News: Unity, Wis. (10
Surnames: Cook, Johnson, Powers, Misner, Sinz, Hinmann, Brill, Clark, Nelson, Berg, Feuerheim, Kuehling, Mais, Domer, Will, Emerson, Blood, Greene
----Source: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) 04/10/1913
Unity - Apr. 10, 1913
President A. Cook was at the Midget City, Monday.
Miss Esther Johnson was a Marshfield caller, Monday.
Mrs. John Powers is reported on the sick list, this week.
School commenced Monday after a three week’s vacation.
V. R. Misner was a Marshfield visitor, Tuesday forenoon.
Mrs. P. M. Sinz did shopping at Marshfield, Monday afternoon.
W. G. Hinmann of Marshfield, was a business visitor here, Monday.
Wm. Brill of Cherokee, spent Monday here with his brother John.
Mrs. J. H. Clark spent Tuesday afternoon with friends at the Hub City.
Claud Nelson and Elmer Berg were Marshfield visitors Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. Geo. Feuerheim returned home, Tuesday evening on No. 5 from Chicago.
Mrs. H. H. Kuehling spent the latter part of last week with relatives at Tomahawk.
Miss Edna Sinz spent a few days here, last week, visiting her sister Ruby and friends.
Miss Ruby Sinz spent Saturday and Sunday with her father, Dr. P. M. Sinz, at Stetsonville.
Mrs. Paul Mais went to Colby, Saturday, and visited relatives and friends until Sunday.
Jesse Clark came home Tuesday on No. 111, and will spend the summer here with his parents.
Miss Hattie Domer returned home, Tuesday noon from Colby, where she had been visiting friends.
Mrs. Wm. Will and children of Colby, Wisconsin were the guests of relatives in our village, Saturday afternoon.
Geo. Emerson is now packing his household goods and will soon leave with his family for his farm in Canada.
Ed. Blood left Monday morning on No. C. for Caire, Missouri, where he will spend a few weeks with relatives and friends.
Mrs. G. Greene returned home Monday, from Abbotsford, where she has been the guest of her son Otto *** Note: The remainder of this article was missing.
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