Bakeries: Lusk Bakery
The Lusk Herald, July 19, 1917
"THE LUSK BAKERY
Fresh Bread, Pies, Cakes, Etc.,
CAKES BAKED TO ORDER
Lunches and Meals at All Hours. Beds to let
Also carry a Small Line of Canned Goods---And Sugar, Coffee, Crackers and Cookies--Fresh line of Candies
Butter and Eggs Taken in Trade, Your Patronage Solicited
W.H. MILBURN, Proprietor
The Lusk Herald, October 23, 1930
OUR 14TH ANNIVERSARY
October 25th, the Lusk Bakery will celebrate its fourteenth anniversary. From a small beginning, the Lusk bakery has grown steadily but surely, until now this modern plant averages 1,000 loaves of bread a day, besides other bakery goods.
Mr. and Mrs. John Snethen first opened a Bakery in the building now occupied by the Spiegel store. In 1920 they moved to the building which they now occupy. Since moving there, they have repeatedly remodeled and added new equipment so as to better serve the needs of the people of Lusk and surrounding territory.
During this period they have adhered to one brand, namely Golden Krust. This brand of bread is now well known in every section of eastern Wyoming.
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|Obituary||Snethen, John (05/21/1866 - 01/27/1955)||View Record||Obituary||Milburn, William (06/23/1876 - 07/28/1953)||View Record|