Bio: Ewert Family News Clips (1955)
Surnames: Ewert, Johnson, Carlson, Siegrist, Luchterhand, Liepert, Peterson, Lynn, Habeck, Kanter, Spencer, Miller
----Source: Marathon County Register (Unity, Clark County, Wis.)
Friday, 14 Jan. 1955
Mrs. Forrest Johnson and infant daughter, Sandra Jean were dismissed from St. Joseph's Hospital and returned home Sunday.
Friday, 4 Mar. 1955
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Carlson, Mrs. Dora Ewert, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Ewert, Mr. and Mrs. Arlyn Ewert and Frank and William Siegrist helped Mrs. Emil Luchterhand observe her birthday anniversary at her home in the Town of Colby Sunday.
Roderick Ewert returned to Antigo Sunday night after spending the week end at his home in the Town of Unity.
Friday, 29 July 1955
Miss Minnie Liepert, Chicago, is spending two weeks with relatives here and at Neillsville. Miss Liepert and Mrs. John Peterson, of Neillsville, visited relatives in Unity Friday.
Friday, 14 Oct. 1955
Trinity Lutheran News
Monday, October 10th, the Ogema District met at Trinity Lutheran Church to elect officers and transact district business. Mr. Elmer Carlson was the delegate from Unity.
Friday, 28 Oct. 1955
Mrs. Dora Ewert entertained at a pinochle party Wednesday night in honor of her brother Frank Siegrist's birthday.
Friday, 4 Nov. 1955
Mrs. Rudy Lynn, Mrs. Gordon Lynn, Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Lynn attended a pink and blue shower in honor of Mrs. Jim Merkel at Marshfield on Saturday night.
The lesson on overweight and underweight was given by Mrs. Arnold Habeck and Mrs. Nettie Ewert. Mrs. Dora Ewert and Mrs. Herbert Kanter are to attend the next Leaders School at Colby November 16.
Friday, 11 Nov. 1955
Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Johnson and family accompanied by the Bob Spencer's of Owen spent the week end at Lake Nakomis.
Friday, 18 Nov. 1955
Forrest Johnson and George Miller left Tuesday night for Iowa on a business trip.
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