A fire of unknown origin completely destroyed the new home of Mrs. Caroline Oas, Stiles, Tuesday morning.
The marriage of Alfred Rhode, Oconto, and Miss Nola Kincaid, Crandon, took place June 24, at Crandon.
John Poudrier, Mead McNulty and Carl Richter reported a very enjoyable ride to Iron Mountain by plane.
Parents of new babies are Mr. and Mrs. George Frease, a son; Mr. and Mrs. Francis Trepanier, a son; and Mr, and Mrs. William Darr, a baby girl.
Mr. and Mrs. Sigfred Hansen were honored on the occasion of their silver wedding anniversary Sunday.
Fifty-six enthusiastic youngsters will be given swimming instructions under the direction of Lloyd Tourtillott, present park manager.
Miss Stella Mathey and Rynold Rosera were married Tuesday at 9 o'clock, Lena.
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Minar celebrated their
golden wedding anniversary July 4.
Grasshopper damage to crops was reported as extensive in Oconto county.
Melvin McDonald received severe head injuries when he tripped and fell from a second story balcony at St. Mary's hospital, Green Bay, where he is employed.
Leonard Zangler, Suring, was awarded a three-year Fairchild scholarship in the Harvard Law school.
The Oconto Woolen Mills will begin operating both night and day within the next ten days.
Mayor Donald MacQueen has been directed to appoint a special harbor committee in preparation for a hearing scheduled the latter part of Aug.
A baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hugo, Pensaukee, Saturday, July 22.
Miss Ida Kane was married on Tuesday to Clarence Huisman.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hall are the parents of a son, Ralph Jr., born Tuesday morning.
A barn belonging to Anthony Stock, Abrams, was struck by lightning during an electrical storm Thursday evening.
C. W. Halsted, 80, pioneer settler and Lena’s first
postmaster ( 1880-1882
), died at his home west of the
village Sunday evening. A sad feature to this story is that Mrs. Olson, a young mother of two and who was housekeeper for the Halsteds, died very suddenly on Tuesday. Doctors were puzzled as to the cause of her sudden departure.
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