News: Unity, Wis. (30
Surnames: Ewert, Messer, Dahlman, Wonser, Boyer, Clark, Vogt, Swan, Best, Creed, Loughead, Cook-Lueloff, Price, Shafer, Allain, Cutts, Sumner, Crossgrove, Longhead, Humphrey, Wood, Hirsch, Pettet
----Source: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) 10/30/1913
Unity - Oct. 30, 1913
Wm. Ewert was at Marshfield, Saturday, on business.
Prof. Messer visited friends down the line, Saturday.
Mrs. Gus Dahlman was a Marshfield visitor Tuesday.
Fred Wonser was a Marshfield visitor, Tuesday forenoon.
Mrs. A. Boyer and son were Marshfield visitors Wednesday.
Mrs. J. H. Clark returned Friday evening, from Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Mrs. J. H. Vogt visited friends at Marshfield, last Thursday.
Misses Swan and Best were Spencer visitors Saturday, between trains.
Wm. Creed transacted business in the Hub City, Tuesday afternoon.
Miss Ida Loughead was the guest of relatives at the Hub City, last week.
Mrs. Ella Cook-Lueloff was the guest of relatives at Colby, Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. G. W. Price of Edgerton, spent a few days with her friend, Mrs. S. Shafer.
Mrs. Chas. Allain went to Milan, Tuesday, to spend a few days with relatives.
Mrs. Art Cutts and daughter Hazel did shopping at Marshfield, Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. Sam Shafer, Mrs. H. Sumner and Mrs. G. W. Price were Colby visitors Tuesday.
Mrs. Crossgrove and daughters spent Saturday in Marshfield, at the home of G. N. Longhead’s.
Ben Humphrey of Oshkosh, arrived here Saturday on No. 111, and will spend a few days here.
Gus Dahlman who has been employed at Lomira, the past three months, returned here Tuesday.
Miss Leona Wood returned home, the forepart of the week, from a visit with friends at Grand Rapids.
Chas. Creed sold a pair of spring colts to John Hirsch of Cherokee, last week. Consideration $135.00.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Pettet and granddaughter, Evetta Creed, and Mrs. E. *** Note: The remainder of this article was missing.
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