News Colby, Wis. (4 Nov. 1915)
Surnames: Fleischauer, Thistle, Young, Kautsky, Bredemeyer, Wiedenhoeft, Kobs, Jordan, Witte, Jackson, Habighorse, Hartenstein, Salter, Shafer, Kanter, Heppner, Sturner, Tesmer, Weix, Gay, Logfeld
----Source: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) 11/04/1915
Get your Overcoat of Fleischauer, the Tailor.
David Thistle made a trip to Marshfield, Friday.
Remember only two more days of the Red Tag sale at Kraus & Kersten.
Julius Young looked after business in Spencer, last Friday.
Mrs. E. V. Kautsky transacted business in Marshfield, Friday.
Mrs. M. Bredemeyer returned home from Menasha, Monday evening.
Dance at Wiedenhoeft’s Sunday night, Nov. 7. Johnston’s Orchestra.
Goose Shoot at August Kobs farm, Sunday, Nov. 7th. Plenty of game for all.
Miss Anna Jordan went to LaCrosse, last week, where she entered St. Rose convent.
The M. E. Sunday School will meet upstairs in the City Hall on Sunday morning at 10:00.
Otto Witte has short dry wood for sale. Send in your orders. Telephone 1583, Colby, route 1.
Dance after the picture show, Umhoefer’s hall, Tuesday. Dance tickets 25 cents. Show starts 8:15 sharp.
Attorney Frank A. Jackson has taken up his residence in this city, and resides in the Logfeld house on Second street.
Mr. and Mrs. August Habighorse of Marinette, visited from Saturday until Monday with Rev. and Mrs. C. C. Hartenstein.
Mrs. R. B. Salter, Mrs. S. J. Shafer, Richard and John Salter, autoed to Stevens Point, Sunday, and spent the day with relatives.
Anton Kanter of Marinette, a former Colby citizen, visited here the first half of this week with his brother Nick and family and old friends.
Get your ground homes, for chicken feed, at Robert Heppner’s meat market. Plenty on hand at present.
Hubert Sturner of Lowell, arrived here Wednesday, and after a short visit with his brother and sister, will go to Curtiss to work for his brother John.
Charlie Tesmer, with his trombone under his arm, left for Wausau, Tuesday where he will be engaged until some circus entices him on the road again.
Miss Barbara, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Weix, left Saturday for a visit with relatives in Leroy and Beaver Dam.
Mrs. C. H. Gay of Hammond, arrived here Friday *** Note: The remainder of this article was missing.
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