News Colby, Wis. (27 Nov. 1913)
Surnames: Kuentz, Conway, Thews, Allman, Singstock, Demand, Hafeman, Uerling, Baker, Shortell, Prange, Moldenhauer, Reis, Wagner, Krepsky, Sawyer, Umhoefer, LaBudde, Douville, Grambort, Mooers, Salter, Kesler
----Source: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) 11/27/1913
Colby - Nov. 27, 1913
Adam Kuentz spent a part of Monday in Neillsville.
Mrs. Emma Conway was a Marshfield visitor, Monday.
Gust Thews went to Weyauwega, Wednesday, on business.
Mrs. Emma Conway was a visitor in the Hub City, Monday.
There will be a dance in the West Town Hall, Sunday night.
Get your Overcoat of Fleischauer, the Tailor. $15 and up.
Chas. Allman and family are giving thanks with Medford relatives, today.
Ferdinand Singstock left for Oshkosh, Wednesday, to visit his daughters.
Remember the auction at Harry Demand’s, Cherokee, Saturday, Nov. 29th.
Mrs. Hugo Hafeman and children visited with relatives in Hewett, this week.
Mrs. Wm. Uerling left Monday for a visit with Hilbert and Green Bay relatives.
Art Baker and Geo. Shortell transacted musical business in Marshfield, Wednesday.
Max Prange and wife of Marshfield, were over Sunday visitors at Fred Baumgart’s.
G. C. Moldenhauer returned home, Monday, from a trip to Chicago and other places.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Reis of the town of Hull, spent Thursday at Marshfield with her sister.
Miss Florence Wagner of Thorp, spent Saturday afternoon with H. A. Krepsky’s family.
Elmer Sawyer arrived last week, to preside at the new piano at the Dreamland Theatre.
Mrs. Anton Umhoefer and Miss Bertha LaBudde spent a few hours in Marshfield, Saturday.
The Misses Mae Douville, Malena and Antonia Grambort were Thanksgiving guests at Mosinee.
Mrs. C. P. Mooers of West Bend, came Saturday for a few days visit with R. B. Salter’s family.
Chas. Kesler, who was serving on *** Note: The remainder of this article was missing.
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