News Colby, Wis. (12 May 1898)

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Surnames: Machlett, Kuentz, Miller, Denney, Finn, Kaudy, Kiehl, Brown, Cole, Garine, Kesler, Blecha, Foster, Detloff, Bryant

----Sources: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) 12 May 1898

Colby, Wis. - Local Miscellany May 12, 1898

Henry Machlett, of Curtiss, was in the city, Sunday.

Adam Kuentz came home, Saturday, but went away again, Sunday night.

Ernest L. Miller was a visitor to his home, in Stevens Point, last Thursday.

Prof. A. C. Finn has been chosen principal of the Thorp schools for the next year.

G. J. Kaudy went to Marshfield, last week, to bid on a job for the Colby M’fg. Co.

Jacob Kiehl, Jr., of Holeton was down, Saturday and took in the ball ? dance.

W. P. Brown, the dentist will be at the Commercial to-morrow and until Saturday noon.

Mrs. L. L. Cole and Mrs. Etta Garine returned home from Michigan Friday evening.

Mrs. Elizabeth Kesler went to Manitowoc, Saturday, to visit with relatives and friends for a time.

The Colby M’fg. Co. will put in a bar outfit for F. N. Blecha, in the Athens House, at Athens.

Chas. Foster, formerly of the Tremont House of Marshfield, was in the city on business, yesterday.

E. C. Detloff, of Bloomer, a graduate from Sommer’s School of Pharmacy was in the city last Friday.

The Ladies’ Aid Society will meet with Mrs. J. H. Bryant, next Wednesday *** Note: The remainder of this article was missing.



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