News: Dorchester, Wis. (2 July 1915)
Contact: Marsha Hosfeld
Surnames: Fenski, Foley, Blanc, Kronschnabl, Doernenburg, Ridderbusch, Dougherty, Esser
----Sources: DORCHESTER HERALD (Dorchester, Clark Co., Wis.) 2 July 1915
Dorchester, Wis. - July 2, 1915
The Abbotsford Electric company are making good progress with the electric line into this village. Poles have been distributed to within a mile south of town and a large consignment of cross-arms were unloaded here this week.
Emil Fenski was badly burned on his left shoulder and back Monday afternoon when a bolt of lightning struck his home setting fire to the house. Dr. F. P. Foley was immediately called and gave him medical attention and he is now up and around again. Neighbors assisted in putting out the fire in the house before much damage was done.
Ben H. Blanc, formerly of this village, but now making his home at Appleton, arrived here Monday afternoon on his motorcycle and spent a short visit here with friends before continuing on his way to Menomonie to visit during the Fourth with his mother. From there he expects to go on to Duluth to visit with a sister before returning to Appleton.
FOR SALE - A nice house on best street in Dorchester, Wis. Price $800 if sold before Aug. 1. Inquire of Herman Kronschnabl, Dorchester, Wis.
Scandinavian Lutheran Church - Communion services next Sunday at l*** in the Norwegian language. Confirmation class immediately after service. T. S. Reishus, Pastor.
NOTICE - The undersigned will pay 10 cents apiece for Jung beer kegs and for cases containing Jung beer bottles when delivered at any saloon or at the beerhouse in Dorchester, Wis. Fred Doernenburg.
Dr. F. P. Foley attended a semi-annual Medical Clinic at the St. Joseph’s hospital at Marshfield, Wednesday. A large number of physicians from Clark, Marathon, Taylor, and Wood counties were present.
Gust Ridderbusch returned recently from the southern part of the state where he had been operating a cheese factory up to the time of the terrific windstorm which struck southern Wisconsin, and which destroyed the factory he was working in.
The Dougherty Stock company played "Why Girls Leave Home" at Esser’s opera house here Wednesday evening before a full house again as usual. Their repertoire of royalty plays are meeting with great favor with local people and good crowds are assured them during the time they come here.
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