News: Unity, Wis. (20 Nov. 1913)
Surnames: Johnson, Wonser, Swan, Bowen, Christenson, Nelson, Jewett, Roohr, Pettet, Haman, Patrick, Ringquist, Furlong, Hebert, Anderson, Carlson, Oleson, Lipprandt
----Source: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) 11/20/1913
Unity - Nov. 20, 1913
Wedding bells will soon be ringing in our village.
Miss Walby Jones was at Marshfield Saturday.
Mrs. Fred Wonser is reported very sick at this writing.
Miss Swan was the guest of friends at Marshfield, Saturday.
Mr. Ed Bowen of Marshfield visited relatives here last week.
Oscar Christenson of Loyal, was in our city a few hours, Saturday.
Miss Inga and Ruby Nelson were Colby visitors, Saturday morning.
Mrs. Geo. Jewett was the guest of her daughter at Schofield, this week.
Miss Anna Roohr of Colby, visited friends here between trains, Saturday.
J. A. Pettet transacted business at Marshfield, last Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. O. C. Haman and Mrs. Lipprant were Marshfield visitors, Tuesday.
Ed Patrick transacted business at the Midget City, last Friday forenoon.
Nels Ringquist went to Chicago, Monday morning, to visit his sister a few days.
Miss Emma Furlong of Thorp, was the guest of friends in our village, Saturday.
Lawrence Hebert of St. Paul, visited his brothers, Chas. and Dave, here this week.
Mrs. Wm. Patrick and daughter Kate did shopping at the Hub City, Saturday.
Chas. Anderson and daughter Mrs. Gus Dallman were Colby visitors, Friday forenoon.
Misses Esther Johnson and Elsie Carlson were Marshfield shoppers. Friday afternoon.
Peter and Lawrence Olson returned Sunday from Westboro, each having secured a deal.
Mrs. Lipprandt of Curtiss, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Haman, the forepart of this week.
Mrs. Jake Roohr departed Saturday for Green Bay, where she will spend a few weeks with relatives.
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