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Flash From The Past - 1930


Oconto County Reporter
July 3, 1930

Police officials, Milwaukee, notified Arthur O’Neill, city policeman, Ford sedan belonging to Seeley Davis, one of Oconto County’s motorcycle policemen, stolen here, had been found in Milwaukee.

The American House, old landmark of Oconto, was badly damaged late Friday night by flames believed to have been of incendiary origin.  Fire Chief Bert Harris notified the state fire marshal that he believed the fire had been set.
 


Oconto County Reporter, 
16 October 1930 
contributor: Ron Renquin

YOUNG COUPLE WED AT STILES SERVICE 

      Abrams -- Miss Margaret MacAllister, eldest daughter of Roy  MacAllister of Stiles Junction became the bride of Crosby Whitcomb, son of  Lester Whitcomb of Abrams, at a quiet wedding ceremony Saturday evening at 8  o'clock at the St. Patrick's parsonage at Stiles with the Rev. Fr. Raymaker  performing the ceremony. 
      The bride wore a brown traveling suit with hat to match.  Miss  Beatrice Whitcomb of Abrams, sister of the groom, attended the bride, while  Lee MacAllister, brother of the bride, attended the groom. 
      The young couple will spend their honeymoon in Milwaukee and Chicago. 
They have not made definite arrangements for the future


 

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