Star Lake Breezes
Minocqua Times, May 7, 1896
Original Date
  • Bookwood Historical Collection, Star Lake
  • Minocqua Public Library
  • UW Madison/Wis Hist Soc

The fish are a little shy yet.

Engineer Borman and wife Sunday'd at the Woldheim [sic].

Quite a number are afflicted with a touch of the pink eye.

Mrs. A. Cook is visiting with relatives at Milwaukee and Chicago.

The Cook building shows a marked improvement, by reason of the new coat of paint lately added.

Mr. Flock, who has been superintendent of construction on the new planing mill, left for his home at McKenna last Friday.

A baby boy that tipped the scales at 12¼ pounds arrived safely at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Anmusson last Friday evening.

Mr. J. Ryan and baby Flora accompanied Conductor Ryan on his trip Saturday, remaining over Sunday as guests of Dr. Harvison.

A grand ball at the hall, under the auspices of the Ladies Aid Society and the Modern Woodman Camp, is a social event promised for next Saturday evening, to which all are cordially invited.

The Maypole social at the Hall, last Saturday evening, drew a large crowd. That the entertainment was a success financially and socially none will deny. The snug sum of thirty dollars was the amount raised, a part of which was used to make final payment on the organ, the balance was presented to Rev. Joyce by the Ladies Aid Society. IDLER.