News Colby, Wis. (30 Nov. 1911)
Surnames: Jordan, Neumeister, Frome, Heintz, Collier, Welsch, Mais, Johnson, Eggebrecht, Wicker, Mertens, Wagner, Dietsche, Riplinger, Lavigne, Thompson, Fleischauer, Salter, Voabach, Grambort, Horne, Sims, Crowell
----Source: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) 11/16/1911
If you wear clothes read the Tailor’s ad.
Jos. Jordan transacted business in Medford, Monday.
Miss Lillian Neumeister was a Marshfield visitor, Monday.
Mrs. Chas. Frome and daughters are Marshfield guests today.
Otto Heintz will mount your deer heads right. Bring them in. Colby, Wis.
Bait your hook with a silver dollar and fish for Gold Fish at Colby Drug Store.
Mrs. Harry Collier and children spent Sunday at Dorchester, with her parents.
The open season for catching Gold Fish, at Colby Drug Store, starts Monday, Dec. 4th.
H. J. Welsch and daughter Nola were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Mais, at Westboro.
Miss Hattie Johnson is eating turkey with her friend, Miss Rispa Crowell, at Spencer, today.
Miss Louise Eggebrecht is spending Thanksgiving with her sister, Mrs. Gusta Wicker, at Medford.
Misses Mertens and Wagner went to Thorp, last night, to spend the balance of the week at home.
Miss Mary Dietsche of Veefkind, is a guest here this week, of her relatives, the RiplingerWisconsin families.
Mrs. Herb Lavigne and children came down from Upson, Friday noon, to visit relatives and friends.
Mrs. Geo. M. Thompson came up from Menasha, last night to spend Thanksgiving with her mother.
Miss Hannah Fleischauer leaves this morning, for Lyndon, to attend the Fleischauer-Vorbach wedding.
Judge and Mrs. R. B. Salter are giving Thanks with President J. F. Sims family at Stevens Point, today.
Miss Malena Grambort was the guest of Milwaukee friends at the Hotel Blodgett, in Marshfield, Sunday.
Walter Horne, principal of the grade school, is spending the Thanksgiving vacation at his home in Stevens Point.
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