Bio: Schubert, Frank (1883 - 19??)
Surnames: Schubert, Frieders, Miller
----Source: History of Marathon County Wisconsin and Representative Citizens, by Louis Marchetti, 1913.
Schubert, Frank (31 March 1883 - 19??)
Frank Schubert, proprietor of a shoe store and shoe repair shop at Athens, Wis., is one of the enterprising young business men of the village, where he is" the only exclusive shoe merchant. He was born March 31, 1883, in Austria, and is a son of Martin and Emily Schubert, the former of whom died when his son was three years old.
Frank Schubert attended the excellent schools of his native land and then learned the shoemaking trade which he has continued to be interested in ever since. He was twenty years old when he came to the United States and directly to Athens, Wis., where he remained for two years and then went to Chicago, Ill, and worked there until 1906, when he returned to Athens and established his present business. He carries a well assorted stock of footwear and has installed modern machinery in his repair shop. In 1910 Mr. Schubert was married to Miss Anna Frieders, who was born at Appleton, Wis., a daughter of Philip and Lucy (Miller) Frieders, who still reside at Appleton, where the father follows the trade of brick mason. Mr. and Mrs. Schubert have one daughter, Dorothy Anna. They are members of the Catholic Church. He belongs to three well known fraternal organizations: .the Eagles, the Maccabees and the Beavers.
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