News: Colby (1 May 1890)

Contact: Robert Lipprandt 

Surnames: Clark, Darling, Doern, DuCate, Henderson, Ingalls, Marsh, Miller, Ransom

----Source: The Tribune - Phonograph (Abbotsford, WI) 5/07/2014

Originally published in the Colby Phonograph, Thursday, May 1, 1890

Miss Maggie Darling has severed her connection with the high school and has taken the position of assistant P.M. again. It seems natural to see her behind the bars again.

D. E. Marsh and F. O. Ransom were up from Neenah Sunday, where the W.C.R.R. bridge crew was working at present.

The Aid Society at Mr. Darling’s last Friday evening was well attended, over forty persons being present. The net proceeds amounted to between five and six dollars. All had a good time.

Mrs. A. C. Marsh and children of Phillips came down last Friday evening and stayed until Monday morning, visiting friends and relatives.

Dr. J. H. Clark has put a small stock of drugs into his office.

Ervin DuCate returned a short time ago from a visit over at Christie and around Neillsville.

Misses Carrie and Susie Doern spent Sunday at G. W. Henderson’s.

There will be a dance next Saturday evening at the I.O.O.F. Hall. Be sure and come and bring your best girl.

We are all glad to hear that Mr. Ingalls is on the gain. He was able to take a ride last Sunday.

Mr. Miller of Wausau was in town this week with travelers.

Mr. H. DuCate contemplates moving to Rib Lake next week sometime.

Dave Clark was in town and attended the aid society last Friday evening.



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