News: Curtiss (14 Jan 1931)


Contact: Robert Lipprandt


Surnames: Bublitz, Erickson, Green, Hawks, Hennlich, Jens, Johnson, Knight, Kraut, Kuehling, LeGault, Morgan, Peterson, Schroeder, Sills, Tonn, Tuttle


----Source: The Curtiss Advance (Curtiss, Clark Co., WI), Wednesday, January 14, 1931


Local Items


Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Morgan were Owen callers Saturday evening.


Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Erickson were Owen visitors Sunday evening. 


Harry Jens and Albert Johnson drove to New Holstein Saturday.


Dr. LeGault of Owen, was a professional caller in Curtiss Saturday.


Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Morgan of Unity, spent Sunday at the R.H. Morgan home.


Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Green spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bublitz.


Chester Knight returned Sunday from California where he spent a few months.


Mrs. H. Peterson and son Armun were Sunday evening callers at the J. Johnson home.


Ernest Kuehling of Marshfield is visiting at the home of his son Albert Kuehling and family. 


Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Sills and daughter of Colby, visited Sunday at the Frank Schroeder home.


Mr. and Mrs. Allen Hawks and son and Mrs. E. A. Hawks visited Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. Tuttle at Marshfield. Mrs. Allen Haws and baby remained for a longer visit. 


R. H. Morgan, Wm. Hennlich, Alfred Erickson and Frank Kraut attended a meeting and banquet at Neillsville, Monday evening. 


Several from this community attended the mask ball at Abbotsford Wednesday evening and report a large crowd, a fine time and excellent music by Duke and his Melody Kings. 



Make highways safe! Trade in smooth tread tires. $1.50 to $4.50 per pair allowances in exchange on new G & J’s with deep heavy tread.

Gambles Store - Marshfield, Wis. 



Farm and Home Lines


Among the hazards mentioned as causes of farm fires, the storage and use of gasoline isperhaps the greatest of all.


Alfalfa showed a marked increase in production in Wisconsin last year due to the fact that the crop wintered unusually well.


The acreage of the alfalfa crop in Wisconsin is again at a high point, and if the present winter does not reduce it, an even larger production is in prospect for 1931. 


The demand is growing for lighter cattle, and a popular demand all the year around is for finished steers weighing from 750 to 1100 pounds. 



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