Kaukauna Times
October 1908

Kaukauna Times, Kaukauna, WI, Oct 9, 1908

Miss Meta KILGAS was an Appleton visitor Sunday.

Miss Tecla BAST of West Allis is a guest of Mrs. Will PAHNKE.

Walter GRAY of Chicago spent Sunday with Kaukauna friends.

Grover WOLF is attending Bushey's business college at Appleton.

Mrs. Louis BETH of Green Bay called on friends in Kaukauna Thursday.

Mrs. Frank GOULD of Green Bay spent Sunday with Kaukauna friends.

The Rev. P. J. LOCHMAN returned from a business trip to Madison Monday.

Mrs. GUECKENBERG of Appleton was a guest this week of here sister, Mrs. Joseph ZINK.

Mrs. Sophia GARLICH returned Tuesday from a three weeks' visit with friends at Oshkosh.

Fred BLOY of Ripon, formerly of this city, visited Sunday with Mrs. and Mrs. H. E. DONNER.

Miss Cecilia LINDSTROM returns to Hortonville tomorrow where she will teach the coming year.

Mrs. William HAIGHT and daughter Grace of Green Bay were guests this week of Mrs. Roland WOLF.

W. G. McNAUGHTON of Huntington, Canada, was here Monday to visit his sister, Miss Amanda McNAUGHTON.

Mesdames H. B. TANNER, J. A. STRATHEARN and Althea CARNEY were Tuesda guests of Mrs. HARTLEY at Oshkosh.

Roy KUEHN has resigned his position with the Union Bag and Paper company and has entered Lawrence university.

The Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers are removing their headquarters and paraphernalia to Green Bay this week.

Charles McCARTY returned last week from a visit of four months with relatives at Lynn, Mass, and other eastern points.

The Misses Eleanor BARTH, Anna DRISSEN and Miss MOORE of Green Bay were guests Sunday at the home of John JANSEN.

Raymond LANDGRAF of Menasha visited at home Sunday.

Mrs. A. R. COATES left Saturday to visit friends at Milwaukee.

Barney CORCORAN was at Fond du Lac Sunday to visit his brother.

Farmers in this vicinity report an exceptionally poor crop of potatoes.

Mrs. Henry TUTTLE returned Friday from a visit with friends at Janesville.

Harold THOMPSON of Iron Mountain spent Sunday with Kaukauna friends.

Theodore MOLBERG and Arthur KROMER were Menasha visitors Sunday.

Supt G. J. QUIGLEY of the Ashland division was down from Antigo Tuesday.

Mrs. L. T. TAYLOR of Appleton spent Sunday with her father, John JANSEN.

Joseph KUCHELMEISTER, who has been ill for several weeks, is again able to be about.

Miss Marguerite KIRCHNER of Green Bay spent Sunday the guest of friends in Kaukauna.

Fred ZIEGLER, a well known farmer of Apple Creek, had his hand badly mangled in a corn shredder.

Mrs. Frank GOULD and daughter of Green Bay were guests in the family of H. E. THOMPSON over Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. F. A. KRUEGER of Quarry, Manitowoc county are guests in the family of William KILGAS.

Matt HEIF left Monday for O'Neill, Nebraska, where he will register for the Rosebud reservation drawing.

Mr. and Mrs. R. A. WOLF spent Sunday with Mrs. WOLF's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. HAIGHT, at Green Bay.

Mrs. Hugo WEIFENBACH and sister Mrs. J. SWAN, of Mount Pleasant, Mich., are visiting friends in Manitowoc.

Mr. and Mrs. D. WAGNER of Cleveland, Manitowoc county, spent Sunday with their nephew, F. C. SCHULER.

Thomas SHILLCOX will sell his personal property at public auction at the SHILLCOX farm, Thursday, October 15.

Miss Ethel JACKSON who is employed at Appleton spent Sunday in the city with here sister, Mrs. Nell BURKHART.

The Rev. G. HINNENTHAL of Black Creek has received a call from Minnesota, which he has under consideration.

Mrs. George W. FARGO, Jr., entertained the King's Heralds at her home on Grignon street Saturday afternoon.

Mr. and Mrs. Joe BEURISH of Manitowoc were guests Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank SCHREINER.

Miss Sarah MITCHELL, who spent the past three weeks with here sister, Mrs. G. J. JACKSON, at Oshkosh returned Saturday.

Mrs. John FRAHS is visiting relatives at Madison.

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Grant WHITMAN Tuesday, a son.

W. J. SAUBERT of Green Bay spent Sunday in Kaukauna.

Mr. and Mrs. D. CROWE are visiting relatives at Beaver Dam.

J. A. DEVEREUX transacted business in Milwaukee this week.

A daughter was born yesterday to Mr. and Mrs. Frank O'BARSKIE.

The public schools completed their first month's work Friday night.

Mrs. Jon GARY of Green Bay spent Monday with Kaukauna friends.

Dr. and Mrs. A. M. FOSTER spent Sunday with friends at Fond du Lac.

Mr. and Mrs. P. J. HAYES were guests of Chicago relatives over Sunday.

Miss Hulda MEYERS of Sheboygan was a guest Monday of Miss Ella MARTENS.

E. H. WITTIER spent Sunday with his sister, Mrs. Kittie WORDEN at Oshkosh.

Miss Frances RUNTE spent the early part of the week with Milwaukee friends.

Mrs. W. N. NOLAN returned last week from a visit with her parents at Milwaukee.

Harold DONOHUE of Antigo spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. DONOHUE.

Miss Irma HAAS entered a Green Bay hospital this week to become a trained nurse.

The Misses Mabel McGARY and Mattie DeVINNEY visited friends at Appleton Sunday.

Mr. and Mr. W. W. WILSON of Berlin were guests in the family of J. A. BANKER Sunday.

Dr. C. D. BOYD and Dr. F. C. BABCOCK are serving on the circuit court jury at Appleton.

The relief society will meet with Mrs. Pat BROWN ext Thursday afternoon, October 15.

Mrs. A. MILL and Mrs. E. MARTENS attended the funeral of a sister of Mrs. MILL at Sheboygan Saturday.

Is that a new carpet in the Congregational Church? No, the Vacuum Cleaning Co. cleaned it this week.

The Rev. Samuel MacNEILL is at Madison attending the State Congregational convention. He returns tonight.

Miss Emma WENDT, who has been critically ill with typhoid fever, is convalescing and will soon be out of danger.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert PLANK of Abbotsford arrived here Wednesday for a several days visit with relatives and friends.

Luther LINDAUER goes to Lexington, Ky., next week, where his horses, Dick White and May Kennedy, are entered in the races.

A threshers dance will be given at LIESCH's hall, Freedom, Wednesday evening, October 14, to which everyone will be welcome.

 

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