News: Humbird (15 Nov 1973)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Elger, Matti, Greub, Staves, Laffe, Wold, Iffland, Newell, Enerson, Johnson, Laude, Jahn, Gerber, Christen, Adler, Gorst, Holub, Fitzmaurice, Smith, Nibbe, Dignin, Hein, Polege, Newton, Schribe
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 11/15/1973
Humbird (15 November 1973)
Dark, dreary, but warmer, that’s November and it’s nearly half gone. December is just around the corner.
One bit of good news: Paul Elger is improving and with the aid of a cane and walker, and his own determination, went to call on their near neighbors, the Arnold Matti’s.
Another bit: John Greub, though still in the hospital, is coming along quite well and expects to be home soon.
Jim Staves is home from a Rochester, Mn. hospital and enjoyed a ride through the wooded area nearby with his mother.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Laffe were dinner guests Sunday of Mrs. Ina Wold and David in rural Black River Falls, helping to celebrate a birthday. In the afternoon they drove to Neillsville to see Mr. Laffe’s sister, Mrs. Mary Iffland, who has a fractured hip and is in Memorial Home.
Mrs. Gordon Staves and two daughters came Thursday to stay until Sunday afternoon with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Newell and at the Donald Staves home.
Mrs. Kenny Enerson and little son of Janesville called Sunday at the Arnold Matti home, and we hear that Mr. and Mrs. Matti will quietly celebrate their 45th wedding anniversary Thursday.
Dinner guests Sunday at the Oscar Johnson home at Taylor were Mrs. Clara Laude and Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Jahn of Alma Center, Mrs. Emma Gerber and Art Christen.
Herb Adler has been spending a few days in his home area.
Mrs. John Greub spent Sunday with her husband in Eau Claire hospital.
Mrs. Pearl Johnson and Mrs. Harriette Gorst were in Eau Claire Wednesday.
Mrs. Ed Holub of rural Hatfield and her mother, Mrs. Geneva Fitzmaurice, were called to Rochester Thursday to be there when Mr. Fitzmaurice underwent major surgery. He is coming along as well as can be expected.
Mrs. Mattie Smith spent Thursday in the Bill Staves home helping her brother celebrate his birthday.
Mrs. Norman Nibbe of Hobart, In., came Saturday to spend a week with her mother, Mrs. Kate Dignin.
Word has been received here that Mrs. Kirty Hein is seriously ill with pneumonia and is in a hospital in Scott City, Ks.
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Polege are spending a few days at the Willis Johnson home in Appleton, while Mr. and Mrs. Johnson are on a trip to California.
Wednesday, with Henry Laffe as the driver, Mrs. Laffe, Maude Newton and Kate Dignin were in Eau Claire, where the ladies purchased articles for the American Legion Auxiliary Christmas box for Wood Hospital.
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