News: Colby, Wis. (19
Surnames: Margraff, Heizen, Eder, Meyers, Kraemer, Niggerman, Hineeberger, Christofferson, Heany, Hanley, Neumeister, Bryant, Meyer, Kilty, Jones, Roder, Spellman, Gessert, Henkel
----Source: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) 06/19/1919
Weekly Happenings In and Around Colby
Mrs. A. R. Margraff left Friday for New London and Milwaukee to visit friends and relatives.
Mrs. Frank Heizen of California, is this week visiting with her uncles H. B. Eder and Chas. Meyers and among friends.
Mrs. Josephine Kraemer, of Medford visited Monday with Mrs. Con. Niggerman leaving the same evening for Chippewa Falls.
Mrs. Jos. Hineeberger and baby, of Sanborn, N.D., is this week visiting at the home of J. W. Heany and Dr. A. M. Christofferson.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hanley of Granton, and Mrs. Con. Niggerman left Wednesday by auto for a weeks visit with relatives at Berlin, Wis.
Miss Adeline Neumeister arrived at Colby last Saturday from Minneapolis and Sunday evening left for Washington, D.C., where she has accepted a clerical position.
Dr. C. J. Bryant left Saturday for Hoquaim, Wash., to visit with her brother Tom the next five or six weeks. Her mother who has been spending the winter there will return with her.
J. L. Meyer of Unity, was a visitor at Colby Tuesday and informed us that he had just completed a $460 concrete contract on the barn of Wm. Kilty, living three miles west of Unity.
Ben Jones, son of Mrs. Wm. Jones of this city arrived home from overseas duty Monday. Ben was with the engineers corps and during his stay in France was connected with a logging crew cutting timber to be made up into railroad ties.
Miss Mary Roder, of Cleveland, arrived at Colby Wednesday afternoon for a few weeks visit at the Aloys Roder home. Miss Veronica Roder, who has been attending school at Cleveland accompanied her to spend the summer vacation at home.
Miss Margaret Spellman left Tuesday afternoon for Prentice to attend a reception given for the returned soldiers, sailors and nurses. She was accompanied by George Gessert who will visit with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. T. Spellman for two weeks.
Phil Henkel, of Stone Lake who had been visiting at Park Falls, stopped off at Colby last Saturday to spend a few hours with *** Note: The remainder of this article was missing.
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