Bio: Warlum, P. M.
Contact:  Dee Zimmerman

----Source: Clark County News: June 1938; Compiled by Dee Zimmerman for her weekly column "The Good Ole Days" published June 11, 2003.

In the mind of the average citizen, covered wagons and folks connected with the age in which they were used, is ancient, history. But it was only 43 years ago, on June 7, that, P. M. Warlum came to Neillsville in a covered wagon, in company with his father and an older brother to establish a home. Of the nine members of this family, Pete is the only one still residing here, the parents and two brothers being deceased. However, Pete has nothing on even a far younger generation, for along about 1911, James Musil and his parents were immigrants, coming to Neillsville via covered wagon from Nebraska.



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