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1932 Augusta Business Directory

The following is the Augusta Directory of Businesses as they were on 04 Feb 1932:

  • ATTORNEYS 
    • E. M. BRADFORD
    • S. J. BAKER
  • AUCTIONEERS 
    • C. L. CRAKER
    • A. J. FISHER
  • BANK 
    • People's State Bank
  • BARBER SHOPS 
    • George HOWARD
    • Ardell MARKHAM
    • William YOUNG
  • BEE SUPPLIES
    • Gus DITTMER Co.
  • BLACKSMITHS & REPAIR 
    • BROWN Brothers
    • C. W. PROEHL
    • J. R. WATENPHUL
  • BUILDING CONTRACTORS 
    • George N. HILTS & Sons
    • Earl JOHNSON
    • Pete KRAMSCHUSTER
    • Ed PIEL
  • CHIROPRACTOR 
    • E. V. ISGRIGG
  • COAL DEALERS 
    • KAIN-LAMPERT Lumber Co.
    • D. T. TEARE
  • CREAMERIES 
    • Russell's Corners Creamery Co.
    • Augusta Dairy
  • DENTISTS 
    • E. L. HILL
    • R. B. WASHBURN
  • DRAY-TRUCKS 
    • Martin GILBERTSON
    • G. B. HALVORSON
    • John RICH
    • R. W. SCHWARTZ
  • DRUG STORES 
    • Chas. LIVESEY
    • A. C. THOMPSON
  • EGGS, POULTRY, PRODUCE 
    • Douglas Produce Co.
  • FARM MACHINERY
    • A. J. ARTIS
    • J. H. McNABB
    • Geo. SCHNEIDER
  • FEED MILLS 
    • CAMPBELL Brothers
    • Dells Milling Co.
    • KAIN-LAMPERT Lumber Co.
  • FURNITURE & UNDERTAKING 
    • August ARNDT
    • F. H. RANDALL
  • GARAGES & FILLING STATIONS 
    • Augusta Auto Co. 
    • Augusta Implement Co.
    • Frank BALLIETT
    • Clyde ELBERTSON
    •  J. ERDMAN (at Rodell)
    • Farmers Union Oil Co.
    • Martha HERTZKE
    • J. C. MILLER
    • RICKARD & KRUEGER
    • Geo. SCHNEIDER
    • Shell Oil Co.
    • Winona Oil Co.
    • F. A. ZANK
  • GENERAL STORES 
    • Robert BREHMEL (at Strader)
    • CHAIMSON'S
    • Chris. DREHMEL (at Ludington)
    • J. ERDMAN (at Rodell)
    • E. J. MISKE
    • Quality Store
    • STRINGER Merc Co.
    • C. H. ZIMMERMAN
  • GROCERY & CONFECTIONERY 
    • CAMERON'S
    • J. W. HAMMER
    • Mrs. P. M. ZEMPLE
  • HARDWARE 
    • BRISKE-LYON
    • Harry A. PROBST
  • HOTELS 
    • Augusta House
    • Park Hotel
  • ICE 
    • Rudolph KUNERT
  • INSURANCE & REAL ESTATE 
    • Sidney J. BAKER
    • E. M. BRADFORD
    • Dan DEVINE
    • V. L. DICKINSEN
    • Elmer HALVORSON
    • Harry W. RICK
    • Mrs. Ruth TRIEBER
  • JEWELRY 
    • T. F. BOEHRER
    • Martin LAMBRECHT
  • LIGHT & TELEPHONE 
    • Ivan SHAVER, Manager
  • LUMBER & BUILDING MATERIAL 
    • KAIN-LAMBERT Lbr. Co.
    • O & N Lumber Co.
  • MEAT MARKETS 
    • EMANUEL Brothers
    • H. J. KOHNKE
  • MERCHANT TAILOR 
    • S. OLSON
  • MILK & CREAM 
    • Arthur RONKEN
    • August ZANK
  • MILLINERY 
    • JUSTESEN Sisters
  • OPERA HOUSE 
    • Earl WARNER
  • PAINTERS & DECORATORS 
    • George KOHNKE
    • Henry ROSENAU
    • W. E. THATCHER
  • PHOTOGRAPH STUDIO 
    • Ira M. PFEFFERKORN
  • PHYSICIANS 
    • H. F. PRILL
    • E. H. WINTER
  • PLUMBER 
    • Jay ARTIS
  • POOL HALLS 
    • Chas. REDMOND
    • W. E. TAYLOR
  • PRINTING 
    • Union Printing Co.
  • RESTAURANTS 
    • Grand Cafe
    • HORTON Cafe
  • SHOE REPAIRING 
    • Frank LOWRY
    • Marty's Repair Shop
  • STOCK BUYERS 
    • John BIEGEL
    • Ferdinand RAETHER
    • Martin ROSENSTRATER
    • C. W. WALLACE & Son
    • Earl WARNER
  • TIRES & BATTERIES 
    • George WARNER
  • VARIETY STORE 
    • Geo. W. WIESNER
  • VETERINARIAN 
    • H. E. HOREL
  • WELDING 
    • Melvin MYRIN
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Other business news from Augusta in 1932:
  • 31 March -- Mr. George WIESNER has moved his variety store to the building on the south side of Lincoln Street, formerly occupied by T. F. BOEHRER'S Jewelry Store.
  • 31 March -- Melvin MYRIN, welder, has now moved into his new quarters across from the SCHNEIDER garage.  This is the former engine house of the feed mill on the corner of Stone and Washington Streets.
  • 7 July -- A false rumor has been going around about short weight of butter at the Russell's Corners Creamery.  The inspectors were in Augusta a short time ago and weighed many pounds of butter at all local stores, finding most pounds over weight by at least one ounce and none under 16 ounces.
  • 4 August -- Mr. Chris GREGERSON has rented the building formerly occupied by J. C. MILLER and now owned by Chas. REDMOND.  He will be ready to serve gas and oil and feeds on Friday.

-As transcribed from early news items collected by Lloyd KOLDEN.

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