rector of St. Mark’s Episcopal church
for the last three years has accepted a calling to the pastorate of the
Episcopal church of Trinidad, Col.
Ray E. MacAllister, son of Angus MacAllister of this city, has passed the Michigan State Bar examination with an average of 86 per cent, according to word received from Lansing by him early this week.
Misses Claire and Rosemary Fabry returned Wednesday to St. Joseph’s Academy, Green Bay, after spending their vacation at home.
Paul, the five-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis LaCombe had the misfortune to fracture his arm last week.
amount of damage was done to the high
school building Friday noon when a bolt of lightning struck the cupola,
knocked a hole through it two feet in diameter, and then followed its
down to the edge of the roof.
A reception in honor of Mr. and Mrs. R.A. Garrison, the new pastor of the Presbyterian church of this city, is being held this evening in the church house.
The store building
formerly occupied by the Home Bakery,
is being remodeled and made ready for the occupancy of William VanGaal,
who plans to open a new grocery store.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hellert,
Third Street, entertained several little girls Wednesday in honor of
P.A. Badour has
opened up an office this week as justice
of the peace in the former Geo. Beyer office at 1308 Main Street.
Gail Kennedy has arrived home from St. Paul. He has just graduated from the University of Minnesota and will now take a post graduate course at Columbia University, New York.
Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Watson of Clarrissa, Minn., arrived at the home of their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Donald MacQueen Friday and visited until Monday.
Miss Agnes Pierre entertained three couples at a dinner party Monday night in honor of Mr. and Mrs. John Vogel of North Dakota.
returned Monday from a trip to Canada,
where he visited at his former home of Glencaria, Enroute he
at Berwick and Chesterville, Canada and Binghampton, Scranton and
Probably the worst tragedy that ever occurred in Klondike happened Saturday night when the three year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pat Janovsky met death in the fire that destroyed their home.
Francis Kain, the eight year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kain, was injured Monday afternoon when he was struck by a car.
Word was received here this week announcing the death Monday of John Morris in New York city. Mrs. Morris was formerly Agnes Cole of this city.
The oldest couple in the United States, Mr. and Mrs. James Bell, Sr., Abrams, was separated by death Friday. After an illness of several months from a complication of troubles incident to old age, James Bell, Sr. died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Jane Christian Friday. At the time of his death he was over 105 years old. His wife, who survives him is 103 years old.
About thirty friends of Mrs. J.P. Larsen of this city helped her celebrate her sixty-seventh birthday anniversary Friday afternoon.
Alfred Bryzche, four-year-old Sobieski boy, was run over in Oconto Falls Sunday afternoon by a car driven by W.A. Flatley. A scalp wound resulted which will not prove serious unless some infection sets in later.
Joseph Holl, constable of the town of How, is recovering from bruises and a pair of black eyes received in a fight which took place in Hayes when he and his assistant engaged in action with a party of young men from Gillett.
Oconto gets another new industry in the city when the Bond Pickle company plans to begin operation by January first. They plan to employ fifteen to twenty people at the start.
While tustling with a companion on the railroad track Sunday afternoon Timothy Davis fell, struck his knee on the rail and fractured the bone.
While playing football with some of his companions Sunday afternoon, Gustave LeComte, seventeen-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. G. LeComte, broke his left let.
The insurance agency, owned for several years by John J. Caldwell, was sold this week to Julius Heisinger.
A diamond wedding
celebration took place in Oconto
recently when Mr. and Mrs. Soren Bach of Maple Valley celebrated the
fifth anniversary of their wedding at the home of their son James on
Mr. and Mrs.
Ernest Hassenfelt and son, Harold, went
to Appleton Saturday to get their daughter, Dollie, who had been
with her aunt. Mrs. Geo. Kinziger.
The blinding glare
of lights on a car he was meeting
caused the driver of the Ford sedan, owned by Charles Windross,
to crash head on into a team of horses drawing a load of hay on highway
15 near Brookside last Saturday evening at about six.