News: Unity, Wis. (19 Sept. 1912)

Contact: Stan

Surnames: Weydert, Fuller, Oleson, Morgan, Lyons, McNulty, Falck, Groelle, Kuehnau, Sumner, Cole, Cook, Erickson, Deahoff, Creed, Vogt, Harvey, Emerson, Matteson, Meisner, Parsneau, Ingals, Benjamin, Messer

----Source: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) 19 Sep 1912

Unity - Sept. 19, 1912

Wm. Weydert transacted business at Marshfield, Wis. Saturday.

Mrs. John Fuller was a Marshfield visitor, Monday forenoon.

Peter and John Oleson were Colby visitors Tuesday forenoon.

W. E. Morgan and family and E. H. Lyons autoed to Athens, last Sunday.

Miss Nora McNulty of Fond du Lac, is the guest of Mrs. S. J. Falck, this week.

Mrs. A. Groelle and daughter Norma were Colby visitors, Saturday and Sunday.

Mrs. J. R. Kuehnau spent Wednesday with relatives and friends at Spencer.

Mrs. Harve Sumner went to Colby, Monday, and visited Mr. Tom Benjamin until Wednesday.

Miss V. Cole of Spencer, Wisconsin came Tuesday to spent a few weeks at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. S. Cook.

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Erickson, a baby boy, Sept. 16th. Both mother and babe are doing nicely.

Mrs. A. B. Deahoff and son Winfield of Somerset, are the guests of her friend, Mrs. Wm. Creed this week.

Walter Cook accompanied by E. L. Messer, Edwin Vogt and F. Ewald autoed to Marathon City, last Sunday.

Fred Harvey of Fond du Lac, arrived here Tuesday to visit his mother and sisters in our village for a few weeks.

Mrs. Geo. Emerson and children were the guests of relatives at Abbotsford, a few days the latter part of the week.

O. B. Matteson and family moved into the Meisner residence, last Saturday, which they recently bought of V. R. Meisner.

Mrs. A. Parsneau of Tomah, came Monday to visit her mother, Mrs. Fannie Ingals and other relatives...........missing content.



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