News: Curtiss, Wis. (27 Jan. 1926)

Contact: R. Lipprandt
Email: bob@wiclarkcountyhistory.org

Surnames: Kraut, Sands, Sturner

----Source: The Curtiss Advance, (Curtiss, Clark County, Wis.) Wednesday, 27 Jan. 1926

J. V. STURNER BOOSTS CURTISS

Mr. J. V. Sturner, our local elevator man, has been very busy the past few weeks and it was reported that his week Tuesday was one of the largest days business in Curtiss for a number of years.

It seems that people are complaining about business being poor, but not so with Mr. Sturner, as they have all they can take care of at present.

Besides taking care of the average run of business they are loading at least one car of hay or bolts and shipping they to Marshfield and other points, to say nothing of the car loads of grain that they have shipped in which will average almost one every day during the winter when the farmers are feeding their cattle the heaviest.

To say the least from our own opinion there is at least as much business done in our little Village of Curtiss, if not more than they are doing in much larger towns.

Mr. Sturner has now in his yards approximately 5000,000 of logs and 2,000 cords of bolts, which will be loaded n the near future and shipped to Marshfield, where he has a ready market for his logs and bolts..

SKAT TOURNEY TO BE HELD, JANUARY 7TH

There will be another Skat tournament held at Frank Kraut’s Curtiss Sunday, Feb. 7th, at 1 p.m. Everybody turn out once and try your luck.

SANDS TO MANAGE GREENWOOD

Walter Sands, Richland Center, for many years associated with the Dairy and Food Department as field man, was recently elected to the position of manager for the Greenwood Branch of the Federation. Mr. Sands assumes his new duties on Feb. 1st.

 

 


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