Roy Valitchka, boy scout, who for sometime has been making a collection of various kinds of wood, received a large parcel from Boy Scout Donald McCune, of Lake Worth, Fla., a grandson of Hans Hansen, of this city. Last week containing twenty-one specimens of wood.
John Ankerson, treasurer of the town of Spruce, was the first town treasurer to turn over the town’s share of state taxes. He reported to county treasurer Asa Couillard on February 2.
Miss Bernice Porterfield, a senior at Lawrence college, Appleton, has been elected one of the four best loved girls on the campus. Announcement to that effect was made at the annual YWCA colonial banquet held Monday night.
Mrs. William Richter left for Kearney, Wyo. Thursday to visit her mother.
Valley Line School—Reinhold Wesner, a second grader, is taking reading with the third and fourth graders.
Norman Walsk, who resides north of the village of Abrams, shot a wolf Monday.
Miss Clymene Parisey of Oconto, a graduate of the Oconto High school with the class of “25”, had the honor of winning first place in the sixth annual freshman oratorical contest presented at the College of St. Theresa, Winona, Minn., Feb. 27.
Eugene, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Witeck, entertained
fifteen of his little friends Wednesday afternoon, it being his fourth
The Elm Grove
School in the town of Oconto was completely
destroyed by fire early Sunday morning. The flames were
by Eugene Marek about three thirty but by the time the neighborhood was
aroused the building was beyond all help. The fire was so
that the cement block walls crumbled to the ground.
John Greene left
Friday for Milwaukee where he will
be employed. His family will join him in June.
Peter Nerenhausen, local freight agent of the C. & N. W. Ry., left Tuesday for Europe. His brother Frank, joined him at Chicago. They will be gone three months.
O’Neil, son of Mr. and Mrs. John O’Neil and
Miss Violet Plump of the town of Little River, were quietly married at
Menominee on March 1.
The golden wedding
anniversary of Rev. and Mrs. H.
Eisenbach was fittingly celebrated Sunday at the Immanuel Evangelical
church of which Rev. Eisenbach has been pastor for thirty four years.