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Henry Scheblak, 76, local florist and a life-long resident of
this community, died
He was born here
Surviving are three daughters: Mrs. Fred Dorn of Hartland, Mrs. Arthur Droese of Neosho and Mrs. Lawrence Mastenbrook of West Allis; five grandchildren; one brother, Carl Scheblak of Los Angeles Calif.; and one sister, Mrs. John Reinehr of Moorhead, Minn.
For many years Mr. Scheblak had been engaged in the painting business in Watertown. At one time he was associated with Charles David, operating under the partnership of David & Scheblak. Later he formed a partnership with Paul Herzog, the firm being known as Scheblak & Herzog. In 1920, due to ill health, he left his trade to establish a greenhouse. He had been in the floral business continuously since that time.
Mr. Scheblak was interested in community affairs, and at one time was a member of the park board. He was a man of sterling character and high principles.
He was a member of the Order of Foresters.
Funeral services were at St. Henry's Church and burial was in St. Henry's Cemetery.
Watertown Gazette, 09 18 1908
Painter and Decorator
Dealers in Wall Paper, Paints and Varnishes, Glass, Brushes, Pictures and Picture Frames, etc.† We mix our own paints and put it up in tins ready for use.† Itís the best mixed paint on the market.† Try it, if you want good paint.† Strictly pure Linseed Oil, and the best Machine Oil sold in any quantity.
314-316 Madison St. Telephone 138-x.
[Henry Scheblak at one time was associated with Charles David (David & Scheblak); later formed a painting business with Paul Herzog (Scheblak & Herzog)]