News: Colby (18 Jul 1889)
Contact: Robert Lipprandt
Surnames: Booth, Coke, Cole, Collins, Crozier, Ehle, Gotchy, Parkhill, Potter, Salter, Shafer, Taylor, Vandercook, Welsh
----Source: The Tribune - Phonograph (Abbotsford, WI) 7/16/2014
Originally published in the Colby Phonograph, Thursday, July 18, 1889
A. H. Booth went to Eau Claire last night on business.
The young folks had a social hop in the Colby Hall last night.
I. K. Coke and I. C. Gotchy spent Sunday with their families.
Miss Carrie Vandercook was visiting in the village over Sunday.
D. P. Welsh is down from Phillips for a few days with his family.
Miss Edna Ehle has returned from Phillips where she went for a few weeks since.
Mrs. C. R. Taylor went to Dorchester Tuesday to visit a couple of days with friends.
Legare Potter went to Merrillan Tuesday to be examined for an increase in pensions.
Miss Laura Gotchy went to Loyal Monday where she will spend a potion of her vacation.
Dr. J. W. Crozier will treat chronic diseases at the Commercial House Consultation free.
E. J. Salter had purchased the farm of Ambrose Collins, north of the village. Consideration $800.
C. R. Cole and H. J. Parkhill scraped the fiddle for the Installation Dance at Unity Monday evening.
“The laborer is worthy of his hire,” therefore go to the Ice Cram Festival next Wednesday evening.
Mrs. Sam J. Shafer and daughter Callie are visiting this week.
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