News: Colby (4 Apr 1889)

Contact: Robert Lipprandt 

Surnames: Bruns, Croster, Dailey, Johnson, Kalb, Mahoney, Mooers, Parkhill, Prosser, Salter, Shafer, Sims, Taylor, Thompson, Wadak, Wicker

----Source: The Tribune - Phonograph (Abbotsford, WI) 4/02/2014

Originally published in the Colby Phonograph, Thursday, April 4, 1889

At the caucus for the town of Colby last Saturday, the following were appointed to the town committee for the ensuing year: Henry Bruns, Geo. F. Dailey, C. R. Taylor.

At the caucus in the town of Hull, on the same day, the town committee selected for the ensuing year was Sam J. Shafer, Dan Mahoney, Frank Prosser.

The village schools will be open for the spring term, Monday.

The first week for April opened with genuine March weather.

J. W. Salter, of Unity, was in the village a few hours today.

Jno. Kalb, of Abbotsford, was in the village a few hours, Tuesday.

Election is over and people be themselves again, for a while.

Gene Wicker returned to his work of teaming at Rhinelander, Monday.

Miss Florence Mooers is visiting friends, at Abbotsford, this week.

Jess Parkhill came up from Stevens Point and spent Sunday with his mother.

Between thirty and forty teachers attended Sup’t Croster’s examination here last week.

Oluf Thompson and Ever Johnson of the town of Hoard transacted legal business here Monday.

Sam Shafer took the train for Wausau Wednesday morning in order to resume his duties a juryman.

Charlie Wadak resigned his position in the railroad office at Bessemer and is now at home with his parents.

Paul Sims closed a six months term of school at Naugart.



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