The Humbird Cheese Factory (pictured below) operated at Humbird in a building which had originally been a hotel, a block from Highway "B" and near Highway 12. The building later served as the facility for the Badger Jacket Factory.
This may sound insane, but my great grandpa was actually the founder of this cheese factory. Nate Harty, email@example.com
Re: Property: Humbird Cheese Factory
Contact: Dale Edlund
grand parents owned a tavern in Humbird called the Lucky 12 Tavern,
which was just across the street from the cheese factory. This
would have been in the late 1940's early 1950's. In the summer time
I would stay at my grand parents place. There were two children I
used to play with, their names were Rita and Paul, brother and
sister. Their parents used to own, or run the cheese factory. Can
you tell me anything about them?
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