First and most important, Curtis is not just an Elvis impersonator.
"The owner is a friend of ours," said Leann Brown, who came out with her husband, Curtis, and several others.
“All the A.M. it was one series of bons mots, mauvaises plaisanteries and fierce discussions,” Curtis continued in his letter.
“The fact is that the thing that made him want to get big is probably the same thing that took his life,” Curtis said.
Some people know Curtis through his passion as an Elvis impersonator, including a snarl and long sideburns.
Prescott was on his guard; he felt that Curtis suspected him.
Curtis tells us that Lowell's pursuit was literature, but patriotism was his passion.
Mrs. Curtis is a lineal descendant of the unfortunate Mary, Queen of Scots.
He was in difficulties as to his rent, and Curtis was putting 323 the pressure on.
Curtis, with a few swift gestures, conveyed her wishes to Two Horns, who replied in a way which made Curtis smile.