News: Unity, Wis. (20 June 1912)
Surnames: Blood, Orth, Jones, Benjamin, Bennett, Klein, Crowell, Peterson, Van Camp, Ewald, Powers, Emerson, Fuller, Wod, Hughes, Gallagher, Hess, Jarvis, Harlow, Wonzer, Misner, Nelson, Larson, Groelle, Oleson, Matson
----Source: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) 20 Jun 1912
Unity - June 20, 1912
Ed Blood transacted business at Marshfield, last Friday.
Matt Orth of Colby was a business visitor in our village, Monday.
Mrs. Dan Jones did shopping at Marshfield, Monday afternoon.
Tom Benjamin of Colby, transacted business in our village Tuesday.
Mrs. Nels Bennett returned Saturday from her visit at Fond du Lac, Wis.
Miss Myrtle Klein was a guest of Miss Rizpah Crowell at Spencer, Monday.
Miss Peterson of Milladore visited friends in our village a few days this week.
Carol Van Camp went to Loyal Monday, to visit relatives and friends a few weeks.
F. Ewald accompanied by Miss Emma Matson, drove to Colby, Sunday afternoon.
Miss Martha Powers went to Loyal, Saturday, to visit relatives for a couple of weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Emerson and children visited relatives at Abbotsford, over Sunday.
Mrs. G. Fuller and Mrs. John Fuller and children went to Osborn, Tuesday, to visit relatives a few days.
Ernest Wood, who has been visiting his sister Leona and brother Guy here, the past two weeks, returned to Chicago, Ill., Sunday.
Mrs. Hughes and children who have been visiting at the home of Thos. Gallagher, the past week, left Monday for her home at Madison.
Miss Edna Hess of Minneapolis, niece of Mrs. Frank Jarvis, and Mr. Arthur Harlow also of Minneapolis, spent a few days in our village last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wonzer and son were called to Granton, Tuesday, by the death of Mr. Wonzer’s brother, which occurred at that place, Monday morning.
The saloon owned by J. S. Misner and occupied by Nelson & Larson has been purchased by Peter Oleson who will open up a saloon the 1st of the month. Consideration $1200.
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Groelle and daughter Norma went to Amherst *** Note: The remainder of this article was missing.
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