Alois T Aulik

Born: March 03, 1884
Died:

ALOIS T. AULIK. Presenting as it does an excellent example of youthful integrity, industry and respect as a worthy citizen and a man of character is the life of Alois T. Aulik. Mr. Aulik has been the architect of his own success. The subject of this sketch was born March 3, 1884, and is a son of Anton and Dora (Halada) Aulik. Until he grew to manhood he resided in the town of Carlton, Kewaunee County, Wisconsin, his birth place. Here he attended the rural public schools and assisted his father and others in agricultural employment. This work taught the young man to be industrious and self-reliant and Mr. Aulik profited by these experiences in his later life.

In December, 1905, he moved to Antigo, Langlade County, and was engaged as a cook in the lumber camps, after which he was a car inspector for the Chicago & Northwestern Railroad Company for five years. This work he gave up to take over the business of Anton Kraus at 828 Fifth avenue in August, 1921, which he has since successfully conducted. Mr. Aulik was united in marriage to Mary Randel, of Antigo, Wis., September 2, 1910, and they have three children--Joseph, Elizabeth and Dorothy. Mr. Aulik takes great pleasure in spending his time away from business with his family. He is a member of the Loyal Order of Moose, the Knights of Columbus, the Z. C. B. J. order, the B. A. R. E. and the B. R. C. of A. The latter are railroad organizations. The Aulik family attend St. Mary's Catholic church. Their residence is at 1444 Minola street.

In 1920 Mr. Aulik was called upon by a group of business men, farmers and laborers to be a candidate for Clerk of Court of Langlade County. Mr. Aulik reluctantly accepted this call and made an excellent run, polling over three thousand votes. This alone was a splendid testimonial as to his high standing in the community. Politically he is allied with the Progressive Republican party.

Source: p.311, History of Langlade County Wisconsin Dessureau. Berner Bros. Publishing CO. 1922.