Janesville Daily Gazette 2 January 1954

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which Mr. Strassburg had operated operated for many years. Henry Gray pure based the Phelps Funeral Home on E. Mad-| ison Avenue, including the building. building. It is now known as Gray Funeral Funeral Home. Buy Implement Business Harold and Paul Jennings purchased purchased the Allis Chalmers farm implement business from Desens Brothers, taking possession July 20. Desens Brothers.moved their Ford Agency to Janesville. Robert Wong, Janesville, purchased purchased the Log Gables Restaurant early in May, and operated it until until in November, when it was closed for the winter. Arthur Ploegert opened a meat processing plant early in the fall in the former Laubsch building on Vernal Avenue. Mrs. Muriel Cerney purchased the interest of Mrs. IJlah Potter in the Milton ' Junction Variety Store and is continuing the business business here. Mrs. Potter returned' to her home near Beloit. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Gray, who have operated the Ploegert Market Market for some time, purchased the business from Mr. Ploegert on Oct. 1. It is now known as Gray's Market. Market. Elmer Schwartz and J^e Sessler, Sessler, who owned and operated the Junction Sheet Metal and P]uml> ing Shop, dissolved partnership and I Mr. Schwartz now operates the [businsss from his home on Division Division Street. Mr. Cessler has located in Janesville. New Church Built I The ccmgregation of St., Mary's ICatholic Church erected a new church with attached parsonage, on Janesville Street in Milton. The old church on Rogers Street in Milton Junction was purchased by in

Clipped from Janesville Daily Gazette02 Jan 1954, SatPage 53

Janesville Daily Gazette (Janesville, Wisconsin)02 Jan 1954, SatPage 53
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