News: Colby, Wis. (3
Surnames: Briggs, Schaus, Engeldinger, Welsch, Weix, Domer, Burkhardt, Steinwand, Pfeiffer, Tranlaw, Tesmer, List, Fleischauer, Krepsky, Von Neupert, Haire, Pope, Dawson, Kiehl, Neumeister, Coon, Thistle, Kliefoth, Sill, Harding, Rupert, Lindner
----Source: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) 01/03/1918
O. R. Briggs was at Marshfield on business Friday.
Miss Edna Schaus visited relatives at Marshfield, Friday.
John Engeldinger of Ashland, spent Sunday here with his parents.
Misses Nola Welsch and Elizabeth Weix were Marshfield visitors Friday.
Henry Domer and son Joe were up from the town of Beaver on business last Monday.
Otto Burkhardt, who works for the Soo at Chicago, visited here with his parents Tuesday.
A. M. Steinwand went to Neillsville Wednesday to attend a meeting of the Lynn Insurance Co.
Ernst Pfeiffer, baker at Fleischmann’s went to Milwaukee Saturday for a week’s vacation.
Miss Shirley Tranlaw of Wausau, was a guest at the Gotlieb Tesmer home over New Year’s.
Misses Louise List and Ida Fleischauer spent the holidays with Miss List’s parents at Augusta.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugo A. Krepsky spent Sunday with Carl Von Neupert Jr., and family at Stevens Point.
Mrs. Joe Haire, of Weyauwega, left Monday after having spent Xmas week with her sister, Mrs. Bert Pope.
Mr. and Mrs. George Dawson, who had been visiting relatives here, returned to their home at White Lake Friday.
Wm. Kiehl of Racine, arrived here Friday for a few days visit with his mother and his sister, Mrs. Gotlieb Tesmer.
Miss Lillian Neumeister, nurse in a hospital at Fairbault, Minn., came Thursday for a two weeks visit with her parents.
Mrs. George Coon of Appleton, who had been here on a Christmas visit to her mother, Mrs. A. Thistle, returned home Monday.
Clarence Kliefoth of Wausau, visited at the home of his father, Wm. Kliefoth, in the town of Hull, from Tuesday until Friday.
Louis Sill and family came over from Chippewa Falls, Monday, and spent the day with his father and brother, Frank and family.
Miss Nora Harding returned to her duties in a large department store at Bangor, Wis., Monday, after a visit of a week with her parents.
Miss Edna Rupert, who is employed by a firm in Rhinelander as stenographer, spent the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Rupert.
Herman Neumeister, assistant manager of the Baldwin Flour Co.’s plant at Casselton, N.D., arrived here Tuesday for a week’s visit with his parents.
Chas. Lindner Jr., who is running a cheese factory near Platteville, arrived Saturday and will visit a few weeks at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Lindner, in the town *** Note: The remainder of this article was missing.
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