News: Curtiss, Wis. (December 5, 1923)
Contact: R. Lipprandt

Surnames: Augustine, Bahm, Ecke, Gadson, Geary, Gillette, Green, Harper, Hawks, Hengles, Herrick, Holiday, Hoverson, Klemetson, Klessig, Kohul, Marquardt, Olson, Paul, Ravey, Schroeder, Smith, Sturner, Williams

----Source: The Curtiss Advance, (Curtiss, Clark County, Wisconsin) Wednesday, December 5, 1923


Otto Olson brought a very large load of hay to Curtiss Tuesday.

Dr. Holiday was in town Tuesday a few hours and took dinner at H. W. Gillettes while here.

Frank Bahm was a business caller in Curtiss Tuesday.

The Curtiss Manufacturing Co. had a meeting Monday evening at the village hall for the purpose of arraigning money matters concerning the company.

F. A. Ecke went out to Albert Augustines to do some butchering.

Mrs. O. A. Sturner is back on the job again after a weeks sojourn out of town. The store is lonesome without her.

Charlie Paul was loading a car of bailed hay at Curtiss Monday for J. V. Sturner.

Stacy Green left Monday P.M. for Ashland to attend his duties of the music staff of Northland College of which he is a member.

A big idea needs few clothes, so get a big idea and have your hair cut and face shaved, uncover the big idea.

Mr. and Mrs. John Gadson, Mrs. And Mrs. Geo. Harper and Mrs. and Mrs. E. Kohul all of Marshfield were at Louis Hengles over Thanksgiving.

Louis Schroeder will load his car for Apple Creek to move there this week. Mr. Schroeder has rented a blacksmith shop there and it is a good proposition. We join in wishing him success in his new place.

The community meeting was not as well attended as previous nights. The smallness of the crowd can be attributed to the bad weather.

Headaches, coated tongue, sour stomach, no appitite, bad breath, pimples, clogged bowels - Ugh! These are nature’s danger signals - remove the cause, eleminate, the poinson from the Liver, Kidneys and Bowels - HOLLISTER’S ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA will do the job. A. O Sturner

Albert and Frank Smith were in Curtiss Friday shopping.

Mr. Herrick of near Pacwaukee arrived this morning to visit his daughter, Mrs. C. H. Ravy and son, Grant Herrick.

Harold Geary was in Curtiss Saturday on Business.

Oscar Hoverson was in Curtiss Saturday shopping.

We had out streets smoothed down for winter Saturday. I sure helps.

Mr. and Mrs. Ira Hawks were Curtiss callers Saturday. Mrs. was giving music lessons here.

Will Williams has the wall up of another new house in Curtiss and still one more yet will go up or start to go up. Curtiss is growing a little.

Mr. and Mrs. Christ Klessig and family spent Thanksgiving Day at the Herman Marquardt home.

Mr. and Mrs. Morris Klemetson and family visited at the Frank Seliszik home Thursday evening.

Mr. and Mrs. Otto Olson and family spent Thanksgiving with friends at Abbotsford, Wis.



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