News: Curtiss, Wis. (7 Mar 1902)
Surnames: Simpson, Johnson, Peterson, Hickok, Tunks, Olson, Wachsmuth, Dittlemier
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 03/07/1902
Dr. Simpson has had good success since he came to Curtiss.
Ole Johnson has been suffering with scarlet fever but is now better.
Adolph Peterson and Willard Hickok are very busy loading bolts now days.
The Sunday school convention will be the 6, 7 and 8th of March. All try and be present at the convention.
Elery Tunks came from Justin Sunday and visited the Sunday school and also attended the church in the evening.
Mrs. A. Olson returned from North Dakota recently, where she and her son Willie have each taken a homestead.
Mr. H. (Herman) Walsmith’s (Wachsmidt/Wachsmuth) baby boy died Friday evening and it was taken to the Green Grove cemetery Sunday afternoon. We all sympathize with them over the death of their son. ***(Note: Mrs. Herman Wachsmuth was the former Ida Schauneman.
John Olson and wife left Saturday noon for Oregon to visit their daughter, Mrs. Thos. Hepworth Dixon, for a week or so and then will go on to Washington, where they will make their future home. Mr. and Mrs. Olson will be remembered by their many friends.
A. Dittlemier had an auction sale the 20th of Feb. and they departed for Idaho Friday noon, where they will make their future home. Hildegord left Wednesday for Chippewa, where she will join her parents Friday and go in Minneapolis, where they will stay until Saturday evening, and then they go to Idaho.
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