Outagamie County (Wis.) State Centennial Committee / Land of the fox, saga of Outagamie County
Ducklow, Mary Ellen
The centennial story, pp. 250-260 PDF (5.3 MB)
CENTENNIAL STORY I Little Chute Centennial Committee-Anton "Casey" Jansen, village burgomeister; A. P. Rock, construction; Ernest R. Miron, General Chairman of 48'ers; Willard Van Handel, publicity and program; Henry Verbruggen, songster. Standming. George Van Der Loop, newspaper publicity; Frank Herinsen, Jr., parade marshal assistant; Mark Lamers, Legion Post Com- mrander, Jacob Coppus 258; Peter C. NVanDenHuevei, concessions, Frank Hermsen, Sr., parade marshal. Dignitaries at Little Chute Centennial-Rev. Norbert Vande Lon, Rev. Joseph H. W. Jansen, Rev. Cornelius Vanden Borne, Rt. Rev. Msgr. John J. Sprangers, Dr. J. B. V. M. Jf. van de Mortel, Conseul General of The Netherlands, Rt. Rev. Bernard Pennings, Abbot St. Norbert College, DePere, F. J. Sensen- brenner, Neenah, Rev. Frank DuPont, DePere and Father Felix Van Drise. "Sweeping the Streets" in Little Chute Parade. Dutch girls in traditional Kermis dance-front, left to right.- Donna, Van Den HeuveI and Mitzi Van Handel. Back row, left to right. Lee Ann Wynboom, Marylyn Jansen, Carol Van Lank- velt, Mary Lamers, Joan Van Hoof and Helen Hietpas. Float in Kaukauna parade depicts purchase of Kaukauna for two barrels of rum. Scene from "Tale of the Fox" Pageant shows Father Vanden Broek teaching Indian children.
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