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Raymond L. Anewald. A representative of the young and energetic class of agriculturists recruited from other occupations in Miami county, Raymond L. Anewald is making a success of his farming enterprises in Newton township, and at present is the renter of one hundred acres of productive and well-improved land. Mr. Anewald was born at Dayton, Ohio, June 20, 1885, a son of Thomas Monroe and Ella (Lauver) Anewald. His father, a native of Pennsylvania, came to Ohio in young manhood and during his active career followed the vocation of veterinary surgeon, in which he became widely known. For some years he pursued his calling at Dayton, where he maintained an office and hospital. In his later years he retired. He and his wife were the parents of three children: Raymond L.; Clarence, superintendent of the Willard Storage Battery Company, Dayton; and Wilbur, who conducts a Willard Service Station, at Troy. Raymond L. Anewald was educated in the public schools, and in his youth followed various vocations. For eight or nine years he furnished Bradford with its ice and coal supply, a business in which he was successful and prosperous, but in 1909 disposed of his holdings and turned his attention to farming, a vocation in which he has since been engaged. Since starting the cultivation of the soil, Mr. Anewald has rented one hundred acres of highly productive farming land, on which there is a set of good buildings and improvements of a modern character. He is a student of his vocation, to which he has also brought enthusiasm and industry that are bound to bring him success. The property is attractive and its improvements are in good repair, evidences of good management. Mr. Anewald was united in marriage with Minnie, daughter of Clinton Whitmer, of Covington, and to this union there have been born two children: Marie and Carl, who are attending school. The comfortable family home is near Pleasant Hill, a community in which Mr. and Mrs. Anewald have numerous friends and well- wishers.

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