News: Curtiss, Wis. (25 Apr. 1912)
Surnames: Pribbernow, Williams, Koerner, Green, Kraut, Klessig, Olson, Cox, Machlett, Wachsmuth, Karsten, Nagle, Hoge, Jantz, Kluve
----Source: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) 25 Apr 1912
Curtiss, Wis. - Apr. 25, 1912
A. Pribbernow finished the sawing of his logs Saturday.
Tom Williams is now doing carpenter work for Morris Koerner.
Mrs. Ben Green visited her husband at the Marshfield, Wisconsin Hospital, Friday.
Frank Kraut, Christ Klessig and Julius Olson were Abbotsford visitors Monday.
Mrs. J. Cox of Sheldon is now visiting here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Machlett.
Mrs. Wachsmuth, Mrs. Karsten, Mrs. Nagle and daughter Esther were Colby visitors last Thursday.
Mrs. John Hoge and daughter Leona visited at the home of Julius Jantz in Abbotsford, last Thursday.
August Kluve opened his meat market, last Saturday, to the waiting public. All roads now lead to the meat market.
A dance will be given by the Blue Ribbon Six, at Boehm’s Opera House, Saturday evening, April 27th. Music by the Olympia orchestra from Kaukauna, Wisconsin.
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