News: Unity, Wis. (24 Sept. 1914)
Surnames: Dutchen, McMiller, Oleson, Rose, Meyer, Loughead, Brown, Simons, Bosma, Pettet, Allar, Ewert, Creed, Groelle, Miller, Nelson, Salter, Damuth, Drew, Emerson, Haman, Pulling, Hirsch, Harvey
----Source: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) 09/10/1014
Unity - Sept. 24, 1914
J. Dutchen was a Granton visitor, Sunday.
Franklin McMiller was over from Wausau, Sunday.
Mrs. Peter Oleson was a Marshfield visitor Wednesday.
Wm. Rose of Granton spent a few hours here Monday.
Richard Meyer transacted business at Marshfield, Saturday.
S. Loughead was a Spencer visitor Monday, between trains.
Miss Clara Brown spent Saturday afternoon, at Marshfield.
Miss Mary Simons was a Hub City visitor, Tuesday afternoon.
R. H. Brown spent a few days here this week, with his family.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. A. Bosma, a daughter, Tuesday, Sept. 22.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Pettet were Twin City visitors this week.
F. A. Allar of Spencer transacted business in our village Monday.
Mrs. Wm. Ewert did shopping at the Hub City, last week Thursday.
Chas. Creed and nephew Nyole Creed, were Colby callers, Saturday.
Mrs. G. G. Groelle spent Tuesday afternoon with friends at Spencer.
Mrs. Wm. Miller and daughter Miss Mayme were Marshfield shoppers, Friday.
Misses Bernice Nelson and Marian Salter drove to Colby Sunday afternoon.
Miss Marlea Damuth visited her parents at Oshkosh, from Friday until Sunday.
Mrs. Drew of Spencer, spent Tuesday afternoon here, the guest of Mrs. Geo. Emerson.
Mrs. O. C. Haman and Mrs. A. H. Groelle were at Spencer Tuesday, between trains.
Mrs. Chris Nelson was the guest of relatives at Stevens Point, the latter part of the week.
Harry Pulling of Black River Falls was the guest of relatives and friends here over Sunday.
Mrs. E. Hirsch and son of Loyal were the guests at the A. Cook home Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Harvey attended the play "The Traffic," at Marshfield Saturday night.
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