Calvin Schriever shares letters sent to his brother Delmer during World War II.


How much do you know about Tea's history? Calvin Schriever, 90, shared memories of the town's early days in this issue of Tea Weekly. Also in this issue are excerpts from letters sent to his brother, Delmer, who served in the U.S. Army Infantry during World War II.

In the Nov. 7 issue of Tea Weekly available online now and at stands at the Tea Sunshine, Casey's, Cubby's and Get N Go this afternoon. Papers are delivered to stands at these locations every Thursday by 1 p.m.

Pick up a copy for election results, city and local sports news, first quarter honor roll lists and special stories focusing on the history of Tea, just in time for the Tea Area Historical Society's 15th anniversary! Be sure to stop in to their anniversary luncheon at noon on Thursday, Nov. 13 at the Tea Community Hall! The hall is located at 200 W. Maple St. and everyone is welcome. The attached museum that the society maintains will also be open for tours at that time.

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