Bio: Bauer, Albert (A & W Root Beer Marshfield – May 1965)


Surnames: Bauer, Kawell, Rottscheit

Source: Marshfield News Herald (Marshfield, WI) 02 Jun 1965

Albert Bauer, 1003 Adler Road, is the now owner of the A & W Drive-In here in Marshfield. He took over the establishment May 13, 1965 after purchasing it from Fred Kawell.

A native of Loyal (Clark Co., Wis.), Bauer was born July 8, 1925. He moved with his parents to the Nasonville area when he was a small child.

Bauer was raised in that area and attended schools there. He operated a farm near Nasonville until 1955, when he purchased a drive-in in Jefferson, Iowa. He came to Marshfield directly from Jefferson.

He and his wife, the former Alice Rottscheit, Marshfield, were married May 9, 1945. They are the parents of six children: Arnold, 19, who is attending barber's school in Sioux City, Iowa, Barbara, 18, Sheila, 15, Keith, 11, Denise, 7, and Holly, 6.

While in Jefferson, Bauer was a member of the Knights of Columbus and the Elks Club. He attends Our Lady of Peace Catholic Church here. His favorite hobby is traveling.



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