News: Humbird (21 Dec. 1900)
Contact: Duane Horn
Crandell, Hull, Webster, Waters, Noyes, Miller, Hart, Carter,
Styles, Stillman, Hurst, Snyder, Fradenburg, Cole, Brandstedder,
Alderman, Sires, Cooke, Coram, Philipot
Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark County, Wis.) 21 Dec.
Mrs. Ida Crandell, accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Amy Hull of Antigo, returned from Montana Sunday.
Jay Webster of Wrightsville, called here Sunday on his way to St. Paul, to visit relatives.
James Waters and C. J. Noyes called at Augusta Thursday.
Ed Carter and wife went to Neillsville Saturday.
Ben Miller and son Will, left for Spooner Saturday.
Fred Hart called at Fairchild Friday.
Clara Styles is visiting with Wm. Stillman at Garden Valley.
Tina Hurst of Augusta was seen on our streets Friday.
Mabel Snyder, Kit Fradenburg and Anna Hart gave a joint candy pull in the North school house Friday evening, to their pupils.
W. Cole was a Fairchild caller Thursday.
Humbird Orchestra played at Alma, Friday night.
Mamie Brandstedder of Fairchild came down Saturday to visit her Grandma Hein.
Lee Alderman of Neillsville is here studying telegraphy under O. D. Sires.
Rev. J. E. Cooke will hold revival meetings in the M. E. church the next two weeks, assisted by A. E. Coram and H. Philipot.
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