Bio: Bootzin, Peter, General Store (1894 - ?)



Surnames: Bootzin, Meyer


----Source: LaCrosse Tribune and Leader-Press, 12 Apr 1935, pg. 6

100,000 Eggs Smashed In Automobile Crash

Milwaukee--(AP) --At least 100,000 eggs intended for Chicago breakfast tables were scrambled Friday whenn a trailer truck hauling them to market collided with an automobile. Peter Bootzin, 42, of Medford, was driver of the truck. Neither he nor his brother was injured, although the latter was thrown from a hammock in which he was sleeping during the trip.


----Source: "Curtiss Advance" (Curtiss, Hoard Twp., Clark Co., Wis.) April 22, 1931



Peter Bootzin's General Store

Abbotsford, Clark Co., Wisconsin



The advertisement above appeared in the "Curtiss Advance", April 22, 1931.

This business belonged to Peter Bootzin and was located in the A. J. Meyers Building in Abbotsford, Wisconsin.


Biographical Information


WWII Draft Card


Name: Peter Bootzin, 48 yrs.
Date: 1942
Location: Medford, Taylor, Wisconsin
Residence: 150 N. Second St., Medford, Taylor, Wisconsin
Gender: Male
Birth date: 26 Mar 1894

Telephone: Medford 377

Informant: Arnold Linsow, Medford, Wis.



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