Star Lake Breezes
Minocqua Times, March 26, 1896
Original Date
  • Bookwood Historical Collection, Star Lake
  • Minocqua Public Library
  • UW Madison/Wis Hist Soc

Mrs. Chas Tupper visited with relatives at Scofield, last week.

Mr. C. A. Tupper went to his home at Wausau, for a few days.

The coming Easter ball is expected to eclipes all former merry-go-rounds.

Miss Inga johnson went to Rhinelander Monday, for a few days visit with relatives.

Quite a number of the mill hands left last week for their homes in the cities south of this place.

Marshal Ney, hwo has been on the sick list all winter, is now slowly gaining his former health.

Some people are born pessimists. They complain if they have a blue Monday, while others wish for blue all the week.

Lung fever claimed a number of the little folks as victims last week, a few reaching the danger line. At present all are on the road to recovery.

Albert Pomarats returned from Black River Falls last Saturday. He reports a total absence of snow in that locality, and the most agreeable of winter weather.

The planing mill will soon be ready for business. The building is nearly completed, and the machinery will, before many weeks, be ready for operation.

Presiding Flder [sic] Richards, of the boarding house is authority for the statement that there are two things Pete Caldwell will not do: talk life insurance or keep out of the kitchen.

Mr. And Mrs. VanOrder left on Monday's passenger for their home at Rhinelander. Mr. VanOrder is a sawyer and has held a position her with the company all winter. He goes to Rhinelander to saw for Brown Bro's during the summer.

We neglected to mention the arrival of a couple of tiny humans, who made their appearance last week. Mr. and Mrs. Mat Barnard are pleased with the appearance of their new boy, while Mr. and Mrs. Gregory claim the belt for the newest and nicest baby girl in the city. IDLER