Kaukauna Times
March 1909

Kaukauna Times, Kaukauna, WI, March 5, 1909

F. M. CHARLESWORTH was at New London Monday on business.

George HAAS and B. W. HAYES were New London visitors Sunday.

Thomas REARDON departed for Janesville Wednesday to visit friends.

Mrs. Frank MAYBERRY of Milwaukee spent Friday with Mrs. A. E. PARTON.

George FOEGEN of Buffalo county spent last week with his son, Casper FOEGEN.

James FINDESEN of the town of Morrison was in the city Tuesday on business.

Mrs. E. H. WEBSTER of Plymouth is spending a few weeks with her son, C. S. WEBSTER.

Mrs. WILKIE of Fond du Lac is a guest at the home of her daughter, Mrs. A. R. BECHAUD.

Miss Vivian PRATT of Milwaukee was a guest this week of Mrs. Mary PRATT and family.

William NOREMBERG of Fond du Lac was a guest in the family of C. F. W. FORSTEL Friday.

Messers. Arthur GENIESSE and Armand MILLER of Green Bay called on Kaukauna
friends Sunday.

Miss Lezetta RICK of Ashland spent a week with her aunt, Mrs. Henry SANBERT, and Mrs. Hugo GEHR.

Mr. & Mrs. Lee WEBSTER and daughter of Ashland were recent guests of S. S. WEBSTER.

Mr. and Mrs. Anton DEDERICH are the parents of a 12 pound son born to them on
Washington's birthday.

Mr. and Mrs. Nic. FAUST spent Sunday and Monday with their daughter, Mrs. Joseph BERENDSON at Green Bay.

Mrs. Emma ALLEN, who was here the past two weeks visiting her brother, Frank LOOPE, returned to Omro Thursday.

Mrs. William FRANKOW of Green Bay, who was in the city the guest of Mrs. C. F. W. FORESTER, returned home Friday.

Mrs. Charles SEIBERT and son Robert of Green Bay are in the city visiting Mrs. SEIBERT's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George FARGO.

Roland OZBURNE departed Wednesday for Galesville, where he will be employed on a residence which the George L. SMITH company is building.

Miss Elsbeth FORSTER of Shiocton who was here to visit her parents, Mrs. and Mrs. C. R. W. FORSTER, returned to her duties as school teacher Friday.

Conductor William WHITE fell from a car at Appleton Junction yesterday and injured his hip. He will be laid up for several days.

Judge GOODLAND instructed the jury to return a verdict in favor of the defendant in the $3,000 damage suit of Andrew STARK vs. John HEENAN.

Henry NETTEKOVEN, who had been at St. Elizabeth's hospital for some time, is again on duty with the Kaukauna Gas, Electric Light and Power company.

Mrs. J. H. CHAMBERLAIN was tendered a birthday dinner surprise Wednesday by a
number of friends who took possession of her home, where they spent several hours very pleasantly.

Mrs. E. GREVES expects to leave for San Francisco in about a week to visit her daughter, Mrs. Fred LINDAUER. She will also visit her daughter, Mrs. RINK at Vancouver Island before returning.

Charles T. PIERCE, superintendent of the Indian school at Flandreau, D. D. formerly superintendent of the Oneida reservation, arrived at Green Bay Saturday after being snowbound in southern Minnesota for three days.

Mr. and Mrs. A. W. YOUNG of Lincoln, Nebraska, and Mr. and Mrs. H. LOONAN of
Sioux Falls, South Dakota, visited over Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. TOWSLEY. The three ladies were schoolmates in girlhood days.

Mr. and Mrs. A. KULL and son Alfred returned from Frenchtown Friday, where they attended the funeral of Mrs. KULL's cousin, Antone LeFEBRE. Mrs. KULL returned to Frenchtown again the following day to care for Mrs. LeFEBRE, who is in a critical condition.

Sixteen young lady friends of Miss Lottie KUDER took her by surprise Monday evening, the occasion being her sixteenth birthday anniversary. They presented her with sixteen pieces of Japanese ware and enjoyed a delightful visit at her home on the north side.

The Tourist club of Appleton, 24 members, were entertained Saturday afternoon at a 5 o'clock tea at the home of Miss Amanda McNAUGHTON, corner of Grignon and Division streets by Miss McNAUGHTON and Miss GUNMAN of Appleton.

Dr. C. D. BOYD read a paper before a meeting of the Medical societies of Winnebago, Outagamie and Fond du Lac counties at Oshkosh Thursday night. Dr. A. Am. FISCHER was also in attendance. The program was followed by a banquet.

John CORCORAN announces his candidacy for reelection to the office of supervisor of the Fourth ward. Contrary to the supposition that Mr. CORCORAN has removed from the city he says he is still a resident of the Fourth ward, and is only absent temporarily a few days at a time and expects soon to have his wife and family back home.

Kaukauna Times, Kaukauna, WI, March 26, 1909

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert TOWSLEY Monday, a son.

Ralph KONRAD of Merrill is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank KONRAD.

G. W. JENKINS of Wrightstown spent Thursday in Kaukauna on business.

Miss Mabel McGARY of Appleton was in the city Wednesday calling on friends.

John PLANK is spending the week with his brother, Robert PLANK at Abbotsford.

Frank BACH of Milwaukee was a guest in the family of J. G. FECHTER Thursday.

W. S. MULFORD of Peoria has written friends here that he expects to visit Kaukauna very soon, possibly next week.

Mrs. H. S. COOKE is a daughter of the American Revolution, being a direct descendant of colonel Jonathan AVERY of Greenfield, Mass., a town located at the junction of the Deerfield river with the Connecticut a section swept by both the Indians and the British at different periods.

Jacob MARX of Oshkosh a former resident of the south side and brother to Mrs. Nic BLAU, died Monday morning at ST. Elizabeth's hospital, Chicago, following an operation for gallstones from which he had been suffering for some time. Mr. MARX was the leading grain dealer while here at the south side elevator and was city treasurer at one time. He built the residence now owned by John A. STRATHEARN on Sixth street and left Kaukauna for Oshkosh in 1896, where he established a grain and feed business which he still continued up to the time of his death under the name of J. W. MARX & Co.


On Wednesday, March 31, John CORCORAN will offer all of the personal property on his farm at public auction. Farm situated two and one-half miles east of the new London city hall, in the Town of Liberty, Outagamie county. Fifteen milch cows, four horses, three yearling calves, and a complete outfit of farm machinery will be included in the sale. Commences at 10 o'clock in the morning.


Fred LINDAUER of Merrill informed a TIMES reporter that he intends at once to move his family bak to Kaukauna to reside permanently. Mr. LINDAUER will take charge of the construction of the new pulp mill to be built at Little Rapids and after the mill is finished will be in charge of it for his brother, Luther LINDAUER. He will immediately move his goods here so as to be in readiness to take up his work.


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