This is Anton Schaefer and his wife Katherina. Anton was the first president of Spring Grove. He was also the village undertaker, carpenter, and store owner at 1921 Main Street from 1901 into the 1920s. As the undertaker, Anton would hitch two horses to his wagon hearse, and wearing a shiny silk stovepipe hat and sitting tall on the wagon seat, would take the deceased in his handmade coffin to the grave site. He would construct the coffins in the basement of the building and line each one with satin fabric. The store was on the first floor and later a music store was run upstairs by one of his daughters. You can see from the ad he also made furniture and sold other household goods. He and Katherina had ten children. The building still stands (photo was taken in the 1930s) but was turned into an apartment building in the 1960s.