News: Unity (30 Jan 1941)
Surnames: Brenneman, Olson, Cartmill, Wood, Cook, Hanstead, Mabbott, Capes, Gillett, Andrews, Wiers, Stauner, Creed, Loughead, Hebert, Leffel, Morgan, Thayer, Muehlenhaupt
----Source: Spencer Record, Spencer, Wis.) 01/30/1941
Wesley Brenneman has been quite seriously ill at his home the past week, with a very bad cold and a tendency toward pneumonia.
Principle Olson of the high school has taken to the St. Joseph hospital at Marshfield with a severe attack of sinus trouble. He is somewhat better and during his absence from the school Mrs. Olson, who was formerly a teacher, assisted at the high school.
George Cartmill, director of music at Auburndale, was the guest of Unity friends over the week-end. Sunday morning he sang at the morning services of the Trinity Lutheran church, with Robert Wood, accompanist.
Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Olson were the guests of relatives at Wausau over the week-end.
Assemblyman Walter E. Cook, Madison, and Miss Dorothy Cook, Wausau, spent the week-end at their home here.
Mr. and Mrs. George S. Cook spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Hanstead at Eau Claire. Both gentlemen are connected with the Automobile division of the state government.
The music club will hold their February meeting at the school house next Monday evening, Feb. 3. A large attendance is desired as business of importance will come before the meeting.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Mabbott and daughter, Faith, Mr. and Mrs. Sewell Cook and sons, Everett Capes, Miss Shirley Cook and Fay Gillett, Unity, and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Andrews, Spencer, were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Russel Andrews, Spencer, Sunday.
The music club announces the following contributions to the Uniform fund: Unity Advancement association, $10.00; George S. Cook, $5.00; and Mr and Mrs. H. C. Wiers, Marshfield, $5.00. The play netted them $70.00 and the club has expressed its appreciation to the cast who so generously donated their time to make it a success.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Stauner, at the Wm. Creed home, a girl, Tuesday, Jan 21.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. William Loughead, of the town of Hull, on Tuesday, Jan. 21, a son.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Francis Hebert, town of Brighton, on Friday, January 24, a daughter.
Willis and Myron Leffel, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Leffel, Marshfield, were the guests of relatives here Sunday.
William Morgan tells us that during the coming month he expects to install an air conditioning unit into his furnace which he will build.
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Thayer, Mauston, and Mrs. Meuhlenhaupt, Milwaukee, who were called here by the death of Mrs. William Thayer, left Saturday for Milwaukee.
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