News: Curtiss, Wis. (14
Surnames: House, Zelinski, Lokken, Hawks, Stacke, Fahrenbach, Jakel, Peterson, Thompson, Green, Erickson, Hoff, McCorrison, Borreson, Frome, Aschebroch
----Sources: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) 09/14/1944
Curtiss - Sept. 14, 1944
Mrs. Henry House was hostess to the Ladies’ Aid of the Evangelical and Reformed church on Wednesday, Sept. 13th.
Mrs. Edward Zelinksi and daughter of Holcomb visited at the John Lokken and Allen Hawks homes on Thursday.
Sgt. Walter Stacke, who has been on duty in Australia and the South Pacific the past two years, was expected home on furlough last week. When he reached Chicago he was taken ill and is now at a hospital suffering from an attack of diphtheria.
Misses Evelyn Fahrenbach and Loraine Jakel, who teach at Edgar, spent the week-end with their parents here.
Kathryn Peterson left on Monday for Stevens Point and Mary Thompson for LaCrosse, Wisconsin, where they will attend the State Teachers College in each city.
Robert Green of LaCrosse spent the week-end with his mother, Mrs. Minnie Green.
Ensign John Erickson left on Sunday for San Francisco after a ten day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Erickson.
Miss Ruth Green, R.N., returned to her duties at Luther Hospital, Eau Claire, after a month’s vacation with her mother, Mrs. Minnie Green.
Miss Myrtle Hoff spent Saturday at Marshfield with her sister, Mrs. Jack McCorrison and family.
Rev. G. E. Borreson left on Tuesday to attend the Northwestern Conference of Lutheran pastors at Camp Bethany Lake Tainter near Colfax.
The pupils of the Curtiss school had a holiday on Monday while the teachers assisted in the gas rationing.
Ted Frome and Henry Aschebroch, who spent the past three weeks in North Dakota, returned home on Saturday.
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