News: Curtiss, Wis. (November 21, 1923)
Contact: R. Lipprandt
Surnames: Baker, Bauer, Blank, Bulgrint, Crom, Gussie, Harsten, Herrick, Hoff, Honsay, Marquardt, Moore, Morris, Mundt, Patitz, Potter, Pudlas, Ravy, Schroeder, Smith, Stocky, Sturner, Thieme, Williams
----Source: The Curtiss Advance, (Curtiss, Clark County, Wisconsin) Wednesday, November 21, 1923
LOCAL AND PERSONAL ITEMS
Lewis Crom spent Sunday at the Louis Schroeder home.
Miss Mae Smith spent Sunday at her home.
Louis Schroeder drove to Owen on business Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Marquardt drove to Colby on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Mundt spent Monday in Owen.
C. H. Ravy went to Neillsville Tuesday to attend the County Board meeting.
Carl Gussie shot a bear Thursday at Black River.
Mrs. Ernest Thieme is receiving a visit from a cousin, Mrs. Honsay of Sheboygan.
KILL A COLD QUICK - Take Hollister’s Rocky Mountain Tea, steaming hot, at bedtime. Your cold will be broken up by morning. O.A. Sturner.
Ben Herrick visited his sister, Mrs. C. H. Ravy and brother Grant Herrick the past week. He was en-route from Superior to Montello.
George Hoff made a business trip to Dorchester this week.
Miss Margaret Bauer spent the week end with her parents.
Mrs. Bertha Patitiz of Colby visited at the home of her niece, Mrs. F. Pudlas the first of the week.
Alvin Thieme, Alfred and Harry Harsten and Mr. Stocky went North Sunday to hunt deer for a few days.
Viola Schroeder and Gladys Sturner were Owen callers Thursday.
Mrs. Frank Moore returned to Ingram Thursday.
Mrs. Baker of Colby visited Mrs. Henry Machlett Wednesday.
Miss Effie Williams visited at the Bulgrint home in Midway one evening this week.
Miss Gena Honstad spent the week end at her home in Stanley.
Miss Marie Potter spent the week end with her brother and family at Greenwood.
Miss Almeda Blank was an over Sunday visitor at the R. W. Morris home at Merrill.
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