Bio: Clark, Guy E. (1914)


Surnames: Clark, Van Alstine, Kelly

----Source: History of Eau Claire County Wisconsin (1914) pages 674-675

Guy E. Clark, D. D. S. Among the able doctors of dental surgery in Eau Claire county, none stands more prominent than does Dr. Clark. He is a native of Minnesota, born in Winona, August 28, 1878, a son of Asbury B. and Julia (Van Alstine) Clark, both natives of New York state. The parents moved West and settled in Winona, Minnesota, in 1860, and were numbered among the sturdy pioneers of that section. Soon after their arrival at Winona, the father engaged in general contracting, was successful in his business, and still makes his home in that city.

Dr. Clark was reared and received his primary education there in the public schools; he began the study of dentistry in a dental office in 1896 and remained there in study and gaining practical experience for five years. He then entered the college of dental surgery at Milwaukee, where he took a three years' course, graduating with the class of 1903. After his graduation, he spent two years in the practice of his profession in that city, after which in 1905, he moved to Eau Claire, where he at once began to receive a fair share of clientele, which has constantly increased until now he has probably as large a practice as any dentist in Eau Claire county. Possessed of a studious nature, Dr. Clark is a close student, continually reading up in his profession, thus keeping thoroughly in pace with the times and well posted on all new discoveries in modern dentistry. He is a member of the Wisconsin State Dental Association and the Chippewa Valley Dental Association. Socially he is a member of the Masonic Order, Eau Claire Lodge, No. 112, the Eau Claire Chapter, No. 36, R. A. M., and the Eau Claire Coramandery, No. 8, Knights Templar.

On September 7, 1906, Dr. Clark married Miss Maude Moore, daughter of John and Margaret (Kelley) Moore, of Eau Claire, and their pleasant home on Third street is the center of attraction of their many friends in the city.



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