Bio: Ewert Family News Clips (1912 - 1914)
Surnames: Misner, Misener, Matteson, Ewert, Liepert, Leipert, Piper, Schultz, Burgess
----Source: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.)
V. R. Misner transacted business at Marshfield, Tuesday.
V. R. Misner left Saturday evening, on the limited for Maxon, Ill., where he will visit his old friends until Friday.
O. B. Matteson and family moved into the Meisner residence, last Saturday, which they recently bought of V. R. Meisner.
V. R Misner was a Marshfield, kWis. visitor, Tuesday forenoon.
V. R. Misner received a card from his parents, Tuesday, stating that they left Florida a week ago and arrived at Alegan, Mich. Friday last, where they will make their future home.
V. R. Misner was a Marshfield visitor, Tuesday forenoon.
Mrs. W. Ewert and Mrs. V. R. Misner drove to Colby, Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. V. R. Misner and son were Colby visitors, last Thursday afternoon.
Wm. Ewert underwent a successful operation at St. Joseph's hospital at Marshfield, last week Friday.
Miss Hulda Ewert visited her father, who is confined at the St. Joseph's hospital at Marshfield Tuesday.
Mrs. Wm. Ewert and daughter Esther spent Wednesday with Mr. Ewert, at St. Joseph's hospital at Marshfield.
Miss Hulda Ewert left Monday, for Ohio where she will visit her sister a few weeks.
Miss Clara Liepert has accepted the position as clerk in the Unity Mercantile store.
Wm. Ewert was at Marshfield, Saturday, on business.
Fred Ewert and family of Decatur, Mich., are here visiting relatives.
V. R. Misner was a Hub City visitor Tuesday forenoon.
*** Note: Hub City was a name for Marshfield.
Misses Clara Liepert, Grace Piper and Miss Schultz drove to Colby, Wednesday afternoon.
Geo. Burgess sold out his share of the pool and billiard rooms to V. R. Misener, this week.
Mrs. Wm. Ewert did shopping at the Hub City, last week Thursday.
Mrs. Wm. Ewert, accompanied by her grand-child, departed last Thursday on the limited for Decatur, Mich.
Mrs. Fred Ewert and son were Marshfield visitors, Wednesday forenoon.
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