News: Humbird, Wisconsin (25 Jan. 1940)
Contact:  Crystal Wendt

Surnames: Tuttle, Hardwick, Bobb, McCready, Washburn, Crane, Hart, Flood, Linder, Zimmerman, Eldger, Lund, Fradenburg, Moore, Briggs, Fitzmaurice, LeCaptain, Olson, Kuberra, Rosolack, Stuve, Shute

----Sources: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) Thurs., 25 Jan. 1940


The school children are delighted with the hot lunches served by the home economics class, under the supervision of Miss Tuttle.

Humbird won the basketball game played between Fairchild and Humbird Friday evening. This money evening Humbird plays the Alma Center high school Team.

Mr. and Mrs. James Hardwick and family are enjoying a new radio.

Mr. and Mrs. Bobb and daughter of Eau Claire spent Sunday with Mr. Bobb’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. McCready.

Dr. and Mrs. Roy Washburn of Augusta called on the former’s aunt, Mrs. Mary Crane, Sunday.

Mrs. Harold Hart is helping at the home of Mrs. August Flood during the illness of her sister-in-law.

Clarence Linder and George Zimmerman were injured when their car hit a culvert Saturday evening on their return home from Humbird.

Mrs. Paul Elger underwent a major operation at the Krohn clinic in Black River Falls. It is reported that she is getting along fine.

Mrs. Mahlon Lund had dental work done at Augusta one day last week.

Mrs. Clara Fradenburg will be hostess to her sewing club Tuesday afternoon.

Frank Moore came home from Madison to spend Sunday with his family.

L. Briggs returned to his work on the railroad, after being laid up with an injured knee.

Born, to Mr. and Mrs. S. Fitzmaurice, a daughter, January 4, at the Black River Falls hospital.

Mrs. Herman LeCaptain is caring for her sister’s baby, while her sister has resumed a teaching position during her husband’s illness.

August Olson and Miss Eula Briggs were dinner guests at the Allan Briggs home in Eau Claire Sunday.

Miss Wilda Kuberra is numbered with the ill ones. She is under the doctor’s care at Sparta.

The Women’s Study club met this Wednesday at the home of Mrs. William Rosolack. Mrs. LeCaptain was the leader; the topic: "The Romantic Life of a Seal."

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stuve are moving into the upper flat of the Frank Shute home.



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