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NOVEMBER 6, 1852 Notice. The owners of lots and real estate bounding both sides of Washington street, in the 1st ward of the village of Manitowoc, namely: Bartels, G. Christiansen, C. Colby, J. H. W. Echternacher, M. Esslinger, Chas. G??????er, F. H?bukorn, ??? Hinckley, S. L. Jones, B. Jordans, Peter Kuhlman, L. Lamb, E. S. Lenz, Jacob Malmros, G. C. O. Meyer, J. Poh, Peter Rahr, Wm. Romer, J. Strach, John Wegforth, Valentine Wellendorf, John are hereby severally notified that the sum of three hundred dollars has been levied on such lots and real estate, for the purpose of improving said street from Lake Michigan to the western boundary of said village, and that they are required to pay in labor, materials or money, the amount of taxes levied upon each of their lots and descriptions of real estate for the raising of the sum aforesaid, within twenty days after the 28th day of October inst. CHESTER BUEL, St. Com. 1sr Ward Manitowoc, October, 9th, 1852 Manitowoc County Herald, November 6, 1852


JANUARY 30, 1863 The Draft Capt. Marschner commended Drafting in the Court Room yesterday. Although a respectable crowd of spectators was present, there was no feeling and but very little interest manifested in the operation - the crowd undoubtedly thinking it was one thing to draft a man, and another thing to catch him. It is nearly impossible to get the names correct, as they are principally German and Bohemian, but we give them as nearly as we can. Up to the hour of going to press the following persons had been Drafted from the towns mentioned. CENTERVILLE: August Bahr, Christian Fisher, Valenting Paulis, John Kafr, John Sachse, Fred Eikert, Fred (B?)Inges, Fred Greinert, ____ Joke, Robert Bartel, Jacob Rayser, Chr'n Boetcher, M_Bias Myer, Nicholas Kress, Lewis Leuke, Fred Hilmer, Simon Stockmyer, Chris Grunert, Fred Dagener, Fred Weiner, August Bartel, Tauger Augustine, Lorenz Fetker, Henry Franzmyer, Julius Unger, Fred Oberjoecker, Peter Paul Jost, Ernest Rosberry, Simon Kate. MEEME: Patrick Driscoll, Milton Hasforth, Daniel J. Jones, Daniel Ward, Henry Klocke, Adam Phillips, Matthias Phillips, Andrew Kremer, John Graff, Hermann Jacobs, Matthias Johannes, ___ Hensch, Patrick Hays, Francis Earny, H. Mulholland Jr., John Hickman, James Conway, Matthias Hoppen, Henry Steinbrach, Nicholas Briton, Martin Romulfanger, Joseph Miller, James Peppard, Dennis Shaloe, John KLinrich, Peter Dhear, John Low, George Arnold, James Hicks, Harvey Terry, Michael Kennedy. TWO RIVERS: John Roemer, August Schmurit, Henry Rutley, John Blang, Christopher Krottman, Dennis Ghenon, Thomas Hayes, John Bartlett, Henry Krekeck, Peter Schock, John Kelly, Ludwig Dryer, Peter Wachtenbach, Joseph Kalb, Bernard Weiser, Anton Voght, William Cangard, Frank Volk, Christian Erhart, Geo. L_tts, Moses Beebe, Chas. Raymond, Lawless Weben, Bernard Richter, Chas. Rimers, Frank Godrich, Henry Menriko, Wm. Canyart, Chas. Megar, Ferdinand Larkee, Pilgon Kenout, Gustav Klazar. CATO: John Morgan, George Creckets, Ira Clark, Nelson Anderson, H. Wescott, H. Weedman, Knute Knudson, Wm. Classon, Andrew Buneatte, Rufus Mason, R. Venide, Thomas Thornton, Egnot Bonte, Albert Halverson, Andrew Kindle, Calvin Dorr, Thomas Fenton, Erek Rees, ___Sherburne, Henry Snella. COOPERTOWN: Anton Kimo, August Slye, Julius Aultz, John Kotyhie?, Chas. Scheler, Thos. Po??, John Riffer, Ernest Barch, Albert Kempert, David Finalo, Gotleib Schrater, August Koup, Martin Bailey, George Baetemill, John Liebert, Wm. Strong, Clifford King, Chas. Reis, John Roeffer, William Kesler, John Powers, Franz Kotzamalesky, Ludwig Nene?tze, Mathias Slautzer, Valentine Koffman, Patrick Powers, Charles Narlow, Chas K??pen, Martin Plautze, John Kon?zuar, Frederick Fraduck, Joseph Denmark, Martin Capesyker, John Walansky, Chas. Kunde. Of the above, some have been without the state for years, many have already enlisted, and several have not been in the country long enough to know the word "Draft."


JANUARY 13, 1870 REPORT OF THE COMMITEE ON ILLEGAL CLAIMS To the Hon. the Board of Supervisors of the County of Manitowoc: Your commitee appointed on lillegal assessments would respectfully submit the following resolution, containing in substance the result of their investigation. Respectfully submitted. Commitee: Eggers, John C. Gallogley, Michael Mohr, Thomas Resolved, that the Chairman and Clerk of this Board be and they are hereby authorized and instructed to issue county orders for the following illegal tax deeds and tax certificates for the amount sold for, cost and 7 per cent, interest and charge the same to the respective towns: Year Section Town Range Des. Cause or Date of Entry Amount Towns Claflin, H.B. 1848 25 18 22 seq seq Entered Nov. 1, 1849 $ 6.90 Liberty 1848 30 18 23 swq swq Entered Apr. 21, 1851 8.45 Newton 1850 6 20 23 swq Paid taxes to Mr. Hanson, T.T. 12.70 Kossuth 1850 31 17 23 sh nwq Entered July 8, 1854 11.40 Centerville 1851 24 18 21 neq nh Entered Oct. 19, 1854 1851 24 18 21 neq sh Entered Apr. 19, 1855 12.75 Eaton 1853 22 17 21 wh seq Entered Oct. 4, 1854 18.25 Schleswig 1853 35 19 22 sw seq Entered after Aug.31, 1856 5.90 Cato 1853 35 20 22 ne seq Entered Feb. 22, 1854 7.53 Franklin 1854 14 18 22 sh neq Taxes paid to C. Werneke, T. 18.95 Liberty French, O. 1858 2 17 21 swq neq Entered Jan. 17, 1861 11.00 Schleswig Fuessenick, P.P. 1862 13 18 21 sh sh nw seq Taxes paid to M. Ransh 2.73 Eaton 1863 23 20 21 ne neq Illegal sale, being swampland 4.46 Maple Grove 1864 10 20 22 seq seq Taxes paid to Martin Hewitt 7.92 Franklin 1865 29 18 21 swq neq Taxes paid to M. Rauh, T.T. 7.53 Eaton Hagenow, Ch. 1865 31 19 21 wh neq Land assessed in Eaton and Rockland both 6.56 Rockland Kellner, M. recl 20 21 22 swq neq Taxes paid to L.Kemper,Sh'ff 4.98 Cooperst'n Krachlin, M. 1853 23 20 23 sh swq Taxes paid to W. Bach, C.T. 7.93 Kossuth Markham, J.D. 1857 4 21 22 swq neq Taxes paid to A. Chloupek,T.T. 2.88 Cooperst'n Markham, J.D. 1857 9 21 22 se nwq Entered Aug. 14, 1856 2.88 Cooperst'n Pfister, G. 1856 14 21 24 wh nwq Taxes paid to Felix Walsh,T.T. 6.94 Two Creeks Pfister, G. 1857 24 21 24 seq swq Taxes paid to E.A.Reuter, C.T. 3.20 Two Creeks Schreihardt, P. 1861 35 19 23 nwq neq Mortgaged to State 8.04 Man Rapids Tax certificates No. 3261, dated Oct. 8, 1861, and certificates No. 1121, dated May 10th, 1854, we do not find to be illegal certificates. ****** Annual Session of the Board of Supervisors of Manitowoc County [continued] Nov. 22, '69. Board met pursuant to adjournment. The board, as a committee of the whole, examined account against the county and allowed the following accounts: Albrecht, H., witness fees...................1.76 Bressler, Chas., services on Court House....60.00 Britchard, W., witness fees..................1.75 (Pritchard?) Guyles & Brown, lumber......................4.23 Herman, J.W., goods..........................3.00 Hudson, Adolphus, justice fees...............4.70 Kaufman, Franz, constable fees...............1.28 Maerklin, E., medicine.......................2.00 Mendlick, John, labor in county jail.........6.00 Mueller, G...................................1.72 Mulholland, P., board bill..................57.00 Mulholland, Peter, board bill...............94.38 Oestreich, H., witness fees....................90 Oswald, Dr. John, justice fees..............19.34 Rudolf, R., services........................10.00 Rupp, G......................................2.08 Schultz, G., witness fees....................1.24 Shove, Don A., Police Justice...............42.21. Silversack, G., witness fees.................3.44 Smith, L.F., for ____ shades................52.?5 Smith, L.F., for constable fees..............5.07 Smith, L.F., for constable fees..............4.32 Smith, L.F., for constable fees.............11.22 Smith, L.F., for constable fees..............5.55 Troemel, Otto, printing......................7.10 Vilas, J. & Co., goods.....................100.00 Walsh, Felix, justice fees...................4.47 Wintelhorst, Fred, witness fees..............1.70 Zinns, John F., justice fees.................5.76 Annual Session of the Board of Supervisors of Manitowoc County [continued] Nov. 22, '69. Board met pursuant to adjournment. (Jan. 20, 1870 meeting) The board, as a committee of the whole, examined account against the county and allowed the following accounts: Balcom, Dr., medical service........................10.00 Berner, August, hardware.............................6.54 Borcherdt, Fred., printing matters.................412.80 Borcherdt, Fred., printing matters...................6.60 Borcherdt, Fred., printing matters...................9.00 Brinkmann, August, delivering court wood............25.00 Eggers, John C., service............................40.00 Florentin, Jas., witness fees........................1.84 Greve, Henry, carpenter work........................45.65 Heinemann, Leopold, constable fees..................61.72 Jbeh, Agatha, witness fees...........................4.72 Kaufmann, Franz, witness fees........................5.50 Lenz, Jacob, carpenter work..........................7.00 McNamara and others, witness fee....................10.16 Meyer, G., delivering materials to court house......12.50 Mulholland, Peter, sheriff's fee.....................5.00 Rau, Peter, witness fees.............................2.50 Schmidt, Carl H., printing matters.................700.10 Sheahan, James, boarding paupers on poor farm......267.17 Sheahan, James, boarding paupers on poor farm.......14.00 Treat, E.B., printing matters......................734.25 Wagner, E. and Kuhl, goods to poor house...........$27.85 Zinns, J.F., justice's fees.........................27.00 * * * * * * * Nov. 23, board readjourned and approved the following: Distelhorst, Fred., witness fees.....................1.70 Oestreich, H., witness fees............................90 Pritchard, William, witness fees.....................1.76 Wirth, M., repairing locks and sundries..............5.55 * * * * * * * Dec. 13, '69 Board adjouned and approved the following: Berner, A., sundries.................................6.41 Cummings, Robert, Sen., witness fees.................4.28 Ebbert, O.F., interpreter's fees.....................7.50 Hemshemeier, W.H., justice fees.....................26.25 Kittell, A.D., constable's fees.....................49.35 Mulholland, Peter, state cases.....................290.37 Shea, P.O., justice fees.............................4.11 Stadler, T., witness fees..............................80 Sullivan, F., witness fees...........................3.50 * * * * * * * Board readjouned and approved the following: Amsden, L.D., witness fees...........................2.92 Barker, G.W., county judge..........................62.74 Cubby, Caspar, witness fees..........................2.86 Cummings, Robert, Jr., witness fees..................4.28 Fechter, G.W., stationery...........................85.60 Francl, James, clerk of court......................106.80 Francl, James, clerk of court.......................54.10 Halloran, John, constable fees......................12.75 Heinrichs, Fred., witness fees.......................2.94 Logan, Peter, witness fees...........................3.15 Mueller, Gustav, witness fees........................4.59 Quinn, James, witness fees...........................2.46 Quinn, John, witness fees............................2.46 Robinson, Tros., stationery.........................47.62 Tillson, P., team hire...............................6.00 Schallern, Dr. R., medical services.................71.50 Shove, Don A., justice fees........................110.87 Silversack, G. & E., witness fees....................5.01 Simon, Dr., medical services........................55.00 Trainer, M., deputy sheriff's fees..................71.85 Trainer, M., deputy sheriff's fees...................1.65 * * * * * * * On motion, board adjourned. board readjourned Jan. 27, the following bills were approved and paid: Bottcher, Charles and Chris, witness fees............4.80 Def?rst, H., witness fees..............................74 Ebbert, Franz........................................1.06 Epperts, Titere?lla, witness fees......................74 Fechter, G.W., stationery...........................16.00 Gloeke?, A., constable fees.........................15.00 Gloeke?, A., constable fees..........................9.00 Kaiser, Peter, justice fees..........................2.94 Mulholland, Peter, board bill......................270.30 Niede?????, M., stationery.........................285.65 Oswald, Dr. John, coroner inquest...................10.00 Todle, John A., constable's fee.....................11.20 Trainor, M., constable's fee.........................5.70 Vilas, Jos. & Co., goods............................34.40


JUNE 1, 1875 The following list of Jurors drawn for the June term of the Circuit Court These names were hard to read. Arnemann, Aug. Burmeister, Wm. Carrigan, John Donovan, Richard Doody, Thos. Edwards, H.G. Edwards, Jos. S. Evenron, Chris Fehrs, Gustav Fellows, M. Finnegan, Patrick Freis, Fred Gelbke, Chris. Germain, Geo. Goldy, Geo. Hagenow, C.W. Halloran, John Herrmann, R. Kalling, August Kestomistsky, F. Lahy, Lahy Mccourt, M. Mendlik, Henry Ott, Florian Pankrats, Geo. Rettele, Andrew Sachse, G. Sanke, Chris. Steinbrecher, Chas. Strassmann, M. Talan, Martin Taylor, W. Toombs, J.W. Torrison, G. Vogt, Anton Wayta, Ignatz Manitowoc Co. Chronicle (Two Rivers), June 1, 1875


JUNE 8, 1875 PUBLIC SCHOOL Report for the month of May The following named pupils have been present every day: First Department Berger, Minnie Damler, Augusta Damler, Fred Hallauer, Louisa Niquette, Lucy Whole number enrolled, 60 Second Department Baltus, Barbara Blust, Annie Grover, Edward Hendricks, Peter Hurst, Wm. Kaser, John Lafond, Mitchell Murray, Wm. Redeker, Gusta Richter, Laura Riesland, Carrie Smith, Banie (Sic) Vodra, Ed. Whole number enrolled, 83 Third Department Courchaine, Joseph Damler, Dinnie Hollauer, Gretchen Krause, Bertha Lenhardt, Sena Lonzo, Laura Miller, Alvina Nienstedt, Lillie Schubert, George Wiemann, Mary Whole number enrolled, 86 Fourth Department Belrose, Mary Belrose, Rennie Belrose, Rosa Bohte, Minnie Courchaine, Frank Courchaine, Lucy Courchaine, Rosa Engle, Robert Erskine, Allen Gebhardt, Eliza Hollauer, Clara Kayo, Daniel La Fond, Alfred La Fond, Freddie Mohrhusen, Jonnie Recker, Mary Scove, Annie Tollefson, Maria Vossardt, Louisa Wiemann, Emma Whole number enrolled, 152 Manitowoc Co. Chronicle (Two Rivers), June 8, 1875


JUNE 29 1875 Circuit Court The cases that have been disposed of, thus far, are as follows: State vs. Timothy DONOVAN, charge assault and battery defendant plead guilty and was fined $50, and in default thereof was committed to county jail. Henry GREVE, et al, vs Fred GAUGER; verdict for the plaintiff State vs. Emil C. HASSE, charge embezzelment; the jury rendered a verdict of not guilty, and the prisoner was discharged State vs. Peter FERDOU, charge, arson; prisoner discharged State vs. John P. HENDRICKS, charge forgery; change of venue; taken to Fond du Lac county State vs. L. LAWRENCE, charge, larceny Nolle prosegui entered State vs. James NOBLE, charge assault and battery; case settled PECK vs. OSWALD, action for malpractice - Jury disagreed Manitowoc Co. Chronicle (Two Rivers), June 29 1875 ********** Mishicott Roll of Honor The following are the names of the pupils of the Mishicott village school who were neither absent nor tardy during the month ending June 11, 1875: Emma Byron Lizzie Crait Bennie Hoffmann Frankie Rau Arthur Soenksen Ida Niquette George Ensign Ira Beyer Peter Rau Floyd BENEDICT, Teacher Mishicott, June 18, 1875 Manitowoc Co. Chronicle (Two Rivers), June 29 1875


FEBRUARY 7, 1882 Circuit Court. Fred. Schadewald, as administrator of C.W. Zibel, vs. M.L.S. & W. R'y. Jury find for plaintiff and assess his damages at $3,500. Julia P. Ruggles vs. Augustus G. Ruggles. Judgment for divorce granted. Joseph Feuerbacher et al. vs. John Schupp et al. Jury could not agree and were discharged. Gottfied Rastle vs. Jos. Steinmetzer. Motion for non-suit granted. Henry Goeres vs. Mary F.Schallern; on trial. State of Wisconsin vs. Robert Flossbach. Sentence pronounced-$100 fine and costs, or imprisonment until the same be paid, but not exceeding four months. Louise Stadler vs. Peter Stadler. Judgment for divorce granted. T.C. Shove vs. F. Veith and C. Bressler, as garnishee. Under consideration by the court. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, February 7, 1882 P.4 ******** County Court. Petition of Geo. Barker and Etta, his wife, to adopt child and change name. Petition granted. Gott Kunz Estate; final settlement and assignment of residue. Adam Bishop's estate; final settlement and assignment of residue, and discharge of administrator. John Lemke's estate; annual account of Henry Meyer, guardian, rendered, and filed. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, February 7, 1882 P.4


FEBRUARY 28, 1882 MARRIAGES OF 1881 Following record was handed in for publication by Fred Mueller, Register of Deeds: BY MINISTERS OR PRIESTS. Rev. Ferd Stern, Town of Kossuth, 18 Rev. S.R. Pieper, Manitowoc city, 16 Rev. Geo. J. Veith, Two Rivers, 13 Rev. I.I. Rhode, Clark's Mills, 11 Rev. E. Strube, Town of Newton, 11 Rev. Ed. Scheidt, Centerville, 6 Rev. A.O. Alfsen, Cato, 9 Rev. I. Haase, Centerville, 8 Rev. W.I. Rivis, Kellnersville, 7 Rev. Alb. W. Keibel, Cooperstown, 7 Rev. Jos. Maly, Carlton Kewaunee Co. 7 Rev. Peter A. Mutz, St. Nazianz, 7 Rev. Rossochowiez, Cooperstown, 6 Rev. Fr. Wm. Toepel, Reedsville, 6 Rev. J.M. Craig, Manitowoc city, 6 Rev. Paul Lucas, Two Rivers, 4 Rev. Wm. J. Peil, Manitowoc city, 4 Rev. C. Iwert Manitowoc city, 4 Rev. C.F. Magelesen, Manitowoc city, 3 Rev. G. Noever, Manitowoc Rapids, 2 Rev. R.J. Roche, Meeme, 2 Rev. Conrad Jaeger, Gibson, 2 Rev. Geo. Harm, Two Rivers, 2 Rev. G.H. Moulton, Manitowoc, 2 Rev. P.J. Van Treeck, St. Wendel 2 Rev. J. Holzapfel, Mosel Sheb. Co. 2 Rev. W. Walenta, Newton, 2 Rev. Jos. Musielwic, Manitowoc city, 2 Rev. Ludwig Zink, Kiel, 2 Rev. Sidney B. Demerest, Two Rivers, 1 Rev. Kunke, Gravesville, Cal. Co., 1 Rev. M.V. Averill, Manitowoc city, 1 Rev. Step. M. Newman, Fond du Lac, 1 Rev. Wm. Ross, Gibson, 1 Rev. S. Scholten, Maple Grove, 1 Rev. I.G. Kern, Sheboygan, 1 Rev. James Rocin, Meeme, 1 Rev. Wm. Gardom, Plymouth Wis., 1 Rev. N.D. Stanley, Manitowoc city, 1 Rev. Zickerick, Gravesville, 1 Rev. G.F. Dilling, Sheboygan, 1 Rev. G. Zindler, 1 Rev. F.C. Eldred, Waukesha 1 Rev. August Durst, St. Nazianz, 1 Rev. Geo. Fessler, Silver Lake, 1 BY JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. Adolph Wallich, Manitowoc city, 12 Michael Kellner, Kelnersville (sic), 7 Henry Wieman, Two Rivers, 7 W.W. Waldo, Manitowoc city, 6 Henry Goedgen, Two Rivers, 4 P.O. Shea, Town of Eaton, 4 H.S. Pierpont, Two Rivers, 4 John Krajnick, Town of Kossuth, 4 W.H. Hemschemeyer, Manitowoc, 4 R. Reinhold, Town of Two Creeks, 3 W.T. Albers, Centerville, 3 Fred. Claussen Jr., Mishicott, 3 Jos. Heyda, Town of Cooperstown, 3 Michael Kirwan, Manitowoc city, 3 Geo. Byron, Manitowoc city, 3 Felix Walsh, Two Rivers, 2 Isaac Craite, Mischicott, 2 Chas. Heins, Kiel, 2 Adolph Hudson, Town of Gibson, 2 C.A. Gielow, Town of Newton, 2 Jos. Zelinka, Town of Cooperstown, 2 J.C. McCarty, Town of Kossuth, 2 J. Hickey, Town of Maple Grove, 1 John Shimonek, Town of Gibson, 1 Jesse Roberts, Town of Meeme, 1 H.J. Mulholland, Reedsville, 1 Wm. Hempton, Town of Cato, 1 W. Loerfeld, Town of Centerville, 1 L. Senglaub, Town of Schleswig, 1 Esrom Knapp, Town of Cato, 1 Adam Fisher, Town of Gibson, 1 Moses Tuft, Town of Rapids, 1 Frank Immler, Town of Two Creeks, 1 Henry Sibree, Town of Manitowoc, 1 James Noble, Reedsville, 1 Riley Olson, Town of Cato, 1 Wm. Eatough, Town of Rapids, 1 It will pay ministers and justices of the peace to read the following carefull. CHAPTER 47-REVISED STATUTES. SEC. 1024/ Every person or society authorized by law to solemnize marriages, by or before whom any marriage may be solemnized or contracted, shall at once make a record of the same in a book therefor, which shall contain as far as the same can be ascertained, the full name of the husband, his occupation, place of birth and residence; full name of wife previous to marriage; names of parents of husband and wife; the color of the parties; the time and place, when and where, and ceremony by which such marriage was contracted, and if solemnized by any clergyman or other person, his place of residence; and shall, within thirty days after such marriage, return the same facts in the form of a certificate, duly signed and dated, to the register of deeds of the county in which such marriage was contracted, and if he shall neglect to return the same as above provided, he shall forfeit for every such neglect, not less than twenty-five nor more than one hundred dollars. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, February 28, 1882 P. 4


AUGUST 28, 1883 Ed. Times:-Will some friend or relative of the following named deceased soldiers buried in our cemetery, send to H. M. Walker Post No. 18, the Rank, Company, Regiment, and date of death of such deceased. Drop a postal card with such information addressed to any officer of the Post and it will be esteemed a favor; Allen, John Balcom, Dr. Uri (Note: Should be H.S. Balcom?) Bates, George Brentigam, M. Ebbert, Bernhardt Flynn, William Glover, John Glover, John W. Gulickson, Halvor (Unk. Gulickson in Evergreen ?) Gulickson, Nils (Unk. Gulickson in Evergreen ?) Hull, George Jahn, Theodore Kasten, William (Don't have in Evergreen) Leubke, August Mesmer, Casper Olmstead, T. B. Reichert, Franz Schenk, Frederick Solomon, Herman Vader, Peter Woodin, William Written by, J. S. Anderson, Adjutant. Lakeshore Times, August 28, 1883


May 5, 1885 JURY LIST. The following is the list of Jurors drawn for the June Term of the Circuit Court. Wm. Kiel, P.H. Lyons, F. Wilhelms, John Mueller, Cato. Bartley Morris, Fred Lueke, Andrew Rettele, Centerville. Chas. Wagener, Cooperstown. Frank Novoratsky, Patrick O'Shea, Frank Schad, Eaton. Albert Kazda, Joseph Janda, Solomon Vertz, Gibson. Muthias Pech, Frank Braunreiter, Michael McKeogh, Kossuth. S.O. Berge, Wm. F. Hahn, Liberty. Wm. Westphal, Chrs. Schoef?, City of Manitowoc. Henry Wilhelmy, Chris Murth, Frank Schmelzle, Town Manitowoc. Wm. Fenn, C.E. Conway, Meeme. Peter Wagner, Mishicott. Carl Wernecke, Theo. Teitgen, Newton. A.G. Fulton, Rapids. Christ. Hagenow, Rockland. August Krueger, Chas. A?ins, August Gerbing, Schleswig. John Last, Two Creeks. C. Stollberg, Town Two Rivers. Manitowoc Lake Shore Times, Tuesday, May 5, 1885 P.6


JANUARY 14, 1894 (This is a list of pending court cases) Chas. SPINDLER vs. Emil SCHEIBE (?) et al. Simon KRAUSE vs. William STEPHANI. John SCHREIHART vs. Louis KUNZ & D. B. BIESER. Babara KREJICE vs. John SOKOL. Frank KOPITLANCKY vs. Jacob SVAELNA (?). John NOLAN vs. The Milwaukee, Lake Shore & Western Railway Company. Joseph BIERLE vs. The Milwaukee, Lake Shore & Western Railway Company. A. PIENING as Assignee of the T. C. SHOVE Banking Company vs. Adolph J. Endress. A. PIENING as Assignee of the T C SHOVE Banking Compnany vs. T C Shove. Richard KLINGHOLZ vs. P W WEBOLT. James RADO, an insane person, by Bruno MUELLER, his guardian ad litem vs. Lous HARTWIG. Mary STOEHR vs. George MEISNEST. Andrew HANSON vs. Caroline FISHER. John HROUSKA (?) vs. Joseph SWETLIK. Moritz L. MORAWEETZ vs. Joseph SCHNEIDER et al., Chas. FAIRWEATHER et al. Garnishees. Valetine KALKA vs. Martin NOVAK. Marinna SLOFFA vs. Ottilea POSTERNOTZKY et al. John A. HORN vs. Fred KANTER et al. Isaac CRAITE vs. Alzada M. HONEY et al. Alzbeta RIMPLE vs. Joeph RIMPLE Jr. et. al. Jacob STEGMAN vs. The Centerville Brewing Company et al. B. Talbot ROGERS as administrator etc vs. T C SHOVE. Neils M. NEILSON vs. Coe W BIRDSALL et al. Fred SCHULTZ as executor vs. Joseph BRODDL et al. In the matter of the estate of E. WAGNER deceased, Bertha DICKE et al Applellants vs. Ida WAGNER et al Respondent. Wm STEPHANI as administrator etc vs. The City of Manitowoc. Mary M. OLSON vs. Christie E. OLSON. In the matter of the voluntary assignment of the T C SHOVE Banking Company. Petition of Fred SHULTZ as Trustee of Jennie B. KRESS, for an order. State of Wisconsin vs. Joseph KOPIC.


JULY 24, 1928 Maribel news: A reunion of the Opichka relation was held at the home of Frank Opichka Sunday. Those present were: Leo Opichka, Antigo; Mrs. Marie Collins, daughter, Arlene and niece, Marian Wood and Melvin Stein, Lena; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Opichka, Mrs. Albert Opichka and son, Wencil, Denmark; Mrs. Emma Frelich, daughter, Mary and sons James and George, Joseph Kubsch, Maribel; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kornick, son, James and daughters, Ludmilla and Marcella, Mr. and Mrs. John Wanish and son, John, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Opichka and son, William, daughter, Rose, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Opichka and sons Victor and Quirin and daughter Grace, Mrs. Matt Hynek and nephew, "Buddy" Collins of Lena. Manitowoc Herald News, Tuesday, July 24, 1928 Page 10


OCTOBER 10, 1939 Family Reunion Is Held at Pfefferkorn Home A family reunion was held on Sunday at the William Pfefferkorn home, Manitowoc route 5. Following were present: Rev. and Mrs. George Pfefferkorn, Melvin and Elsie Pfefferkorn and Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Haag, all of Eau Claire, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Pfefferkorn and son George of Fort Atkinson, Dr. and Mrs. Ethan B. Pfefferkorn and children Dora Lou and Dalf of Oshkosh, Dr. A. Hessel of Saukville, Mrs. Anna Theil and Miss Selma Pfefferkorn of Milwaukee, Mrs. Elizabeth Pfefferkorn of Whitelaw, Mr. and Mrs. Gust Bruegge, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Bruegge and children Gerald and Rosella, Mrs. Emma Fels and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bruegge, all of Morrison, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Luehke and son Norbert and Mrs. Minnie Regal of Appleton, Mr. and Mrs. John Pfefferkorn, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Capelle and son, Mrs. Ida Pfefferkorn and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Otis and son James of Two Rivers, Wesley and Roland Pfefferkorn, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Pfefferkorn and children Wilfred, Eunice, Carol and Edith, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Specht, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Specht and Raymond Specht of Rockwood, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Haelfrisch and daughter Patsy of Reedsville, Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Hansen and daughters Marilyn and Lois, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Pfefferkorn and Buddy of Manitowoc, Mr. and Mrs. George Luebke and Mrs. and Mrs. Edgar Luebke of Maribel, Mr. and Mrs. Adolf Krueger and son Frederick and Mrs. August Krueger of Browns Corners, and Mrs. Anna Pfefferkorn, Billy, Bobby, Marion, Lee and Harvey Pfefferkorn, Mr. and Mrs. William Pfefferkorn, Miss Dorothy Risch and Mrs. Emma Kipping. Manitowoc Herald Times, Tuesday, October 10, 1939 P. 12