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The memory of a son or daughter killed in military action never will diminish. It eats at that person’s memories and causes an aching heart. These surviving mothers, inspired by their faith and determination, have the awesome challenge to continue through life. Can those of us who have never had the experience of opening the door to such news, “Your son/daughter will not be coming home. He/she has been killed in action.” know and we cannot, of course, feel this shocking pain?
Can you think of any connection between having nice handwriting and being a good golfer? “Of course not,” comes your puzzled reply, “there is none. Dumb question.” Well, perhaps. And then, perhaps not. The article which follows is about a gentleman I met recently who has been sought for his services by many different entities over the past several years, primarily because of his skill in calligraphy, and yet he is also one of the best amateur golfers in Wisconsin.
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That’s not a spelling error in the headline above; it’s Knap with one “P,” thank you. It’s a Polish name, and the way it is spelled in Poland. Ted Knap. (Actually he was christened Thaddeus L. Knap.) His parents immigrated to Milwaukee way back in the World War I years. The family then lived in a middle class neighborhood on Milwaukee’s east side, and that’s where Ted and his three brothers and one sister grew up. They attended St. Mary Czestochowa Elementary and Messmer High Schools.
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People must be suspicious of leaders at any level, who would much prefer to schedule a meeting to discuss a decision than to make one while leading the way. You could never accuse Hartland Village President Dave Lamerand of abdicating his leadership responsibilities to committees. He faces any and all village problems head-on and reacts with class, if not in the manner that all those in the village chambers at any given time may wish.
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