News: Curtiss, Wis. (April 9, 1930)
Contact: R. Lipprandt

Surnames: Anderson, Gorder, Green, Hansen, Johnson, Klessig, Krantz, Kuehling, Matthais, Meier, Ostenson, Peterson, Rahn, Thieme, Wagner

----Source: The Curtiss Advance, (Curtiss, Clark Co., WI) Wednesday, April 9, 1930


Mr. and Mrs. A. Kuehling and sons were Marshfield visitors Saturday afternoon.

Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Johnson and son, and Mr. and Mrs. Hand Gorder of Rice Lake, visited relatives her Sunday.

Frank Matthias, Wm. Klessig and Albert Kuehling attended a boxing match at Eau Claire on day last week.

Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Green and children spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hansen at Fifield.

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wagner and daughter of Thorp, visited Sunday at the Fred Ostenson home.

75% of the stock in Gamble Stores is owned by Store Managers, Associates and Customer. The bulk of the profits is turned back into the territory served. Marshfield.

Mrs. H. Peterson and Mrs. Al Johnson called Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. Fred Thieme.

Mr. and Mrs. J. Johnson and children were Marshfield callers Friday afternoon.

Mrs. Chas. Rahn and daughter Wanda returned home last week from a few weeks visit with relatives at Superior.

We guarantee to furnish new paint and pay for putting it on if Gamble’s Paints fail to give the service you have a right to expect when applied according to directions. Marshfield.

Ernest Meier of Spencer was a Curtiss caller Monday.

W. Anderson of Apollonia, was a Curtiss caller Sunday.

The P T A will hold its next regular meeting at the school house Thursday evening April 17th.

FOR SALE Whitmann hay press, size 14 X 18, in good shape. Oakland roadster in fair shape, good tires. Also an A. B. Chase organ in walnut case in good shape. Phone 2471 or call on Ervin Krantz.


The April meeting of the Curtiss Parent-Teacher Association will be held Thursday evening April 17th, at which time a fine program will e given and the election of officers for the coming year.

You are all interested in your school so come out and lend encouragement with your attendance.

These monthly meeting have a value to the school and community that cannot be estimated.



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