News: Unity, Wis. (12
Surnames: Cutts, Meyer, Emerson, Greenwood, Creed, Oleson, Purkis, Hirsch, Brown, McMiller, Frome, Ewald, Bowen, Best, Vogt, Cook, Creed, Clark, Nelson, Binning
----Source: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) 11/12/1914
Unity - Nov. 12, 1914
W. A. Cutts and R. B. Meyer autoed to Loyal, Sunday.
Geo. Emerson transacted business at Marshfield last Thursday.
Mrs. Joe Greenwood was a Marshfield visitor Tuesday forenoon.
Wm. Creed transacted business at Neillsville and Wausau this week.
Peter Oleson left Sunday for Ogema where he will spend a few days hunting.
Miss Bessie Purkis was the guest of friends at Stanley, Saturday and Sunday.
Prof. E. Hirsch of Loyal, was the guest of relatives in our village, over Sunday.
Wm. Purkis autoed to Athens, Sunday and visited relatives there until Monday.
Miss Clara Brown and Franklin McMiller drove to Colby, Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Chas. Frome of Colby was the guest of friends in our village one day last week.
Ferdinand Ewald of the town of Sherman, transacted business in our village, Tuesday.
Mrs. Ed Bowen of Marshfield was the guest of relatives here the latter part of the week.
Miss Gertrude Best visited with friends at Dorchester from Saturday until Sunday noon.
J. H. Vogt and Geo. S. Cook attended the annual meeting of the county board at Wausau, this week.
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Creed and son Jack of Colby, Wisconsin were the guests of relatives in our city, Tuesday afternoon.
Jesse Clark who has been employed at Wausau the past summer, came home Saturday and spent a few days.
Ed Nelson came home from Duluth, Friday evening on the limited and will spend a few weeks here with his parents.
The M. E. Ladies’ Aid will meet at the home of Mrs. Ted Binning next week Thursday, Nov. 19. Everyone *** Note: The remainder of this article was missing.
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