----Source: Humbird Enterprise Date: 6-17-1911
Carroll Clark, of the faculty of St. Thomas college, St. Paul, is home to spend the summer vacation with his parents.
Ludwig Miller, wife, son Louis, and two youngest children went to Rib Lake Monday to attend the wedding of a relative. They returned home Wednesday evening.
Mrs. Geo. Iffland,Jr., returned Sunday evening from the hospital in St. Paul. Although not completely recovered from the operation she hoes soon to regain her normal health.
Thos. Sliter received an injury while playing ball Wednesday evening that caused a severe hemorrhage from the nose. Dr. Prill attended the injury and Mr. Sliter was able to attend to his work as night operator.
F. W. Crandell and wife drove over from Antigo with their auto arriving here Tuesday evening. They brought Mr. Crandells' father and mother, who had been making a visit in Antigo, home. Mr. Crandell has a fine Ford car and takes much pleasure in running it. While here he met with his first mishap. Thursday morning, just as he was about to run into the alley west of Simons' store to replenish the supply of gasoline, a broken axle was discovered. Mr. Crandell took the broken parts to the machine shop at Black River Falls that afternoon to have repairs made.
Geo. Antwine and family who spent a year in Humbird just previous to the death of Mrs. Antwine's father, Mr. Franklin, returned to the village Thursday for a visit with relatives and hopes of improving her health. Since the family left here they have lived at Waterloo, Iowa, where Mr. Antwine has had employment in a large livery company's transfer warehouse. Mrs. Antwine has been seriously ill and almost an invalid being unable to walk. They are visiting at the home of C. O. Bolling.
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