Bio: Budtke, Emil William (1929)

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Surnames: Budtke, Luepke 

----Source: Marshfield News Herald (Marshfield, Wood County, Wis.) 31 Dec. 1929 

Emil William Budtke is a lifelong resident in the town of Auburndale, Wood County, where he was born March 5, 1882. He has made farming his occupation since boyhood, except 14 or 15 winters spent in the logging woods near Stratford and Range Line in the employ of the R. Connor Company of this city. 

Following the death of his father in 1907, his farmwork was performed at home until 1917; then he purchased the home farm, which he has operated since. Seventy-eight acres are under cultivation, the rest is in pasture and brush land. He has 30 Holsteins. 

He was married to Miss Anna Luepke of Auburndale in this city in April 1912. They have two children: Norma, 16 and Edna, 15. The family are affiliated with the Auburndale Lutheran church. 

Politically, he is Independent. His hobby is visiting friends.  



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