News: Humbird (13 Aug 1970)

Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon

Surnames: Konwinski, Dignin, Stuve, Enerson, Matti, Wendt, Losey, Laffe, Hart, Peterson, Gorst, Markham, Newton, Fitzmaurice, Whyte, Duerkop, Reineck, Haag, Shara, Lightfoot, Greub, Kirby, Walker, Trachsel, Martin, Field, Morgan, Russell, Nelson, Huxsahl, Joos, Elmer, Adler, Fees, Blom, Jeffery, Hein, McLaughlin, Bollom, Bailey, Burkhalter, Keller, Olson, Davis, Duxbury, Hanson, Tubbs, Austin, Barkley, Johnson, Sieg, Creviston, Jackson, Hansen, Anderson, Harandan, Wahl, Zimmerman, Horn, Pickett, Lien, Phillips, Williamson

----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co, WI) 8/13/1970

Humbird (13 August 1970)

Mr. and Mrs. Allen Konwinski and two children of Chicago were guests from Saturday evening until Sunday night at the Cullen Dignin home.

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stuve were guests Friday afternoon at the Howell Stuve home in Owen. Their nephew, Gordon Stuve, who lives in Mexico, was home on a visit.

Mrs. Kenneth Enerson of Hatfield called at the Arnold Matti home Sunday.

Mrs. Charles Wendt of Eau Claire, Mrs. Harold Losey of Fairchild and Mrs. Raymond Stuve spent Tuesday evening with Mrs. Henry Laffe.

Mr. and Mrs. Garald Hart of Neillsville and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hart of Faribault, Minn., spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Cullen Dignin.

Lloyd Peterson received word Thursday that his father had died suddenly in a nursing home in Eau Claire.

Mrs. Harriette Gorst entertained Friday evening at a croquet party. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Losey of Fairchild, Mr. and Mrs. Mel Markham, Maude Newton and Eva Laffe.

Mr. and Mrs. Levi Fitzmaurice and guests, Mr. and Mrs. George Whyte of Chilliwack, British Columbia, were supper guests Thursday night at the Bob Fitzmaurice home in Augusta.

Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Duerkop and Alton, and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Reineck and Penny of Alma Center, attended the graduation of their son, Jim, in La Crosse Friday evening.

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Laffe were late afternoon visitors Sunday at the home of her sister, Mrs. Emma Haag, in rural Melrose.

Mr. and Mrs. George Whyte left Friday for their home in British Columbia, Canada. They will visit her sister and his relatives in Manitoba on their way home.

Mrs. Claire Enerson of North Branch spent Saturday afternoon with her mother, Mrs. Arnold Matti.

Mr. and Mrs. Emil Shara, of Wisconsin Rapids were guests from Friday until Sunday of her sister, Mrs. Jake Lightfoot.

Mr. and Mrs. John Greub called Sunday evening at the Levi Fitzmaurice home.

Dinner guests Sunday at the Archie Kirby home were Mr. and Mrs. Bud Walker of Fairchild.

Mr. and Mrs. Dick Trachsel and boys of Rochester, Minn., were weekend guests of his mother, Mrs. Mildred Trachsel and visited his brother, Jim, and family. The boys remained with their grandmother for a longer visit.

Mrs. Lyle Martin came home Saturday from the Marshfield hospital and is feeling much better.

A family picnic was held Sunday in the park and at the Newton home. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Field of Millston, Mr. and Mrs. Don Morgan and Becky of Richland Center, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morgan and two friends and Mrs. Frances Russell and Holly of Sparta, Mrs. Helene Nelson of Eau Claire, Mrs. Bob Huxsahl and four children of La Crosse, and Mr. and Mrs. Thane Joos, Karen, David and Jane of Alma Center.

Mr. and Mrs. Dick Trachsel of Rochester, Minn., visited Sunday afternoon at the A. L. Kirby home.

Mr. and Mrs. Al Elmer of New Glarus visited last weekend at the home of Mrs. Millie Trachsel.

Cyrell Adler of Rockford, Ill. came Saturday to take his father Herb Adler, home with him for a visit. He will also visit other members of his family for a week. During his absence Mrs. Charley Fees will take care of the store.

Mr. and Mrs. William Dignin left Sunday for their home in Nova, Ia., after a visit with his mother, Mrs. Laura Dignin, and other relatives here, and his sister, Mrs. Gil Blom, in Price.

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jeffery and son, Jim, and family of Scott City, Kans., came last week. The Roy Jefferys will visit at the W. F. Hein home and Jim and family at the Gay McLaughlin home in New London, where a family reunion was held last Sunday. Roy and Jim will visit for a week and their wives will remain for a longer visit.

Mrs. Maude Bollom returned to her home in Altoona Sunday after spending several days at the Chester Bailey home.

Mrs. Walter Burkhalter and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Keller and baby of Rockford were weekend guests of Mrs. Albert Olson.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Davis of Janesville were dinner guests Thursday at the home of his sister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Leland Duxbury.

Miss Agnes Hanson and a friend from Beloit were supper guests Friday of Mrs. Albert Olson.

A very enjoyable meeting of the Tubbs clan was held Saturday evening in the park. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Bert Tubbs, Union Grove; Mr. and Mrs. Dale Austin and family, Beloit; Mr. and Mrs. Byrl Barkley and Sharon, Milwaukee; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Barkley of Eau Claire; Mr. and Mrs. William Dignin, Nova, Ia.; Mr. and Mrs. Don Johnson and Kathy, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Tubbs and Mrs. Lena Tubbs, all of Eau Claire; Mrs. Laura Dignin, Mrs. Beatrice Stuve, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Sieg, Jill and Jeff, Alma Center; Mr. and Mrs. Gil Blom, of Price; and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Creviston of Downeyville, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Laffe of Fairchild called on the group in the park.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jackson and Marilyn of Greenwood visited Sunday at the home of Mrs. Christine Hansen. During the week Mrs. Melvin Anderson, London, Mrs. Winnifred Harandan, Waukesha, and Mrs. Don Wahl of Rio were callers.

Mrs. Alan Zimmerman and baby of Fairchild and Karen Horn of Rockford, Ill., were dinner guess Saturday of Mrs. Albert Olson.

Mr and Mrs. Leland Duxbury were La Crosse and Winona visitors Friday.

Mrs. Olga Nelson and her sons, Maynard, Kenneth and Odell, were Jackson County Fair-goers Sunday.

Mr and Mrs. Perle Pickett enjoyed a picnic dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Lein of Hanover, Ill., at Hatfield Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. John Phillips and Marion were overnight guests of friends in Wisconsin Rapids Friday to celebrate their 33rd wedding anniversary and to see their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Williamson, before they left for their home in Mountainview, Calif.



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