News Colby, Wis. (19 June 1913)

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Surnames: Lamont, Tuttle, Gray, Cody, Thorn, Kuentz, Kautsky, Fleischauer, Sturner, Riplinger, Ray, Briggs, Menke, Adrian, Marsh, Holtzhausen, Sill, Gierl, Philippi, Frane, Haslbeck, Dankemeyer, Kramer, Niggemann, Bondow, Goeltz, Boehm, Schrader, Baumgart, Hopp, Krueger, Wicker, Allar, Castner, Leeman, Umhoefer, Taylor, Miles, Colby

----Source: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) 06/19/1913

Colby - June 19, 1913

Read the ads in The Phonograph this week.

Mrs. A. Lamont returned home Wednesday, from her Michigan visit.

Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Tuttle of Abbotsford, were Colby visitors, Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Gray are visiting with Marshfield relatives, this week.

Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Cody spent Sunday afternoon at Dorchester, with Mrs. Cody’s parents.

Mrs. Matt Thorn Sr. went to Winona, Minn., Monday, to attend the wedding of a nephew.

Herbert Kuentz and Emil Kautsky are home from the University, for the summer vacation.

If you wear clothes, get the very best. Fleischauer, The Tailor makes them.

Otto Sturner of Lowell, visited here from Friday until Monday, with Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Riplinger.

Druggist F. O. Ray of Marshfield, is assisting at the Colby Drug Store, during Mr. Briggs’ absence.

Mrs. M. E. Menke and children left this morning for a two week’s visit with her parents in Hewitt.

Miss Anna Adrian who has been living in Milwaukee, returned home last week, and will remain for a while.

Spectacles, every pair guaranteed (written if you want it) $1.50 to $5.00. Colby Drug Store

Public service in the M. E. Church Sunday, June 22, at 11 Unity 8 p.m. W. E. Marsh

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Holtzhausen returned home, Monday night, from a few days visit in Phillips and Rib Lake.

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sill went to Chippewa Falls, Monday night, for a week’s visit at the home of their son Louis.

Mrs. Frank Gierl Sr., left Wednesday for a four weeks’ visit with relatives and friends in Fond du Lac and Dodge counties.

Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Philippi were up from Marshfield, to attend the Frane-Philippi wedding. They returned home today.

Miss Rose Haslbeck who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Frank Dankemeyer, returned to her home in Grand Rapids, Wednesday.

Miss Anna Kramer of Medford, was a Saturday visitor at the Niggemann home in this city. She was on her way to Chippewa Falls.

Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Niggemann of Westboro, visited Monday with their son Conrad and family. They returned home Tuesday afternoon.

Wm. F. Bondow of Milan, was in the city Tuesday, on business. He found time between trains to call on a few of his old neighbors and friends.

Frank Goeltz, who has been home for a visit with parents and many friends, departed today for Detroit, Mich., to resume his duties in a large automobile factory.

If you wear clothes, get the very best. Fleischauer, The Tailor makes them.

Louis Boehm this week sold his 80 acre farm on section 29, town of Hull, to Chas. Schrader of Spencer. Consideration, including personal property $4,200. The papers were drawn up at the bank Tuesday.

Mrs. Fred Baumgart and daughter Lucy were at Athens, last week, to attend the marriage of Paul Hopp, of Oregon City, Oregon, to Miss Louise Krueger of Athens. The wedding took place on Thursday.

E. L. Wicker, who is working for the Hollister-French Lumber Co., returned home from South Bend, Ind., Sunday and departed Wednesday afternoon for Odanah, Ashland county, to scale out a stock of lumber.

Jane and Maude, daughters of Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Marsh, went to Madison, Wednesday, to visit relatives. They will return with their brother Herbert, who is a messenger in the Senate, when the legislature adjourns.

E. M. Tuttle traded his town of Colby farm to Frank Allar of Spencer, for Allar’s store building in Abbotsford, and a money consideration. The papers were drawn up and signed at the Colby State Bank, Monday afternoon.

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Castner drove up from Loyal, last Thursday evening, to visit Mrs. Castner’s mother, Mrs. Emaline Wicker, and other relatives. George returned home Saturday, but Mrs. Castner will remain a week or two.

L. Leeman of Athens, has purchased the Paul Umhoefer barn on Division street, and has opened a sale and exchange stable. He will keep a good stock of horses on hand all the time and will exchange or sell. Call and see him.

C. M. Taylor and son Charlie, A. R. Miles and Raymond Colby of Loyal, were in the city Tuesday billing the 4th of July celebration to be held in *** Note: The remainder of this article was missing.



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