News: Curtiss, Wis. (November 12, 1924)
Contact: R. Lipprandt
Surnames: Bublitz, Ecke, Froebel, Green, Knipfel, Koerner, Kuehling, Olson, Plockelman, Puldas, Trowbridge
----Source: The Curtiss Advance, (Curtiss, Clark County, Wisconsin) Wednesday, November 12, 1924
TESTING FORCE WILL ARRIVE THIS WEEK
County Agent Knipfel just received work that Dr. Olson and his force of T. B. Testers will arrive in Clark County this week to test all the herds that had reactors during the summer test.
It is hoped that those farmers who will have to be tested will cooperate as much as possible so that this work may be completed before snow comes.
Dr. Olson reports that they were able to finish Polk County and that he is mighty glad that they were able to finish at this time because they have fourteen inches of snow up there and have stopped running automobiles.
This on test will make the third test for the farmer that had reactors last winter and there will only be a few reactors probable this time and those herds will be tested again next summer.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL ITEMS
Mrs. Fred Ecke and daughter, Viola were Marshfield shoppers Friday afternoon.
Mrs. Ralph Green and children, spent Sunday at the home of her sister Mrs. Otto Bublitz
Mr. Arne Olson, who recently underwent an operation at the Marshfield, Wisconsin Hospital, is now visiting at his son Fred Olson’s home at Cherokee.
Fred Green of Thorp, was a caller in Curtiss Tuesday.
The various churches are busy getting programs ready for Christmas.
Albert Kueling is able to get up and around again and will soon be back on he job again.
John Plockelman and family have moved to Curtiss for the winter.
Mrs. Donald Trowbridge and two sons returned to their home at Milladore after a visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Moritz Koerner and other relatives.
Otto Froebel was a Curtiss caller Monday.
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