News: Humbird, Wis. Local (18 May 1935)
Contact:  Crystal Wendt
Email: crystal@wiclarkcountyhistory.org

Surnames: Murry, Vinton, Head, Bagley, Creviston, Gordon, King, Smith, Hein, Theilder, Aebersold, Hemmy, Stuve

----Sources: Humbird Enterprise (Humbird, Clark County, Wis.) Sat., 18 May 1935

Local Happenings

Mrs. Tilda Murry is numbered with the sick. Mrs. Vinton is caring for her.

H. D. Head dropped into our sanctum last Monday forenoon for a short visit. He spent a couple of weeks at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Bagley, of Neillsville, and since then has been looking after his farm. Although in his 84th year, Mr. Head often walks the distance from his farm to town and after transacting his business walks home.

The district meeting of the Heidelberg league will be held in the Evangelical and Reformed Church at Colby next Sunday. A group of young people of St. John’s Congregation are planning to attend, Rev. Weidler will accompany the group to Colby, so there will be no services in the Reformed Church next Sunday.

R. A. Creviston and family were in Eau Claire Monday afternoon.

Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Gordon arrived from Faribault, Minn., early Tuesday morning, called here by the death of Mrs. Gordon’s brother, Paul King.

Walter Smith and son Vernon drove a truck to Chicago last Thursday for the Cannning Co., taking a load of closing machines to the factory, and brining new machines for use in the season’s pack.

On account of the school play Friday evening, Henry Miller will not put on his show this weekend, but will have an excellent program for the following weekend.

W. F. Hein, Fred, Theiler, Wm. Aebersold and Howard Hemmy were at the Neillsville Tuesday as witnesses in a civil action in circuit court. The suit was a personal injury claim resulting from a car accident on highway 12, at the Aebersold and Theiler farms in the summer of 1929.

An alarm of fire was sent in from Frank Creviston’s Monday forenoon and several carloads went to give assistance. A chimney burning out was the cause of the fire. Some small damage was done mostly by smoke. Martin Stuve and family reside on the farm.

 

 


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