News: Humbird, Wis. (19 Oct 1946)


Contact: Stan


Surnames: Moore, Rosolack, Winscher, Christen, Young, Woodford, Patey, Staves, Rundle Shute


----Source: Humbird Enterprise (Humbird, Clark Co., Wis.) 10/19/1946


The Frank Moore family of B.R. Falls, and Mr. and Mrs. R.F. Rosolack of Eau Claire, Sundayed in the village.


Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rundle were visitors one day the last of the week with Mr. and Mrs. F.A. Shute in Altoona.  Mr. Rundle reports that Mr. Shute is quite feeble.


The house mover was busy here this week.  The Chas. Winscher house was moved from Nettleton’s Corners to the lots south of Fred Christen’s residence.  The move was made between breakfast and dinner without disturbing the family.  The Pickett warehouse was moved from the railroad right of way to the Henry Young lots where it will be converted into a house.


Mrs. Carrie Woodford spent the weekend in Green Bay.


Syd G. Patey of Neillsville was a caller in town Wednesday.  He and Mrs. Patey had just returned from Appleton, where they attended the 108th convention of the Congregational Church.  Mr. Patey was a delegate and met many old friends at the convention.


Donald, 10-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Staves of Cleveland was run over by a wagon on the farm and seriously injured.  He is at the Neillsville Hospital.



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