News: Curtiss, Wis. (July 11, 1928)
Contact: R. Lipprandt
Surnames: Adams, Aldinger, Bitter, Brandt, Brecklin, Brochardt, Brown, Bublitz, Froebel, Green, Herrick, Hoff, Hrunek, Johnson, Laabs, Listel, Lulloff, Machlett, Neitzel, Olson, Pudlas, Ravy, Rogers, Scheuerman, Wagner, Wellman
----Source: The Curtiss Advance, (Curtiss, Clark Co., WI) Wednesday, July 11, 1928
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Geo. Rogers of Abbotsford was a Curtiss caller Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Brown were Abbotsford callers Monday.
Big dance at Smith’s Pavilion Tuesday evening July 17th.
Mrs. Aldinger, Sr., came to spend a few weeks with her son John.
Otto Froebel of Beloit visited last week at the Wm. Wagner home.
Mrs. Chas. Brochardt of Chicago, is visiting Mrs. Henry Machett this week.
Meet your friends next Tuesday at Smith’s Pavilion, 4 miles North of Withee.
Grant Herrick and Jake Johnson were among the Sunday fisherman at the Lakes.
Miss Lloyd Ravy of Unity, visited this week at the home of her uncle, W. A. Ravy.
Mrs. Walter Wellman spent Saturday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Scheuerman.
Carl Brecklin of Dorchester, visited Wednesday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Geo. P. Hoff.
Mrs. Nels Olson and sons, and Mrs. Gladys Bublitz of Owen, were Curtiss callers Saturday morning.
Aileen Listle, Harvey Bitter and Otto Brandt of Laona were visitors at the C. Scheurman home Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hrunek and daughter visited their infant daughter at the Marshfield, Wisconsin Hospital Sunday.
Miss Alice Hoff of Medford came Tuesday for a few days visit at hte home of her brother, Geo. Hoff and family.
Lila Kathryn Green visited a couple of days the later part of the week at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Otto Bublitz
Francis Adams arrived a the home of his uncle, Geo. P. Hoff Tuesday enroute from Chippewa Falls to his home in Holway.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pudlas and daughter Grace, returned Tuesday evening from a few days visit at Appleton with relatives.
F. W. Laabs left for Chicago Tuesday evening to meet his daughter-in-law, Mr. M. F. Laabs, who comes from Durant, Miss., for a visit.
Stacey Green left Monday fro Ashland to resume his work in the summer school session of music after spending a few weeks with the home folks.
Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Green and grandchildren Lyle, Carol and Iris Johnson were callers at the L. Neitzel home at Abbotsford, Tuesday.
RESULTS OF THE 1928 PIG SURVEY
According to the recent pig survey, Wisconsin has about 18 per cent fewer brood sows this spring than last spring. The average number of pigs per litter is 6.3, which is exactly the same as a year ago. The report also indicates that about 14 per cent fewer sows will be bred for fall furrowing in Wisconsin this year than last year.
A decrease of about 7 per cent in the spring pig crop of 1928 from that of 1927 for the United States as a whole and also for the Corn Belt States is shown by the survey. This decrease is equivalent to about 4,000,000 head of pigs for the United States of which over 3,000,000 represent the decrease for the Corn belt States. A decrease in the fall pig crop of this year from that of last year is also indicated.
BUYS NEW UP-TO-DATE HEARSE
F. W. Lulloff has purchased a new three-way loading limousine hearse which can be loaded from either side of the rear. It not only is very convenient but also has a very nice appearance with a Chicago gray color below the belt and black above the belt line. This hearse is the last word in hearses and also is the only perfect three-way loading hearse made.
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