Wisconsin: A Guide to the Badger State

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Sheboygan

Railroad Stations: Pennsylvania Ave. and S. 12th St. for Chicago and North Western Ry.; 411 N. 8th St., for Milwaukee Northern Electric Line.

Bus Station: 411 N. 8th St., for Orange Line and Green Bay Stages.

City Busies: Fare 5¢

Taxis: Fare 10¢ per person to most sections of city; other rates according to distance.

Traffic Regulations: Half-hour parking limit from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. except Sundays and holidays on 8th St. downtown section; two-hour limit in rest of business section. L-turns prohibited where warnings posted; no U-turns in downtown section.

Accommodations: Ten hotels; municipal tourist camp; tourist rooms and lodges in and near city.

Information Service: Sheboygan Association of Commerce, 605 N. 8th St.

Radio Station: WHBL ( 1300 kc.).

Concert Hall and Motion Picture Houses: Central High Auditorium, 901 Jefferson Ave.; North Side High Auditorium, 1210 North Ave.; six motion picture houses.

Swimming: Non-commercial pool, Central High School; North Side Municipal Beach, N. 3rd St. at Ontario Ave.; South Side Municipal Beach, S. 7th St. at Kentucky Ave. Beaches at numerous near-by inland lakes.

Tennis: Municipal courts, Deland Park, N. 3rd St. at Erie Ave.; Vollrath Park, N. 3rd St. at Bluff Ave.; South Side Junior High, 1019 Union Ave.; Cooper Ave. playground, N. 20th St. at Cooper Ave.

Golf: Pioneer Public Golf Course, Upper Falls Road at Evans Ave., 18 holes, greens fee 50¢; Riverdale Public Golf Course, 1 1/2 miles south of city limits on County Trunk KK (extension of S. 12th St.), 18 holes, greens fee 50¢.

Baseball: Baseball Park, 18th St. at Superior Ave., Tri-State League.

Fishing: Game fish in near-by lakes and streams; perch in Lake Michigan.

Annual Events: Sheboygan Skating Derby, January; Easter Sunrise Service at Vollrath Bowl, interdenominational; Conservation exhibit, May; Memorial Services for Kohler Workers, July 27; Luther Day, July; Park and Recreation Day, August; German Day, August.

SHEBOYGAN (589 alt., 39,251 pop.), is built along the shore of Lake Michigan around the mouth of the Sheboygan River. Coal docks,

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