News: Humbird, Wis. Local (14 April 1934)
Contact: Crystal Wendt
Surnames: Hart, Stallard, Waters, Tritsch, Morrison, Rosolack, Sparkes, Kretschmer, Zerbel, Young
----Sources: Humbird Enterprise (Humbird, Clark County, Wis.) Sat., 14 April 1934
Mrs. R. A. Hart, who had her tonsils removed at the Krohn Clinic last week, was taken to the clinic again Tuesday owing to a hemorrhage in her throat. She is reported convalescing all right from the operation.
Last Friday B. J. Stallard was taken to the Luther Hospital in Eau Claire for treatment. The effects of the paralytic trouble have entirely disappeared; his present ailment is enlargement of the heart and a leakage. During Mr. Stallard’s illness, W. E. Waters is taking care of his insurance business.
F. A. Tritsch was a business caller at Eau Claire Monday.
Bert Morrison, of Butlerville, newly elected assessor of the town of Foster, was a caller at this office Tuesday.
A. C. Rosolack was taken to a hospital at Black River Falls last Friday and had a piece of tin removed from his neck. The piece was imbedded in his neck last October when he was injured by a dynamite explosion. It had worked down about two inches below the wound.
Messrs. Sparkes, Oelig, Newton, Flynn, and Winner were county seat visitors last Monday.
Mrs. Kretschemer has been visiting at Chippewa Falls.
Mrs. A. L. Sparkes and Miss Ida Zerbel entertained the members of the Royal Neighbors Wednesday afternoon.
E. G. Rosoalck and wife, and their son Max and family were down from Eau Claire to spend Sunday with the Rosolack families.
Beautiful snow! Did you ever see a prettier fall of snow than that which came from noon until about two o’clock Tuesday.
Card from Henry Young directs change of his address from Malta, Mont., to R. 1, Manetta, Wn.
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