News: Colby, Wis. (6 Nov. 1919)
Contact: Stan

Surnames: Tesmer, Merkel, Fitzgibbon, Christofferson, Firnstahl, Swoboda, Brady, Richter, Langenhahn, Sohn, Gosse, Hancock

----Source: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) 11/06/1919

Happenings Of The Week In Our City

Mrs. C. P. Tesmer and daughter, Helena, were Marshfield visitors last Tuesday.

Arthur Merkel left for Minneapolis and St. Paul last night on business for the Harmony Co-operative Co.

Tom Fitzgibbon left for Madison Tuesday where he will take a course in the Wisconsin dairy school at the university.

Dr. A. M. Christofferson returned from a week’s visit to Chicago last Tuesday. He was accompanied by his father, Jas. Christofferson, of Waupaca, on the trip.

Attend the big wind up of our Phonograph Demonstration 8 to 9 Saturday evening. We are going to give away a $50.00 Phonograph at this time. Colby Drug Store.

Miss Irene Firnstahl who has been spending a three weeks’ vacation at home, left yesterday for Fairbault, Minn., where she will resume her duties in the hospital at that place.

County Agent Swoboda and Miss Mary Brady, county home demonstrator, will speak at the Lonely Pine schoolhouse on Saturday evening, Nov. 15. A good attendance is expected.

Saturday evening we give away a $50.00 Phonograph. It costs you nothing to attend the demonstration from 8 to 9 at our store and you get your chance on the Phonograph. Colby Drug Store.

A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Richter at Belfield, N. Dak., on Sunday, Oct. 12, 1919. While the news is somewhat belated, their many friends here will offer heartiest congratulations.

Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Langenhahn and daughter, Lucille, and Mrs. Fred Sohn, of Cleveland, Wis., who had been visiting with Wm. A. Gosse and family, for several days, departed for home, Tuesday.

The weather has been bad this week and you stand a good chance to win a $50.00 phonograph free by attending the wind up demonstration Saturday evening, 8 to 9. Remember this does not mean 8:55 to 9. Colby Drug Store.

Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hancock, of Haskell, Okla., on Thursday Oct. 23, 1919, a daughter. If that don’t make the hair grow on granddad ? Schafer’s bald head nothing *** Note: The remainder of this article was missing.



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