News Colby, Wis. (15 July 1915)
Surnames: Fleischauer, McMonagle, Kautsky, Wicker, Quackenboss, Roth, Umhoefer, Marks, Grambort, Voge, Cleaves, Briggs, Keats, Wenzel, Tesmer, Langjahr, Mais, Kunz, Kramer
----Source: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) 07/15/1915
Local Happenings - 15 July 1915
Get your vacation suit of Fleischauer, the Tailor.
Miss Anna McMonagle left this morning for Loyal.
Dr. E. V. Kautsky transacted business in Marshfield, Tuesday.
Is your house and furniture insured? If not see E. L. Wicker.
Mrs. Martha Quackenboss spent Tuesday with Marshfield friends.
Will Roth and two sons spent Sunday in Medford, with his parents.
Take in the Movie’s at Umhoefer’s hall next Thursday night. 10 cents and 15 cents.
The M. E. Sunday school will meet in the City Hall on Sunday morning at 10:30.
Mrs. Fred F. Marks visited her sister, Alma Voge at the Marshfield, Wisconsin Hospital, Friday.
Miss Edna Grambort departed for Westfield, this morning, for a two weeks’ vacation.
There will be M. E. services in St. John’s church on Sunday evening at 7:45. Public are invited.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Fleischauer returned Sunday from their East Troy and Lyndon Station visit.
Mrs. R. L. Cleaves and daughter Geraldine of Holcombe, are guests at the home of O. R. Briggs.
Get your Sunday papers at Keats Bros. If you can’t call, phone and they will be delivered.
Sunday evening, July 18, is the date Johnston’s orchestra of 5 pieces, will be at Cherokee. Tickets 50 cents.
Wm. Wenzel and family of Marshfield were Colby visitors Sunday. They made the trip by automobile.
Gotlieb Tesmer and son laid cement walks for Otto Langjahr and Stephen Mais, on Second street, the past week.
Misses Helena Tesmer and Ella Kunz spent a day last week with Alma Voge, at the Marshfield, Wisconsin Hospital.
Mrs. John Tesmer and son Richard of the town of Hull, left for Milwaukee, Saturday, to visit her sister and with friends.
Mrs. Bernhard Kramer of the town of Colby, returned home last Thursday, from a four weeks visit with her daughters at Phillips.
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