News Colby, Wis. (24 Feb. 1916)
Surnames: Minton, Draeger, Parkhill, Niehoff, Reis, Fecker, Salter, Binder, Sims, Radtke, Fleischauer, Young, Burns, Phillippi, Dix, Carleton, Roth
----Source: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) 02/24/1916
John Minton of Abbotsford, was in the city on business, Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Draeger visited with Medford relatives, Sunday.
Oakley Parkhill was in town Saturday afternoon, on legal business.
Mrs. F. H. Niehoff entertained the ladies auction club, Monday evening.
There will be English Preaching Service on Sunday in the city hall, at 11.
The Ladies’ Aid will meet on Tuesday, Feb. 29, at the residence of Mrs. Chas. E. Reis.
Will Roth and children went to Medford, Saturday, for a short visit with his parents.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Fecker, in the town of Hull, on Tuesday, Feby. 15th, 1916, a son.
Mrs. R. B. Salter went to Stevens Point, Tuesday, to visit at the home of President J. F. Sims.
Mrs. Elsie Binder, of Rubicon, visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Niehoff last Thursday.
Aug. Radtke and wife of Abbotsford, were in the city, Saturday afternoon on business and pleasure.
The young people enjoyed themselves at a dancing party, at Umhoefer’s hall last Thursday evening.
"Banjo Stripes" for Spring. Come in and see them at Fleischauer, the Tailor.
J. A. Young, of the Park Falls schools, made an over Sunday visit with his mother, Mrs. Martha Young.
Miss Winifred Burns spent the week end with her sister, Miss Alice who teaches in Colby, Wis. - Marshfield News
Miss Katie Phillippi left on the noon train, Monday, for a two weeks visit at Merrillan, with her brother Mike and family.
Fred B. Dix left for Neenah, Sunday, to visit his parents and old friends. While there he will combine business with pleasure.
Guy E. Carleton, who has been at Stanley for several days *** Note: The remainder of this article was missing.
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