News: Unity, Wis. (17
Surnames: Orth, Hughs, Tuttle, Powers, Cook, Harvey, Larson, Harding, Ewert, Misner, Smith, Oleson, Peterson, Flink, Salter, Gocha, Vogt, Creed, Sinz, Mason, O’Connell, Benjamin, Sumner, Salter, Morgan
----Source: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) 04/17/1913
Unity - Apr. 17, 1913
Matt Orth of Colby was a business visitor here Monday.
Miss Tressa Hughs of Staadt, was the guest of her aunt.
Fan Tuttle of Colby, transacted business here Tuesday.
Mrs. John Powers was in our village, a few days this week.
Walter E. Cook was a Marshfield visitor, Monday afternoon.
Ross Harvey of Colby was in our village a few hours Monday.
E. Larson of Abbotsford was in our village a few hours, Sunday.
Dr. Harding of Colby, was in our city, Friday, between trains.
Mrs. W. Ewert and Mrs. V. R. Misner drove to Colby, Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. A. C. Smith of Grand Rapids, was the guest of friends here over Sunday.
Mrs. Peter Oleson went to Loyal, Wednesday to visit a few days with her parents.
Anton Peterson of Milladore visited friends here, from Friday until Monday noon.
Aug. Flink spent Wednesday afternoon with his wife, at the St. Joseph’s hospital in Marshfield.
Mrs. Ole Oleson and grand daughter visited relatives at Westboro, from Friday until Tuesday.
Mrs. J. W. Salter and mother, Mrs. Gallagher, were Marshfield visitors Wednesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gocha of Wausau, came Saturday, and will visit relatives here a few days.
E. C. Vogt spent a few days with friends, this week, at the Mayo Hospital, at Rochester, Minn.
J. H. Vogt, and Chas. Creed are at Wausau, this week, attending the special county board meeting.
Miss Edna Sinz came down from Stetsonville, Friday noon, to attend the basket ball game and dance.
Mrs. Geo. S. Cook and Mrs. A. Mason drove to Loyal, Tuesday and visited relatives until Wednesday.
Mrs. O’Connell of Wausau, was the guest of relatives and friends here from Monday evening until Tuesday noon.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Benjamin of Colby, spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harve Sumner in our village.
The Ladies’ Aid will meet at the home of Mrs. J. W. Salter, next week, Thursday, April 24th. Everybody invited.
Mrs. W. E. Morgan and son Mor? were the guests of relatives and friends at Colby, Tuesday and Wednesday.
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