Kaukauna Times
8 Dec 1905

Kaukauna Times, Kaukauna, WI, December 8, 1905

Edgar ST. MARY of Oconto who was here calling on friends returned Thursday.

Mrs. Mich. CHOPIN and Mrs. Albert KOEHN called on Appleton friends on Tuesday.

Miss Katherine WALDORF of Oshkosh is the guest of Miss Lena GARLIC for an extended visit.

Miss Jeannie BLAU was the guest of her cousin, Miss Odie MARX, at Oshkosh Saturday and Sunday.

Luther LINDAUR returned Thursday from a business trip to Dayton, O., Batavia, and Chicago, Ils.

Mrs. C. B. HODENFIELD departed Wednesday for Lake Mills to make an extended visit with her parents.

Miss Minnie EHNARD and Miss Carrie VANBECKUM of Wrightstown were in the city Wednesday to call on friends.

Barney COCORAN has lost a fur glove for the right hand, and would be very thankful for its return by the finder.

Miss Bessie WENTE of Wausu on her way home from Detroit, Mich;, called to visit her brother Elwood WENTE Thursday.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank GARDAFEE of Grand Rapids, Mich. who were here visiting their cousin Mrs. Joseph HAMILTON departed for their home Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph MCCARTY departed Tuesday for Wausau to attend the state convention of County Insane Asylum trustees of which Mr. MCCARTY is a member.

Appleton Post: John MCNAUGHTON was taken suddenly ill Wednesday with strong symptoms of appendicitis. His condition has since improved and it is thought that an operation will be unnecessary at this time.

Walter CULL of West Depere arrived here Wednesday to comence painting the WENDT block on Wisconsin Avenue for which he has taken the contract. The plate glass front was placed in the WENDT building tuesday.

The Miss Martha HINNENTHAL, Erma KOWALKE, Laura MILLS, Helen RENNECKE, Bertha and Amanda SCHUBRING, Marie HASS, Emma LOSTIN and Annie SCHROEDER attended a concert at the Ev. Lutheran Church Thanksgiving evening at Appleton.

A new spout was placed on the pen stock at the northside depot Thursday morning by a crew of men from Fond du Lac. It had to be done between trains as nearly every train passing Kaukauna stops to water here and the job could not hinder any of them by having to wait.

Mrs. George BROWN's last birthday which occurred Wednesday evening was a memorable occasion to her by the presence of thirty-five of her friends who spent the evening and passed the hours merrioy in dancing and music. Refreshments were served and all enjoyed the event.

Miss Mabel MADEL of Clintonville is a guest of her aunt, Mrs. H. J. MULHOLLAND.

Mrs. Jos. BIRCHERDT was called to Manitowoc this week to attend the funeral of a relative.

Mrs. A. SCHOUTEN was called to Milwaukee Friday by the serious illness of her daughter from pneumonia.

Mr. and Mrs. Jos. RUTTERER will remove next week to Deer River, Minnesota, where they have decided to locate.

Mrs. W. A. POORE of Dubuque, Iowa, is in the city this week visiting friends, a guest of her daughter Mrs. F. F. BECKER.

Mrs. H. H. ROGERS of Appleton spent Wednesday with Mrs. G. H. DAWSON who is again confined to her home with illness.

From now until after the holiday season all the stores of the city which have been closing at 6 o'clck certain evenings of the week, will remain open every evening for the transaction of holiday business. The merchants also announce that their stores will remain closed all day Christmas and New Years.

Ira DRUMM of Brillion was a guest Monday of Otto DEERING.

Mrs. Charles RISTAU has returned from a three weeks' visit at Colby.

Miss Maude KOCK of Oconto spent Sunday with south side relatives.

Highest market price paid for hides at LEHRER's market on third Street.

Swifts premium fancy cured ham only 12 1/2 cents a pound at F. J. BALGIE's.

Miss Margaret O'CONNELL is spending this week with friends at Green Bay.

Mr. & Mrs. Wm. KRAUS of Brillion spent Friday and Saturday with south side relatives.

Miss Sophia GREVES of Potter arrived Wednesday to visit her sister, Mrs. OTTO ENGLEMANN.

R. H. PLANK of Ashland spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert PLANK and family.

Mesdames John and G. SCHULER of Brillion spent Saturday and Sunday with south side relatives.

Mrs. George WENNINGHOFF returned Friday to Fond du Lac after a few days visit with her parents, Mrs. and Mrs. Robert HAMILTON.

A number of friends of Arthur HIPP surprised him last Sunday evening the occasion being his birthday. All report a good time.

Going to salt some pork, try some lard and make some home-made sausage? LEHRER will sell you a whole of half a hog at wholesale price.

We offer on Saturday, December 9, 10 dozen sterling silver teaspoons, regular price $4 per set, sale price $2.95. Only on set sold to one person. HYDE & CO., the Appleton Jewelers.

Mrs. W. S. MULFORD entertained the Woman's club Tuesday afternoon.

The Relief society will meet with Mrs. John HITING next Thursday afternoon.

Contractor George L. SMITH departed Monday on a business trip to Monticello, Indiana.

Mr. and Mrs. Chas. O'BRIEN and children spent Sunday with friends and relatives at Oshkosh.

George KINNEY was home from Chicago last week for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John KINNEY.

LANG, the Wisconsin Avenue grocer, has a choice line of Christmas confectionery, nuts, tree trimmings, etc.

Miss Jennie SHOWERS of Oconto who spent Thanksgiving the guest of Miss Onieta KUDER, returned to her home Friday.

Mr. and Mrs. J. L. ANDERSON returned Monday evening form a Thanksgiving visit with Rev. and Mrs. Q. L. DOWD in Illinois. On the way home Mr. ANDERSON stopped off and spent the day at Jefferson, his old home. He has not been there for upwards of twenty-five years and found the little city much changed in appearance.

Pillsbury's Best XXXX Flour $5.00 per barrel, 2 barrel lots or more $4.70. Other brands of four sold accordingly. H. SCHOLL, phone 180.

The steamer Evelyn got caught in the ice at Menasha and will probably have to remain there until spring. The most of her cargo has been unloaded.

The friends of S. H. HARTMAN, who left here about four years ago for the west, will be glad to learn that he is about to graduate from a medical college at Lincoln, Neb.

Ed. DAHLIEN has been promoted to the position of yard-master of the North-western yards at Sheboygan. Ed's many friends congratulate him upon his promotion and wish him success.

The Misses Eva and Lottie KNICKERBOCKER entertained twenty of their young gentlemen and lady friends Friday evening at a social party given at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. KNICKERBOCKER, Oviatt Street.

George GREEN, employed at the Ashland division shops, got pretty badly crippled over two weeks ago by a step ladder breaking down under him. In falling, his whole weight came down so that he gave his heel a bad wrench, and has not been able since to put his foot on the ground.

Mrs. N. H. BROKAW is entertaining twenty guests at a house party at her home at the foot of Union Street. Among those present are Mr. and Mrs. W. L. EDMUNDS and family of Wausau: Dr. and Mrs. S. J. EDMUNDS and family of Brokaw: the Rev. and Mrs. L. M. EDMUNDS of Rhinelander; Hon and Mrs. E. A. EDMUNDS of Rhinelander; Attorney Claude G. CANNON of Appleton--Appleton Post

James BROOKS of Manasha was in the city Wednesday on business.

Mrs. O. E. JONES and daughter Ruby were Appleton visitors Wednesday.

Mrs. MCFARLAND of Hilbert spent several days this week with south side friends.

Miss Lizzie FOX returned Wednesday from a two weeks visit at her former home at Cato.

John MAHAN of Milwaukee returned home Saturday after a several days visit with J. J. CLARK and family.

F. J. BALGIE is selling Swift's premium fancy sugar cured ham at 12 1/2 cents a pound; usual price 15 cents.

Miss Anna KREBSER, returned Wednesday from a week's visit with her aunt,
Mrs. VERHOVEN, at Oshkosh.

Harry MAYBERRY of Milwaukee was up and spent Saturday and Sunday with his sister, Mrs. Edward PARTON.

Miss Madge DOOLEY entertained a party of her girl friends Thanksgiving evening at her home on Green Street.

Miss Evelyn KLEE who was at Fond du Lac visiting her grand-parents, Mr. and Mrs. John KLEE, returned Thursday.

Genuine 14 K diamond rings, regular prive $12 (honest folks that what it says), will be sold at $9, special price at HYDE & Co., the Appleton Jewelers.

Miss Gertrude GORES of Fond du Lac who was here the guest of her sister Mrs. Henry KLEE returned to her home Monday.

RISTAU Bros. are engaged at West Holland with a crew of men under F. JADEAU moving a dance hall which is to be used as a store.

The Misses Jennie and Ruby SIZER of Fond du Lac who were in the city Thanksgiving guests with Mr. and Mrs. George GREEN returned Friday.

Mrs. Arthur BIRCH and Miss Lizzie BRENNAN of Fond du Lac who were Thanksgiving guests with Mr. and Mrs. Martin SKELLY returned home Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph BERENDSEN of Green Bay, who spent Thanksgiving with Mrs. BERENDSEN's parents, Mrs. and Mrs. Nic FAUST, returned to their home Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. W. L. MCCAULEY, their daughter Miss Regina and son KEUELM MCCAULEY of Oshkosh, were guests with Mr. and Mrs. Henry SCHUBERT Thanksgiving.

John REUTER departed Monday night for the west to seek a location for a home for his family. Mr. REUTER went from here to Billings, Mont., and later will go to Denver, Col., and other points.

Mrs. Mary MALONEY, who has spent the past six weeks with her daughter, Mrs. J. W. DOUGHERTY, returned Wednesday to her home in Chicago, accompanied by Mrs. DOUGHERTY and son Joseph, who will spend a week in the metropolis, also stopping off a Milwaukee on their return trip.

Miss Amanda WILKE of Manitowoc was a guest with Miss Leone KRAHN over Sunday.

John NEWHOUSE of Milwaukee spent Sunday with his sister, Miss Margaret NEWHOUSE.

Miss Eda NEMOEDE of Chicago is spending the week with her sister, Mrs. Al SCHROEDER.

Arthur DOW of Manitowoc was in the city Monday to visit his sister, Mrs. Josephine EDGELL.

Mrs. C. B. AXEN returned Tuesday evening from a Thanksgiving visit with her parents in Chicago.

William J. LINDSTROM of Chicago arrived Tuesday evening for a visit with his sister, Mrs. C. V. AXEN.

Mrs. and Mrs. John LICHT have returned home to Hartford after a several days' visit here with relatives.

Get a Bissell carpet sweeper for mother at MARTEN's: full stock of styles, ranging from $2.50 to $5.00 each.

Henry and Walter SAUBERT returned to Madison Monday after spending their Thanksgiving vacation at home.

Mrs. Perry SPICER of Fond du Lac who was a guest with Mrs. Frank FOSHA Thanksgiving, returned Saturday.

Mr.and Mrs. John WOLF who were at Antigo the guests of their son the past two weeks returned Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. R. W. SCHOLL of Appleton were guests Sunday with Mrs. SCHOLL's sister, Mrs. Joseph MCCARTY.

Fred DOMROW of Chicago was int eh city Thanksgiving a guest with his aunt Mrs. Henry JONES and returned Sunday.

Mrs. M. C. BRAHAN who has been at St. Elizabeth hospital at Appleton the past three weeks, returned to her home Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Louis RUSCH of Oconto Falls who were guests with their daughter, Mrs. Matt SALCHERT, returned Monday.

Manager D. E. POWERS of the Wisconsin Telephone company was in Milwaukee Tuesday and Wednesday on business.

Pen and ink sketches promply and artistically executed upon order at the Pantorium. Leave orders with Percy CHAMBERLAIN.

Appleton Crescent--The Misses Laura HAYES, Amanda YOUNG, and Margaret CARNEY were visitors at Kaukauna Sunday.

Miss Clara PHILIPPS [sic] returned to Grand Rapids Monday night after having spent her Thanksgiving vacation with relatives in Kaukauna.

Matt. DONOVAN returned Monday from Hermansville where he had been for the first time in ten years to spend Thanksgiving with his mother, Mrs. M. DONOVAN.

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