News: Unity (22 Oct 1942)
Surnames: Hebert, Talcott, Britton, Schjonneman, Tennis, Mandel, Binning, Laack, Thiede, Wegner, Carlson, Heslow, Sorenson
----Source: Spencer Record, Spencer, Wis.) 10/22/1942
UNITY LOCAL NEWS
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Hebert have recently had a letter from their son, who is in the U. S. Army saying that he is now a member of Battery A. 357 5 4 Bn. Fighting commando school; Winter Garden, Fla.
Mrs. Arvid Talcott, who has been at the Marshfield hospital the past two weeks, arrived home last week Wednesday.
D. F. Britton, 94, of Owen, was in teh village last week, the guest of old friends. D. F. came over to attend the funeral services of his old friend, Louis Schjonneman, 93, who was buried Thursday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Tennis and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mandel and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Binning and daughter were at Dorchester Monday afternoon where they attended the funeral of Gilbert Laack, brother of the ladies, whose funeral services were held at the Lutheran church in that village.
Mr. and Mrs. Ewald Thiede and daughter, Mrs. Wegner of Granton were the guests of Mrs. Thiede’s father, Wm. Thayer, last Friday.
Mrs. Alma Carlson left Saturday for Whitewater where she will be the guest of her son, Paul and family for a time.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Heslow of Loyal were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Sorenson Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. John Sorenson attended a house warming party at Stratford last Saturday evening, given for Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sorenson at their new home in that village.
Last Friday was clean up day at the Methodist church and a number of ladies and men gathered to improve the appearance of the space about the church. Quite a nice sum of money had been contributed to a fund to beautify the land about the church. Shrubs and plants had been secured from the Spencer nursery which were set out, and with proper care should improve the looks of the property very much.
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