News: Curtiss, Wis. (29 Sept. 1900)
Contact: Duane Horn
Lorenger, Virch, Shroeder, Miller, Patitz, Fink, Smith, Black,
Wilms, Theime, Olsen, Zausenhaus, Dahlberg, Lucken, Johnson,
Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark County, Wis.) 29 Sept.
Mary and Lena Lorenger are visiting in Unity.
A. N. Virch made a business trip to Medford Monday.
Frank Shroeder went to Westboro Tuesday, to work in the woods.
John Miller, Geo. Patitz and Will Fink went to Chippewa Falls Tuesday.
Albert Smith won the auto-harp that was raffled Tuesday.
Annie Black will leave this week for Neillsville, where she will attend school.
Mr. Wilms of Colby, called on his "friend" Sunday.
Otto Theime gave a party to his many friends Sunday, in honor of his twenty-first birthday.
Eddie Olsen has returned from Minnesota.
Mr. Zausenhaus went to Neillsville on business Friday.
John Olsen opened up a new grocery story near the postoffice Monday.
O. A. Dahlberg and Thorwald Lucken returned to Westboro after spending Sunday in Curtiss.
Hattie Dahlberg came home from Westboro Monday and returned Saturday.
Geo. Johnson spent Sunday with his parents, returning to Stockton Monday, to resume his duties on the boarding train.
Al Tarbell, who has been threshing in Minnesota, is home again.
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