News: Unity Corners (Jan. 19, 1903)


Contact: Laurel Bragstad

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Surnames: Durkee, McVean, Meacham, Schofield, Seefeld, Smith, Youmans


----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark County, WI) 1/22/1903


John Meacham was a Spencer visitor Tuesday.


Frank Seefeld went to Marshfield Thursday.


Dora Schofield visited at John Meacham’s Wednesday.


Chas. Youmans was brought home from the hospital Friday.


Rosalie Smith is staying with her sister Mrs. Jean McVean.


Albert Durkee and Chas. Youman are both improving slowly.


The Ladies Aid Society met with Mrs. Emma McVean Thursday, Jan 15.


Katie Smith visited with her sister at Jean McVean’s Monday and Tuesday.


Owing to the severity of the weather, not many ventured out to church and Sunday school last week.


Herman Seefeld is carrying a "patched" nose owing to the work of Jack Frost on Friday last.


Little Norman McVean, who has been staying with his grandparents for some time, returned home Sunday.


Mrs. John Youmans went to Marshfield Wednesday to spend a little time with her husband in the hospital.


Several people are hauling wood at Spencer, but the roads are badly drifted, so traffic isn’t very brisk at present.


Lura Durkee spend Saturday and Sunday at home. Oscar Hutchins accompanied her and his two sisters back to Unity Sunday afternoon.



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