News: Humbird (15 Jun 1972)

Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon

Surnames: Barr, Zerbel, Matti, Armentrout, Markham, Green, Stuve, Barkley, Johnson, Barnowski, Polege, Kyllonen, Raymond

----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co, WI) 6/15/1972

Humbird (15 June 1972)

Strawberry time! Several of the strawberry growers are reporting picking several quarts. The frost this last week though has probably taken some of them.

The auction sale sponsored by the Men’s Club was well attended and around $300 was cleared, which will be used for the upkeep of the Community hall. Friday the admitters club will be meeting there.

Fire Saturday destroyed some of the buildings on the Fred Barr farm, now owned by another family.

Mrs. Frieda Zerbel spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Matti.

Mrs. Nancy Armentrout and son, Peter, of South San Francisco came Saturday to spend two weeks with her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Markham.

Mr. and Mrs. Neil Green of Curtis called Friday on Mrs. Beatrice Stuve. John Stuve of Owen came with them for a ride. Last Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Barkley of Eau Claire called on Mrs. Stuve.

A really welcome rain came Sunday night to freshen things up. It was getting very dry.

An enjoyable part of the worship service Sunday in the Methodist Church was the song service was given by the children who had attended Bible school of St. John’s and the Methodist churches.

Mr. and Mrs. Willis Johnson and family of Appleton and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Barnowski and boys of Wausau were weekend guests of their parents Mrs. Ted Polege.

Mrs. Carl Kyllonen and daughter, while visiting friends in Minnesota, were recent callers at the Al Raymond home in St. Cloud, Mn. Mr and Mrs. Raymond are in their usual health and enjoying their home.



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