Lake Maxinkuckee Its Intrigue History & Genealogy Culver, Marshall, Indiana

Harold Baker  

We have with us today.... Harold L Baker. As you may guess from the lettering on the truck in this picture, Mr. Baker is associated with the Clover leaf Dairy, of which Henry Zechiel is proprietor. Mr. Baker handles the duties of manager of the business. He was born in Fort Wayne, but spent most of his younger days near Burr Oak, where he attendd school. He moved to Culver in 1920, and became connected witht he Clover Leaf Dairyin 1929. His chief hobby is an interest in all forms of sports, with basketball heading the list.
This week it is a pleasure to introduce one of the younger businessmen of Culver, Harold L. Baker, who is 25 years of age. He is manager of the Clover Leaf Dairy, of which Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zechiel are partners with him. While Mr. Baker is fairly new to the dair business the CLover Leaf Dairy is an established business. It was started eight years ago and proved an instant success with the Zechiel's policy of giving Culver clean pasteurized milk, cream and butter with real service. Mr. Baker was b orn in Auburn, Ind., but has lived in Culver for 12 years and attended Culver High school. He married a girl from a neighboring town, Leiters Frod. She was Grace Fernbaugh before Mr. Baker changed her name. He has been with the Clover Leaf Dairy since April and during that time has made a host of friends and customers by his guiet, genial and sincere personality. His main hobby is basketball, of which he is an ardent fan....

Harold L. Baker
BIRTH 23 Aug 1904
DEATH 17 Feb 1977
BURIAL Culver Masonic Cemetery Culver, Marshall County, Indiana
Grace H. Baker
BIRTH 15 Sep 1907
DEATH 30 Jun 1973
BURIAL Culver Masonic Cemetery Culver, Marshall County, Indiana

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