Bio: Ross, Hugo August
Surnames: Ross, Garbisch, Rasmussen, Hasz
----Source: Marshfield News Herald (Marshfield, Wood County, Wis.) 24 Apr. 1929
Hugo August Ross, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Ross, Route 2, Granton, was born in Plymouth, Sheboygan
County, Wisconsin, and attended the Lutheran and public schools of
that city up to 15 years of age, when he became a student of a
Sheboygan business college. Following his graduation from this
school, he entered the employ of the North Western Line as a clerk
in their Sheboygan Freight House, where he remained until his
parents moved to their present place of residence in 1916. After
spending six years on his father’s farm, he enrolled as a
student in the Palmer School of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa,
from which he was graduated in June 1924. He began the practice of
his profession at Dale and Hortonville and made his home in the
former city. Next he had an office in this city about two and
one-half years. Leaving here, he located in Spencer, about a year
Mrs. Ross, to whom he was married in the
Mapleworks Lutheran Church near Granton, August 27, 1922, was Miss
Ella Garbisch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Garbisch, Route 3,
Granton. The ceremony was performed by the Reverend Martin Hasz.
Mr. and Mrs. Ross’ children are: Vernon 5 and Mildred
He is a member of Walter Rasmussen’s orchestra and the organist of St. Matthew’s Lutheran Church. Politically, he is a progressive Republican. His hobby is instrumental music. He plays the piano in addition to the organ.
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