News: Humbird -
Locals (March 12,1932)
Contact: Lani Bartelt
Surnames: Crosby, Stallard, Waters, Gilbert, Hurkey, Hippe, Ecke, Traschsel, Bemis, Dunn, Winner, Bolling, Putman
----Sources: Humbird Enterprise Newspaper (March 12,1932)
The decision given by Judge Crosby in circuit court in favor of the signers of the note, in what is known locally as the "Houghton Case" was reversed by the state supreme court in the batch of decisions handed down Tuesday.
Mrs. A. Y. Stallard, who was called to Humbird to assist in caring for her grandfather, James Waters, during his last illness, returned to her home in Eau Claire Tuesday.
The remains of John Gilbert were brought from Cornell last Friday forenoon for interment. Funeral services were held at Cornell. He was 58 years of age and is survived by his wife and nine children.
J. W. Hurkey and family moved to the Stanley house, from the Habler farm. Mr. Hippe and family have arrived from North Dakota and taken possession of the farm.
Among the sick ones: R. H. Ecke is recovering from an attack of flu.
Fred Trachsel has been at the Eau Claire hospital where he was treated for quinsy and boils.
Norm Stanley is confined to his home with heart trouble.
Earl Bemis is again about the house after the flu attack.
The home of Ethel Dunn has been a hospital with flu victims of late.
Oswald Michael and family have recovered from the epidemic.
The Grant Winner household has been included with the flu victims.
Mrs. C. O. Bolling is again about after several days attack of the grip.
Mrs. Russ Putman is recovering from a long illness with grip.
The sickness among children is decreasing and school attendance is better.
A week of cold weather with a March gale has broken all records for Wisconsin. Roads were blocked for car traffic all day Monday and numerous autos were stranded here and at Fairchild on account of drifted roads. The county snow plows were kept busy day and night to break the drifts. A number of car owners suffered severe frost bites when their cars stalled in the drifts.
© Every submission is protected by the Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 1998.
Show your appreciation of this freely provided information by not copying it to any other site without our permission.
A site created and
maintained by the Clark County History Buffs