News: Humbird - Locals (Dec. 26, 1931)

Contact:  Lani Bartelt

Surnames: Dignin, Andrus, Quinn, Crume, Hein, Stanley, Hart, Elger, Simons, Stanley

----Sources: Humbird Enterprise Newspaper (Humbird, Wis.) Dec. 26,1931

Saturday Mrs. T. J. Andrus had a telegram from New York state, stating that one of her half sisters was dead. The deceased was a sister of Mrs. Mary Quinn, who spent several weeks here a year ago last summer.

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Crume of Westby were visitors at the Hein and Stanley homes Monday. They were on the way home from a trip to Wautoma and Hancock.

After the holidays Hart & Son are planning to make several good changes in the interior of their store. The new arrangement will about double the customer floor space, and place the stock on a larger display. More of the Red & White lines will be carried after the remodeling.

Miss Minola Elger, who is keeping house for her sister, Mrs. Cummings, at Ingram, is here to spend the holidays with her father.

The railroad pensioners have received notice of a big reduction in the amount of their checks, effective at once.

Miss Edith Simons is home from Madison, spending her holiday vacation at the home of her brother.

Loyd (Lloyd) Stanley, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Stanley of Altoona, graduated from university of Minnesota last Thursday.



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