News: Unity (27 Mar 1969)
Surnames: Domer, Cook, Tesmer, Messer, Ayers, Bloom, Dallman, Johnson, Schultz, Salter, Marten, Korntved, Breuer, Mews, Burke, Aderhold, Peters, Lynn, Eckes, Westerman
----Source: Tribune/Phonograph (Abbotsford, Clark Co., Wis.) 27 Mar 1969
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Domer arrived home Tuesday evening, March 18. They had spent the winter months in Seattle, Washington, Los Angeles, California, and Tucson, Arizona. They spent three weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Sewell Cook at Tucson. The Cooks, from Medford, are spending the winter in Arizona.
Mr. and Mrs. John Tesmer of Waukegan, Illinois, are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ansel Messer and at the Woodrow Tesmer home in Colby. They were called here by the death of his mother, Mrs. Woodrow Tesmer.
The bowling team sponsored by Helen's Style Shop went to the state bowling tournament at Sheboygan Saturday and Sunday. Members of the team are Mrs. Helen Ayers, Colby, Mrs. Leo Bloom, Mrs. Corwin Dallman, Mrs. Forrest Johnson and Mrs. William Schultz, Unity.
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Salter and son, Michael, Appleton, spen the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Salter and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Marten. On Sunday relatives gathered at the Marten home to help Michael celebrate his first birthday.
Weekend visitors at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Korntved and Mr. and Mrs. Anton Korntved were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Breuer, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Burke and son, Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. James Mews and sons, Milwaukee, Dr. and Mrs. Dale Aderhold, Craig and Laura, of Chetek, and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Peters of Mishicot. The birthday of Mrs. Antone Kortved was celebrated. Craig and Laura Aderhold are spending a few days with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Korntved.
Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Lynn were Mrs. Jake Eckes and son, Danny, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Eckes and Mrs. Wayne Westerman, Marshfield.
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