Bio: Huber, Art (Occupation – 1928)
Contact: Tanya Paschke.

Surnames: Huber, Siemer, Sietz, Plathner

----Source: Spencer Centennial Book, 1874 – 1974 (Spencer, Marathon County, Wis.) page 73

Art Huber began his barber trade in 1928 in a room in the back of the Seitz tavern. Later he moved to a shop across the street. In 1936, having purchased the Otto Plathner store property on Clark Street, he tore down the building and erected a building for a shop and family living quarters. He continues to serve his customers in a shop which throughout the years has had a warm, friendly atmosphere, a place where people do not mind the waiting while they enjoy good fellowship.

Most of the time since Herman Siemer’s death, Art has been the only barber in town and the community not only appreciates his fine service but is grateful that his shop is still open for business.




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