News: Humbird (25 Mar 1971)

Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon

Surnames: Fitzmaurice, Phillips, Allen, Wallace, Scholtze, Aeschbacher, Van Horn, Theiler, Tubbs, Trachsel, Smith, Kirby, Senske, Walker, Noyes, Bailey, Winscher, Pickett, Tande, Jahn, Blom, Dignin, Sieg, Burnett, Newton, Joos, Wheeler, Schenk, Zerbel, Losey, Markham, Newell, Smith, Rupnow, Van Kirk

----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co, WI) 3/25/1971

Humbird (25 March 1971)

Mr. and Mrs. Dick Fitzmaurice and family came Friday and will be here for a week with the home folks before returning to their home in Cavour, S.D.

John Phillips took Art Allen to Madison Tuesday where Mr. Allen had his eyes checked at the Veterans Hospital.

The Happy Hour Homemakers met Thursday at the home of Mrs. Daniel Wallace. Leone Scholtze gave the lesson on food buying.

Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Aeschbacher entertained at a belated birthday party Sunday evening in honor the birthdays of Mr. Aeschbacher and Mrs. Kate Van Horn. The evening was spent visiting and playing “500”. Lunch was served by Mrs. Aeschbacher.

Mr. and Mrs. William Theiler drove to Eau Claire Sunday to spend the afternoon with his sister, Mrs. Lena Tubbs.

Mr. and Mrs. Dick Trachsel and family of Rochester, Ia., spent the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Millie Trachsel and other home folks.

David Smith of St. Cloud, Minn., has been spending a week with his aunt, Mrs. Millie Trachsel.

Guests at the Archie Kirby home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Everett Senske and two boys, Mr. and Mrs. Burvil Walker and Mike Kirby, all of St. Paul, and Mrs. Marion Seelow and Kathy of Milwaukee, in honor of Mr. Kirby’s birthday.

Ed Noyes of Eau Claire came Monday afternoon to take Mr. and Mrs. Chet Bailey to his home. Mr. Bailey was to have eye surgery Wednesday.

Mrs. Huldah Winscher was taken to the Neillsville Memorial Hospital Friday evening, very ill.

Mr and Mrs. Perle Pickett, with Mrs. Clara Tande of Alma Center were supper guests Monday at the Adolph Jahn home in Alma Center.

Mrs. Gil Blom of Price was here Wednesday to call on Mrs. Laura Dignin and also at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Sieg.

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Burnett and family of Hixton spent Friday afternoon at the Perle Pickett home.

Mrs. Maude Newton was a dinner guest Sunday at the Thane Joos home in Alma Center in honor of Mrs. Joos’ birthday. Later in the afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. Joos and Mrs. Newton called at the Willard Newton home in Alma Center.

Visitors Saturday at the Perle Pickett home were Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Burnett and family.

Mrs. Wheeler was released from the hospital Tuesday and is now resting quite well at her home.

Mrs. Max Schenk of Fairchild spent Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Freida Zerbel.

Harold Losey and Rolla Sieg of Fairchild joined Melvin Markham Saturday to help paint the interior of the Masonic Temple with Bernard Sieg, who had the equipment to paint high ceilings. The work was finished in one day.

Sunday a snowmobile party was enjoyed by some of our local folks, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Newell and Virgil, Mr. and Mr. Orville Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Rupnow, Mr and Mrs. Daniel Wallace and Mrs. DeWitt Van Kirk. The county park was their place to (a few words missing here).



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