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Directory of the city and county of Sheboygan
(1910-1911)

Sheboygan Falls 1910-1911: miscellaneous directory,   pp. [52]-53 PDF (472.4 KB)


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111Sheboygan, Draft's and travelers checks
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MISCELLANEOUS DIRECTORY                      53
Banks.
Dairymans National Bank-Henry Hillemann, pres.; John Dassow,
vice-pres.; C. H. Hillemann, cash.; w. s. Broadway, 2 s bridge.
German Bank-Abner 0. Heald, pres.; 0. Balschmider, cashier; A.
Leavens, asst. cashier. ; cor. bridge and Broadway.
Churches.
Baptist Church, First-Rev. F. F. Parsons.
Dutch Reformed Church-Rev. J. Tietema.
M. E. Church-Rev. Ingraham.
St. Mary's Catholic Church-Rev. Salbreiter.
St. Paul's Lutheran (German)-Rev. Geo. Wildermuth, pastor.
St. Peter's Episcopal-Rev. N. D. Stanley, pastor.
Schools.
School Committee-Treasurer, G. A. Robbins; Secretary, Dr. C. W.
Pfeifer; Director, H. E. Boldt.
Evangelical Lutheran School, s. s. Cedar, 2 w. Broadway, school year
of 10 months.
Sheboygan Falls High School, s. e. corner Chicago and School.
Secret and Benevolent Societies.
Equitable Fraternal Union, Assembly No. 80.-H. R. Boldt, pres.; A.
Hemschemeyer, vice-pres.; J. P. Osthelder, sec.; Geo. Robbins,
treas.; Wim. Eichorn, advisor; Jacob Kehl and E. Melendy, trustees.
Falls Camp No. 1073, M. W. A.-L. Constance, consul; H. E. Boldt,
advisor; W. L. Piper, clerk; Win. Banker, banker. Meets first and
third Monday each month.
Guttenberg Lodge No. 285, I. 0. 0. F.-George Spratt, N. G.; A. C.
Mallmann, V. G.; W. L. Piper, R. S.; Ernest Kubel. P. S.; August
Michaels, treas. Meets Thursdays at Odd Fellows' Hall.
Jairus Richardson Post No. 12, G. A. R.-  T. 0. Connor, Com.; Levy
Pierce, S. V. C.; Andrew Dye, J. V. C.; M. George, Q. M.; T. C. Haw-
kins, adj. Meets second and fourth Saturday of month at Odd Fel-
lows' hall.
Royal Neighbors of America, Riverside Camp No. 764.-Mrs. Anna
Moeller, oracle; Mrs. Rose Bauernfeind, vice-oracle; Mrs. L. De-
Smith, recorder; Mrs. J. Pfeifer, receiver; Mrs. Polderman, chancel-
lor; Mrs. D. Nichols, marshall.  Meets -every second and fourth
Monday in month.
St. John Lodge No. 24, F. & A. .-E. R. Heidenreiter, W. M.; Wm.
Lumsden,. S. W.; A. Schlichting, J. W.; F. H. Gardner, sec.; P. D.
Bort, treas. Meets first and third Tuesday of month at Masonic hall.
Public Halls.
Free Hall, w. s. Monroe, 2 n. Water.
Masonic Hall, cor. Broadway and Bridge.
Odd Fellows' Hall, s. s. Pine, 2 w. Broadway.
Woodmen Opera House, n. s. Bridge, 2 w. Broadway.
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