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Date Posted: 19:54:30 09/28/03 Sun
Author: Barb
Subject: article and obituary on Erick Johnson
In reply to: Judy Bauer 's message, "Erik Johnson" on 07:24:13 09/25/03 Thu

I ran across a short article on Erick Johnson in The Odebolt Chronicle "Progress Edition" published October 29, 1953.

Erick Johnson Is Jeweler Here
Erick Johnson, owner and operator of the Johnson's jewelry store has been in business here for three years. His technical education was obtained under expert watch-makers, and from early boyhood in Sweden he has worked at that trade.

He came from Sweden to Odebolt in 1924 and for a period worked on a farm, then again took up the jewelry trade.

He has a modern shop with all necessary equipment, and his retial jewelry stock includes Bulova, Wadsworth-Elgin, Croton, Elgin and other makes of watches. He has an attractive stock of Beloved diamond rings and lovely gift jewelry.
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Erick Johnson's obituary (1973)is listed on the "Kiron Kountry" web site, by Glenn Gustafson. The main page is at <a rel=nofollow target=_blank href="http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~gwgustaf/library/">http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~gwgustaf/library/</a>
... then click on "Obituaries" and you will find it under his surname.

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