Property: Cherokee - Roselawn Cheese Factory (1930)

Contact:  Stan


----Sources: COLBY PHONOGRAPH (Colby, Clark County, Wisconsin) 04/17/1930

C. Rasmussen Sells Factory

Charles Rasmussen has sold his cheese factory to Ray Berg. The Rasmussen’s came to this section sixteen years ago and built a factory and living quarters two miles south from Cherokee. The factory is known as the Roselawn Cheese Factory and the building and grounds are the best equipped and most beautiful in this section. During the past number of years, this factory has won, for its owner, high awards in the state-wide factory beautification contests and has been written up in many of the state papers. The factory was one of the first in the Cherokee district to join the Federation after the warehouse was built at Abbotsford and has continued to send its cheese there ever since. It is stated that Mr. Berg will continue making the cheese for the Federation. Although Mr. Berg is not so well known in this section he comes very highly recommended. Mrs. Berg was formerly Miss Mary Sazama and is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sazama. Mr. Berg will take possession May first when the present owners will move to Colby, where they expect to make their home for a time.



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