Bio: Schultz, Lowell Henry
Surnames: Schultz, Guetschow
----Source: Marshfield News Herald
(Marshfield, Wood County, Wis.) 5 Oct. 1929
Lowell Henry Schultz, son of Mrs. Mary
Schultz, 314 South Walnut Street, was born at Veefkind, town of
Sherman, Clark County, Wisconsin, October 14, 1891, and made his
home there all his life. After leaving school, he continued to
assist on the home farm until 1912. Since then he has been running
it on a lease from his mother. His father passed away in
In connection with the home farm which is
comprised of 67 acres, equipped with a full set of buildings, he
operates a farm of his own on the opposite side of the road,
comprising 60 acres with a 34 x 62 foot part-basement barn, built
two years ago. His machinery includes a tractor. He also has an
interest in a threshing outfit owned in company by a number of
farmers in his section. His cattle number 25, two of which are
purebred Brown Swiss, the rest grades, mostly Holsteins. His horses
Mr. Schultz has been serving his town as
supervisor the past eight years. In addition, he is the clerk of
his school district, No. 8, which office he is now holding for the
second year. The school is known as "The Veefkind
Mrs. Schultz formerly was Miss Ida
Guetschow, town of Sherman. They were married by the Reverend
Joseph Brown, of this city in the Veefkind Presbyterian Church, May
17, 1913, and have three children: Lawrence 15, Howard 13 and Alice
11. Howard became a student of the Purdy School this year.
He is an elder of the Veefkind Presbyterian Church and a member of the Spencer Equity Local. Politically, he is a conservative Republican. His hobby is the radio.
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