News: Curtiss, Wis. (April 28, 1926)
Contact: R. Lipprandt
Surnames: Anderson, Ecke, Field, Johnson, Kraut, Larson, Lenser, Matthias, Olson, Ravy, Stephens, Tonn, Voight
----Source: The Curtiss Advance, (Curtiss, Clark Co., WI) Wednesday, April 28, 1926
Several Curtiss people attended the Junior Prom at Abbotsford Friday evening.
Miss Bertha Kraut was a Marshfield caller Monday afternoon.
Mr. Wm. Stephens went to Chippewa Falls Thursday to visit Mrs. Johnson at the hospital.
Harold Matthias, who is teaching at Butternut spent the week end with home folks.
Don’t forget that Friday afternoon, April 30th, the Helping Hand Society meet at the home of Mrs. Frank Lenser.
Jacob Johnson went to Chippewa Falls Saturday evening and accompanied his mother, Mrs. Karen Johnson home from the hospital, Sunday.
Miss Delia Ecke returned Tuesday evening from Sparta where she visited her sister, Mrs. Field for a few days.
Mrs. Otto Olson spent the week end at Chippewa Falls with her daughter Elda at the hospital.
Miss Hattie Tonn returned home Saturday from Antigo where she spent the past month with her sister, Mrs. E. Voight and children.
Gust. Anderson returned to Curtiss Monday evening after spending the past several months in Norway.
Miss Minnie Larson visited Sunday with home folks at Unity, Wis.
The twenty six letters of the English alphabet can be transposed 620,401,448,733,234,439,369 times. If you doubt it try and see how many different transpositions you can make.
On April 27th, near O & N lumber shed, a man’s brown leather purse containing about $41 in bills and silver. Anyone finding it and honest enough to return it to W. A. Ravy will receive $5 reward.
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