News: Curtiss, Wis. (May
Contact: R. Lipprandt
Surnames: Aldinger, Becken, Blank, Burtart, Cornelius, Fahrenback, Fortier, Giebel, Glasly, Henlich, Hoff, Issacson, Klessig, Lapp, Lupient, Marquardt, Sturner, Thieme, Virch, Voigtlander, Williams, Yanke, Young
----Source: The Curtiss Advance, (Curtiss, Clark County, Wisconsin) Wednesday, May 7, 1924
ALDINGER & KLESSIG DELIVERS NEW CARS
The following new cars were delivered by Aldinger and Klessig during the last week. A pretty good record we’ll say.
A. J. Henlich, a Ford Coupe
Harry Williams, a Ford Touring
William Glasly, a Ford Touring
Henry Voighlander, a Ford Coupe
John P. Burtart, a Ford Roadster
Holver Becken, a Ford Touring
Hobert Sturner, a Cheverolet Coupe
An Essex Coach, 1923 model will be sold to the highest bidder Monday, May 12, 1924. Time of the sale 8:00 P.M. at the H. J. Cornelius Auto Co., Cash or Terms
LOCAL AND PERSONAL ITEMS
Miss Ellen Young of Black River Falls, is a guest of Miss Violet Giebel this week.
Herbert Yanke and family of Holway and Otto Yanke of Little Black were Curtiss visitors Sunday evening.
Hobart Sturner is diving a new Chevrolet Coupe.
Miss Emma Virch went to Green Bay Sunday.
Walter Fortier left for Powers, Michigan last week.
A number of young people spent Sunday evening at the Fred Thieme home.
Miss Almeda Blank spent the week end at her home in Thorp. She was accompanied by Alta Lupient, Myrtle Hoff, Vivian Marquardt, and Minnie Fahrenback.
Miss Truvia Blank and Elmer Issacson of Thorp spent Sunday evening in Curtiss.
Miss Vera Lapp of Milwaukee spent a few days of last week with her sister, Mrs. J. V. Sturner.
Re: News: Curtiss, Wis. (May 7, 1924)
Contact: Lynn Aldinger Narret
Does anyone have any information about the Aldinger/Klessig Ford dealership? I believe the Aldinger was Henry Aldinger - my fathers uncle.
Lynn Aldinger Narret
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