Monday, December 9, 2013

Somers Vintage Photos





Old Blacksmith Shop, Highway E, Somers, Wisconsin
©2014 Jacqueline Klapproth Nelson.  Photo Courtesy of the Ellen Klapproth Mortensen Collection







Jim Bullamore House (brother of Albert)
located directly behind the Bullamore Bros. store, Somers, Wisconsin
©2014 Jacqueline Klapproth Nelson.  Photo Courtesy of the Ellen Klapproth Mortensen Collection

Bullamore Bros. General Merchandise store in Somers, Wisconsin
©2014 Jacqueline Klapproth Nelson.  Photo Courtesy of the Ellen Klapproth Mortensen Collection

William Bullamore, father of Jim and Albert
Somers, Wisconsin
©2014 Jacqueline Klapproth Nelson.  Photo Courtesy of the Ellen Klapproth Mortensen Collection

Albert and Eunice Bullamore House
This house was located on the "back road"
Somers, Wisconsin
©2014 Jacqueline Klapproth Nelson.  Photo Courtesy of the Ellen Klapproth Mortensen Collection
 



1938 - Burr Oak School, Somers, Wisconsin

Seated:  Marge Aderman, Edward Cornwall, Don Aderman, Teddy Hart, Wayne Aderman, Charlie Clark, Bunky Tabbert, Carol Rhodes, Jean Bush, Betty Aderman, Janice Christensen, Barb Fenske
 
Standing:  Edith Tabbert, ?, Eleanor Struhart, Joan Yule, Vern Christensen, Don Tabbert, Lloyd Christensen, Miss Rose Stevens, Joseph Struhart, Don Bush, Floyd Bailey, Glenn Heide, ?, Bill Bush, Everett Cornwall, Wesley Tabbert, Gene Bailey, Pete Kristianseon, Herbie Kristianson, Audrey Christensen, Beverly Beechner, Glenn Bailey, Harold Kristianson
 
©2014 Jacqueline Klapproth Nelson.  Photo Courtesy of the Ellen Klapproth Mortensen Collection



Somers Congregational Church (building on right)
Parsonage (house in center of photo)
Highway E, Somers, Wisconsin
©2014 Jacqueline Klapproth Nelson.  Photo Courtesy of the Ellen Klapproth Mortensen Collection


Somers Superette, Highway E, West of Railroad Tracks, Somers, Wisconsin
©2014 Jacqueline Klapproth Nelson.  Photo Courtesy of the Ellen Klapproth Mortensen Collection


Somers Superette, Highway E, West of Railroad Tracks, Somers, Wisconsin
©2014 Jacqueline Klapproth Nelson.  Photo Courtesy of the Ellen Klapproth Mortensen Collection


The "village" of Somers, Wisconsin looking west from the railroad tracks
©2014 Jacqueline Klapproth Nelson.  Photo Courtesy of the Ellen Klapproth Mortensen Collection



Somers Congregational Church, Somers, Wisconsin
©2014 Jacqueline Klapproth Nelson.  Photo Courtesy of the Ellen Klapproth Mortensen Collection


Somers Creamery (Fenske)
This building was located on "back street".  It was converted into a the Fenske Garage which serviced automobiles for many years.  In the 1970's Fenske's son-in-law purchased the garage and opened Mel's Auto Service, owned by Melvin Klapproth.
©2014 Jacqueline Klapproth Nelson.  Photo Courtesy of the Ellen Klapproth Mortensen Collection
 

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