News: Humbird, Wis. Local (21 July 1934)
Contact: Crystal Wendt
Surnames: Jirikowic, Kemp, Michael, Hein, Noyes, Newman, Armstrong, Short, Sherwood, Weidler, Larence, William, Davis, Frink, Rundle
----Sources: Humbird Enterprise (Humbird, Clark County, Wis.) Sat., 21 July 1934
The Canning Co. took in the first pickings of beans Monday evening. There are about 100 growers, and the prospects now are favorable for a big crop. The beans are handled in the viner shed at the plant.
After attending the Moose convention at Neillsville, Mr. and Mrs. Jirikowic, of Kaukauna, and Mrs. Kemp, of Appleton, have been spending the past week at the John Michael home.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Hein returned Monday from their trip to Denver.
C. J. Noyes is at the Krohn Hospital, where he had a hernia operation last Monday forenoon. It is expected he will be at the hospital about two weeks. Wallace Newton, of Dallas, is helping at the store.
Donald Armstrong, of Granton, was in town Tuesday announcing his candidacy for a sheriff nomination in September. Mr. Armstrong states that from reports heard there are twelve in the field seeking the nomination for sheriff, on the republican ticket.
Mr. and Mrs. Short went to Eau Claire Sunday. Their daughter, Mrs. Sherwood, and Caryl and Charles returned with them.
A daughter was born at Krohn Hospital Thursday, July 12, to Rev. and Mrs. V. D. Weidler.
NOTE OF THANKS - We wish to thank the many kind friends who so kindly remembered me with calls and cards during my stay at the hospital. - Mrs. J. W. Lawrence and family.
Mrs. Lawrence returned home Monday after two weeks treatment at the hospital. She is much improved in health.
C. F. Willman went to Altoona Sunday to visit his son Rob and family, and son George. All spent the afternoon at Wisota.
Earl Davis and his uncle Philo Frink, of Marengo, Ill., have been making a visit for a few days at home of their cousin and niece, Mrs. H. Rundle. Mr. and Mrs. Rundle and their guest took in the big Moose parade at Neillsville Saturday, and also visited friends in that berg.
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