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CHRIS PASCHEN FARM TO BECOME HOME FOR AGED " Paschendale," one time country estate of Chris Pnsehen, former building commissioner, located on the Illinois-Wisconsin Illinois-Wisconsin Illinois-Wisconsin state line, two and a half miles northeast of Anti-och, Anti-och, Anti-och, has been purchased hy the Woman's Catholic Order ot Foresters. Foresters. Mrs. Anna R. Downes of Gray's Lake, head of the order, announces it will be used as a home for the aged. The eighty acres is improved with a sixteen room residence, servants quarters, farm barns, and has , a private private leakc. The property was purchased purchased from former Circuit. Court Judge William Fenimore Cooper, who secured it through foreclosure. Roger P. Minwegen was broker for the seller and Michael Madden represented represented the buyer.

Clipped from Chicago Tribune, 05 Apr 1936, Sun,  Page 63

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Chicago Tribune
(Chicago, Illinois)
05 Apr 1936, Sun  • Page 63