Wisconsin State Gazetteer Business Directory 1915-1916
Published Biennially by  R. L. Polk & Co. Detroit & Chicago
Waushara County, Wisconsin

Transcribed and submitted by Paula Vaughan
July 2013

POY SIPPI

Population 250. A post village on Pine River, in Poy Sippi township, Waushara County, 18 miles northeast of Berlin, the nearest railroad station and banking point. Mail, daily. Telephone connection. Ernest E. Vergin, postmaster

Bowen Miss, milliner
Brewster Minor, contractor
Colt H W, flour mill
Georgeson L W, agrl implts
Hansen James, stock buyer
Hawley F M, hotel
Lamphire H., cattle buyer
Paulson, W H undertaker and saw mill
Poy Sippi Creamery Co
Steffensen N P, general store
Stratton Wm, fruits
Stratton Orlie , meat market
Thewalt W B, physician
Thewalt W H, physician
VERGIN ERNEST E, Notary Public and Confectionery
Wendt J E general store

TERRILL

Formerly known as Terrill's Corners in a discontinued postoffice in Leon township, Waushara county, 11 miles east of Wautoma, the county seat, 3 from Red Granite, the nearest shipping point, and 12 northwest of Berlin, the nearest banking
point. Has rural delivery from Red Granite.