irene, and Miss Ida Foss were Oconto visitors Wednesday.
Miss Verda Marlow of Stiles Junction spent Saturday afternoon and evening with friends here.
Mrs. Fred Johnston was a Lena visitor Thursday.
Miss Freda Maloney spent Wednesday with relatives at Green Bay.
Miss Myrtle Van Boven went to Oconto Tuesday where she will be employed.
Arthur A. Foss, who is employed at Mounted, was the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Foss, over Sunday.
Miss Lee Schroeder spent a few hours at Oconto Falls Wednesday evening.
Mrs. Jack Johnson, Jr., and daughter, Melba, spent a few days at Oconto visiting relatives recently.
Mrs. James Deveraux and daughter, Helen, visited the first of the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McAllister, at Leighton.
Mrs. San Henderson and daughters, Lenora and Ruby, of Milwaukee are guests of the former’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Maloney.
Mrs. Alex Lucas was a business visitor at Oconto Thursday.
Miss Evelyn Rice spent Sunday at Oconto Falls with her mother, Mrs. Emma Rice.
Miss Alice Benkey visited with friends at Green Bay Tuesday and Wednesday.
Mrs. Eugene VanLaanen and daughter, Marjory, were Oconto visitors Wednesday.
Miss Harriett Kiley returned home Wednesday from Iron Mountain, after a three-month visit at the home of her brother, Frank, and family.
Miss Lee Schroeder and Albert Lonzo spent Saturday and Sunday at Green Bay.
Rev. Fr. Buynaert returned home from a visit at Oconto Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Deveraux drove to Lena Saturday evening.
Rutherford Benkey spent a few days with relatives in Milwaukee recently.
The Misses Mildred and Grace Rosencranz and Agnes Smith of Oconto Falls called on Miss Harriett Kiley Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. Robert Lucas went to Oconto Saturday on business.
Mrs. Fred Foss and Son, Otto, visited at the home of Mrs. Fred Mittag at Brookside Friday, making the trip in their auto.
George Shedore was a business visitor at Lena Saturday.
Dick Zeller transacted business at Oconto Wednesday.
Miss Louise Grignon of Appleton spent a few days in town recently.
Miss Zita Ryan is visiting at the home of Wm. McAllister at Leighton for a few weeks.
The Misses Freda Maloney and Mary Granzel were business visitors at Oconto Saturday.
Otto C. Kloepfel of Menasha called on friends here Friday for a few hours.
Jack Thiede was an Oconto visitor Wednesday.
Otto Brunk and son, Arnold, who are employed at Oconto Falls, spent Sunday at their home here.
The Misses Mabel and Pearl Classon of Couillardville visited friends here Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. James Deveraux and daughter, Helen, Mrs. Jos. Deveraux and son, Carl, attended the memorial exercises at Oconto Saturday.
Mrs. Trudeau of Oconto Falls is visiting at the home of James Bedore.
Wm. Crooks spent Sunday at his home at Tremble.
Matt Karlson transacted business at Oconto Saturday.
Mrs. Frank Phinney of Oconto Falls visited her sister, Mrs. John Johnson, Sr., Wednesday.
Mrs. Wilbur McClure and children of Channing, Mich., spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Jarvey.
Mrs. Ernest Foss and son, Ralph, left Monday for a week’s visit at Oconto with the former’s mother, Mrs. Wm. Werth.
Mrs. and Mrs. Emil Fisher of Green Bay spent Sunday with relatives here.
Dr. Krahn of Oconto Falls was in town on professional business Thursday.
Ernest Foss was an Oconto visitor Monday.
Chas. Benkey and son, Charles, Martin O’Hearn and Jack Murray attended the ball game at Lena Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. G. Young and Mr. and Mrs. Alex Young drove to Oconto Sunday in the former’s car to visit friends and relatives.
Messrs. And Mesdames Peter Gomer and Andrew Martineau drove to Lena Sunday.
A crow of young people from here took a trip to Oconto Falls and Spruce Sunday evening, among them were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Winters and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Chas Gregerson and son, Pearl Young, Elenora Young, Carl Lintzmire, Elmer Young, Wm. Procknow, and Sam Winters.
Dr. Gomber of Gillett made a professional call her last week.
Miss Mabel Young and A. LaValley spent Memorial Day at Oconto.
Chas. Gregerson drove to Frostville Sunday to visit relatives.
Misses Gertrude Kiedinger and Kathryn Duffy spent Saturday with friends in Oconto Falls.
Miss Ruby LeVeque of Oconto was here on business Saturday.
Miss Pauline LaBudda returned to Chicago, Ill., to resume her duties.
Albert Konister had a considerable loss, his barn being struck by lightning by Thursday night.
Otto Rusch of Oconto Falls called on his father here, Sunday, who is recovering from a short illness.
Henry Kieforth made a business trip to Oconto recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Simon Tracy of Oconto Falls spent Sunday with friends here.
Mr. MacGrone visited friends here Sunday.
PERSONAL AND LOCAL
Mrs. C.A. Langlois was a Fond du Lac visitor Saturday.
Miss Margaret Riley was a Green Bay visitor Sunday.
Miss Mary Williams returned home from Menominee Sunday evening after a short visit with friends and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Roland Stoelting returned to their home in Milwaukee Sunday.
Charles Heller was a Marinette visitor Sunday.
Miss Ella Weidner visited relatives in Green Bay and Manitowoc Sunday.
Frank Lingelbach, Charles Lingelbach and family, Mr. and Mrs. A.M. Martineau and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mose Pocquette and daughter Josephine and Miss Elsie Splinder attended the baseball game between Wausau and the Twins at Menominee Sunday.
Miss Clara Driscoll went to Green Bay Saturday evening.
Edwin Wittaker of Ishpeming came home Friday evening to visit his mother, Mrs. Al Wittaker.
Mrs. W.L. Bovee was a Green Bay visitor Saturday.
Walter Mann was a Marinette visitor Sunday.
Mrs. V.S. Keene of Green Bay visited her son, Roy in the city Saturday.
B.N. Ward left Sunday for Flint, Mich., to attend the national convention of the E.F.U.
Dr. Gomber of Gillett was in the city Wednesday.
Will Cleary of Marinette was in the city yesterday on business.
Mrs. Irving Ainsworth of Green Bay visited in the city yesterday.
George Leveille of Peshtigo was in the city last evening.
Miss Clara Moeser was a guest of relatives at Green Bay Saturday.
Mr. F.W. Gerrish is here from Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., to spend the week with her husband.
Miss Gwen Perry left yesterday for Elgin, Ill., where she will spend the summer with her aunt, Mrs. C.E. Sisson.
William Harley of Lena was in the city on business Tuesday.
Herman Dieck of Suring transacted business in the city yesterday.
Mrs. A.H. Robinson of Green Bay is visiting friends and relatives in the city this week.
Bud Davis of Marinette was in the city Tuesday.
Henry and Louis Erdmann of Brookside are in the city today.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stark of Milwaukee visited with Mrs. Christian the last of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lince of Big Suamico attended the Memorial services here Saturday.
Peter Peterson of Chilton was in Abrams last week.
Jos. Touchette of Coleman visited in Abrams Saturday.
Chas Hampel of Randville was in Abrams the first of the week.
Herman Linderman of Channing spent part of last week with relatives in Abrams.
L.S. Whitcomb was a business caller in Oconto Monday.
Miss Couillard, our primary teacher, will leave for Cedar Rapids, Iowa, this week. She is going to specialize in penmanship.
Frank McGregor is home from Channing.
Mr. I.T. Grenfell and daughter, Melba, of Sheboygan visited with the former’s mother, Mrs. John Peters, the last of the week.
Miss Bessie Janssen spent Sunday at her home. She returned to Oconto Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. James Lince left for the Dakotas Monday, where they will stay for a while for Mr. Lince’s health.
Miss Eva Janssen has returned from Marinette. She has been staying with her sister, Mrs. John Liegeois, Jr., for the past few weeks.
Miss Couillard spent Sunday at her home in Couillardville.
Miss Evelyn Bond of Oconto was the guest of Miss Helen Delano last week.
Simon Engle has purchased a Ford roadster.
Miss Boyd has returned to Milwaukee after a successful year of teaching here.
C.A. Speaker is building cement sidewalks in front of his property in Abrams.
CARD OF THANKS - -We wish to extend our sincere thanks to the neighbors and friends and especially to the members of the F.R.A., E.F.U., I.O.O.F. and G.A.R for their kindness and sympathy at the time of the death of our daughter and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Koch and Family
Mrs. F. Schumacher and little daughter, Avyla, of Oconto are visiting Mrs. Schumacher’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. Hendricks this week.
Ed Feterley of County Line was seen on our streets Sunday evening.
Miss Florence Ama who is employed at Lena spent Saturday at home.
Herbert Gauthier and George VanHecke spent Sunday at the Hendricks home.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hurion of Marinette who have spent the past week with Mrs. Hurion’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gordon returned to Marinette Sunday evening.
Miss Fanny Hendricks, who has been seriously ill with pneumonia the past month, is able to sit up a little each day, which her many friends will be glad to hear.
Fred and Andrew Schumacher of Oconto were visitors in our vicinity Sunday.
Miss Julia DeBeare who has been employed at Oconto for sometime is now at home.
Mr. and Mrs. Hempler and son, John and Joseph drove to Oconto Sunday.
Miss Hilda Boetcher who was operated upon at the Oconto County Hospital was able to return home Saturday.
Misses Helen and Jen Ketter returned Tuesday after spending a few days at Fenwood, Edgar and Bear Creek.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Dieck and Mrs. George Gisch were Oconto callers last week.
C.W. Gillmore of Shawano spent the first of the week here.
Gilbert Thielke spent several days of last week at Green Bay.
Will Wagner spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives at Marion.
Rae Frisbie of Gillett was in town Monday.
Miss Emma Radloff, sales lady at the Wagner Bros. store is enjoying a few months vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Thielke and children and Miss Sara Donald spent Saturday and Sunday at Clintonville and Bear Creek.
Mrs. F. Moser and Chloe Thielke returned Friday from Manitowoc.
Wm. Munsert of Oconto Falls was in town Wednesday.
Carl Buckholtz has purchased a new Detroiter car.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Thielke spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives at Bear Creek and Clintonville.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank STackpole and children were at Green Bay Sunday to see Miss Blanche who is in the hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. L.J. LaCourt and Children spent Sunday with relatives at Oconto Falls.
T.E. Daems returned from Green Bay Friday.
John Masser and wife spent Sunday at Lena with friends.
H. Serier and wife were Oconto Falls callers Sunday.
Miss Clara Yakel, who is employed at Eagle River, spent Monday afternoon here with friends.
Miss Lillie Sorenson of Bonduel attended the picnic at Hayes Monday evening.
Mrs. Fred Gripentrog of Mountain visited relatives here recently.
Several shanties burned at Beyerville Saturday evening.
Wm. Zingler and family were Breed visitors Sunday.
Mrs. John H. Johnson spent the first of the week at Hayes with F. Luebeck and family.
Mr. and Mrs. C.J. Hanson of Mason City, Iowa, arrived in town Monday to visit Mrs. Hanson’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. John U. Johnson, at Hayes.
Miss Marie Jensen, who is employed at Oshkosh, is visiting at Hayes.
Ole Sorenson spent a few days of last week at Bonduel with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Saunders and Mrs. Hodgins of Saunders, Mich., arrived here last week.
Miss Eva Bergman attended the Junior prom at Gillett Thursday evening.
Mrs. John Melchoir of Manistique, Mich. Arrived here Tuesday to visit relatives.
Mrs. R.F. Zuehlke left Tuesday evening for Green Bay and Oshkosh.
George Stengel visited relatives at Green Bay last week.
A. Gillis of Oconto Falls was a noted caller here recently.
Louis LaCourt, proprietor of the Ten Cent store made a business trip to Green Bay recently.
Mr. and Mrs. H.P. Sorenson and Miss Lettie Aldrich spent Sunday at the Armstrong home in Oconto Falls.
Miss Linda Frankon of Shawano is a guest at the E.F. Buss home.
Miss Elsie, Clara and Fred Gerndt were Oconto Falls visitors Sunday.
Miss Hilda and Harriett Yakel left Tuesday evening for Oconto Falls.
Miss Halnon spent Wednesday at Oconto Falls.
Mrs. A.L. Collins of Breed was in town Sunday.
E.F. Buss and family were Shawano visitors Sunday.
Miss Clara Good is visiting at Oconto Falls.
Aug. Giese and family spent Monday with relatives at Breed.
The following pupils received eighth grade diplomas:
Metal Yakel, Walter Dieck, Tracy Vandenberg, Harriett Buchberger, Earl Buss, Cora Stackpole, and Roger Smith.
Herman Bartz drove to Coleman and Pound last week Thursday with his auto on business, Chris Madison and August Radloff accompanied him.
August F. Gehling of Oconto Falls who has the contract for the reinforced bridge over the South Branch of the Oconto River, on the road going to Breed was here last week Tuesday on business.
John Hoffs left for Oconto last Thursday on business.
The Morton family will leave soon, as Miss Nettie Morton has a position to teach sewing in a girls’ government school.
Otto Pecott came down from Newald Friday to visit friends here.
Last Monday a picnic was given by Charles Thieme in his grove near Hayes, which was well attended.
It was reported that Charles Schoss, a young man from here who is working in Oconto Falls was operated upon for appendicitis at the Oconto County Hospital.
Frank Adlebush, Jr., attended the dance at Hayes Monday evening.
Mrs. L. Buckman and daughter, Rella, made a trip to Green Bay Tuesday.
Frank Feifarek and Lurella Buckman attended the dance at Hayes Monday evening.
A. Breilb of Algoma was in town Saturday.
Miss Frieda Firgens spent Sunday and Monday at home.
Ted McCartney made his trip around Monday.
The blacksmith shop of August Kuehl at Breed was consume by fire on Decoration Day.
Miss Frieda Firgens spent Friday evening with Mrs. C.M. David.
Miss Nettie Martin was sewing at the Buckman and David homes last week.
C.M. David made a trip to Hayes Sunday.
Mrs. Wm. Davis and Frieda Firgens were Suring callers Tuesday evening.
C.M. David made a trip to August Firgens’ Tuesday.
Mrs. Abe Collier visited at Frank Stackpole’s Tuesday.
Mrs. L. Buckman spent Saturday evening in Suring.
Mr. Fedler purchased an auto of Mr. Kilmer last week.
Miss Lillie Mills has arrived home from Montana, where she had been teaching.
Mrs. W. Carlson of Oconto Falls is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Mills here.
Fred Longard and James Smith have each purchased a new team.
Miss Broetzman of Green Valley visited relatives here recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Clayton, Jr. of Oconto passed through here Saturday en route to Lena.
Mr. Geo. DeCloux and daughter, Mary Agnes, and Mrs. John Lawler and son, Orville, were callers at the Marek residence Friday evening.
Andrew Rogalski spent a pleasant afternoon in Oconto Sunday.
Miss Minnie Brien of Oconto spent a few days with friends in this vicinity recently.
Miss Mildred Marek and Walter Huss of Baraboo, Wis., went to Little Suamico Saturday where they accompanied a party of young folks on a fishing trip Sunday.
Mrs. Fred Cota and son, Raymond, of Menominee and Miss Mae Pierre of Oconto spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rabe.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Draeger and family of Louisville and Mr. and Mrs. F. Tiegs of Oconto called on relatives in this vicinity Sunday.
Mrs. Clare Rabe returned home recently from Stiles where she had been visiting relatives.
Dr. J.F. Rose was seen on our streets one day recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wyent visited Mrs. Wyent’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Ellmann Sunday.
Mrs. Rudolph Ellmann of Oconto went to Lena to consult a doctor for her health.
Mrs. Robert Rimple and Mrs. Joe Ponash called on Lena friends Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Frosch visited at the home of R. Telford Sunday.
Miss Emma Ellman and Treffly Lenneville spent Saturday at Oconto.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rimple called on the former’s brother, Robert Rimple, and family Thursday.
PERSONAL AND LOCAL
Miss Lillian DonLevy went to Marinette Wednesday.
J.H. Kampo was called to Appleton Wednesday by the serious illness of his father.
Armidas Pocquette, Tom Roddy, Victor Brazeau, Xavier Pocquette, John Brown, Fred Koeppen, Mort Mortensen, Charles Davis, C. Cole, Carl Neuman, Art Fabry, O.B. Parisey, and Ray Reed attended the baseball game at Menominee Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Grunert of Green Bay spent Saturday with relatives in the city.
Miss Margaret Prell visited Mrs. Edna Smith at Green Bay recently.
Burt Peterson of Marinette was in the city yesterday.
Claude Menkee was a business visitor in Abrams Monday.
Mrs. H.G. Downey of Markesan, Wis., is a guest of her daughter, Mrs. Arthur Lyle, this week.
Byron A. Holyoke returned home Tuesday evening from Marquette University, Milwaukee, to spend his vacation.
Hon. John Gross of Little Suamico was in the city yesterday.
Donald MacQueen and son, Blair, went to Menominee Sunday to attend the ball game.
E. Schumacher was a Marinette visitor Wednesday.
Mrs. Alex Lyle of Fox Lake and Mrs. S.W. Randell of Mortan, New York, visited the home of their son and brother, Arthur Lyle, this week.
Charles Stibbe of Peshtigo visited friends in the city Sunday evening.
Miss Ora Smith was a Marinette visitor Wednesday.
Clarence Halloran, Ray Urquhart and Clyde Davis went to Milwaukee Tuesday where they will be employed.
Dr. W.G. Oliver let Saturday for Flint, Mich., to attend the national convention of the E.F.U.
Agnes Herald of Green Bay was an Oconto visitor Saturday.
Mrs. B. Spencer returned to her home here this week after spending the winter in Denver, Col. and Wichita, Kansas.
Rev. Fr. Vanier went to Fond du Lac Tuesday.
Mrs. Percy Wilkins of the Palace Jewelry store left today for a few weeks vacation. She will visit the Black Hills, St. Louis and Chicago to buy goods for the store.
MRS. THOMAS MCCARTHY DIED at her home in Green Bay last Friday at 11:20 P.M. after having suffered a general breakdown and being ill for about a year. Deceased was born in Oconto and would have been 46 years old if she had lived until next September. About 24 years ago she was married in Marinette to Thomas McCarthy who was killed in an accident about 15 years ago. In recent years, she had been engaged in nursing. She is survived by three sisters, Mrs. Despin of Ishpeming, Mrs. Piera and Miss Genevieve O’Hare of Chicago and two brothers, Arthur and Mathew O’Hare. Her remains were brought to Oconto at 11 o’clock Monday A.M. and taken direct to the Catholic cemetery where they were laid at rest, Rev. Fr. Selbach officiating.
IN CIRCUIT COURT
In the trial of the case of Dorn vs. Christensen Tuesday just as Attorney A.P. Lehner was striking the jury he fainted and, while he recovered in a few moments, J.B. Chase was called in to try the case.
State of Wisconsin vs. Fred Willman. Assault. Settled.
State of Wisconsin vs. David Remington. Assault. Guilty. Fine and costs.
State of Wisconsin vs. Peter Russell and Joseph Pasheek. Russell paroled in care of Tom Maloney and Pasheek paroled in care of J.B. Chase.
State of Wisconsin vs. Louis LeClair. Abandenment. Verdict Not Guilty.
State of Wisconsin vs. Fred Willman. Assault. Settled.
State of Wisconsin vs. Jessie Gillmere. Violation of Game Laws. Continued.
Estate of James McEwing, hearing on petition of Lena McEwing for the appointment of herself as administratrix. Appointment made.
Estate of George Young, hearing on claims. Decision rendered.
Guardianship of Fred Christiansen, insane, hearing on petition of Chas Christiansen for the appointment of himself as guardian of Fred Christiansen, insane and now an inmate of the Northern Hospital for Insane at Winnebago, Wisconsin.
Guardianship of William Meles, Sr. hearing on petition of William Meles, Jr. for the appointment of himself as general guardian for William Meles, Sr. Petition withdrawn and action dismissed.
Estate of James J. Riordan, hearing on final account of Mary E. Riordan administratrix and petition for final settlement. Account allowed and estate assigned to heirs.
Estate of William K. Smith, hearing on contested claim of Ullman and Hirsch adjourned until the regular September term of County Court.
Estate of Frank A. Steere, hearing on final account of C.H. Steere and petition of final settlement.
Estate of Frank Havlik, hearing on final account of Frank Havlike and petition for final settlement. Account allowed and estate assigned to heirs.
Estate of Frederick Wenzel, hearing on claims. No claims filed.
Estate of Joseph Kurten, petition filed for appointment of Ruse Kurten as administratrix.
Estate of N.L. McCausland, petition filed for the final settlement of said estate and account of Ed. Millidge filed.
Guardianship of Stanley Jagielo, petition filed for the appointment of a guardian for Stanley Jagielo, insane. Ordered heard June 30, 1914
June 18, 1914
Transcribed by: Janet McNeil
Liquor, a Woman, Two Men and a Revolver
A woman, liquor, two men and a revolver made a bad and rather explosive combination last Friday nigh and in consequence Thomas Flynn landed in the hospital and George Barlament and the woman in jail.
After imbibing too freely Flynn, a lumber grader, who had a wife and two children boarding at the Megan House, visited the home of a woman of unsavory reputation. A little later Barlament appeared on the scene and Flynn crawled under the bed, Barlament opened fire with a revolver and three shots struck Flynn, one passing through the fleshy part of his arm, another from his side to his back and another entered a foot just below the big toe and is imbedded in the foot below the instep. He has so far recovered as to go to his home in Antigo.
Barlament skipped for the country but returned the next day and gave himself up to Sheriff Rusch. He was arraigned before Justice DonLevy Tuesday morning on a charge of assault with intent to kill, waived examination and was held for trial in circuit court. His bonds were placed at $5000, which he has been unable to furnish and is in jail.The woman in the case was arrested and fine $50 for drunkenness and held as a witness in the shooting affray, bonds being fixed at $2000 which she has been unable to furnish and remains in jail.
June 25, 1914
Transcribed by: Janet McNeil
Arrangements were completed yesterday by and between Leon Friedman, representing the Auto Polodrome Co. of San Francisco, and Secretary Chase of the Oconto County Fair Association, for the staging of an automobile, motocycle and aerplane race meeting at the Oconto Fair grounds on Wednesday, July 22.
Mrs. Christ Pietersen was very pleasantly surprised Tuesday afternoon by ten of her lady friends, the occasion being her 45th birthday anniversary.
Mort Morrison, an employee of the Holt Lumber company was badly injured while working on the landing last Friday.
of the U.S. engineering department
arrived in the harbor last Friday with a large load of stone to be used
in the construction of the new light house.
August 8, 1914
Transcribed by: Janet McNeil
DELEGATE TO CHICAGO
Mrs. Jake Scherer left Monday for Chicago to attend the convention of the Catholic Order of Foresters as a delegate from the order in this city.
VOTE FOR A.J. WHITCOMB for Member of Assembly
Mr. Whitcomb is a former, was born on a farm thirty years ago, and at the present time is farming in the town of Pensaukee. Besides farming, Mr. Whitcomb has been engaged as workman in mills, factories, and lumber woods, thus acquainting himself with the working man’s situation. He has taught in the rural schools of this county, one year in the town of Little Suamico and one year in the town of Oconto.
BOARDERS TAKEN by the day or week Mrs. H. Luck, 1404 Main Street
KILLED IN AUTO WRECK
Sidney Nagelstock of Fremont, Heb., brother of Mrs. Joseph Heller of this city, was killed in Fremont when the steering wheel of his auto, in which he was driving broke. He was 24 years old and had made a number of friends in Oconto during several visits here. The funeral was held Monday with interment at Omaha. Mrs. and Mrs. Heller left here last Saturday evening to attend and have not yet returned home.
C.A. SMITH SAFE
American Consul at Batum Cables All is Well On the 20th V.J. O’Kelliher wrote Senator Stephenson asking him to make inquiry as to the safety of Mr. and Mrs. C.A. Smith whose friends were becoming alarmed as to their safety on account of the war conditions. Mr. Smith who is a son of the late W.K. Smith is in charge of a mine for an English syndicate at Alexandrovsky near Batum in southeastern Russia. Senator Stephenson took the matter up with the secretary of state’s department and on the 24th a cablegram was received from the American consul at Batum saying the Smiths were safe and the mine in operation.
RETURNED FROM CRUISE
J. Will Wishkas the photographer returned Monday morning from a two weeks’ cruise with a party of friends down the Fox River and around Lake Winnebago. The party stopped at different places along way and had a most enjoyable time. While away his studio was in the hands of painters and renovators and he is now again prepared to cater to his many customers.
DESERVES CARNEGIE MEDAL
Heroism of James Ramsay Should Be Rewarded
The heroism of James Ramsay in pulling two boys about his own age from the water and undoubtedly saving their lives near Sturgeon Bay July 10 deserves recognition with a Carnegie Medal. Word of the affair was kept quiet and the boys made light of it at first through fear of alarming their parents and relatives.
A number of the boys from here were picking cherries near Sturgeon Bay and at this time had gone to swim at the stone quarries. Chester Morris was assisting Gail Kennedy in learning to swim and the two were warned by James Ramsay who was swimming out farther from shore that they were getting to deep water. Just at that time the bottom dipped precipitately and before Chester could turn Gail back they were in deep water and Gail, becoming frightened had grabbed Chester about the neck so he could make little headway.
After warning the other boys of the depth James dove and when he came up from under the water could see nothing of them. He immediately swam to their assistance and succeeded in getting them to shore although he had to break young Kennedy’s hold on him at one time and catch him in a different place so that he could not interfere with his efforts.
After they reached shore Chester was able to walk about half a mile to their quarters, with assistance, but when he reached there became unconscious and remained so for about two hours. A doctor was called and succeeded in expelling a large quantity of water from his lungs. James and Gail suffered little from their experience and all are all right although Chester was rather sore for sometime after.
James and Chester are 16 years old and Gail 15.
Mrs. A.V. Classon entertained a number of friends Friday afternoon at auction bridge at her home on Main street. A dainty five o’clock luncheon was served. Mrs. R.H. English received first prize and Miss Gae Ferguson the consolation trophy. A most enjoyable afternoon was spent.
Wm Henry of Oconto Falls spent Sunday at the Barrett residence.
John Kiedinger is on the sick list.
Rev. Fr. J.J. Looze of Oconto Falls called at the Kiedinger residence Saturday.
Miss Josie Grogan of St. James, Minn., is visiting her uncle, Tom Duffy, here.
Tom Duffy and sons drove to Krakow Sunday.
Mrs. Walter Kieforth of Spruce spent the latter part of last weeks with relatives here.
Frank Bennett returned to his home in Chicago Saturday.
Merl Coopman of Oconto Falls is visiting her grandparents, Mrs. and Mrs. John Carroll.
Carl Wilka last a horse since our last issue.
Raymond Riordan made a business trip to Breed last week.
The Misses Maloney of Green Bay are visiting at the home of their aunt, Mrs. John Carroll.
Norman Forcier is visiting relatives here this week.
Miss August LaBuda returned to Green Valley, after spending several days at her home here.
Chas Barrett drove to Green Valley Tuesday.
Wm. Jeske and Fred Holl drove to Suring Monday.
Gust Marquardt, Ferdinand Pacholke and Ernest Kolberg left for Richmond Tuesday where they will be employed.
Miss Mathilda Kolberg left for Cecil Monday where she will spend a few days with her sister, Mrs. Paul Bahnke.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Holl left for Green Bay Thursday where they will spend a few days with relatives.
John Schuster of Suring put up lightning rods on the school of District Joint 9 Friday.
Paul Kolberg drove to Cecil Saturday.
Mrs. Minnie Holl and family spent Sunday at Hayes.
Personal and Local
Rev. And Mrs. H. Eisenbach left for an extended visit in Chicago and Detroit this week.
Mr. and Mrs. William Smith were Green Bay visitors last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Leigh who have been visiting the former’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Leigh, returned to their home in Milwaukee Saturday.
Miss Lucy Dorr who has been visiting relatives in the city the past three weeks left Saturday for a short visit with relatives in Chicago, before returning to her home in Boston.
Miss Lillian LeFebre was a Peshtigo visitor Saturday.
Miss Mae Gerhert of Oconto Falls spent Sunday with relatives here.
Mrs. W. E. Ross and daughter, Mildred, left last week for a short visit with relatives in Fond du Lac.
Robert Perry spent Saturday and Sunday visiting friends in Shawano.
Mrs. M. Arbuckle of Waddington, N.Y. is visiting her sister, Mrs. C. R. Keith, in the city.
Miss Hattie MacAllister returned home from Chicago and Milwaukee last week.
Miss Della St. Peter was a Green Bay visitor Saturday.
Miss Helen Claire Manning who had been visiting at Juneau, Clyman and Watertown returned to her home in the city Saturday.
The Misses Rose and Addie Pocan left for Escanaba last week to visit relatives.
Miss Irene Kelly of Escanaba stopped over here Friday for a short visit with friends while on her way home from Appleton.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Mueller of St. Louis, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. W. Prange of New Douglas, Ill., returned to their houses last week, after a three weeks’ visit with Rev. and Mrs. Eisenbach.
Miss Isabel Farrell left for Milwaukee last Friday, after spending a month with her sister, Mrs. Jas. P. Smith.
Mrs. and Mrs. Thomas McDowell, daughter, Edna, and son, Wilton, went to Mrs. McDowell’s old home at Wild Rose last week. Lelah Larsen accompanied them to her home at that place. Samuel MacDowell went down on the train and returned in the car. They went by way of Shawano and Waupaca and returned by was of Oshkosh and Green Bay.
David Turner and Miss Georgia Tripp went to Milwaukee Monday to purchase fall stock of millinery and study the styles.
Mrs. Emma Patzer was a Stiles visitor Friday and Saturday.
Fr. Klemish of Marinette spent Sunday here.
Miss Minerva Ryan of Marinette spent Sunday with relatives here.
C. D. Post of Shawano was in the city on business Tuesday.
B. Briggs of Fond du Lac spent Sunday in the city.
Miss Marie Fabry went to Marinette last week.
Miss Ann Geschke has resumed her duties in Goodrich and Martineau Co’s. store, after a few weeks’ illness with a sprained ankle.
S. Goodman and daughters, Margaret and Ida, attended the wedding of Mr. Goodman’s niece at Fond du Lac Sunday.
Mrs. S. E. Partlow and Mrs. R. B. Morris attended the Marinette County picnic at Peshtigo Saturday.
Miss Anna Wilhelm of Seattle, Wash., visited at Oconto Falls this week.
Mrs. Jess Gray of Marinette spent Saturday with friends in the city.
Mrs. Dufano and daughter, Mrs. Benson were Peshtigo visitors last week.
Miss Stella Waldron of Oconto Falls, who had been spending her vacation here returned home last week.
TOWN OF OCONTO
Milton and Elsie Pelkey drove to Oconto Monday on business.
George and Antone Alberts transacted business at Lena Tuesday.
Mrs. Ed. Buchey and little son are visiting friends and relatives in Rhinelander.
Mrs. Tom Leigh of Crandon is visiting relatives in our vicinity.
Mrs. John LaBarge of Wittenberg, Wis., spent a few days last week with her mother, Mrs. Julia Allie.
Mrs. Euseb Mineau of Cream City and sister, Mrs. Ben Cayo of Green Bay visited at the home of Chester Allie Saturday.
The Misses Ida and Lena Deviller of Stiles spent Sunday at the home of Peter Alberts.
Miss Edith Brown and sister, Hattie, of Milwaukee are visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Brown here.
Dr. Fairfield of Green Bay was called here Friday to see Mrs. Julia Allie who is very ill with diabetes.
Last Thursday while Mrs. O’Brien Boyce was starting fire in the kitchen stove with kerosene her clothes caught fire and she was badly burned. She was taken to the Oconto County Hospital for treatment.
Will Allie has rented his farm to J. McMonagle of Oconto for three years. Mr. Allie is this week loving his household goods to Wabeno where he will be employed.
Those from here who attended to Magic Lantern and program at Hickory were Mr. and Mrs. Alex Young and daughter, Miss Elonora, and son Robert, and Miss Hazel Gomber.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Gomber and Miss Hazel drove to Oconto Sunday.
Miss Mabel Young and A. LaValley drove to Claywood Sunday.
Earl Tillman of Claywood called on relatives here last week.
Bert Cole, the oil man of Gillett was seen in this vicinity last week.
PERSONAL AND LOCAL
Mrs. F Erdman of Abrams was an Oconto visitor Sunday and Monday.
Miss Ora Smith spent Sunday with friends at Marinette.
Misses Marie and Molly Byron of Green Bay spent Sunday at their home in the city.
Miss Frankie Ballard of Chicago is visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. U. Cole here.
Warren Smith of Milwaukee is spending his vation with relatives here.
Godfrey Clayton of Marinette spent Sunday with friends in the city.
Elsworth Norton of Marinette spent Sunday with friends in the city.
Mrs. Josephine Harris returned home from Chicago and Milwaukee Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Mueller, Mr. and Mrs. W. Prange, Rev. and Mrs. H. Eisenbach and Mrs. Emma Patzer were Oconto Falls and Morgan visitors.
Miss Stephenson of Tacoma, Wash, is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Grandall.
Dr. and Mrs. R. S. McKee of Connellsville, Pa., have returned home, after spending the past week with Mrs. Louise Wiseman. They were accompanied by their daughter, Helen, who spent the summer here.
Mrs. John Murphy was a Green Bay visitor Wednesday.
Miss Mary Martineau of Marinette spent yesterday with friends in the city.
Mrs. J. S. Millen, Mrs. Warren, Harry Williams and Earl Millen drove to Marinette today in the Millen car.
Mrs. M. P. Bellow was a Marinette visitor Saturday.
Earl Millen made a business trip to Green Bay yesterday.
Mrs. and Mrs. T. A. Pamperin motored to Marinette Sunday.
George Pendell of Racine who had been visiting at the Langlois home on Brazeau avenue returned to his home Saturday.
Charles Porterfield and Joseph Fisher drove to Marinette in the Porterfield car Sunday.
The Misses Esther and Mathilda Eggner of Marinette attended the dance here Tuesday evening.
Mrs. Will Luck and two children are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Luck.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Ellis of Chicago who have been spending the summer at Kelly Lake attended the dance here Tuesday.
Mrs. J. N. Dehut returned home from Menominee hospital yesterday.
George Prochaska left yesterday for Ewen, Mich., where he will be employed.
Miss Alva Dehut was a Marinette and Menominee visitor Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Cleveland visited in Oconto Falls over Sunday.
Miss Eva Waldron had the misfortune to break her arm while visiting at the home of A. E. Cleveland last Week.
Mrs. Mose Parisey and three children have returned to their home in Marinette, after a visit with relatives and friends in the city.
Wm. Schenke spent Sunday in Menominee.
Father Campbell was a Marinette visitor Tuesday.
Charles Lingelbach went to Lakewood Wednesday.
Warren Smith went to De Pere Wednesday to attend the Brown Co. Fair.
B. N. Ward has commended moving his confectionery and ice cream business to the rooms formerly occupied by the Reporter which have been nicely fitted up for the purpose and will make an attractive place. He expects to open up for business in his new quarters Saturday.
Miss Adena Erdman had her tonsils removed Saturday morning at the Oconto County Hospital. She is getting along nicely.
Operations were performed on the following, at the hospital last week.
Charles Rhodess of Pensaukee, Tuesday, James Murphy, Wednesday, Joe Taylor of Stiles Friday, Joe Schedler, Saturday, Mrs. Klozotsky, last Week Tuesday and Julian Sharrow last week Tuesday.
Miss Marie Langlois pleasantly entertained twenty friends at a party given at her home Friday evening in honor of George Pendell of Racine. Games were enjoyed and nice refreshments were served.
Miss Olivia Monson spent the past week at the A. B. Larson home at Hintz.
Mrs. Ernest Corey and son, and Mrs. Herman Farr of Breed, returned Monday, after a week’s visit at Edgar with relatives.
Millard Johnson left on his motorcycle Tuesday for his home at Madison.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Allen and Mrs. S. Frost of Mountain were callers here the last part of last week.
Miss Emma Radloff spent Thursday at Clintonville.
Herman Bartlett of Gillett spent Sunday here.
Miss Birdie Ketter returned from Plymouth Sunday.
Miss Hattie Wescott of Gillett spent Sunday at the J. F. Hougard home.
James Calhoun of Shawano is visiting his daughter, Mrs. J. C. Stengel, here.
Mrs. H. G. Hyler of Duluth, Minn., is visiting at the Gust Erickson home at Frostville.
Miss Emma Larson who had been at Evanston, Ill., for an extended time returned to her home here Tuesday.
Miss Emma Mueller who visited her sister, Mrs. Thos. Johnson at Denmark the past week, returned here Tuesday and began clerking at the E. F. Buss store.
J. J. Johnston and Miss Dagmar Johnson autoed to Green Bay and spent Sunday there with friends.
Miss Nettie Wright of Breed was a caller here last week.
Mrs. Hans Hanson spent the past week at Milwaukee getting her fall millinery.
Miss Myrtle Stibbe left for her home at Peshtigo Monday evening.
Mrs. Gollin of Orange, California, is visiting at the O. Wagner home.
Mr. and Mrs. John Calhoun of Kelley Brook spent Sunday at the J. C. Stengel home.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Thielke and Miss Myrtle Stibbie autoed to Cecil Sunday and visited at the Al Schultz home.
The Misses Alvina Olson, Anna Masser, Myrtle Stibbie, Blanche Stackpole, Hulda Erickson and Sara Donald and Messrs. Harry Hanson, Bill and Herman Grunwaldt, Millard Johnson, Elmer Groninger and Louis Zingler attended the dance at Green Valley Saturday evening and report a grand time.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Gisch and daughter, Verna, and Ruth Bratz left Sunday for Bonduel, Reedsville and Manitowoc to visit relatives.
Miss Palma Olson of Oconto Falls visited here the first part of the week.
Mr. and Mr. L. J. LaCourt left Sunday evening for Milwaukee and Chicago.
Wm. Boettcher spent Sunday at Mountain.
Mr. and Mr. F. Stackpole, Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Donald and Mrs. W. E. Randell spent Sunday at the B. Armstrong home at Oconto Falls.
Harry Bartz of Mountain spent Sunday at the Herman Dieck home.
Arthur Hougard returned from Chicago Monday.
John Miller, Robt. Grignon and Wm. Wagner spent Saturday at Oconto.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Gisch and Clara Yakel spent Saturday at Oconto.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hannon and children of Coleman spent Sunday at the Aug. Giese hom.
Earl Buss is visiting relatives at Green Bay.
Mrs. Wm. Frankon of Green Bay spent Sunday here with E. F. Buss and family.
Miss Leila Hooten of Oconto who has been visiting Ursulla Ranguette the past two weeks returned home Tuesday.
Mrs. Frank Kruippi of Tigerton spent several days of last week here with her brother, F. G. Bohmann.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sorenson will leave the last of the week for Soperton where they will make their future home.
Mr. and Mrs. Nels Hanson of Mason City, Iowa, are visiting here.
Edmund Thompson of Wabeno is visiting his parents, J. Thompson, and family.
Miss Phoebe Duame returned home Monday from Milwaukee after a few days’ visit.
Claude Caldie returned home from Marinette last Wednesday accompanied by his brother, Thomas, who has recovered from his operation.
Harry McIver of Antigo spent Sunday with his parents here.
John Buechel spent a few hours in Appleton Monday.
William Duame, Sr. returned home from Lakewood last week.
Misses Mae and Blanche Kenney visited a few days of last weeks with relatives in Elm Grove.
Joseph McCloskey returned home from a visit in Canada last week.
John LeFave went to Oconto Falls Monday where he will be employed.
Mr. and Mrs. James Deveraux and daughter of Stiles called at the home of William McAllister Sunday.
Mrs. C. Kenney visited her mother, Mrs. Clare Rabe of Elm Grove last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Grade were business callers in Lena last Thursday.
Mrs. Wm. Grade, Sr. is visiting her daughter in Channing.
Misses Jennie Lucas and Emma Foss of Stiles visited our cheese factory last Friday.
Rev. Fr. Buyheart was an Oconto visitor Saturday.
The Misses Theresa McCarthy and Nellie Murray spent a few hours at Oconto Falls Wednesday evening.
Otto J. Foss transacted business at Green Bay Thursday.
Miss Margaret Hartl of Lena spent Tuesday here with friends.
Mrs. M. Dailey of Oconto is visiting with friends here.
Mrs. Frank Kiley and daughter Frances, of Iron Mountain visited at the home of James Kiley here Thursday.
Mrs. James Bedore was an Oconto Falls visitor Thursday.
The Misses Jennie and Mae Lucas were visitors at Oconto Saturday.
Art Brunk and Bart Murray drove to Lena Friday evening.
Miss Agnes McCarthy returned to Milwaukee Thursday, after a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Steve McCarthy.
Misses Belle Albright and Mabel Willard of Peshtigo are the guests of the latter’s sister, Mrs. Fred Johnson.
Miss Emma Foss went to Green Bay Saturday.
Miss Marion Davis of Oconto was the guest of her friend, Miss Evelyn Bedore this week.
Mrs. M. Scanlon was a Lena caller Thursday.
Mr. R. J. Goggins of Oconto Falls was seen on our streets Thursday.
Emil Everix of Wausaukee was a business visitor in town Saturday.
Chas. Benkey and son, Ted, transacted Business at Green Bay Saturday.
Misses Irene and Ruby Werth of Oconto spent a few days with their sister, Mrs. Jack Jarvey.
Miss Lee Schroeder spent Friday with friends at Green Bay.
George Shedore went to Lena on business Saturday.
Wm. Crooks, section foreman spent Sunday at his home at Tremble.
Mrs. Maurice Shepro returned to her home at International Falls Monday, after visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Colburn.
Will Lucas and Leonard Marlow called on friends at Oconto Falls Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Pavlik and son, Frank, spent Sunday at Kelley Brook.
Hermis Harley, Eva and Amelia Allie attend the picnic at Best Lake Sunday.
Rose and Libbie Wondrash visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Trepanier at Oconto.
Rose and Will Mleziva are spending a few days at Spruce with their brother, Mike.
Miss Marie Laduron of Green Bay is visiting her sister, Louise.
Wm. Needham of Crystal Falls, Mich., visiting at LaPlant’s.
Miss Lula Ruehle of Niagara is visiting at LaPlant’s.
Theresa Dionne entertained a few of her girl friends at a six o’clock dinner Sunday, the occasion being her birthday anniversary. A very pleasant time was had by all.
Martha Pelkey returned Friday from Welcome, after an extended visit with friends and relatives.
Frank Pavlik and mother, Marie Laduron and Odile Dionne made a flying trip to Kelley Brook Monday in the former’s car. They were accompanied back by Minnie and Helen Manik, who will spend a few days at the Pavlik home.
Louis Valley who had been in Mountain the past week came home Monday night.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Pelkey of Neshkoro who have been visiting relatives here the past week returned home Tuesday
Edith Brown who is employed at Milwaukee is spending a month’s vacation at home.
Mrs. W. Needham returned home Friday evening from Gladstone.
Mrs. Tiegs returned from Chicago and Milwaukee where she has just purchased her fall stock.
Mrs. Elizabeth Fortier and daughters, Beatrice and Grace, of Oconto who have been visiting here the past week returned home Monday.
I. Marcouillier and James Marcouillier were business visitors in Menominee Saturday.
E. J. Marcouillier of Oconto Falls stopped over here a few days last week on his way to Chicago.
Mrs. A. Wolfert is attending the Forester convention at Chicago this week.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Carlin of Chicago arrived in Lena Friday for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. A. Mathey.
Mrs. John Younk of Marinette who had been visiting here for the past week returned home last week.
Mrs. and Mrs. H. Carlin and Mr. and Mrs. A. Mathey drove to Kelly Lake Sunday in the Chatell car.
Wm. Harley has finished the work of changing the central office from the Grade home to his house.
Brown Gravel of Pembine spent a few days with relatives here last week.
Mary Laduron of Green Bay is visiting her sister here this week.
Mr. and Mrs. George Pedal of Wausau are visiting friends and relatives here.
Mrs. Mary Buchberger came from Kelly Lake Friday and is staying with her daughter, Mrs. Robbins, who has been sick the past week.
Miss Invez Halstead is visiting her sister, Mrs. Robert Saunders at Hickory.
Mrs. C. Wondrash pleasantly entertained several friends Thursday afternoon, the occasion being her birthday party.
Miss Myrtle Lorenz returned home Thursday, after an extended visit with Greenleaf and De Pere friends.
Mayme Monigal of Coleman attended the dance here Friday evening.
Miss Agnes Lorenz returned home recently, after a twee weeks’ outing at Crooked Lake.
Millow Henderson of Stiles transacted business here Saturday.
The Misses Tillie Schneider and Margaret Hartl visited at the Lorenz home Sunday.
Lillian Kattke who had been visiting with her sister, Mrs. O. Zeroth, returned to her home in Peshtigo Monday.
Wm. Lambrecht of Gillett visited at the home of his parents Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Zeroth of Oconto drove up to visit the former’s brother, in their car Saturday.
Mollie and Alvina Senn who have been staying with their sister in Gillett, returned to their home here Saturday.
Arthur Senn, John Greenwood, and H. Kanack, Mr. and Mrs. O. Zeroth, Mr. and Mrs. C. Peep, P. Courtoin and Richard Courtoin went berrypicking at Klondike one day last week.
Mrs. McDonald and daughter, Goldie, of northern Michigan, started for home last Wednesday. They had been visiting at the home of the former’s brother, H. Pries.
H. Wolski of Wabeno is visiting at M. Senn’s.
Miss Ella Brazeau visited Mrs. Fred Coy recently.
Mr. and Mrs. George Hillburn of Cairo, Ill., are visiting relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Coy were called to Green Bay by the serious illness of Mrs. Colson.
The subject for the Epworth League next Sunday night is, “An Evening with Charles Wesley and His Hymns.” Mrs. Dutcher will be the leader. Rev. C. A. Hull will preach at 11 a.m. next Sunday.
George Trecartin spent Sunday at Shawano.
Mrs. Zach Stewart is visiting her parents at Chilton.
C. H. Parmenter of Neenah spent Sunday at Fred Coy’s.
Miss Mae Coy is visiting at Green Bay.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Larsen are moving to Oshkosh.
From another correspondent:
Abe Jossie’s cheese factory was damaged considerably by fire Tuesday noon.
Mr. and Mrs. Hilburn of Cairo, Ill., are visiting at the house of W. C. Milk.
Messrs. and Mesdames Allie McMahon, Jas. Smith, F. H. Butler and Chas. Good autoed to Marinette Sunday and spent the day with friends there.
Mr. VanCleve is visiting his daughter at Hermansville
Andrew Coy and Miss Mae Coy spent Sunday at Green Bay.
H. W. Gilkey of Oconto Falls and daughters, Mesdames Higgens and Douglas spent a day with Mrs. F. H. Butler recently.
Mrs. George H. Cheffings attended the funeral of her grandfather at Oconto Tuesday.
Dr. F. W. Briggs of Oconto Falls is moving cottages and grading lots at Kelly Lake this week.
Mrs. Zach Stewart returned from Chilton Wednesday after a week’s visit at her old home.
Miss Louise Maurud of Gillett spent her vacation here this week with relatives.
Miss Mae Presl of Oconto is the guest of Ida Larson.
Miss Sylvia Clark of Gillett spent Wednesday with Miss Julia Hanson.
Mrs. Chas Lemke and daughter, Gertrude, of Wabeno spent Saturday at the P. C. Hanson home.
Miss Hulda Edmark who is employed at Kelley Brook spent Sunday at
Mrs. Rasmussen of Kelley Brook spent a few days with Mrs. A. E. Edmark.
Mr. and Mrs. Nels Hansen and family spent Sunday at Kelly Lake.
Miss Lillian Hansen left for her home at Racine Monday evening, after spending a week here.
Olaf Madson is employed at the P. C. Hansen home.
Miss Helen Edmark entertained a number of young folks at her home Sunday evening. All reported a very good time.
The Misses Astrid Hansen and Elvero Mikkelson spent Thursday evening at the T. Christenson home.
Mrs. Gertrude Knaus and Elvero Erickson spent Sunday evening at the T. Christenson home.
Christian Larson had the misfortune of running a nail through his foot Monday afternoon.
Mrs. Christian is visiting in Marinette.
Mr. and Mrs. Edd Speaker went to De Pere last Thursday.
Sanford Wilson made a call at Coleman Thursday.
Earl Knowles, who has been in the west for the past two years, returned home last Tuesday.
“Shorty” Simpson and lady friend of Waupun visited at Harmon Winans last week.
Walter Speaker took an auto load to Gillett Sunday to witness the ball game.
Arthur Whitcomb is a Gillett visitor this week.
Mrs. W. H. Knowles was a Marinette visitor last week.
Mrs. D. H. Barker, Mrs. M. F. Whitney and niece, Miss Bessie Campbell attended the funeral of Mrs. D. B. Bauder at Marinette Tuesday.
Miss Mae McHugh and Mrs. D. H. Barker with son Floyd as Chauffeur drove to Oconto Falls Sunday. They were accompanied home by Miss McHugh’s sister.
Raymond and Sanford Wilson drove to Oconto Falls Sunday.
Dr. Faulds has a new Studebaker car.
Fred Liegeois spent Sunday in Abrams.
Sanford Wilson made a business trip to Green Bay Saturday.
Rev. Corr gave a very interesting temperance talk in the M. E. Church Sunday.
Miss Mildred Delano leaves Saturday for Wausaukee where she will teach the seventh and eighth grades.
Mrs. D. B. Bauder died at the home of Mrs. George Bauder in Marinette Sunday. Funeral Tuesday. Rev. J. D. Kunde officiating, with internment in Marinette cemetery.
Miss Margaret Faulds is visiting her brother, Dr. R. C. Faulds.
Miss Pearl Baudhuin is visiting relatives in Brussells.
Miss Mollie Major is spending her vacation with her sister at the bay shore.
Mrs. George Delano and daughter, Mildred, were Oconto visitors Tuesday.
Ed Speaker spent last Sunday in Green Bay.
Mr. and Mrs. John Richie attended the Brown County fair this week.
Eugene Fitzpatrick drove to Marinette is his car last Saturday.
Louis Herbinek of Chicago visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John DePouw a few days of last week.
Miss Mildred Marek was the guest of Mrs. F. S. Wright in Oconto recently.
Miss Emma Gauthier of Oconto visited with her cousin, Miss Mary Gauthier last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Casper Loberger were business callers in Oconto last week.
The Misses Florence and Frances Ama and Leslie Shufelt attended the ball game at Cream City Sunday.
Miss Geraldine Espremont and Arthur O’Neil were seen on our streets Sunday.
Miss Peal McPherson visited in our vicinity recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Marek and daughters Mildred and Mable, drove to Stiles Sunday.
Messrs. Harvey Tiegs and Ellis Whiting were callers in our vicinity Monday.
W. Tiegs spent Sunday with T. Bumske.
Lyle Shufelt of Little River is employed at Ed. Rabe’s farm.
P. Surprise of Oconto is visiting at the house of Mr. and Mrs. George LeBreck.
Mary and Carney Ragen spent Sunday with friends in Sampson.
Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Murphy will leave Tuesday for Grand Forks, N. Dak., for a visit with their daughter, Mrs. George Streeter.
Henry Cyr of Gillett spent a few days of last week with friends here.
Miss Estella Ragen returned Monday, after a week’s visit with relatives in Sampson and Sobieski.
Mrs. Ed. Ziese and daughter, Marcella, of Green Bay are visiting relatives here.
George DonLevy enjoyed a boat ride to Sturgeon Bay Sunday.
Mrs. Con Ragen is visiting her sister, Mrs. Bonin of Denmark.
Frank Megan of Oconto spent Saturday here.
Miss Helen Prochaska is home from Chicago for a visit with her parents
Miss Phoebe A. Duame who has been visiting for the last two months at her home in Stiles was in the city yesterday and will return next Thursday to Elko, Nevada, where she has spent the last three years.
Miss Ethel Angus of Oconto Falls spent Friday with Evelyn Bond.
Mrs. George Delano and daughter, Mildred, of Abrams were in town Tuesday, the guests of Mrs. Goodrich.
Miss Marion Perry returned home from Green Bay Saturday.
Miss Marion Davis went to Abrams Saturday.
Miss Marie Heath of Superior who had spending the summer Kelly Lake was the guest of Melba Caldwell Tuesday.
Miss Winifred Snyder of Oak Orchard was in town Tuesday.
Miss Julia Herald spent Tuesday in Oconto.
Miss Mildred and Ardis Reynolds of Oconto Falls were in town Monday.
Mrs. C. W. Mead and two children of Oconto Falls were in the city Friday.
Mrs. Geo. Bond returned home Monday from Green Bay where she had been visiting her son.
J. P. Burke spent Sunday with his parents in Oconto.
Miss Hazel Bond was the guest of Miss Ruth Boyce at Oconto Falls Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Crago and Miss M. L. Armstrong of Oakfield and Mrs. Henry Manx of Neenah came to Oconto in Crago’s car Sunday night. They were the guests of Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Armstrong.
Mrs. George Patterson and daughter, Hazel, of Stoughton are visiting Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Armstrong.
Miss Harriet Bell of Green Bay is the guest of Miss Claudine Armstrong.
Miss Jean Ferguson left Wednesday night for Thomas Normal School at Detroit, Michigan.
Robert Perry spent Sunday in Shawano.
Miss Anna Noffz returned from Coleman Wednesday, after a two weeks’ visit with friends.
Miss Minerva Merline of Menominee spent Sunday here with her parents.
Mrs. B. Briggs of Fond du Lac spent Sunday in Oconto.
John Bastin of Green Bay was in the city Tuesday.
Miss Esther Eggner of Marinette attended the dance in Oconto Tuesday.
Miss Florence Noffz returned from Chicago Wednesday, after a two weeks’ visit with relatives.
C. Menkee transacted business at Abrams yesterday.
The Camp Fire girls left Wednesday morning for a week’s outing at Oak Orchard. They were accompanied by Miss Emily Kehl.
Mr. and Mrs. James Thompson of Wells, Mich., are visiting relatives this week, Antone and Archie Grandaw.
Mrs. L. Odee spent a few days in the city last week visiting relatives.
Miss Myrtle Post left for Seattle, Wash., Monday, after an extended visit with relatives and friends.
P. A. Martineau of Marinette transacted Business in the city Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Smith were Green Bay visitors Monday.
H. M. Bradley made a business trip to Green Bay Monday.
Herb Crooks of Oconto Falls was in the city on business Monday.
Frank Leneau went to De Pere yesterday to attend the fair.
Jack Herald went to Mountain Tuesday.
L. W. Brazeau was a Green Bay visitor Tuesday.
Mrs. Nelson and son, Oscar, went to North Dakota Thursday to visit relatives.
Mrs. Frank Stackpole of Suring was a guest at the Henry Allen home here Thursday.
Miss E. Burke returned to her home here Thursday.
Miss. E. Burke returned to her home at Algoma Monday, after spending a number of days with Miss Alice Baldwin.
William Baldwin went to Rose Law Monday where he will spend a few weeks with friends.
Miss L. McNutt of Hortonville is spending a few days with friends here.
Will Baldwin of Rose Lawn spent Monday in town.
Helen Schroeder returned to her home at Hayes, after a year’s employment at the H. Allen home here.
Emil Belongia who spent a few years at Montana returned home Monday.
Miss Hall of Oconto spent Monday with Martha Saffran.
Annie Christenson of Chicago is visiting with friends here.
Henry Johnson of Madison is spending a few days here.
Tom Savage, Sheridan Frost and Barney Jensen motored to Suring Thursday.
Gertrude Nast of Badger Club spent Thursday in town.
Henry Johnston went to Suring Thursday.
Myrtle Post of Oconto was a guest at the M. Savage home Wednesday.
Miss Beatrice Savage went to Badger Wednesday.
Miss Anna Coleman was entertained by a number of her boy and girl friends Sunday afternoon.
Richard Kingston purchased a Harley Davidson motorcycle recently.
Emett Ramsdell of Wabeno transacted business in town Tuesday.
Mrs. LaMue was a Green Bay caller Tuesday.
Miss Hall returned to her home in Oconto Thursday, after spending a few days here.
Miss Grade Hannan of Green Lake is spending a few days with friends here.
Albert Schroeder purchased a new car recently.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Allen and Mrs. Sheridan Frost autoed to Suring Friday.
H. Snow and daughter, Addie, returned to their home at Laona, after spending a few days here.
Mrs. J. Coleman went to Mosling Saturday.
Fred Gripentrog is having an addition built on his house.
The Misses Rhoda and Mildred Dunlap were entertained by a few of their girl friends Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Martin Olson spent Sunday at Mosling.
Roy and Walter Dieck of Suring transacted business in town Saturday.
Dr. Daems of Suring was seen on our streets Sunday.
Harry Bartz was a Suring caller Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Pratsch left for their home at Oshkosh, after spending a week at Fred Dorn’s.
Ed. Coffey went to Oconto Falls Monday.
Little Mae Dorn who has been visiting at Oshkosh for the past two weeks will visit at Menasha before returning to her home here
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MRS. JOHN O’NEIL, who has been visiting at the home of her son, John O’Neil, had the misfortune to break her arm Monday afternoon. She had been visiting at the O’Donnell home and on leaving stepped off from the steps and fell to the ground, fracturing her right arm just above the elbow. She was taken to the hospital where the fracture was reduced and is getting along as nicely as can be expected.
CIRCUIT COURT - -
Magnus Peterson vs. Elizabeth Peterson, by John Dugan, her guardian ad litem. Divorce granted.
Charles E. Fye vs. Emily Fye. Divorce granted.
John Liegeois vs. Constance Liegeois. Reopening of divorce action. Verdict for defendant.
BENEFIT DANCE will be given at M.W.A. Hall at Stiles, Wisconsin, Friday, June 19, for the benefit of William O’Neil. Music by MacQueen’s orchestra.
Miss Gertrude Kiedinger and Kathryn Duffy called on friends in Sampson this week.
Mrs. Weary and Mrs. Bedore of Sampson called on friends here Sunday.
T. Duffy and Ed Rhonosky made a business trip to Green Valley Monday.
Mrs. J. Volk of Oconto Falls called on friends here Sunday.
Miss Margaret Murphy attended the theatre at Oconto Falls Sunday evening.
Dr. Goggins of Oconto Falls makes frequent trips to see M. Barrett, who has been in poor health for some time.
John Foth, who left some time ago for St. Louis, Mo., visited here Sunday.
Henry Lembcke of Timme visited at Ed Coffey’s Sunday.
Kenneth Palmer was at Oconto Falls Wednesday.
Albert Anderson and Louis Dorn were Oconto visitors Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Coffey were at Oconto Falls Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas Gregorson and son drove to Frostville Sunday.
Those who attended the commencement exercises at Oconto Falls from here were Viola, Florence and Mae Krueger, Alvin and Norine Krause, Edna and Gladys Heineman, Earl Elliott and T. Konieczny and daughter, Stella, who carried away first prize in spelling. Norine Krause, a fourth prize in spelling and Florence Krueger second prize in writing.
L. Ploutz of Milwaukee spent a pleasant Sunday afternoon with Norine Krause.
W. Krueger drove to Sobieski recently.
L. Krause of Sobieski spent Sunday at home.
Agnes Hidde and sister of Oconto are visiting friends here this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Jeske drove to Hayes Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Chris. Christensen and son, Milton, spent Sunday at the home of Jacob Holl.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Schuettpelz arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Jeske Friday, leaving Saturday for Chicago, where they will spend a few days with relatives.
Wm. Conley drove to Hayes Sunday.
Charles Bockholz, lineman for the Suring Telephone Company, made a flying trip through here Friday with his new car.
Mrs. August Wass of Chicago arrived Sunday at the home ofr Mr. and Mrs. John Kolberg and family, where she will spend a few days.
Art Brunk was a business visitor at Oconto Monday.
Mrs. Wilfred Maloney and daughters, Harriet and Loraine of Green Bay are visiting at the tome of Mr. and Mrs. Pat Maloney.
Miss Ida Foss spent Friday and Saturday with relatives at Abrams.
Miss Mae Lucas and Mrs. Robert Lucas were Oconto Falls visitors Thursday.
Rev. Fr. Buyheart was a visitor at Abrams Thursday.
Jack Thiede spent Sunday evening with friends at Couillardville.
Mrs. Jack Johnson Jr. and daughter Melba are visiting the former’s parents at Lena for a few days.
Miss Alice Benkey spent Sunday at Green Bay with friends.
Jack Oleson transacted business at Oconto Friday.
Mrs. Emma Rice of Oconto Falls visited at the home of Robert Lucas Sunday.
Mike O’Hearn of Oconto called on his brother Martin, Sunday.
Miss Lee Schroeder went to Green Bay Saturday on business.
Eugene Van Laanen was a business visitor at Oconto Saturday.
Otto Brunk, who is employed at Oconto Falls spent Sunday at his home here.
Mrs. Wm. Wolf and daughter, Louise, spent a few days at Green Bay, where the latter received treatment for her tonsils.
Arthur Miencke transacted business at Oconto recently.
Miss Jessie Lucas is visiting friends at Gillett for a few days this weeks.
Miss Emma Wolf of Oconto Falls spent the past week with relatives here.
At the school meeting Monday evening, June 1, James Deveraux was re-elected as clerk.
Ed. Shedore of Green Bay spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Adam Shedore.
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Werth and daughter Ruby of Oconto visited their daughter and sister, Mrs. Jack Jarvey Sunday.
A miscellaneous shower was tendered Miss Verda Marlow and Art Brunk at the latter’s home Tuesday evening in honor of their wedding th.
Martin O’Hearn went to Green Bay Monday to spend a few days.
Wm. Crooks, section foreman, spent Sunday at his home at Tremble.
Miss Myrtle Kenner of Stiles Junction is sewing at the house of Mrs. Eugene Van Laanen.
Chas. Baldwin of Oconto was in town tuning pianos Thursday.
Charles Elder had the good luck of catching six small wolves Sunday.
Walter Lucas was an Oconto visitor Monday.
Art Brunk, Albert Lonzo, and Bart Murray drove to Oconto Falls Monday evening.
Miss Marie Trembly of Coleman spent a few days of last week with Miss Alice Fleussus.
Miss Lauren Rost and her two graduates, Agnes Blazeck and Lawrence Brazeau, went to Oconto Falls Wednesday to attend the contest.
Miss Ella Brazeau is home from Gillett, where she was sewing.
George Stodola went to Kewaunee Saturday in his Ford car. Tom Knedlhans, Jack Dufee and J. Hoydia accompanied him.
Jack Brickner lost a valuable horse Sunday.
Mrs. Wm. Meles and Miss Verda Aldrich attended the commencement exercises at Gillett last Thursday evening.
Mr. Mrs. H. Heilbronner received a telegram Monday, stating that Mr. Heilbronner’s mother of Duluth was dead. The couple left Tuesday for Milwaukee to attend the funeral.
Mrs. Geo. McMahon and daughter, Ellen, are visiting at the McMahon home at Peshtigo Brook.
Mrs. Miller Elliott of Shawano spent Thursday here.
Mrs. C.J. Hanson and Miss Dagmar Johnson were Ashland callers recently.
Mrs. C.W. Anderson of Welcome visited at the Christ Christian home here the first of the week.
The Ladies’ Aid will meet with Mrs. Peter R. Miller Thursday, June 18.
Oscar Sorenson of Gillett spent Monday here with his sister, Dagmar.
Chas. Abrahams of Green Bay was a caller here Tuesday.
Rob Stengel spent a few days at the J. Stengel Jr. home at Hayes recently.
H. Oestrich left Tuesday evening for Marion to visit relatives.
Geo. Gisch and Wm. Wagner spent Tuesday evening at Oconto Falls.
F. Stackpole spent Tuesday morning at Gillett.
S.G. Donald, mail carrier on route one is enjoying a fifteen days’ vacation.
C.W. Gillmore of Shawano was a caller here the first of the week.
Mrs. Fred Masser of Hayes spent several days here with her parents, H.D. Leeman and family.
Bernhardt Johnson returned to his home here Monday, after spending several months at Ashland.
Wesley Mills spent a few days of last week at Oconto Falls.
Miss Blanche Stackpole returned from Green Bay Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Allen and son, Norman, and Mrs. Olson of Mountain spent Friday here with friends.
Miss Clara Mueller and Hans Elfeson of Gillett spent Sunday here with Miss Emma Mueller.
Misses Carrie Hall and Eunice Bennett left Saturday evening for Oconto after spending the past school year here.
A daughter to Mr. and Mrs. E.A. Suring on June 7.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Stackpole and Mrs. and Mrs. S.G. Donald spent Sunday afternoon at Oconto Falls.
Mrs. John Melchoir and children and Miss Alvina Olson spent Saturday evening at Green Valley with relatives.
Mrs. T.E. Daems and daughter Charlotte left Friday evening for Green Bay to visit Miss Gladys who is at the hospital.
Miss Clara Gerndt spent Sunday and Monday at Green Bay.
Dr. F.E. Mielke, dentist of Shawano makes regular trips to Suring the first Tuesday and Wednesday and the third Tuesday and Wednesday of each month, prepared to do dental work.
Master Earl Waterman left Saturday for Kingston to spend the summer.
Foss Page of Hickory was in town Saturday.
Francis Rhoden of Bear Creek spent Saturday here with P. Ketter and family.
Andrew Olson spent Saturday evening at Green Valley.
Miss Savalia Thielke returned to her home here Saturday after spending the past school year at Gillett.
Miss Mildred Dieck spent several days of last week at Oconto Falls with Miss Eva Aldrich.
Oscar Wagner spent Sunday at Shawano. He was accompanied home by his wife who has been ill at Shawano for the past two months.
Mrs. Will Wagner and Children returned home Monday after a week’s visit at Marion.
Miss Mina Schimmel is visiting at the H. Temple home at Oconto Falls this week.
Miss Anna Tuschy is employed at the O. Wagner home.
Mrs. F. Schmit spent Saturday evening at Green Bay.
Peter Ehlinger arrived in town Sunday for a few days.
Miss Elsie and Fred and Mrs. and Mrs. J. Gerndt attended the funeral of Christ Mikkelson at Green Bay Monday.
Miss Ruth Church of Oshkosh is spending the week here with her parents , Mr. and Mrs. George Church.
Paul Jentz returned from Donny Brook, N.D. Thursday, after spending the past three months there.
Walter Groninger received first prize at the spelling contest held at Oconto Falls last Wednesday and Earl Buss received fourth prize in spelling and fifth in arithmetic.
F. Stackpole spent Friday evening at Green Bay.
Geo. Makholm returned from Ashland Saturday to spend his summer vacation here with his parents.
A. Glass spent Saturday at his home in Advance.
Wm. Wagner, Hans Monson, Alfred Johnson and Carl Buckholtz were Oconto Falls callers Sunday.
Mrs. Kate Hale of Lena is visiting at the Ted McCartney home at Hayes.
Little Bernice Sinclair of Wabeno spent Sunday here with Misses Lillie and Vera Aldrich.
Miss Luella Suring who has been employed at the Val Dieringer home at Gillett returned to her home at Hayes Sunday.
Miss Olga Peterson spent Saturday evening at Green Bay.
Geo. Gisch purchased a new Maxwell car Monday.
Otto Bork and Geo. Gisch were Green Bay callers Sunday evening.
O.E. Jensen spent Sunday at his home in Green Valley.
Word was received here Friday morning the Christ Mikkelson of Green Bay passed away. Christ has suffered for a number of months with tuberculosis. He leaves to mourn his loss, a wife, one daughter, father, three brothers and two sisters.
Miss Helen and Jane Western have returned to their home at Kelly Lake after spending the past school year at Oconto Falls. Miss Helen was a graduate of that school this year.
Mr. and Mrs. Rose of Morgan are the guests of their daughter, Mrs. Herman Spoonholtz.
A. Lobos is working on the road with a crew of men this week.
A party was given in honor of the Misses Violet and Loretta Drolette Monday evening. They have been attending school at Montello the past season.
Mr. and Mrs. Clem Vincent visited their parents and relatives last week.
The Misses Emma, Winifred and Flossie Hardwick of Marinette were guests of their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. H.J. Francart, last week.
Mrs. L. Topel of Little Suamico visited her daughter, Mrs. Fred Pope, last Thursday.
Miss Emma Lecomte of Oconto was a guest of Mrs. Farley Sunday and Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Zeugner were business callers at Oconto Monday.
Last week Tuesday Paul and Herman Bartz, Gustave Otto, H. Hankwitz and Robert Schmidt drove to Oconto in Paul Bartz’s car on business. Robert Schmidt is serving on the jury.
Chas. Thieme, Herman Yakel, Alvin Hischke and Fr. Meles drove to Oconto last week Tuesday on business in the former’s car.
Last week Tuesday Wm. Zaddock and August Radloff went to Oconto to attend the case in circuit court of Wm Zaddock vs. Charles Thieme.
Charles Thieme drove to Oconto and back in his auto to attend his case in circuit court as defendant with Wm. Zaddock, Hilbert Hankwitz, Wm. Yakel, Fred Firgens, Jr. as witnesses. The jury rendered a verdict in favor of Thieme.
Otto Schoss went to Oconto last Friday to see his brother, Charles, who is in the Oconto hospital, having been operated upon for appendicitis. He is doing nicely.
Hilbert Hankwitz and family went to Oconto Falls last week Saturday to visit with the Wm. Kregel family over Sunday.
Carl Zahn and wife visited over Sunday with their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Suring.
Robert Grignon and his wife left last Monday on an extended visit in Dakota and Canada.
Mrs. I.L. Mead, formerly Miss Hattie Edwards of Oconto, daughter of Mr. Mose Edwards passed away at St. Mary’s hospital in Duluth. She leaves to mourn her sad death, a husband, a father, three sisters and three brothers, her mother having passed away about five months ago.
LENA R. 2
Milow Henderson visited friends at Lena Sunday evening.
Thomas Bellemore and Dr. Robinson of Lena were seen on our streets Friday in the former’s car.
Jack Johnson and Miss Mary Rouer attended the show at Lena Sunday evening.
Frank Rouer has his new barn nearly completed.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Frosch were seen on our streets Sunday.
Wm. Frosch was a business caller at Lena one day last week.
Miss Rose Louisier was seen here Monday.
Jack Johnson and Miss Mary Rouer and Agnes Louisier visited Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Johnson Sunday.
Frank Rouer and sister, Mary, and son Henry, attended church services at Stiles Sunday.
Mr. Devillers and son Owen were business callers at F. Rouer’s Saturday.
Everet Doney and Chas Colson drove to Lena Tuesday evening.
PERSONAL AND LOCAL
Mrs. J.P. Baldwin of Lena was in the city Monday.
Mrs. Luella Starkey of Milwaukee came last Wednesday and went to Marinette Thursday accompanied by her daughter, Dorothy, and they returned to Oconto yesterday. Mrs. Starkey also returned to Milwaukee yesterday.
Miss Agnes Burnside of Neenah is a guest at the home of A.J. Caldwell.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hellert and daughter, Marion, were guests of relatives in School Section Sunday.
Joseph Burke of Oconto Falls is visiting relatives in the city this week.
Ben Rohan, who has been attending Lawrence College the past year, returned home Tuesday.
Howard Anderson left for Spooner last week where he will be employed on one of the state experimental farms.
Miss Marion Anderson is visiting friends and relatives in Berlin.
Miss Minerva Merline left Thursday for Marinette, where she will be employed in the telegraph office.
Mr. and Mrs. P.A. Martineau of Marinette were in the city Wednesday.
George Scofield went to Milwaukee on business Tuesday.
Miss Lenora Roemer of Appleton is visiting her cousin, Miss Marie Freund, in the city.
Miss Helen Cole went to Emporia, Kansas, last week, where she will be employed at a Music College.
Henry Cole of Chicago is here visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.U. Cole.
Miss Edith Porterfield, who has been teaching at Abbotsford, has returned to her home in the city.
Melvil Robinson of Chicago has been visiting Leonard Beaudin the past two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald MacQueen went to Leighton Tuesday to attend the Leigh-Chesley wedding.
Fred Wright went to Chicago Monday evening.
P. Arnovitz and daughter, Mary, of Marinette were business visitors in the city Wednesday.
Donald Mathewson made a business visitors in the city Wednesday.
Donald Mathewson made a business trip to Escanaba Monday.
Walter DeVoe of Marinette visited friends in the city Wednesday.
Sol Kazlois of Gillett visited friends in the city Sunday.
John Grady returned to Green Bay Wednesday after a short visit with friends in the city.
Warren Smith returned home from Milwaukee Wednesday where he had been attending Marquette University.
June 25, 1914
following is from a Duluth, Minn., paper: "Miss Gertrude Ellis
Cleveland and Carl Fox Transen were married yesterday afternoon at 1:30
o'clock at the home of the bride's aunt, Mrs. C.M. Boss, 4029 East
Superior street; Rev. A.W. Ryan of St. Paul's Episcopal church
performed the ceremony in the presence of the immediate relatives.
The bride's gown of white silk crepe was made en train and was trimmed with old lace and pearls. She carried a shower bouquet of pink roses. The bridesmaid, Miss Agnes M. Boss, wore silver jusi cloth over pink and carried yellow roses. The bride's mother, Mrs. Myra G. Cleveland played the wedding march and her uncle, James H. Alward, gave her in marriage. The bridegroom was attended by Augus M. Grant.
Immediately after the ceremony a luncheon was served. Those who assisted were Miss Grace Bergstrom and Miss Susan Pastoret. The living room and dining room were decorated with June roses.
The out-of-town guests at the wedding were the bridegroom's mother, Mrs. T. Tronsen of Mankato, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Donald MacQueen and son, Blair of Oconto, Wis.
The bride is a former resident of Hunter's Park, but recently has been a member of the faculty of the industrial high school at Sterling, Colo. The bridegroom is well known in Duluth, having rowed with the D.B.C. crew in 1910. He is now assistant chemist of the St. Paul. Mr. and Mrs. Tronsen will be at home after July 15 at 68 South Snelling Avenue, St. Paul.
Camille Jolly spent Sunday at his home in Marinette.
Miss Ora Lee spent Sunday with Miss Agnes Herald at Green Bay.
The Misses Esther MacCourt, Ruth Harmon and Marion Ramsay left Tuesday for Green Lake to spend the summer.
Frank Smith of Menominee visited friends in the city Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. James Hynes spent Sunday at Green Bay.
Miss Marian Perry has gone to Green Bay where she joined a party of friends and is camping at Bay Settlement.
Mrs. W.A. Harvey and two children and Miss Millie Anding left for New Salem, N. Dak., on account of the illness of their brother H.F. Anding.
Miss Grace Sylvester visited Mr. and Mrs. Otis Brown at Marinette Saturday and Sunday.
Edward E. Scofield returned home Monday from Andover, Mass., where he had been attending school.
Mrs. Joseph Suhowatin returned home Monday from a few days' visit with friends in Marinette.
Frank Poradek returned home Saturday from New Holstein where he has been employed for some time.
Miss Ethel Marie Cecil left Tuesday morning for Chicago where she will visit her brother, H.A. Cecil, and family.
Rudolph Stenger of Marinette spent the first part of the week in the city on business.
Charles Brazeau of Brazeau was in the city Friday evening, while on his way to Green Bay to see his son, who underwent an operation at St. Vincent's hospital.
D. R.C. Faulds of Abrams was in town Monday.
Mrs. Christ Ellman returned home Monday from a few days' visit in Milwaukee and Waukesha. At the latter place she attended the graduation exercises at Carroll College, her son, Harry, being one of the graduates.
Miss Myrtle Burke visited friends in Menominee Tuesday evening.
A little baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Jackson Tuesday evening.
Miss Mae Anderson has returned home from Lake Geneva, where she had been employed.
Joseph Ledvina is home from Chicago for a visit with his mother and friends.
A baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. George Ottson at Milwaukee last Friday. The mother was formerly Miss Edith Johnston of this city and the father also resided here a few years ago. Mother and baby are doing nicely.
Mrs. Ellen Burke was a Green Bay visitor Friday evening.
Mrs. Henry Nineway of Green Bay visited relatives in the city Sunday.
Miss Eva LaDuke, who taught school in Stevens Point the past years is spending her vacation at home.
Miss Tina Routheau has returned home from Selby, South Dakota, to spend the summer, having taught school there the past year.
Cas. Wilkins of New Hampton, Iowa, is visiting his son, Percy Wilkins in the city.
Cleveland R. Keith was a Fond du Lac visitor Tuesday.
Mrs. Felix Flynn and Mrs. David Morton of San Francisco are visiting at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Augus McAllister in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fabry of Marinette arrived in the city Wednesday to attend the Connerton-Gudden wedding.
TEMPLER, an employee of the Falls Manufacturing Company at Oconto
Falls, suffered a horrible death from falling into a vat of sulfuric
acid about 1:30 Monday afternoon. He was standing on the edge of the
vat fixing a pipe when it gave way and he feel into the hot acid
burning his eyes so that he was blinded and was immersed to above his
waist. An associate in the mill helped him from the vat badly burning
his own hands in the effort.
Water from a hose was turned on his clothing to dilute the acid and with assistance he walked to the doctor's office after which he was rushed to this city in an auto and taken to the hospital but his flesh was literally cooked from his waist down and he passed away at 10:30 that evening. He was conscious and conversed with those about him during the afternoon.
Deceased was born in Austria about thirty years ago. He came to this county about sixteen years ago and was married in Chicago about six years ago. He leaves to mourn his loss his wife and two daughters who are three and four years old.
His remains were taken to Undertaker Manning's apartments Monday morning and from there to his home in Oconto Falls. The funeral was held from the Oconto Falls Catholic church this morning at nine o'clock, Rev. Fr. Looze officiating with interment in the Catholic cemetery.
very pretty wedding was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Campbell
on Park Avenue at one o'clock Tuesday afternoon when their bell became
the bride of Mr. Henry Maxon Clark of Menomonie, Wis., Rev. Norman
The bride was attired in white charmeuse and was attended by her cousin, Miss Gladys Natalie Germond, who wore yellow crepe meteor. The groom was attended by Mr. Robert Holmes of Chippewa Falls as groomsman. The wedding march was played by Miss Georgiana Mineau. The home was beautified by profuse decorations of pink and white roses. Following the ceremony about fifty guests sat down to a delightful wedding luncheon after which the newly wedded couple motored to Green Bay and from there went to a summer cottage on one of the northern lakes to spend their honeymoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Clark will reside at Ironwood, Mich., where they will be at home to their friends after October 1 and where the groom is employed as teacher in the manual training department. The bride was born and reared in Oconto and has a large circle of friends whose good wishes are extended to the happy pair.
Many beautiful presents were received as tokens of the esteem of their friends. The out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. P.D. Clark and Miss Elizabeth Clark of Menomonie, Wis., Mr. and Mrs. Paul Clark of Trego, Wis., Robert Holmes of Chippewa Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Milford Pelton of Middleton, Wis., Mr. and Mrs. Harry G. Smith and Misses Marion and Katherine Smith of Madison, Mrs. David Watson and Miss Della Dunham of Fond du Lac.
Sugawati was brought before Judge Jones Wednesday and examined as to
his sanity. Drs. Watkins and Stoelting pronounced him insane and he was
committed to the Northern Hospital.
MISS IRENE CONNERTON AND MR. GUDDEN were married at St. Joseph's church at 8:30 Wednesday morning, Rev. Fr. Selbach officiating.
The bride wore ivory white crepe de meteor and was attended by her cousin, Miss May Fabry as bridesmaid who wore yellow crepe chiffon over crepe de chine.
Following the marriage a wedding breakfast to the immediate families of the contracting parties was given at eleven o'clock at the bride's home which had been beautifully decorated with yellow roses and marguerites.
The bride is the popular daughter of Mrs. Mary Connerton of the town of Oconto and the groom the son of Mr. and Mrs. H.J. Gudden of this city. Both were born and reared here and both graduates from the Oconto High School in the class of 1911. The bride later attended Milwaukee Normal and taught one year in the city schools. They will reside in Green Bay, where the groom has a home prepared for his bride.
Those from out of town who were present at the wedding were, Emil Fabry and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fabry of Marinette and Miss Lauretta McAfferty of Escanaba, Mich.
HELEN CLAIRE MARTINEAU entertained a number of lady friends at a house
party at Kelly Lake last week. Those in the party were the Misses Melba
Caldwell, Mildred Lord, Marie Runkel, Eileen Armstrong, and Jean
Ferguson of this city and Misses Mary Martineau and Nellie Place of
Marinette. Mrs. A.M. Martineau and Mrs. J. W. Runkel were also in
the party. They returned home Monday evening after a pleasant week's
GRADUATES FROM ST. PETER'S school attended the graduation exercises at
Oconto Falls Friday evening accompanied by four sisters and the Misses
Florange Oasia and Ermine Oiselle of Minneapolis and Rev. Fr. Vanier of
Saloon licenses have been granted the same as last year with the following changes:
Thomas LeMay goes to the location at the corner of Baldwin and Brazeau Ave., and Louis LeMay from there to the Richard House, Medore Denneau to the Joseph Pocquette saloon, the latter going out of business and Felix Lecomte from the old Gus LeComte place to the Denneaux stand at 522 Broadway, Jas. Scanlan to the Gus LeComte stand. Albert Hidde takes the George Dagen place on Congress Street and Dagen goes to the Valecka stand on Superior Avenue, Herman Jess takes the Exchange Hotel and John Kirt, the William Finger stand, the latter retiring from business. There will be 31 saloons next year, a decrease of one.
storm that passed over several states Tuesday night did not spare this
county although it was less violent here than farther south. Among the
barns blown down were Con Ragen's, two on the W.K. Smith farm, Charles
Houseman's, W.H. Phillips', Ed Rabe's, Mr. Hane's. The dance hall being
built at Cream City went over as did a number of silos, one belonging
to Ed Rabe and one to E.B. Dutton at Abrams, which blew on to two of
his full-blooded Holstein heifers.
MARRIAGE OF DR. J.F. ROSE AND MISS BELLE NETZER was solemnized at St.
Peter and St. Paul's church in Green Bay last week Tuesday, Rev. Fr.
Enderegg performing the ceremony. They were attended by Mr. Peter
Burschinger of Coleman as best man and Miss Esther Netzer, sister of
the bride, as bridesmaid.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N.C. Netzer and was born and reared in Lena and has won a host of friends throughout the county by her pleasing disposition. The groom is a well known and popular physician of Lena having practiced here for a number of years. The happy couple left on a wedding trip to Chicago and returned to Lena Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Rose will reside in the flat over the Netzer store.
The many friends of the bride and groom throughout the county join with the Report in extending hearty congratulations and wish them a long life of unbounded happiness.
MRS. ELMER MCKEE PASSED AWAY
Wednesday morning at 4 a.m. at her home in the town on Oconto after a few days' illness with ptomaine poisoning.
The deceased was born in the town of Pensaukee in 1880 and has lived in this vicinity practically all her life. She was married to Elmer McKee in this city about fourteen years ago and has four children, the youngest of which is about two months old.
She is survived by her husband, Elmer McKee, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Brunk, four children, and a number of brothers and sisters.
The remains will leave the home at ten o'clock Saturday morning and the funeral will be held from the Presbyterian Church in Oconto, Rev. McLandress officiating with interment in the Evergreen cemetery.
NUPTIALS SOLEMNIZED. A very pretty wedding was solemnized at the
Frostville Church last Wednesday, June 17, at one thirty o'clock when
Miss Ella Mae Johnson, daughter of Mrs. Minnie Johnson of Frostville
became the wife of George Anderson of Milwaukee, Rev. Foster of Gillett
The bride was led to the altar by her brother, Alfred and the wedding march was played by Mrs. Wm. McMahon.
The couple were attended by Miss Orla Kurtz and Miss Malissa Colburn of Milwaukee and Arthur Johnson, brother of the bride and Wm. Albrecht of Milwaukee. The bride was attired in a beautiful dress of white crepe de chine, wore a wreath and veil and carried a bouquet of bridal roses. The bridesmaid wore pale green crepe de chine and carried sweet peas.
After the ceremony a sumptuous wedding supper was given at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. H. Makholm to the immediate relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. George Anderson left on the six o'clock train for Milwaukee where the groom has a home prepared for his bride. May their life be one of joy and happiness is the wish of their many friends.
NOVELTY SHOWER was given on Saturday afternoon by Mrs. Fred Poppie in
honor of Miss Rose Boldt. A very large circle of friends were present
to show the esteem in which she is held. She was the recipient of many
presents which will serve to bring back memories in years to come of a
very pleasant afternoon spent with friends at Abrams. Dainty
refreshments were served.
W.A. Harvey spent Sunday at his home in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mullen of Foster City, Mich., are visiting the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E.G. Mullen in the city.
George M. Snodgrass of Rice Lake arrived in the city Saturday to teach in the summer normal.
Misses Ella and Emma Tiedke left Saturday for a visit with relatives in Chicago.
Miss Mildred DeLano who is attending the Menomonie training school visited friends in the city a few days this week.
H.E. Davis of Marinette transacted business in the city Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Harvey drove to Marinette and Menominee last Thursday.
Asa M. Royce and family of Superior arrived in the city Saturday. Mr. Royce will be superintendent of the summer Normal.
Miss Edna Halloran who has been attending Milwaukee Normal returned to her home in the city Saturday.
Frank Taylor of Menominee spent Sunday with friends and relatives in the city.
Eugene Noyes of Marinette is visiting Walter Keith in the city this week.
Miss Hilda Palm returned home Friday after a week's visit in Milwaukee.
Joe St. Mary was a Green Bay visitor Sunday.
Leo Laviolette of Escanaba spent Sunday at the home of his parents.
Miss Agnes Ouillette spent Sunday at Green Bay.
Frank Cisar of Chicago is visiting relatives in the city this week.
Miss Bessie Johnston who has been visiting here left Sunday for Oshkosh to attend summer school.
Wm. Burnette and Aaron Sharpely drove to Abrams Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Haines of Crystal Falls are visiting at the home of Mrs. Amos Dunton in the city this week.
Miss Grace Sylvester was a Marinette visitor Saturday.
Ed Dunn was a Green Bay visitor Sunday.
Ed Goff of Marinette spent Sunday with friends in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Johnston of Escanaba are visiting Mrs. R.B. Morris this week.
Mrs. Priscilla Burnette who had been visiting at Green Bay returned to her home in the city Sunday.
Wm. Drafz of Gillett was in the city Friday.
Lawrence Series of Abrams visited relatives in the city Saturday.
Sol Kazlair of Gillett spent Saturday and Sunday in the city.
Miss Jennie Smith was a Marinette visitor last Friday.
Elsworth Norton of Marinette was an Oconto visitor yesterday.
Miss Ella Picard of Green Bay visited relatives in the city Sunday.
Miss Ora Smith was a Stiles visitor Friday.
The Misses Eva Holyoke and Ella Weidner and Master Francis Klozotsky were guests at the home of E. W. Burgess in Abrams over Sunday.
Mrs. Sarah Anderson of Seattle, Wash., who has been visiting at the home of Mrs. W.T. Snyder, of Pensaukee and Mrs. W.T. Snyder visited friends in the city the latter part of this week.
Miss Mae Pierre returned Monday from a visit with relatives and friends in Abrams.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald MacQueen and son Blair left Saturday for a short visit with relatives in Duluth, Minn.
Wm. Henry spent Saturday and Sunday at the Barrett home.
Mr. and Mrs. Byron McDougal of Keegan spent Sunday at the Riordan residence.
Miss Gertrude Kiedinger left Saturday for Oconto, where she will attend summer school.
Miss Pauline Micke of Oconto Falls spent Sunday at the Riordan home.
Miss Margaret Murphy spent Monday with friends in Oconto Falls.
Thomas Duffy made a business trip to Lena Monday.
Mrs. M. Salchert and family of Oconto Falls spent the latter part of last week at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mr. Louis Rusch.
Miss Elsie Werry called on friends here Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Coopman and Mr. and Mrs. Simon Tracy attended the Belanger-Kieforth wedding here last Tuesday.
Mrs. James Riordan made a business trip to Oconto Friday.
Sister Martha of Bay Settlement is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Pelow.
Mrs. M. LaBross returned home last week from Lena where she had a prolonged visit with friends.
Thomas Carroll of Degantown attended the Belanger-Kieforth wedding here last summer.
Frank Pozark left for his home in Antigo Monday.
Miss Evelyn Neumann is visiting relatives at Wausau this week.
Miss Gertrude Riley was called to her home at Wausaukee because of her mother's illness.
Howard Rymer had the misfortune to lose one of his fingers last Sunday while working on F.S.L.L. Co's engine. He is under Dr. Neor's care and is doing nicely.
Mrs. Wm. Patzer transacted business in Laona Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin John spent a few days at Gillett last week.
George Rymer drove up from Green Bay in his auto Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Skublzske and son, Arnold left Monday for Milwaukee to attend the graduation exercises in which their son, Fred participates.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Reed drove to Laona one day last week.
Dr. Dougherty went to Milwaukee Saturday to attend the wedding of his sister.
Mrs. John Kinziger is visiting relatives in Oconto Falls this week.
Mrs. Clifford Dionne of Green Bay is visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Niquette.
Alexandrine Marcouiller of Tomahawk is visiting friends and relatives here this week.
Mrs. J. P. Baldwin and Mrs. A.W. Titel were Green Bay visitors Tuesday.
Miss Blanche Burley and brother, Ernest, of Niagara are here for a two weeks' visit with friends and relatives.
Miss Marie Weber of Coleman is spending a few days with friends here this week.
Miss Ella Valley was a Gillett visitor last Thursday.
Bert Rosera, Ed Marcouiller and Frank Pavlik who have been attending St. Norbert's college returned home Thursday for a few months' vacation.
Misses Marie Peetz and Sadie Masson went to Oconto Monday to attend summer school.
D. Robbins has purchased a new Maxwell car.
Luke Netzer went to Racine last Thursday and returned home Saturday in a new Case car which he purchased there.
J. H. Pavlik was a business visitor in Milwaukee Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Trepanier of Oconto spent Sunday at the Pavlik home here.
J.C. Pavlik of Green Bay spent Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Pavlik.
Ed. Mleziva returned home from Green Bay Friday where he had been attending the West Side high School.
Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Pavlik went to De Pere last Thursday to attend the graduation exercises at St. Norbert's in which their son, Joseph, participated.
Edward Mleziva went to Green Bay Monday for a few weeks' visit with friends.
Miss Christina Mleziva is on the sick list.
Miss Evelyn Bedore of Stiles visited friends here Tuesday.
Frank Nelson went to Oconto Monday to attend the wedding of his friend, Herman Gudden.
Mrs. Mike Mleziva and daughter, Christina, went to Green Bay last week to attend the graduation exercises at the West Side High School.
Miss Peal Marcouiller, Esther Bennett, Odilla and Mae Dionne attended the graduation exercises at St. Norbert's at De Pere last week.
Dr. Felix Rose of Coleman made several professional calls here recently.
Miss Agnes Halstead left for Milwaukee last Friday where she will take treatments for her health at the Trinity Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Bartelme, Mrs. P. Grubb and Mrs. C. Wondrash accompanied the baseball team to Peshtigo last Sunday.
Miss Cora Pelkey of Oconto visited with her sister here last week.
Miss Emma Ellman visited her mother, Mrs. Rudolph Ellman in Oconto Sunday.
Blanche Pelkey spent Sunday in Stiles.
A. Zeroth and family of Oconto spent Saturday at the home of his brother. They made the trip in their new car.
Mrs. H. Kanack visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Greenwood a couple of days last week.
Mrs. Cretton and two children of Mishicot visited relatives here recently.
Mr. Cochinette gave a dance last Wednesday evening which was enjoyed by all present.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Peep and grandson of De Pere spent part of last week visiting the former's son and family.
Dr. Robinson of Lena has made several professional calls in our vicinity the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Ama of Elm Grove attended the dance at M. Couchinette Wednesday evening.
O. Zerroth transacted business at Oconto Falls Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Halsted made a business trip to Oconto Falls Saturday.
M. Courtain who is employed at Coleman spent Sunday at his home here.
J. Macikulski is improving the looks of his residence by painting.
Mrs. Van Holten and daughter spent last Thursday afternoon at E. Luisier's.
Miss Mayme Luisier went to Oconto Saturday where she will attend summer Normal.
Miss Leona Dupuis of Oconto Falls visited friends here last week.
Mrs. Wm. Lambrecht of Gillett visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Senn Sunday.
C. Magnin raised his barn and will erect a stone basement.
\Mrs. Greenwood of Little River visited her daughter here Friday.
Mrs. Baldwin of Lena made a short call in the vicinity recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Anderson and children visited at C. Peep's last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. P. Goeble entertained relatives from Little River Sunday.
J. Schroeder of Morgan visited at M. Senn's recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Schoenebeck spent Sunday at Sam Valley's.
Word was received here Saturday that Leonard Brazeau was very low at a Green Bay hospital.
Mrs. John Calhoun returned from Oconto Falls Sunday where she had been sewing the past week for her brother's family.
Mrs. James Pecard of Kelly Lake spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Piper.
Mr. and Mrs. John Miller spent Sunday at the French home at the Sidening.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Peterson went to Green Bay last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Coley Kessler and two children of the Townline, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brooks spent Sunday at Reny Kesslers.
Mrs. Pete Chrisensen and daughter attended the Hougaard silver wedding anniversary at Frostville Sunday.
J.S. Peterson transacted business at Lena Saturday.
Adolph Peterson of Oconto Falls called on friends here last week.
Mrs. Ed Vernosh transacted business in Lena Tuesday.
Mrs. Thos. Peterson who has been visiting her sister has returned to her home in Mountain.
Mrs. James McCarthy was a Lena caller Tuesday.
D.H. Johnson of Mountain visited his daughter, Mrs. Rich Lambrecht a few days last week.
Master Wesley Lambrecht is on the road to recovery which we are all glad to hear.
Mrs. Frank Rouer visited her sister, Miss Rose Luisier who is now employed at Richard Lambrecht's recently.
Jack Johnson and Joseph Devillers took in the picnic at Kadlec Sunday afternoon.
Miss Onilee Ranguette and Lucile Ranguette visited Miss Florence McCabe Sunday afternoon.
Lena, Ida and Owen Devillers, Lillian Niequette and Ruesela Ranguette were Spruce visitors Sunday.
Miss Ranguette visited Miss Florence McCabe Monday evening.
Mrs. James McCarthy and Mrs. Deveraux visited Mrs. Rich Lambrecht Tuesday afternoon.
W. Olsen returned home from the Oconto county hospital Wednesday.
Rev. and Mrs. Land of Peshtigo called on Mr. and Mrs. Louis Nelsen recently, making the trip in their car.
E. Wadsworth transacted business at Lena Saturday.
Mrs. Louise Doney and sister, Martha Nelsen were Lena callers Friday.
George Tappa Jr. transacted business at Lena one day last week.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Petersen and son, Orvall of Rib Lake, Mrs. Sophie Pederson and sons, John and Edmond of Maple Valley visited the former's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Nelson Saturday, making the trip in Mr. Petersen's car.
Arthur Olsen transacted business in Oconto Wednesday.
Fred Vernosh transacted business in at Lena one day last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernt Fredricksen and sons, Carl and Clarence were Lena callers Wednesday.
A. Peterson and Mrs. S. Pedersen and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Nelson were out for a pleasure ride in Mr. Petersen's car Saturday.
Mrs. W. Lambrecht transacted business at Lena recently.
Jack Olsen spent Wednesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Olsen.
Rose Luisier visited friends and relatives at Stiles the latter part of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Frosch drove to Lena Thursday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. John Mocco of Pensaukee visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rouer Sunday.
Mr. Doney has purchased a new five passenger car.
Louis Rouer drove to Stiles Junction Tuesday on business.
Miss Evelyn Telford and Miss Kate Exferd drove to Lena Monday on business.
H. Sellin was seen on our streets one day last week.
George MacQueen motored to Lena Tuesday night.
I. Dalotto drove to stiles Tuesday afternoon on business.
The Doney family drove to Lena Tuesday night in their new car.
Mr. and Mrs. Tattol drove to Lena one night last week.
H.M. Case of Clintonville spent Sunday here with friends.
Otto Jensen and T.L. Hanson left Tuesday morning for Green Valley.
Miss Birdie Ketter returned from a visit in Gillett Tuesday.
Miss Anna Masser is employed at the H.D. Leeman home.
George Gisch was a Breed caller Sunday.
Miss Sara Donald spent Thursday evening at Gillett.
W.J. Thielke was a business caller at Green Bay Friday.
Mrs. Chas. Hanson who is visiting here from Iowa spent Sunday in Chicago.
John Dieck and family spent Sunday at Oconto Falls.
Mr. and Mrs. John Ellis of Kelly Lake were in town Tuesday.
G. Jensen left Tuesday for his home at Green Valley.
Mr. Glass of Advance spent the first of the week here on business.
Hugh Davis of Marinette made a call here recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Ole Peterson and son, Orville of Rib Lake autoed here last week to visit relatives and friends, returning home Sunday.
Miss Emma Mueller spent Thursday evening at Gillett.
Miss Hattie Wescott left Thursday evening for Gillett where she will be employed.
Mr. and Mrs. S.G. Donald drove to Breed Monday.
Miss Dagmar Sorenson spent Sunday at her home in Gillett.
Miss Russell of Oconto spent Friday afternoon here with Miss Caroline Dieck.
Miss Mildred Dieck left Saturday evening for Oconto to attend summer normal.
Miss Chloe Thielke is visiting relatives at Soperton this week.
Miss Georgia Church, Florence Leeman and Savalia Thielke left Saturday evening for Oconto where they will attend the summer school.
Mrs. T.P. Rierdon is visiting at Kingston with relatives this week.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Van Haden and family and Mr. and Mrs. C. Christenson spent Sunday at Kelly Lake.
Mr. and Mrs. R.M. Barton of Kelly Lake were callers here Tuesday.
Miss Ella Hanson left Saturday evening for Oconto.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Santer and Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Stengel spent Sunday at the J. Stengel Sr. home at Hayes.
Harry Bartz spent Sunday with his parents at Mountain.
Miss Agnes Averson has returned to her home at Kelly Brook after and extended visit with her aunt, Mrs. John Gerndt.
Mr. Gilkey of Shawano spent several days here recently.
Mrs. Chas. Anderson of Milwaukee attended the Johnson-Anderson wedding at Frostville last Wednesday.
Mrs. C.E. Wilcox and daughter, Mildred, are visiting relatives at Antigo.
Mrs. Frank Eggleston and Mrs. John Frederick of Marion visited at the E.F. Buss home here Sunday.
Mrs. E.J. LaCourt visited the first of the week at Green Bay and Oconto Falls.
Elmer Long of Clintonville spent Tuesday here.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stengel spent Sunday at Hayes with John Stengel and family.
Mrs. G. Gust of Hayes visited Saturday at the O.C. Zingler home.
Louis Rollman of Shawano spent several days here recently on business.
Arthur Johnson left Monday evening for Ashland where he will spend the coming year.
Dr. T.E. Daems spent Sunday with his family at Green Bay.
Mrs. Paul Trudenbach visited at Bonduel over Sunday.
James Costello and Glen Page left Monday for Holt's Spur.
H.P. Sorenson spent Tuesday afternoon at Kelley Brook.
Matt Wagner Sr. of Bonduel spent a few days here with relatives.
James Costello and Glen Page left Monday for Holt's Spur.
H.P. Sorenson spent Tuesday afternoon at Kelly Brook.
School District #3 closed Friday with a picnic in Fred Krool's woods. Among the ladies who took interest and helped were: Mrs. Anna Moede, Mrs. C.M. David, Mrs. Wm. Davis, Mrs. H. Farrar, Mrs. August Zimmerman, Mrs. Louis Buckman, Miss Frieda Firgens and Miss Laurella Buckman.
Frank and Alice Adlebush were Suring callers Friday.
Mrs. Wm. Davis and Frieda Firgens were callers at the David home Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Wm. Davis went to Gillett Wednesday.
Miss Christensen of Maple Valley is sewing at the Adlebush home.
Abraham Collier returned from Marinette Saturday where he had his thumb treated which he injured while working at Lakewood.
Ted Brooks was an Oconto visitor Monday.
Frank Svoboda of Beaver has been spending a few days here.
Miss Florence Benton and Miss Elsie Soquet of Green Bay were guests of Miss Esther Knowles Sunday.
A.W. Grunwaldt and family spent Sunday with relatives at Seymour.
Miss Ethel Angus of Oconto Falls is visiting Mrs. G.M. Wilson.
L.C. Harvey and family of Oconto drove over in their car Thuesday.
Mrs. Louis Rowell and Mrs. John St. John were Green Bay callers Monday.
Fred Liegeois of Green Bay spent Sunday here.
W. McGregor and Arthur Wescott have returned to Milwaukee where they are employed.
Mrs. Ben Adams spent Sunday with her parents at Green Bay.
Fred Byng is spending a few days at Lena.
James Ferris of Little Suamico was seen on our streets Saturday.
Miss Mae Pierre of Oconto spent Sunday with Miss Pearl Baudhuin.
Ed Dutton and son, Wesley, drove to Oconto Falls Sunday in their car.
Arthur Byng of Lena spent Saturday here. Mr. Byng has purchased a sawmill at Ellis Junction and will move his engine from Lena to that place.
Fred Feldt of Oconto was seen on our streets Friday.
Miss Lillian Miller of Marinette was the guest of Mrs. Peter Christian over Sunday.
Sam Ingalls and Joe Liegeois drove to Oconto Falls Sunday in the former's car.
Jack Thiede of Stiles attended the dance here Thursday.
Mrs. Constance Liegeois transacted business in Green Bay Saturday.
Ed Betts of De Pere spent Saturday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Betts.
Rev. Kundy has returnd from Appleton where he has been spending a few days.
Bernard Tuglaff of Channing, Mich., spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Tuglaff.
Mrs. Howard Winans returned Saturday from Channing, Mich., where she spent a few days.
C.H. Munsert of the Oconto Falls Motor Co., was a business caller here Saturday.
Mrs. Minnie Schultz of Brookside spent Saturday in Abrams.
Wesley Dutton transacted business in Oconto Thursday.
G.W. Sargant was a Green Bay and Appleton caller Saturday.
D. R.C. Faulds spent Thursday at Stiles Junction looking after the potato planting on his new farm. Dr. has got the entire farm into potatoes, and expects a large crop.
Will Huebscher was a Green Bay caller Thursday.
Harry and Arthur Whitcomb spent Thursday at Gillett.
James Parkinson of Stiles Junction was a business caller here Friday.
Miss Esther Knowles and Peal Baudhuin spent Saturday visiting friends at Green Bay.
E.H. Peterson, the pickle man is here looking after the pickle station.
Harry Whitcomb and Forest Peters transacted business in Green Bay Wednesday.
Mrs. Henry McGregor of Green Bay spent Thursday here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John St. John.
Ernest Krause of Chase was seen on our streets Wednesday.
Charles Fletcher of Green Bay with Swift & Co., of Chicago, made his regular trip here Wednesday.
Eugene Fitzpatrick and Mrs. David Bauder drove to Menominee, Mich., in their car Thursday. Mr. Fitzpatrick reported the roads very bad especially through Oconto County.
Victor Van and Ernest Krohn drove to Brussels Saturday in Mr. Van's car.
EXCHANGE OF PROPERTY: This last week a deal was closed which had been pending for some time. Jos. Liegeois traded 200 acres of land, located north of Abrams, to Mr. Gille of Brown county, for 5 acres of land, the best there is in Brown County, a hotel and saloon, butcher shop, barn and slaughter house. The property which Mr. Leigeois received is all in first class condition located on the DePere-Manitowoc road, 12 miles southeast of Green Bay. Mr. Leigeois does not intend to leave Abrams, but offers the above property for sale or rent. He informs us that if he were young he would like nothing better than the property which he now holds.
The Ladies' Aid of the Christian church met with Mrs. John Calhoun Wednesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fedler went to New London this week to be present at the graduating exercises where their daughter Laura graduated.
Mrs. T.P. Rierdon has gong to Kingston to visit her sister, Mrs. C. Jacquith.
A large crowd attended the party at George Cheffings Friday night in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sylvester.
Zach Stewart purchased twenty acres of land of Jack Sylvester. Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester are going to reside in Oconto.
Miss Minnie and Sophia Van Cleve and Ann Parker are attending summer school at Oconto.
Allen McMahon and Brooks Butler took the road job through Mud Creek Swamp.
A meeting of the F.R.A. lodge was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F.H. Butler Tuesday evening.
Miss Laura Fedler returned from New London where the spent the past school year.
Messrs. Kilmer and Marcouiller of Oconto Falls are building cottages at Kelly Lake.
F. Nelson called at the home of O.M. Saunders Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed McDougald of Two Rivers made a brief visit with Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur McDougald Saturday.
Frank Clayton was around taking school census Monday.
Frank Kamke, Jr. was confirmed at the German Lutheran church at Oconto Falls on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed McDougald spent Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kamke.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Closser drove to Spruce Friday evening.
Archie McDougald of Two Rivers came up to spend Bohemian Day at
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Rasmussen of Mountain are spending a few days with relatives at Spruce.
Mr. and Mrs. A.S. Closser returned from a visit with their daughters at Breed and Hayes.
J. Makolley raised a large barn last week.
Rob Hall made his regular trip to Oconto Falls Monday.
Misses Laura and Pauline Schultz returned home last Thursday from a
visit with their sister, Mr. Frank A. Urwan. Little Frances Urwan
accompanied them home.
Miss Myra Strack has returned home from Sioux City, Iowa, where she had been teaching school the past year.
Miss Julia Gauthier of Oconto Falls is here for a few days visit with Mr. and Mrs. Louis LeFave and family.
Miss Mary Simrow is a guest of friends in the city this week.
Victor St. Peter was injured while employed the Holt Lumber Company but is recovering rapidly.
Wilburt Surprise and Miss Hilda Bergeron attended the picnic at Pensaukee Sunday.
The Misses Florange Oasia and Ermine Oiselle of Minneapolis were among the number who attended the picnic at Pensaukee Sunday.
Frank Cleveland of Oconto Falls accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. L. Cleveland stopped over here for a short visit with Mr. and Mrs. A.E. Cleveland of this city.
Mr. and Mrs. C.S. Johnson and family of Escanaba, Mr. and Mrs. H.F. Haynes of Crystal Falls and Mrs. E.A. Prettyheart and children from Iron Mountain were guest of Mrs. Amos Dunton this week.
Mrs. W.J. Classon was a Stiles visitor Monday.
Rev. Fr. Vanier went to Marinette Monday.
E. Parker of Marinette was in the city on business Wednesday.
Misses Florence Owens and Ruth and Mildred Boyce of Oconto Falls Drove down with J.H. Delbridge Wednesday who was attending the meeting of the County Board.
Edward and Arthur Bond went to Green Bay Monday where Ed will open a mechanical drawing office specializing along the line of securing patents.
Miss Ora Lee returned home from Green Bay Monday evening where she had been visiting friends.
Mrs. H. Doran returned home from Milwaukee where she had been visiting relatives.
Mrs. Frank Van Harper is visiting relatives in Chicago.
Mrs. Fred Wright is visiting friends and relatives in Milwaukee this week.
Will Clary of Menominee was an Oconto visitor Wednesday.
Joe Neuville was a Green Bay visitor Sunday.
N.J. Mineau went to West Bend Monday.
James Robinson of Green Bay, a former resident here was in the city Monday renewing old acquaintances.
W.A. Holt was a business visitor in Townsend Tuesday.
Mrs. J. L. Van Osdal and her little son, Richard, of Bakersfield, Cal., have been visiting Mrs. F.E. Mann this week.
Art Ramsay went to Suring Monday.
James Felix was a Menominee visitor Monday.
Sigmund Lingelbach was a Green Bay visitor Wednesday.
Miss Mayme Turner of Green Bay arrived in the city Wednesday for a short visit with friends and relatives.
A. Ward of Antigo was an Oconto visitor Wednesday.
Mrs. Wm. Trams left Wednesday for a visit with friends and relatives in Appleton.
Alvin Sherry of Menominee was a business visitor in the city Wednesday.
Mrs. Frank Haynes of Crystal Falls who has been visiting in the city for a few days returned to her home
H.G. McFarlan has purchased the coal, lime, cement and brick business of the late W.M. Underhill and rented the site.
again swooped down upon Oconto Monday
night and officially visited several soft drink parlors in this
However it is reported no intoxicating liquors were found and no
Miss Gladys Vye of Madison was guest of honor at a 500 party given by Miss Kathryn Beeson Thursday evening. Miss Claudine Armstrong won the head prize.
Lena—The barn and sheds on the farm belonging to Joseph Nellis near Lena were totally destroyed by fire which originated from a bolt of lightning Monday evening between the hours of seven and nine.
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