News: Colby (20 Nov. 1883)

Contact:  Crystal Wendt

Surnames: Bradley, Collyer, Brewester, Gray, Chadfant, Groher, Frazer, Peterson, Grivelley, Hanke, Shaffer

----Sources: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 20 Nov. 1883

Colby - 17 Nov. 1883

The thermometer is town have marked zero the last three morning of this week.

S. A. Bradley, of Milwaukee, is at the Colby House.

Mrs. Geo. Collyer gave a party on Thursday at her residence which was enjoyed by all who attended.

Emery Brewester and Al Gray killed three deer in a hunt which lasted three days this week.

Colby is to have a brick yard in the not distant future.

Rev. Arthur Chadfant is soon to move into George Collyer’s house.

On last Wednesday Mr. Groher and Miss Julia Frazer, both of Thorp, were married by N. P. Peterson.

Dr. Grivelley is reported recovering from his injuries. He can congratulate himself upon his miraculous escape.

N. P. Peterson is turning out logging sleds by the wholesale, and has the square in front of his shop filled with them.

Mrs. F. R. Hanke, of Neenah, is in town the guest of Mrs. Sam Shaffer.




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