News: Neillsville - Mound Temple Sold (26 Feb 1944)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Svirnoff, Johns, Rodeghier, Calway, Emer, Dimmitt, Cook, Andrus
----Source: The Humbird Enterprise (Clark Co., WI.) February 26, 1944
Mound Temple Sold (26 February 1944)
The transfer is reported this week of the Mound Temple property in this village, by Bertha Svirnoff and I. E. Svirnoff and wife of Neillsville, owners of the property in recent years, to Edward G. Johns and L. E. Rodeghier, of Wisconsin Rapids, new owners of the Calway Cranberry Marsh.
The temple is one of the finest properties in the village, and was erected in 1927. It was used for lodge purposes for a number of years. It later became a portion of the M. Svirnoff estate of Neillsville. The new owners will use the basement of the building for a cranberry sorting warehouse, and there is report current that the hall in the upper portion will be retained.
Frank Emer has sold his home eighty, north of town to Geo. Dimmitt, possession to be given March 15. Mr. Emer will have a sale and quit farming for a year or more.
The offer of Mrs. Dan Cook, of Neillsville, of $425 for the T. J. Andrus homestead has been accepted by the court, and the property will no doubt be transferred to her by the administrator.
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