News: Neillsville (Four Homes Sold - 1964)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Hinkelmann, Seif, Nelson, Wildish, DeMert, Wage, Jungck, Brooks, Struble, Graves, Shaw, Guest, Hagedorn
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) February 27, 1964
Neillsville (Four Homes Sold - 1964)
Purchases of four Neillsville residential properties were revealed this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Arden Hinkelmann of Neillsville have purchased the former John Seif residence on First Street from Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Nelson of Minnesota. The Hinkelmanns own several houses in Neillsville, which they hold as income property.
Mr. and Mrs. John Wildish of Neillsville have bought the Oscar DeMert house, just north of Neillsville, which was vacated by the Robert DeMert family. The latter have moved to Whitehall, where he is working.
Miss Gladys Wage has purchased the former E & R Chruch parsonage on Clay Street and plans to move in as soon as Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jungck and family complete moving into the former Dr. J. Howard Brooks residence on Clay Street near Second. Mrs. Lu Struble plans to move into the apartment occupied by Miss Wage, and the present Struble apartment will be occupied by Miss Arla Mae Graves.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shaw and family have bought the former Francis Guest house on Park Street. They plan to move there in the next few weeks from the Richard Hagedorn residence on Hewett Street, in which they have made their home for several years.
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