Bio: Schwarz, Dr. (Leaving - 1943)
----Source: Humbird Enterprise (Humbird, Clark Co., Wis.) 09/18/1943
Schwarz, Dr. S.F. (Leaving - SEP 1943)
It is reported that is customary in Washington to hold bad news till the very last. So we can be pardoned in not publishing the news of the planned departure of our beloved physician and his estimable wife, Dr. and Mrs. S. G. Schwarz, from our village (Humbird, Clark Co., Wis.). until the time draws nigh. Neighboring papers somewhat elatedly chronicled the sale of the doctor’s home and intended removal a few weeks ago, quite to the detriment of closing his practice and business affairs in this community.
Dr. Schwarz is discontinuing here partly on account of its being too strenuous for advancing age, his is past the allotted three score and ten, and their desire to spend their sunset years near their son and grandchildren. The residence property has been sold to Hon. And Mrs. P.A. Hemmy, who will take possession Oct. 1st, and on the 3rd they will leave for their new home in Berrien Springs, Mich.
This has been the home of Dr. and Mrs. Schwarze for the past 30 years, excepting during his time of service in the first world war, and a few years spent in connection with the Marshfield Clinic.
Both will be greatly missed from fraternal, club and social circles in the community, and as neighbors and friends. All join in wishing them Godspeed as they leave for their new home.
----Source: Humbird Enterprise (Humbird, Clark Co., Wis.) date unknown
Dr. Schwarz Closes Office Here.
Dr. Schwarz returned from Minneapolis last Saturday night, and has been busy this week closing up his affairs in this village. He has packed his office paraphernalia and drug stock and moved them to his farm. Sunday, or before, he leaves for Chicago for a hospital course at Dr. Blank's sanatorium, for more instruction and experience in the use of light treatment. At the the completion of the course he will enter the Marshfield clinic. We regret exceedingly the removal of Dr. Schwarz from our midst. During his service in the army, he received an injury by a horse which he was riding falling on him, and having never fully recovered from that injury, the endurance, uncertain hours, loss of rest, and night drives which a country practitioner is called upon to give the people he serves--oftentimes without compensation or even gratitude--had become too strenuous for him and necessitated a change to a different line in his profession. In the Marshfield clinic his part will be nearly all office practice. We are pleased to note that Dr. Schwarz is locating in a nearby city, where his professional attention may yet be had in consultation or at the clinic for an extra large circle of friends here. The question is often asked: "and what about a doctor for Humbird!" Dr. Schwarz has made every possible effort to secure someone to take his practice here, but to date has not been successful. For the present we shall have to depend on outside practitioners, or return to the old "yarbs" and "grin and bear it" method of treatment.
(Follow on Notes)
----Source: Humbird Enterprise (Humbird, Clark Co., Wis.) 04/15/1944
Dr. Schwarz to Return
While in the village last week Dr. S. G. Schwarz purchased Mrs. Mary Babler’s residence property and the lots on the corner, where the barn is located of John Benish. The doctor will resume his practice here, and he and Mrs. Schwarz expect to return from Berrien Springs, Mich., next week.
----Source: Humbird Enterprise (Humbird, Clark Co., Wis.) 04/2/1944
Dr. and Mrs. S. G. Schwarz arrived from Berrien Springs, Mich., last Sunday, their son, Robert driving through with them. Robert left the same night, as he is reporting for army service. Their van load of household goods arrived the next morning, and Dr. and Mrs. Schwarz are getting nicely settled in the home which they purchased from Mrs. Mary Babler. Dr. Schwarz disposed of his property at Berrien Springs before leaving that city. All join in welcoming them back to our midst.
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