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Rietbrock centennial
(1880-1980)

Town officials 1880-1980,   pp. 14-18


Page 14

County of Marathon ss
Town of Rietbrock
Whereas Martin Chesak and Joseph Chesak of said
town have applied to the undersigned, town board of
said town of Rietbrock for license to keep a saloon
on the following described premises within said town,
viz. Beginning eight rods south of the center post of
Sec. No. fourteen Town No. Twenty-nine North of
Range number four East, running thence South on the
quarter line of said Sec. No. fourteen twenty-one rods
and five and one half of a foot, thence West sixty
rods thence North twenty-one rods and five and one
half of a foot thence east sixty roads to the place
of beginning being a part of the North East quarter of
the South West quarter of said Sec. No. fourteen
and containing eight acres, for the sale in quantities
less than one gallon of strong, spirituous, malt, ardent
or intoxicating liquors, to be drank on the premises.
It is therefore ordered that to the applicants the license
applied for by them be granted, upon their duly
executing and filing the bond required by law, and
upon their paying for such license as follows:
And that the town Clerk attests and delivers such
license to the applicants therefore, upon their pro-
ducing to said clerk a receipt, showing the payment
to the town treasurer of the sum hereby required of
them, and upon their filing with said clerk the bond
foresaid.
Given under our hands this 26th day of February
A.D. 1881.
Supervisors of the
Town of Rietbrock  s
P. Teusz
J. Myszka
Minutes of Proceedings of the annual Town
Meeting, Town of Rietbrock, held at Poniatowski, on
the fifth day of April A.D. 1881.
The polls have been opened in the forenoon and
votes received till 12 o'clock. Then the meeting
adjourned for one hour according to law. At one
o'clock, the chairman called the meeting to order and
on motion the Town Clerk read the annual financial
report for the year commencing April 6th A.D. 1880
and ending April 5th A.D. 1881. Motion than was
made and carried, that the sum of Three hundred and
Fifty ($350.00) Dollars shall be raised for the
Incidental Town Fund. Motion made and carried that
Two Hundred and Fifty ($250.00) Dollars shall be
raised for the Town Road Fund. Motion made and
carried that the sum of One Hundred and Fifty
($150.00) Dollars shall be raised for the Town School
Fund. Motion made and carried that the sum of Fifty
($50.00) Dollars shall be raised for the Town Poor
Fund. Motion made and carried that Ten Mills on
the Dollar shall be raised as road tax. The pro-
position for borrowing the sum of One Thousand
Dollars for road purposes was voted down.
The polls then were opened to receive the ballots.
The Statement of the elector Town Officers, County
Judge and Judges of Supreme Court is made out in
the Book of Elections.
Dated this 5th day of April A.D. 1881.
Inspectors of Town Election.
Town Officials
1880- 1980
L-H, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, Names unknown. Seated
3-Joseph Chesak, 5-Jacob Myszka.
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visors, Joseph Witucki, Constable; Gary Lewis, Assessor, Seated - L-R, Patricia Berg,
Clerk; Robert Riske, Chairman; Beverly Witucki, Treasurer.
The town was established November 12, 1879, and
in the spring of April 6, 1880 the first election was
held at Poniatowski (Court House) Town of Riet-
Brock, Marathon County. It was situated upon the N
East of the North West Quarter of the South East
Quarter of Section Number fourteen (14) in Town-
ship number Twenty-Nine (29) North of Range
Number four (4) East.
INSPECTORS OF ELECTION:
Ludwig Findorff, Peter Teusz, and Win. Bergs
FIRST CLERKS OF ELECTION:
Theo. M. Helinski
Thomas Berres


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