----Source: Humbird Enterprise Date: 3-19-1910
Mrs. F. Zimmerman has been quite sick with the la grippe, but is some better at this writing.
Carl Johnson, of Minot N. D. was a guest at the home of John Babler the first of the week.
Herman Standke, of Split Rock, who was visiting relatives here-abouts, left Monday for Montana.
Hugh Houghton and family who live near Janesville, came the last of the week for a visit at the home of his parents in Houghtonburg
A.P. Heyder came over from Granton to spend Sunday with friends. He left Monday for Hartford where he will be employed by the Kissel Kar Co. ----Source: Humbird Enterprise Date: 4-16-1910
Archie Dupont spend Saturday and Sunday at home.
Gaylord Crane, who has been seriously ill, is some better at this writing.
Miss Myrtle Fryer returned home Monday from Merrillan for two weeks’ vacation from her work at the hotel.
A fine baby girl was born to Agent Clapp and wife Monday.
Albert Martin’s barn was struck by lightning Monday morning, killing three cows and knocking a horse clear out of the stall, but not killing the horse. He was insured in the Fall creek company, and the adjuster came down at noon and vixed up the loss. John McDonald has a large hog killed by the same storm.
Ben Miller ad wife are planning on spending the summer at Minong with their daughter. It is hoped the change will benefit Mrs. Miller’s health.
Mrs. Gloden and two daughters leave tonight for Defiance, Ohio, where, if everything is congenial, they expect to make their future home. Mrs. Gloden will become housekeeper for her brother-in-law, Father Gloden, who is priest of a large parish in that city. The best wishes of all Humbird friends go with them to their new home.
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