In the present exhibition Jeppesen has been preoccupied with the awareness that everything breaks down at some point, after which something new is created. This is a natural part of our world which is inevitable — whether we like it or not. In his work Jeppesen has been fascinated by the decomposition process in ponds and how they form part of the natural environment.
In doing this, they brought into effect an organization for social and literary purposes.
It was organized January 6,and united into a legal body by the laws of Wisconsin in There were eleven charter members with Hans Yorkson as president. When the new courthouse was built inthe society bought the old building and moved it to a lot which had been purchased from Mr.
It was refitted for the purposes of recreation. A library of Danish books was established for public reading and grew to contain 2, volumes. Regular meetings were held every Thursday evening and the business of the society carried on. The building was used for about fourteen years until the treasury became large enough to make possible the building of a new Home.
A building committee of nine men headed by Just Justsen was elected. Hans Knutsen was hired to do the contracting. The old building was moved to its present location on Water Street beside the Waupaca River and now houses a second hand store.
The new building contained a lodge room, library, theater, and a dance hall. The dances were free and were never given for benefits.
It was on this day in that Fredrick, the Seventh, who had just ascended the throne, passed the Ground Law which gave the Danes free voting rights. As time passed, the membership began to grow smaller and smaller, until init was comprised of members and byonly 32 members remained.
Finally, inthe Industrial Commission condemned the building for recreational use. Ware was the first man legally entitled to hold the county judgeship, he was not he first to be chosen to this office by the vote of the people. Without any authority other than the desire to have a county judge among the officials, the voters of the county, which was then composed of seven towns, elected C.
Hobart to this bench. It was soon discovered that this procedure was uncon-stitutional and Hobart did not attempt to qualify for the office.
Judge Ware served most ably for a period of six years which started in Samuel Ware was one of the earliest pioneers of Waupaca. He settled here inbut did not locate permanently, with his wife and children, until A stonecutter by trade, he engaged in farming and dealing in land.
At one time Sam Ware owned land on which part of the city of Waupaca now stands.
He was not only one of the first settlers, but a man first in community affairs. He was the first justice of the peace in Waupaca and he held various town offices before commencing his service as first county judge in The death of this honored pioneer occurred in and was the direct result of an injury sustained in a runaway accident.
The physicians of that time were unable to prevent the spread of infection which developed from the injury. When they came to Waupaca, they were nineteen. The sisters came on a steamboat, down the Wolf River.
On the way the boat struck a snag and everything below the upper deck was under water. In those days you had to pay for the courses you took. Their school was open to the public on December 5, On March 4,the sisters were married.
Mary Ann married Edward L. Browne, who was a lawyer; Hannah married G. The girls were very active in church and belonged to the Episcopal Church for Wisconsin and the northwest. She was a thin woman and a very good worker.15 Best Day Trips from Copenhagen The capital city of Denmark is a haven of attractions that are enjoyed by travelers and locals alike, with everything you could possibly expect from a bustling metropolitan European hub, from nightlife to cuisine and world-class museums.
Aug 16, · Hotel Kong Arthur: Two day trip Copenhagen - See 2, traveler reviews, Hotels near Technical University of Denmark; Hotels near Engineering College of Copenhagen; We spent two nights at the Kong Arthur Hotel in Copenhagen.
The location is amazing. Across the street there is a lake, where lots of . 6 of the best day trips from Copenhagen, Denmark by Andy Higgs in Denmark, Europe, Features, Home, Places.
As we’ve said before, the Danish capital has a wealth of attractions for visitors and it’s unlikely you’ll find yourself looking for more during a . I’m a bit biased as my PB is from Bath but I do think it’s a faster course than Reading.
Both are far enough out from London (assuming that’s what you are targeting) that you could race them flat out and not impact your marathon but it all depends on what you want. INTRODUCTION. By Miss Kurkowski. These stories were written when the Seniors of were in Junior American History.
Some of them were printed in the Waupaca County Post. The design for the cover (missing) was drawn by Evelyn Paulsen and stenciled by Mrs. Meroe Anderson. All of the typing and assembling was done by Miss Bagan and her Business Education classes.
How to Spend Two Days in Copenhagen, Denmark Read on to find out more about our 2-day visit, and what to do if you want to spend a perfect weekend in Copenhagen! cook, and spend time with my beloved family and friends.
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