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Flash From The Past - 1921
 

Oconto County Reporter
April 28, 1921

Couillardville - A party was given at the F. Carey home in honor of their daughter Myrtle, whose birthday was last Saturday.

Donald DeWitt is home from Lake Geneva for a visit with his parents.



Oconto Falls 
June 24, 1921
researched, transcribed and contributed by Dick La Brosse

Evan Schaal has acquired great skill in managing the punching bagl  He will soon be ready to give lessons on that line.

Hugo Hemminger and John D. Johnson, Paul Wolfe and Gott. Tisch went to Rat River fishing Saturday.  The reported no fish, but lots of mosquito bits.

Gaylord Goddard, student at the state university, arrived home from Madison last Saturday morning for the summer vacation.

Miss Inez Waldron came home Monday evening from Niagara, Wis. Where she had been employed in the public schools during two seasons past.

Jacob and Harry Fridstein and their mother, Mrs. S. Fridstein, of Marinette, spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. Lipschutz in this city.

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Krahn and family of Kaukauna, were guests over Sunday of Dr. and Mrs. G.W. Krahn at their summer cottage at Kelly Lake

Miss Josephin Volk, who has been teaching at Niagara, Wis., the past two years, arrived home last Saturday Night.

Dr. and Mrs. R. J. Goggins, accompanied by Misses Aurelia O’Neill and Vernice Mc Curdie, motored to Green Bay, Sunday.

A very pretty christening occurred at the home of Leo Marquardt last Friday evening, when their daughter was named, Bertha Winnefred.

Misses Mildred and Ruth Boyce left Tuesday for Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., and yesterday boarded the steamer Octorara for Buffalo, N.Y.  They will visit Paul Riner at Niagara Falls and then plan on going from there by boat down Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence river and will traverse the Lake George and Lake Champlain districts.  They will also visit relatives at Chestertown, Saratoga, Potsdam and New York City.
 
 


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