News Colby, Wis. (7 Dec. 1899)
Surnames: Bartell, Salter, Dahlke, Hickok, Vischer, Lussenden, Graves, Potter, Schultz, Kuentz, Kountz, Schmidt, Prosser, Mahoney, Cowen, Young, Marsh, Danks, Bahl, Johnston, Kohorn, Werle
----Sources: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) 12/07/1899
Colby - Local Miscellany Dec. 7, 1899
Mrs. W. D. Bartell spent yesterday in Marshfield.
R. B. Salter went to Wausau, yesterday, to attend court.
Will Dahlke came down from Heafford Junction, yesterday.
Mrs. A. Hickok returned home from her Thorp visit, Saturday.
Rev. and Mrs. E. G. Vischer were Marshfield visitors, Friday.
W. S. Lussenden went to Wausau, yesterday, on court matters.
Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Graves, of Spencer, were in the city over Sunday.
Legare Potter celebrated Thanksgiving with his family, at Neillsville.
Mrs. G. N. Schultz went to Spencer, yesterday morning, to spend the day.
The President’s Message is printed in full, on the inside pages of this issue.
Adam Kuentz made a business trip to Medford, on Wednesday of last week.
R. F. Kountz of Neillsville, Wis., was in the city, Monday evening, on business.
Robert Schmidt and Jake Werle, of Wausau, Wis., were in the city, Wednesday night.
Roy E. Prosser and Jos. Mahoney were in Marshfield, Wis., Friday between trains.
Miss Ana Cowen was home, from the Stevens Point Normal, for Thanksgiving.
Mrs. J. E. Prosser went to Unity, yesterday, to attend the funeral of Mrs. G. F. Young.
E. L. Wicker, who is at Necedah, loading out some lumber, was home for Thanksgiving.
Miss Emma Marsh came down from Westboro, Saturday, and visited until Tuesday morning.
Mrs. M. Danks and Miss Lena Bahl visited with Mrs. Dr. G. B. Johnston, at Abbotsford, yesterday.
B. H. Kohorn, the Stevens Point *** Note: The remainder of this article was missing.
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