Bernard Klippel

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Bernard Klippel - The alleged shooting occurred Nov. 28, the last...
The alleged shooting occurred Nov. 28, the last day of the 1937 | deer hunting season, in what is | known as the Willow flpwage country country in the western part of Oneida county. Warden Otto, one of the veterans in northern Wisconsin, testified he was hunting and doing some official work Nov. 28 in company with Bernard Bernard Klippel, a special warden. About 1:30 p. m., he said, they stopped stopped on an old logging road to plan their next move. As soon as they had halted, he continued, someone whistled and asked them to move down the road. "I looked around and saw a hunter hunter standing on a small hill about j 225 feet away," the warden explained. explained. "He shouted to us again, asking us to move down the road because his party was making a deer drive in the vicinity. I asked him if he owned the country and told him to take a jump in the lake. Offered Apology. "Then I decided to check him and see if he had a hunting license and deer tag. I pulled out my identification identification folder and started for him. He shouted 'stay back, stay back? reelection of the board of directors, consisting of Mr. Sutliff, Mr. Nelson. Nelson. J. S. Daniels, Dr. C. A. Richards Richards and M. R. Jeffris. In accepting re-eiection as president, president, Mr. Sutliff requested that he be relieved of administrative responsibilities responsibilities so'that he may devote more of his time to his other business business interests. Mr. Schutz, president of the First National bank of Little Falls, Minn., was selected to take over Mr. Sutliffs duties. He is expected expected to arrive in Rhinelander about Feb. 15. Schmier Party at the Masonic Temple Thursday, Jan. 6 At 8 P.M. The Public Is Invited —LUNCH—

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  1. The Rhinelander Daily News,
  2. 05 Jan 1938, Wed,
  3. Page 2

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