ebook  History of Watertown, Wisconsin


Skinner & Thauer


1915, Ad, Charles Skinner, Nicholas Thauer, over WI Natl Bank



SOURCE:  Corporation Lawyer’s Directory, Central Guarantee Co, Chicago, IL, 1944


WATERTOWN (Jefferson & Dodge Counties)

Bank of Watertown


General Practice




Charles A. Skinner (1865-1934); Nicholas Thauer (1865-1939); Wallace Thauer; Richard C. Thauer.


Wallace Thauer, b. Watertown, Wis., Aug. 13, 1897; a. to bar, 1920, Wis.; legal ed. Univ. of Wis., LL.B., 1920. Mem. Phi Delta Phi fraternity, Jefferson Co. and Wis. State Bar Assns.


Richard C. Thauer, b. Watertown, Wis., May 5, 1900; a. to bar, 1927, Wis.; grad. Univ. of Wis., B.A., 1922; M.A., 1923; legal ed. Univ. of Wis., LL.B., Columbia Univ. Mem. Phi Delta Phi fraternity, Jefferson Co. and Wis. State Bar Assns.


Attorneys for: Wis. Nat. Bk.; U.S.F.& G. Co.; The West Side Lumber Co.; D.& F. Kusel Co.; L. M. Bickett Co.; Perfection Table Slide Mfg. Co.; Otto Biefeld Co.; James D. Casey Co.; Schmutzler Furniture Co.; Watertown Bldg. & Loan Assn.


Office: 104 West Main St.



11 20          BEN THAUER

Ben Thauer, associated with Skinner & Thauer, on Monday was recognized by the Watertown Rotary Club for a perfect attendance record over a period of 35 years.  Thauer was presented with a 35-year pin by Gerald E. Flynn, club president, in behalf of Claire Thomas, governor of District 25, which includes Watertown.  The presentation was made at the weekly luncheon meeting of the club, held at the Legion Green Bowl.  On Nov. 24, 35 years ago, Thauer became a member of the club.  He was the club’s 14th president, serving in 1937-38. Also, for a period of many years, he served as club treasurer.    WDT




Cross References:

Richard Thauer obit

Charles Skinner obit




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