Kaukauna Times
22 Sep 1905

Kaukauna Times, Kaukauna, WI, September 22, 1905

Miss Annie SAGER of the Waupaca Veterans Home is in the city to visit her
brother, Edward SAGER.

Miss Hattie LANGDON attended the wedding of her friend, Miss Bessie ROBLEE at
Appleton Wednesday.

W. W. DRISCOLL of Manitowoc who was here the guest of his cousin, Mrs. B.W.
HAYES, returned Tuesday.

Miss Agnes BELL has entered the Notre Dame academy at Milwaukee for a two
year's course of instruction.

Mrs. F. A. TOWSLEY departed Tuesday morning for Sioux Falls, South Dakota, to
spend a few weeks with friends.

Miss Augusta HEDTKE returned form a four months absence Saturday with friends
at Waupaca and New London.

Mrs. GEREND's millinery opening dates have been set for Monday and Tuesday,
Oct. 25 and 26. Don't miss it ladies.

James DELBRIDGE, superintendent of the Falls Manufacturing Co. at Oconto
Falls, was in Kaukauna Saturday on business.

Miss Anna MALONEY and Miss Mame DOUGHTERY were at Little Chute last Tuesday to attend the MALONEY-DOYLE wedding.

Mrs. Charles WHEATON and daughter, Miss Ella returned Tuesday from a week's
visit with friends at Fond du Lac and Oshkosh.

Mrs. Sophia GARLICH returned Saturday from a visit with her brother near
Saginaw, Mich., where she has spent the past four months.

Mrs. ORDWAY, Mrs. M. E. MAIN and Martin Main, Jr., Fond du Lac and William
TACHELL of Calumet were recent guests of Dr. and Mrs. DONALDSON.

Fred SCHUBRING of Hatley came down Saturday to transact some business in
Kaukauna and renew old acquaintances. He returned north Tuesday.

Mr. and Mrs. Fred SAXTON of San Marcial, New Mexico, and miss Laura SMITH of
Green Bay, who were in the city visiting Mr. and Mrs. L.D. BOWMAN, departed
for their homes Saturday.

Dr. C. A. WHITENACK returned Tuesday from a visit to his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. S. J. WHITENACK, Waupaca. His father has had a fourth stroke of
paralysis and has so far recovered that he is able to walk slowly.

Mrs. WARD of Marinette, wife of Dr. E. WARD formerly of this city, was here
Wednesday to visit her brother, Edward NEFF, and her mother, Mrs. NEFF of
Oshkosh, who is here the guest of her son, spending two weeks.

Joseph MCCARTY has commenced building a modern porch on his residence on
Wisconsin Avenue which is to be different from any in the city as it will be built of rock faced concrete blocks up to the usual height of the railing presenting a unique appearance and being of very substantial character. It will have colonial columns above the rail and will be eleven feet in width thus affording ample sitting room when needed. It will be extending in length to the present driveway along side the house.

Mich. CHOPIN spent Sunday with friends at Appleton.

Miss Emma KONRAD attended the fair at Weyauwega this week.

Mrs. and Mrs. Fred KONRAD spent Sunday with Manitowoc friends.

Mrs. A. W. ICKS of Antigo was in the city Tuesday calling on friends.

E. C. GRISWOLD attended the Brown County fair at Green Bay this week.

Mr. and Mrs. H. HENNINGSON spent Sunday at Green Bay with their son.

John JONES of Green Bay was here this week to visit his brothers {sic}, Henry JONES.

Miss Jessie BROWN of Ashland is in the city the guest of Miss Augusta HEDTKE.

Mrs. Chris. HANSON departed Tuesday for a week's visit with friends at Sheboygan.

Thos. MANNING spent Sunday with his daughter, Mrs. Will LIBERT.

Mrs. Louis GLENN of Chippewa Falls is int he city spending the week with relatives.

Miss Kate MCCARTY is in Chicago this week attending the dress makers convention.

Joseph FRANCOIS was called to Wrightstown Saturday by the sickness of a relative.

William KOWALKE and sister Erna were guests of Appleton friends Wednesday
evening.

Mrs. George MODROW departed Wednesday to spend the week with her parents at
Oconto.

Arthur KALK of Chicago is spending the week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred KALK.

Mr. KLEINHAUS of Elmore spent Friday in Kaukauna, a guest at the home of
William KLUMB.

Miss Francis Johnson and Miss Hattie MICHALICK left for Ohio Monday for a
visit with friends.

Miss Annie SAGER of the Waupaca Veterans Home is in the city to visit her
brother, Edward SAGER.

Miss Hattie LANGDON attended the wedding of her friend, Miss Bessie ROBLEE at
Appleton Wednesday.

E. W. DRISCOLL of Manitowoc who was here the guest of his cousin, Mrs. B. W.
HAYES, returned Tuesday.

Miss Agnes BELL has entered the Notre Dame academy at Milwaukee for a two
years course of instruction.

Mrs. F. A. TOWSLEY departed Tuesday morning for Sioux Falls, South Dakota, to
spend a few weeks with friends.

Miss Augusta HEDTKE returned from a four months absence Saturday with friends
at Waupaca and New London.

Mrs. GEREND's millinery opening dates have been set for Monday and Tuesday,
October 25 and 26. Don't miss it ladies.

James DELBRIDGE, superintendent of the Falls Manufacturing Co, at Oconto
Falls, was in Kaukauna Saturday on business.

Ben SECOR of Fond du Lac is spending the week with south side friends and relatives.

Jos. H. DOUGHERTY left last Thursday for Waseca, Minn., where he will (be)
stationed for some time to work for the Northwestern railway company.

Jams FARRELL returned Tuesday morning from a several days visit with Milwaukee friends.

 

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