News: Curtiss (24 Aug. 1900)
Contact: Duane Horn
Surnames: Dittmeier, Johnson, Sommers, Granskau,
Botter, Prang, Dewey, Olsen, Dahlberg, Lyons, Ostenson, Thayer,
Dahlberg, Peterson, Johnson, Rice, Tuttle, Jacobson, Armstrong,
Krom, Thompson, Sausenhaus, Pribbernow
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark
County, Wis.) 24 Aug. 1900
Miss Rosa Dittmeier went to Chippewa Falls Tuesday, where she will spend a week visiting friends and then go to Minneapolis to engage in the millinery business.
Miss Caroline Johnson and Willie Sommers were Abbotsford visitors Wednesday.
Rev. Granskau of Stanley, visited Jno. Botterand and family Tuesday.
Herman Prang, better known as "Gilhonley," who has been employed by Cy Dewey, resigned his position and is spending a few days at Curtiss.
Miss Helen Olsen went to Eau Claire Friday to take charge of a school.
Edith Dahlberg has returned from Neillsville.
Mrs. Lyons of Ringham Lake, Minn., is visiting her sister, Mrs. Thayer.
Ella Ostenson returned to Stanley Sunday.
O. A. Dahlberg and Alolph Peterson returned to Westboro Monday.
Ole Johnson visited with his parents over Sunday, returning to Stockton Monday morning.
Jas. Rice of Minneapolis, visited friends here a few days this week.
Miss Myrtle Tuttle of Colby, visited friends here over Sunday.
J. S. Jacobson returned from Ogdensburg with his family Monday and will make his home here.
S. M. Armstrong of Ashland, is here superintending the work of repairing the trestle at the coal Kilns.
Ben Krom shipped three carloads of stock to Chicago Sunday.
Gunda Thompson and Anna Sausenhaus returned from Neillsville Monday, where they have been attending the institute.
Albert Pribbernow has bought a new separator and is prepared to do all kind of threshing.
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