Biography of Frank M. Huber

Frank M. Huber, born on July 25, 1862, in Bavaria, is a notable German-American farmer in Yankton County, South Dakota. He married Nellie Strunk on August 20, 1893, and they have three children: Nellie, Mary, and Herman. Huber owns and operates a 160-acre farm near Jamesville, where he raises Poland-China hogs and Shorthorn cattle. His farm, marked by numerous improvements he made, reflects his industrious and progressive nature. A Democrat, Huber has served as a school clerk but focuses primarily on his farming endeavors. He is a communicant of the Catholic Church and is known for his public-spirited and honorable life.

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