News: Humbird (20 Apr 1972)

Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon

Surnames: Wilson, Matti, Washburn, O’Leary, Gearing, Fitzmaurice, Klouver, Olson, Hollman, Duerkop, Collins, Shirley, Polege, Baumgartner, Rupnow, Lang, Laffe, Schlei, Fees, Enerson, Kopp, Dignin, Sieg, Newton, Bailey Nelson, Schneider, Hein, Dunn, Aeschbacher, Pickett, Hazelett, Gerber, Zerbel, Newell, Sparkes, Greub, Theiler, Smith

----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co, WI) 4/20/1972

Humbird (20 April 1972)

Harry Wilson of Eau Claire spent Sunday afternoon at the Arnold Matti home and on the way home stopped in Augusta to call at the Roy Washburn home.

Mrs. Emma O’Leary was taken to the Black River Falls hospital for treatment Sunday morning.

Mr. and Mrs. Will Gearing of Beloit called at the Levi Fitzmaurice home Saturday evening. They had been at Black River Falls to attend the funeral of his mother, Mrs. Frank Gearing.

Mrs. Jim Klouver and girls of Rockford, Il, spent Saturday and Sunday with her grandmother, Mrs. Johanna Olson. Sunday Mrs. Olson and her guests were dinner and supper guests at the Ernest Olson home. Mrs. Klouver and the girls returned to Rockford Monday.

Mrs. Ida Holman of Osseo was a weekend guest at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Duerkop.

Jean Collins was taken to the Neillsville hospital Tuesday, for treatment.

Wedding bells rang Saturday for Kitty Shirley and Louie Polege who were married in the Little Brown Church in Iowa. A reception was held at a club house near Black River Falls.

Mrs. Laura Baumgartner and Mrs. Johanna Olson spent Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Fred Rupnow.

Mr and Mrs. Dewey Lang and Craig were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Duerkop. Sunday evening the Langs, accompanied by Mrs. Duerkop, drove to Eau Claire to attend a concert in which Alton Duerkop had a part.

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Laffe spent the weekend in Green Bay at the home of her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Schlei.

Charley Fees entered the Neillsville hospital Wednesday and underwent surgery Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Fitzmaurice and Art Walker, was weekend visitors at the home of the Fitzmaurice’s daughter, Caroline, in Kenosha.

Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Matti were in Alma Center Saturday afternoon to see the new Enerson home.

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kopp and family drove to Glenwood City Sunday to spend the day with her brother, Alton O’Leary, and his family.

Friday Mrs. Laura Dignin, Mrs. Joy Sieg, Mrs. Maude Newton, Mrs. Kate Dignin and Mrs. Bernice Bailey drove to Eau Claire to attend the spring conference meeting of the W.S.C.S.

Mrs. Helene Nelson and Mrs. Hilda Schneider of Eau Claire spent Sunday afternoon at the Newton home.

Mrs. Geneva Fitzmaurice came home Wednesday from the hospital and is convalescing quite well.

Col. and Mrs. Neil Hein came Saturday afternoon from Chipita Park, Co, to spend about 10 days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Hein. They drove their car here on account of poor flying weather.

Mr. and Mrs. Truman Dunn of Beloit came Saturday to stay until Sunday afternoon at the home of his sister, Mrs. Rudy Aeschbacher.

Mr. and Mrs. Perle Pickett and Charley Fees came home last Tuesday from Cottonwood, S. D. where they had been visiting and working in the home of Mrs. Margery Hazelett.

Thursday afternoon Mrs. Emma Gerber entertained Mmes. Freida Zerbel, Grace Newell, Ann Sparkes, Caroline Greub, Emma Theiler and Marie Smith, in honor of Mrs. Smith’s birthday.



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