Mr. and Mrs. John Graef Leave for Chicago Oct. 1937

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Mr. and Mrs. John Graef Leave for Chicago Oct. 1937 - person was seriously hurt in the i Mr....
person was seriously hurt in the i Mr. Flodquist, an insurance agent, was on his way to Detroit, ; friends for where they will visit relatives and the .first time in 23 •**• u » *. .— — .— "«»•., i »»»tiii»a iui me ursi time in 2.A to attend a convention. I years.—Several families in this com- flctfrtii-c-L-i n *.,3 tir i_ « ..!_•.. - • . i«**»o V.VTUA . and Woyak received ] munity are planning to leave soon ses and cuts whe " their car ' ' ' " f turned over in a ditch on STH 17 near Su S ar Camp about 9 p. m. Saturda y- Neither was badly hurt, but both remai ned in the hospital here until Sunda y morning. r tr —— "- r•*+*•*• *+*i& tv iv;« v *; o\J\Jll j for the west, some going to Oregon i and others to California and Wash- 1 ington. ! Leaves for Kansas Home. Albert Sherwood . left for . his . Their car was not badly damaged. Clearwater Lake People Attended Rites ih Michigan Charles VolkTMrs. Mearl | home in Leaveriworth, Kans., after spending the summer at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Scholl— Mr. and Mrs. John Graef have gone to Chicago after spending the summer at their resort, "Whispering Pines," on Round .lake.—Mr. and Mrs. John Kingman entertained for their-: cousin from Minocqua at their home here.—Miss Nettie 'Swett; ! sister of Mrs. Hannah O'Neil, left Moses and Her Son Went to Menominee. CLEARWATER LAKE, Oct. •- ; *J, JJ. T (By Correspondent of The News)— i .- J.—Mr. and Mrs. W. J. AlcCul- j lum left for their home in Evanston, 111., after spending the summer at their cottage on Planting Ground lake.^-Mrs. J. H. Offiner and daughter, Helene, and son, Franklin, left ! their Moses | lake _ Charles Volk and Mrs. M aco and son went to Menominee, Mich., -to attend the funeral of Mrs. Volk's sister. Mrs. Volk is ill at home, and was unable to attend the funeral. Visit in Mattoon. J. Armstrong, Elmer Brown and Miss Flossie Brown motored to Mattoon to visit the Harvey Mon-• roe family.—Mrs.. Albert Saltzberry I and daughter, Joan, left Friday lor Chicago, where they will join I Mr. Saltzberry and make their fu-! ture, home.—Mr. and Mrs. Max Saltzberry and son have moved near Eagle River for the winter.— Mr and Mrs. O. E. Espeseth left last week for Clark county, Wash., /^L. ' *. ---------- -•>--.•' - Chlpa S° a «er vacationing at " C ° ^ Planting Gl ? unc ! NOTICE We can malic immediate delivery during the next two weeks on dry hardwood slabs and edgings. Thunder Lake Lumber Co. Telephone SOS

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  1. The Rhinelander Daily News,
  2. 04 Oct 1937, Mon,
  3. Page 2

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