News: Unity (10 Dec 1942)
Surnames: Justman, Wernzenski, Mauritz, Summerfeldt, Parsons, Langjahr, Shuekhart, Weiland, Anderson, Binning, Salter, Tennis, Stock, bruer, Feit, Ravey
----Source: Spencer Record, Spencer, Wis.) 12/10/1942
UNITY LOCAL NEWS
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Justman and daughter Judy of Oshkosh were the guests of relatives in this community last week. Charles, who has been ill for most of a year, has so far recovered as to be able to return to his work.
The Justman portable mill, which has been doing custom sawing for the farmers in Clark county, finished its run last week.
Mrs. F. E. Wernzenski of Abbotsford has been substituting for Stanley Mauritz at the high school for the past two weeks, during which time Mr. Maruitz has been in quarantine. She has been teaching the Social Science classes.
The school board is finding it difficult to fill the teaching posiiton of Leonard Summerfeldt, who is now in the Army. Besides teaching agriculture, Mr. Summerfeldt taught the science classes and thus far they have not been able to find a science teacher. As far as the agricultural classes are concerned it is impossible to find a teacher and the class may have to be dropped until such time as one can be found. Prin. Parsons is at present teaching the science classes besides his own.
Mrs. Elmer Langjahr spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Mark Shuckhart of Brantwood returning Monday morning.
The Trinity Lutheran Ladies Aid held their Christmas party at the church Wednesday afternoon. There was a good attendance and the afternoon was most pleasantly spent. The hostesses were Mrs. Albert Weiland, Mrs. Walter Weiland and Mrs. Mary Weiland.
Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Anderson of Marshfield were the guests of Mrs. Anderson’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Binning last Sunday afternoon.
Thanksgiving guests at the home of Mrs. John W. Salter were Miss Jane Salter of Madison and Misses Gladys and Pearl Salter of Prentice.
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Tennis and family drove to Abbotsford Sunday afternoon where they spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Stock.
This Friday evening, Dec. 11 the Lady Gray Rebekah lodge is holding its Christmas party at the I. O.O.F. hall. Besides the regular lodge work there will be a pot luck lunch. The sewing circle will also meet Friday.
Ben Bruer spent several days last week at Portage transacting business, returning home Friday.
Edward J. Feit spent the week-end with his brother William and family and his mother, Mrs. Mary Feit at Duluth, Minn.
Next Monday evening, Dec. 14, there will be a joint meeting of the American Legion and Auxiliary. The meeting is to be held at the dining room of the Methodist church and will be a Christmas party with luncheon and talks and gifts.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ravey [remaining text missing from copy.]
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