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Covering rural Wisconsin effectively
([1925/1926?])

Westby, 1,228,   pp. 143-144 PDF (522.8 KB)


Westfield, 858,   p. 144 PDF (252.9 KB)


Page 144


Covering Rural Wisconsin Effectively              to
                                 TITECTBY TI~ES
rCr-alt ll   1500      Is it sworn? Yes.                           Wednesday
i'~tx~               Rtj1*fL-'~ 'lr- 1-:oh 3d,lrn   d, Per lilt 10.    Agency
       commission, 15%.
Mechanical requirements - width of column, 13 ens. Depth of column, 23 inches.
       Columns to page, 7. Body type, 8 pt. Screen of halftones, 100,
       Use Mats? Yes.
       J. T. Hage edits this weekly that first came off the press in 1900.
                                       B W
WESTFIELD, 858                                                     MARQUETTE
       A general farming district lies about this Marquette county town,
and
the local farmers do their trading in Westfield. Potatoes, grain, live stock
and dairy products are exported by the farmers. The town is neat and clean;
it has over a hundred drinking fountains furnishing the best of water, The
local American Legion band, composed of 35 pieces, is rated as the second
best
American Legion band in the state. It furnishes concerts weekly in the Yflest-
field square. Westfield has a large cooperative creamery which averaged
9803 pounds weekly last year. It has a state fish hatchery, hatching about
800,000 Brook and German Brown trout this year.     It also has a $P100,000
corporation known as the Westfield Silica Company which is quarrying sandstone
at the bluff north of the village. Westfield has four rural routes.
                              WESTFIELD CINTRAL UNION
 Circulation, 925        Is it sworn? No.                           Thursday
 Advertising rates - display, per inch 25$. Classified, per line 10/. Agency
        commission, 15%. Cash discount, 2%.
 Mechanical requirements - width of column, 13 ems. Depth of column, 20 inches,
        Columns to page, 6. Body type, 8 pt. Screen of halftones, 80.
        Use Mats? No,
        S. D. Forbes established this weekly in 1877 and continued to edit
it
 till 1910. For the next five years S. E. Hicks served, and then came H.
E.
 Colton who was in charge till 1917. Martin Madson, the next editor headed
the
 paper till 1919, end J. C. Harris then carried it for one year. George E.
 Fuller has been editor since 1920.


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