News: Humbird (12 Mar 1970)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Phillips, Stuve, Martin, Smith, Laffe, Dignin, Newton, Jenswold, Tubbs, Morgan, Zimmerman, Jacobs, Sloan, Scholtze, Perry, Trewyn, Lund, Lang, Laffe, Iffland, Duerkop, Gerber, Fitzmaurice, Lightfoot, Short, Plowman, Martin, Rhodes, Markham, Rajcic, Theiler, Hansen, Prock, Helwig
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 3/12/1970
Humbird (12 March 1970)
Don Phillips and mother, Mrs. Irene Phillips, of Goshen, Ind., left fort their home Saturday morning. Mrs. Phillips had been here for more than a week at the Raymond Stuve home.
Mmes. Margaret martin, Edith Smith, Eva Laffe, Kate Dignin, Maude Newton, Laura Dignin and Mary Jenswold attended the World Day of Prayer service in Fairchild Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jess Tubbs of Eau Claire called on Mrs. Beatrice Stuve and Mrs. Laura Dignin Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Don Morgan and bay of Sparta celled Sunday at the Edwin Zimmerman and Newton homes.
Mrs. Lucille Jacobs and Mrs. Bernice Sloan of Ladysmith spent a few days last week with Mrs. Laura Dignin.
Mrs. Louie Scholtz was a hospital patient in Eau Claire several days last week.
Tom Perry of Virginia, Minn., visited briefly Saturday at the Cullen Dignin home. He also had visited his daughter in Vesper. Mrs. Armin Trewyn has been a hospital patient for a couple of weeks and is now improving.
Charles Lund of Milwaukee was a visitor here over the weekend.
Mrs. Dewey Lang is home from a stay of several days in the hospital and feels much better.
Mr and Mrs. Henry Laffe were in Neillsville Sunday afternoon to see his sister, Mrs. Mary Iffland.
Mrs. Elmer Duerkop and Mrs. Emma Gerber went to Milwaukee Friday to attend an A.R.C. convention and to visit friends until Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Levi Fitzmaurice and Mr. and Mrs. Jake Lightfoot were Neillsville business callers Friday.
The Clark County Male Chorus sang in St. John’s Church here Sunday.
Guests at the Raymond Stuve home Thursday were Mr. and Mrs. Howell Stuve and family of Owen, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Short, Wessington Springs, S. D., Mr. and Mrs. Harold Plowman of Wisconsin Rapids, and Mrs. Margaret Martin and son, Raymond.
Bill Rhodes of Pacifica, Calif., came Tuesday to spend until Sunday at the home of his sister, Mrs. Melvin Markham.
Mr. and Mrs. John Rajcic and family of Villa Park, Calif., who were called here by the death of her father, Manly Stuve, left for home Sunday after spending nearly a week with her mother.
Mrs. Emma Theiler was brought home Sunday from the Marshfield hospital. She has improved and stood the trip quite well.
Callers at the home of Mrs. Christine Hansen during the week were her sons, Leland of Granton and Bud of Neillsville. Monday her son-in-law, Harold Pock of Neillsville, called on her.
Dr. Karl Helwig flew here from Virginia, Minn., Thursday to attend the funeral of his uncle, Manly Stuve.
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