Barber Shop: George Kuns Barber Shop
Lusk Free Lance, February 12, 1931
GEORGE KUNS TAKES OVER COOPER BARBER SHIP IN DEAL CLOSED ON TUESDAY
The barber shop in the Mayes building, which for the past several years has been owned and operated by Fred Cooper, passed into the hands of George Kuns in a deal completed on Tuesday of this week. Mr. Cooper will return to his native haunts in the Black Hills country, although as to re-entering the barber business he said nothing today.
The barber shop fixtures will be moved into the Milburn building, three doors south of the present location, and there Mr. Kuns will soon be ready to meet his friends and customers. It is believed that a beauty parlor will be established in connection, as Mrs. Kuns is a beauty expert, but this has not been definitely announced yet.
George is not a stranger here, as he has supplied several times in the Tate shop, but has spent the past year on a farm northeast of Lusk. Friends will regret the departure of the Coopers , and yet all welcome such fine people as their successors.
Lusk Free Lance, March 5, 1931
KUNS BARBER SHOP NOW LOCATED IN NEW HOME
The George Kuns Barber Shop, purchased recently from Fred Cooper, and which was formerly located in the Mayes building, are now in their new home--the Milburn building, just one door south of the Skaggs store. The move took place on Sunday, and on Monday Mr. Kuns and R.L. Wonderly were on the job bright and early to meet their old friends and to make the acquaintance of new ones.
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