News: Humbird, Wis. Local (21 Jan. 1939)
Contact: Crystal Wendt
Surnames: Olson, Haugstad, Sessman, Tritsch, Newton, Nelson, Coulee, Moore, Theiler
----Sources: Humbird Enterprise (Humbird, Wis.) Sat., 21 Jan. 1939
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Olson and children were dinner guests at Paul Haugstad’s in Houghtonburg Sunday.
Harve Sessman, of Alma Center, was a visitor in town Sunday.
Don’t Miss Tritsch’s 19c Sale see ad.
S. R. Newton and his son-in-law Archie Nelson, of Curran Coulee, autoed to Neillsville Tuesday afternoon to visit the employment office. Mr. Newton was looking for a man to work on his farm for a few weeks while he devotes some time to his fire and tornado insurance work.
Tuesday evening a birthday surprise party was given Mrs. Frank Morre, at which a number of friends were present. A fine lunch was carried and also a nice gift was left with Mrs. Moore.
WARNING - All children are warned to keep off the new ice in the field where ice has been cut for harvest; also keep away from the opening. - Fred Theiler.
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