News: Curtiss, Wis. (25
Surnames: Hake, Culbertson, Siefert, Pudlas, Archambo, Moecker, Lupient, Bartell, Stockmeyer, Kraut, Mandel, Zuelke, Hoff, Gilbertson, Meyers, Fricke, Kniess, Erickson, Thompson, Hanson, Stacke, Schulz, Tonn, Buss, Zelinski, Lokken, Monahan, Koerner, Thompson, Borreson, Marking, Geary, Gordon, Frane
----Sources: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) 06/25/1942
Curtiss - June 25, 1942
Mrs. A. Hake of Green Grove attended a Bible Students’ convention in Lake Mills over last week-end.
Mrs. Harvey Culbertson and Mrs. Julius Siefert of Appleton visited with their sister, Mrs. Fred Pudlas, and family while here for the funeral of Mr. and Mrs. Xavier Archambo on Friday.
Donald Moecker, who has spent the past two weeks with his grandmother, Mrs. Frank Lupient, returned to his home at Pardeville Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Bartell and daughter and the former’s father of Milwaukee visited Mrs. Bartell’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Stockmeyer, the past week.
Donald Kraut, who has been stationed at Ft. Robinson, Ark., since his induction into the U.S. army in April, phoned his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kraut on Monday P.M. saying he had just arrived in Massachusetts but did not know how long he would be there or where he would be sent.
Miss Marie Kraut and Mrs. Harry Mandel of Unity left on Monday for Madison to visit the former’s sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Zuelke.
Miss Myrtle Hoff of Marshfield and Harley Hoff of Wausau spent the week-end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Hoff.
Ingman Gilbertson and son of Fond du Lac visited his mother, Mrs. Mattia Gilbertson the first of the week.
Herbert Meyers, Sr., and Paul Fricke left Tuesday on a fishing trip north of Phillips.
Loraine Kniess of Wausau spent the week-end at the home of her sister, Mrs. Theo. Frane, and family.
Ethel Erickson of Eau Claire spent the week-end at her home. She was accompanied back by Mary Thompson who will spend a few days with her.
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Hanson and daughters of Junction City spent the week-end with the latter’s mother, Mrs. Frank Lupient, and sisters, Miss Marion Lupient.
Mrs. Augusta Stacke received a letter from her son, Walter Stacke, who is with the U.S. armed forces, saying that he was in Australia. The letter was written on May 4 and got here June 15. He says he is feeling fine and they are being treated fine, that Australia is a great country and he knows he will come out all right. He asks friends to write him. His address is: ASM-36-028907, No. 10th Evacuation Hospital, Base APO, 1117, % Postmaster, San Francisco, Calif.
Miss Bertha Schulz of Milwaukee visited her sister and brother in law, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Tonn this week.
Mrs. A. Hake, Green Grove, left Saturday for Lake Mills to attend a Bible students convention there Sunday.
Herbert Buss and sister, Martha Buss, spent the past week at Green Bay and Shawano.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Zelinski of Holcombe visited Saturday with the latter’s brother and sister in law, Mr. and Mrs. John Lokken. Mrs. Zelinski’s mother, Mrs. Tena Lokken, returned home with them to spend the summer.
Mrs. Margaret Monahan, Duluth, Minn., visited Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Koerner last week.
Miss Thea Thompson and Miss Alma Thompson left Sunday for Milwaukee, where they will attend summer school.
The Rev. G. E. Borreson, Mildred Thompson, Norma Erickson, Betty Geary, Eunice Gordon, and Harriet Marking and Betty Ann Froland, left Sunday afternoon for a week’s outing at the Chetek Bible Camp, which is owned and operated by the Eau Claire Circuit of the Lutheran church.
Miss Minnie Thompson, teacher in Milwaukee, arrived home Tuesday to spend her vacation with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Frane, and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schultz of Minneapolis, arrived here Sunday evening for a short visit with his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Tonn. Mr. Schultz has been an instructor at the University of Minnesota the past several years and has now accepted a position at South Dakota State College, at Brookings, S. Dak.
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