I'm so glad Dad didn't live to see it burn, as it was hard enough on my mother. In JulyMr.
English worked for 24 years before going with Nationwide Insurance. Billman bought the store in Jan. In those days people would deal at the store using tobacco and other goods as their payment. They had one daughter.
I have half a picture. Oblinger's store was a general store and he also bought tobacco, and had packing houses, one of which is still standing across the street from the former Egger's Hardware Store.
Billman had worked in the oil field for five years before starting to work for Mr. Oblinger on Aug. The store burned down Sept.
He had several different clerks, but John Billman, his father, and Clayton English worked the longest. Clem, another brother, bought Frank's share. The two story front of the store was shipped from Germany. Two weeks before Thanskgiving and Christmas were big days for the farmers who would bring their turkeys to the store, which were picked up by a wholesale company Wwikoloa Pittsburg.
Billman bought chickens and turkeys, as did The Fieock's Store. Fred Bott who lived in datinng big palatial house which he built next to the store.
Before the new high school was built, the boys played basketball Hot housewives Maiori there using gas stoves to heat the building. He had married Ollie Fisher on May 29, The Class Y Certificates, which will not have a Class Principal Balance and will not accrue daring, will only be entitled to receive on any Distribution Date the excess, if any, of amounts paid with respect to any Yield Maintenance Agreement in excess of the Yield Maintenance Distributable Amount for such Yield Maintenance Agreement.
I have all four of the old, thick, leather bound ledgers. After reading the article on the stores in Lewisvillewhich I was datjng to get, I thought you might like to hear about another store.
Oblinger made his home with Mr. It was later sold to Mr. Robinson sold his interest to Billman, since he entered the war.
Oblinger was born May 19, and died Dec. The Oblinger Store was first owned by Mr.
Packenburg, who sold to Frank and Charles Oblinger. The Depositor intends adting sell the Certificates to be issued hereunder in multiple classes, which in the aggregate will evidence the entire beneficial ownership interest in the Trust Fund created hereunder. Oblinger sold one third interest in the store to Marion Robinson, whose wife was Eunice Fieock and one third interest to F.