News: Humbird, Wis. Local (29 April 1939)
Contact: Crystal Wendt
Surnames: Gerard, Bimmitt, Tritsch, Phillips, Noyes, Kretschmer, Osborn, Waters, Hull, Buchholz, Cole, Yankee, Schwarz
----Sources: Humbird Enterprise (Humbird, Wis.) Sat., 29 April 1939
Julian Gerard and wife, of Belleville, were visitors over Sunday at the home of his sister, mrs. Wm. Dimmitt.
F. A. Tritsch was a county seat business caller one day recently.
The cheese factory is getting a new coat of paint. Leon Phillips is doing the work.
Mrs. E. K. Noyes is in Eau Claire with her mother, who is a patient at the hospital, having underwent an operations.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Kretschmer were at Neillsville Tuesday afternoon.
A son was born to Rev. and Mrs. Robert Osborn, at the Krohn Hospital April 21st.
Several members of the Eastern Star from Fairchild and their husbands were present at the meeting last Thursday evening, when the members of the Masonic Lodge entertained the ladies at a party and banquet.
Wayland Waters returned to his studies at the University Sunday, after spending a week’s vacation at home.
A transcribed address by Congressman Hull will be heard over station WHA at 6:30 next Wednesday evening. In these days of turmoil the address by Mr. Hull will be of particular interest to every resident of Wisconsin.
Chas. Buchholz returned from the Marshfield Hospital last Thursday afternoon. His eye, which was giving a lot of trouble, is much better and a few more treatments are expected to affect a cure.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Cole came over from Alma Center last Sunday to see his mother, who has been ill. Mrs. Cole is recovering from a cold which threatened pneumonia.
The American Legion Auxiliary met at the home of Mrs. Mae Hahn Monday evening. The next meeting will be held with Mrs. Ruth Yankee at Neillsville, Wis.
Dr. Schwarz was in Eau Claire last Thursday afternoon and evening attending post graduate lectures and clinic of the Medical society of Northwestern Wisconsin. Several leading medics of the country were on the speaking program. There were about 150 physicians and surgeons in attendance.
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