Frank Shock, the
son and a partner in the grocery business, was born February 2, 1904, in
Clay City, and like his father, with the exception of about three years when
he had employment with the American Steel Foundry in East St. Louis, has
continuously lived in Clay City. He went to St. Louis directly after
finishing school and almost immediately after his return home entered the
grocery business with his father in February, 1926.
For the benefit of anyone who might be interested in knowing, we might state here that Frank isn't married, except to his place of business, and not quite so in that case because Frank enjoys base ball and is frequently called upon by some neighboring town ball clubs to help them win a game and he is able to put up his part of a good game, too.
Both he and his father are members of the Clay City Booster Club and are boosters for their home town.
Extracted 12 Jun 2017 by Norma Hass from 1930 Pictures and Biographical Sketches of the Business Men of Clay City, Illinois.