News: Humbird, Wis. Local (30 June 1934)
Contact: Crystal Wendt
Surnames: Hein, Sparkes, Crandell, Hart, Fowler, Vogel, Fradenburg, Stuve, Kretschmer, Graves, Brandstedter, Winner, Bunce, Olson, Harris, Garber, Eisenhart, Laffe, Haag, Perkins, Garman, Damman
----Sources: Humbird Enterprise (Humbird, Clark County, Wis.) Sat., 30 June 1934
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Hein left Saturday forenoon on their trip to Denver. A. L. Sparkes is carrying mail on route 1 during Mr. Hein’s vacation. G. N. Crandell made the trip for him Monday.
G. W. Hart and his grandson Vern left Monday on a camping and fishing expedition at Red Cedar.
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Fowler and Miss Alice returned from Minneapolis last Thursday, accompanied by their granddaughter, Winnifred Fowler, who will spent the summer weeks here. While in the city the folks saw the big parade of the Shriners, and also Mr. Fowler visited J. W. Vogel. He found Mr. Vogel quite well and assisting at the store part of the time.
One bottle Catsup, one jar mustard, both for 15 cents, at Tritsch’s I. G. A. Store, Friday and Sat. only.
Mrs. A. E. Fradenburg and Mrs. R. J. Stuve drove to Marshfield and Colby last Sunday to see some of the damage done by the wind storm Saturday afternoon. Several barns and sheds in that territory were blown down.
M. Kretschmer was at Madison a couple of days last week attending the undertaker’s state convention.
The track oiler of the Omaha railroad went east of Elroy Thursday, and through on the west bound track Sunday.
Miss Marion Graves, of Eau Claire, is a guest of Miss Zella Brandstedter. The young ladies are camping at the Hein home during their absence.
Paul Winner spent the last of the week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Grant Winner. He is at the head of the state employment bureau, directly under the secretary of labor, Frances Perkins from whom he received the appointment. Mr. Winner had been in St. Paul where he addressed a convention of the Minnesota employment agencies.
Notice- My office will be closed July 2nd, 3rd, and 4th. - F. M. Garman, Optometrist, Neillsville, Wis.
Hon. Theodore Damman, secretary of start, give this notice to auto owners: "A great number of automobile owners seem to be of the opinion that the license fees for the care they owned and licensed last year will be reduced on July1. We take this means of notifying them that there is no reduction in license fees on July 1, 1934. The special law passed by the 1933 legislature reducing the fees for automobiles on July 1, applied only to licensees for 1933, and those persons who are waiting until July 1 or later this year before getting their 1934 licenses will be obliged to pay the same fee that would have been collected *the rest of the column was unavailable at the time of transcribing.**
The board of review completed its labors Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Bunce and son Junior, of Eau Claire, were callers at C. P. Olson’s Monday evening.
Nick Harris and family, of Eau Claire, and Emil Garber and wife, of Altoona, spent Saturday and Sunday at Edwin Harris’, Roland and Muriel Harris returned home with them for a visit.
Miss Mamie Eisenhart, of Little Rock, Ark., visited from Thursday evening until Sunday evening with her father, Christ. Eisenhart. She is employed with the Western Union at Little Rock. It is twenty-seven years ago Miss Eisenhart left here, and twenty years since father and daughter have been together. Saturday Henry Laffe and his mother took Mr. Eisenhart and his daughter to North Bend to visit Mrs. Haag and family.
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