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Brainerd Daily Dispatch (Newspaper) - September 26, 1966, Brainerd, Minnesota Brainerd daily dispatch min monday sept. 26, Imi Bunya land Calendar tonight 6 . A toastmasters vans cafe. It 6 . A Staples rotary with District governor present so Der a cafe. 7 .�?civil air patrol Wie land Field. 7 30 . A Brainerd safety Council Council Chambers. 8 . A sad. 3, a.a., 712vi Laurel. 8 .�?Pequot lakes Home school. 8 . A painters Union. Labor Temple. 8 a Clarence Nelson legion Post Crosby. 6 .�?Aitkin quarterbacks i Cap. Tuesday 8 30�?noon amp 1-3 .�?social Security officer pm. 132, fed eral bldg. 10 15 .-2 30 . A social Security officer Aitkin court-1 House. Noon rotary club country dub. 7 .�?Crosby Village Council. 7 30 .�?Staples City Council. I .�?day Center planning session St Aplas elementary school. 8 .�?sqd. I a.a., 712% Laurel Street. I .�?vfw, Hall. 8 .�?Aurora Lodge too of . Evading a Garrison school Board. Wednesday 8 30 . Breakfast for mrs. Harold Lavander and daughter Gantry Kitchen. I 2 30 .�?social Security office Ironton Village h4l 6 30 .�?Zonta dub . Church smorgasbord work meeting at Lucille a Book shelf following 1 30 .�?lions club. Van s cafe Lions club Daerwood sportsman Chib. I .�?sqd. 2. A. A., 712 % Laurel Street. I .�?myrin-Jame legion Post Ironton. 8 .�?Aitkin Jaycees 40 dub. Thursday noon Exchange club country Kitchen. 7 30 .�?Pine River firemen. Driver suffers soil tour planned for october 4 Stock Market quotations 35 i Honey we 72 into Harv 9% ins a l 51 Jos tens 301/ Fencott 72% Lori Ila re a Minn my Armet St 494 Minn p l Armour 30% Mobil Oil 21v4 in chm Simon Estes a Simon Estes concert is slated Here among the five attractions planned for presentation by the Lake area music association Here this season will be a concert by Simon Estes Bass Bari tone. Estes a native of Centerville Iowa recently won third place in the Tchaikovsky International vocal contest in Moscow and has been seen on the tonight show on television. This past month he was a guest of the president in the White House. Estes has Sung in five different operas in Germany during the past year and four times in Rome Italy. He has held Solo recitals in new York. New Jersey and his native Iowa and has won numerous awards and Grants in music circles. His performance will be one of five to be Given Here during the coming season. Memberships to the Lake area music association May be purchased this week Only today through saturday at the Headquarters in the lobby of the first Federal savings and loan association. Also slated for the concert season Here Are duo pianists. Howard and Patricia Barr nov. To Minneapolis symphony string Quarter dec. 8new York apr i . Stocks Allied cd the Crow Wing county soil Amerada conservation District Board of Ammor supervisors with the cooperation at amp to of the agricultural Extension of am 7b fice and county ass commit Ancona tee will conduct a conservation Arch in tour tuesday october 4 the tour is planned to show some of the soil and water con or Aner vation practices applied in i we Vej recent years As Well As alter of in on natives in land use and oppor-1 0% it Dairy unities in resource develop j?�0 a. Cat pillar 35% n n ga., Quot cd Mapp 33% nor Pac the tour Wil leave the court a amp new m no St pm House parking lot in Brainerd it Crysler m new 1 30 travel will be by car. Cut leg Sec 46i new Banc one Stop will show a wildlife cof sat 42vi be development area created in f c. A of d 1985 through the construction of con can 39% Phillips a water con rot Structure. A top j cont0i 59 play 61 % 38% 47% 12% 32% 46% 77% 22% 41% 49 25% is 43% 45% 46% 31% 92 will be made at an Alfalfa Field on Brainerd Sandy Loam soil Type. This soil Type according to j do a pm Erwin cederholm pcs Techni-1 Pont Cian is generally difficult to establish in Alfalfa however with Firestone Fertility treatments based on Pond a Vita Oil tests a Good stand has been established and maintained. Ontl data 36% Polaroid Deere 62% Ria Douglas 49% red owl 57% rep St 165 Rexall East Kod 116 Rey to 45% Sears Roe 42 Shell Oil Gen Mills another Stop will show a live Gen mtr Gen food 67 up Rand Stock watering pit constructed in 1964. An erosion control Structure and a 2,500 foot diversion Terrace will be seen at one Stop. At this Stop contour strip cropping and grass Waterways can also be seen. The work unit conservationist of pcs the county agent and the office staff As Well As county committee of ass will be on hand to discuss the practices and answer any questions relative to construction or Cost sharing which May be presented. The Public is invited both Farmers and City residents. Gen Tel Gillette Goodrich Gould Gino by Grey and Gulf Oil Hanna m Horn est k 55% St brands 74% St of Cal 40 St Oil ind 36% St of no 57 Swift 22 Texas ins 51% Union Oil 16% in Pac 54% u s steel 48 West Al 46 Alworth 59% 58% 46% 30% 140% 41% 15% 3% 23% 35 50% 60% 27% 31 59 48% 61% 38% 111% 53 36% 37% 45% 20% Man injured when struck by poles Mike Roskop 18, route i fort Ripley is Hospital Zed Here with injuries suffered Friday afternoon when some heavy electrical line poles rolled off a truck and struck him. Roskop employed by the Crow Wing Coop Power and Light company was working with a Crew near Onamia when the Accident happened. He was taken to the Onamia Hospital by Brainerd ambulance and later was transferred by ambulance to St. Josephus Hospital. According to reports he suffered a fractured Pelvis fractured ankle and possible internal injuries. Bruises in mishap Jesse r. Freeman suffered bruises about Ironton la . Aitkin sets discussion on housing Aitkin Allan e. Anderson state director of the housing and redevelopment authority will he present at a meeting set by the Aitkin county Board of male commissioners for tuesday singers chanter de Paris j oct. 4. Jan. 21 and Estes feb. 22 or Anderson will present info Marc. I. A fifth concert will be mation and answer queries con announced. I Kerning the housing and Rede association memberships Are a elopement authority for Aitkin saturday when the car he was$7.50 for adults and $4 for Stu county. Among the matters to driving struck a Light pole void pms. All concerts Are at 8.15. Discussed Are whether sub Washington Street near Highway . In Romstrom auditorium Standard areas exist in Aitkin at the Washington High school. County which cannot Rede. Miss Melba Griffin is at the yelped without government As Headquarters this week or distance whether adequate hours memberships May also be Sejong accommodations Are Avail cured through George w. Lind abbe servicemen and their Box 364, Campaign chairman or families whether there mrs. Stanley Gorham 421 n. Shortage of Safe and plan new 4-h Junior Leader program Here the county agricultural Extension office announced today that a new Junior leadership program is being considered for 4h-ers in Crow Wing county. Plans Call for chartering a county wide club for youths 14 years and older who Are enrolled in Junior leadership project. An organizational meeting is scheduled on wednesday october 5 at 8 00 . At the Brainerd Myca. All interested youths May attend. The club is intended to compliment the Junior leadership program now in Force. Ten county men inducted into army ten men from Crow Wing county were inducted into the army sept. 21, according to mrs. Pearl Jordan of the selective service office. The ten Are Douglas o. Bjorklund route 5 John m. Bosch 1024 Rosewood Randolph k. Johnson 212 Southwest 9th Dale d. Jones route 3, Aitkin Gerald d. Larson Pequot lakes Edwin l. Mills jr., route i Frank d. Ridlon Star route Deerwood Wally r. Schmoll 927 South 12th Loren r. Turner Ironton and Albin d. Olson route 3, Crosby. 25. Police officers said that damage to the car was about $200 and damage to the Light pole about $400 a a. A local briefs remember the Harvest smorgasbord on wed., sept. 28 at the . Church Corner of 4th Avenue and c adv fourth tary. Street financial Secre a notice Sty paid on Thrift certificates Security loan a Thrift corp. A Good place to borrow a better place to Savo Call 829-3518 708 front Street Brainerd stolen car recovered three nabbed a car stolen Here sept. 22 has been recovered in St. Peter and three youths have been captured and Are being charged with the theft according to police. Is a sanitary dwelling accommodations in the county available to persons of Low income at rentals they Cain afford. The Board of commissioners invites the Public to attend the 2 . Meeting in the courthouse and present evidence on the matter at this time. Cuyuna Range fire group meets Here members of the cuyp Ina Range firemen a association held a fire school and meeting in Brainerd yesterday. Featured attraction at the session was a demonstration by the new elevated platform truck snorkel by the Brainerd fire department. About too firemen attended. Also at the session were Brainerd mayor Clyde Gorham and members of the police and fire committee of the City Council. Also demonstrated was the Telephone alarm system used Here to Alert firemen. Cars damaged in Accident no one was injured but two cars were damaged in an Accident about 8 15 . Today on Highway 210 about la Miles West of Brainerd. Involved according to the Highway patrol were cars driven by Thomas w. Pierce route 2, Staples and Jerry w. Wetch Dillworth. Officers said that both cars were going West and that Pierce was in the process of making a left turn when the Accident happened. Damage was estimated $150. At Myca membership drive dinner set for tonight a final Myca membership drive dinner will be held at 6 30 . Today at the Myca. Reports from team members will be turned in at the dinner. Cliff Shoffner Shoffner serves Myca As night supervisor editors not ibis is another in a series of articles on Myca workers which is being carried during the present membership drive Cliff Shoffner to the night supervisor at the Myca. He has served in this capacity for the pest three years. Prior to coming Here he worked at the Des Moines Iowa a by a for twelve years As boxing coach and supervisor of the auxiliary gym. He also helps with the Golden Glove team Here during boxing season. Shoffner is Semi retired. His hobbies Are Golf fishing and shooting. He says that he enjoys his association with the a by a and thinks that the a by a is a wonderful thing for the people of the Community of All Ages. Former fort Ripley woman Dies sunday mrs. John Etta Butrum formerly of fort Ripley died at the Hospital in Webster City Iowa on sunday. Mrs. Butrum a born oct. 5, 1883. She is survived by two daughters mrs. Clarence Meyer of fort Ripley and mrs. Lowell Kay in Indiana two granddaughters and five grandsons including mrs. Joe Roskop and Marvin Meyer of fort Ripley. Two Sisters and a brother also survive. She was preceded in death by her husband and one daughter. Funeral service Are planned for wednesday at Webster City Iowa. County 4-h members at Duluth show nine Crow Wing county 4-h members and one adult Leader Are in Duluth for the Junior livestock show which is being conducted today and tomorrow. The 4-h members making the trip with their exhibits Are Kim Nelson North Prairie Vincent Moe Daggett Brook Gienda Grams Long Lake beavers Dennis Jessen North Prairie i Mark Strobel Gilbert Lake i Neal Boeder Cloverleaf Alex Klause Pine Center Dale Radunz North Prairie and Glenda Dircks Long Lake beavers. The adult leaders Clifford Boeder of the Cloverleaf club. I the animals and poultry sex i Hibits will be judged at the show i and then will be auctioned off to i the highest bidder. Births at. Joseph s Hospital or. And mrs. Ralph Noemi i Carol Jean Nelson Pine River a son Jeffrey Ralph six pounds 11% ounces september 24th. Or. And mrs. Richard Ledoux Judith borg415% second ave., n. E., Brainerd a daughter Matilda Harriet six pounds 7% ounces september 24th. I or. And mrs. Warren Leek Annabelle Johnson Pillager i a son seven pounds september 26th. Or. And mrs. Albert Peterson Barbara nuttbrock902 tenth ave., n. E., Brainerd a son Kyle Jason six pounds 9% ounce is september 26th. Or. And mrs. Stanley Isle j Terry Ella Tomberlin route i fort Ripley a son seven i pounds 11% ounces september 26th. Aurora Lodge no. Too . A stated communication of Aurora Lodge no. Too a. F. Amp a. M. Will be held in the masonic Hall tuesday sept. 27, at 8 . Fish Fry 6 15 preceding the meeting Carl e. Erickson w. M. Renamed president Minneapolis apr or. Donald e. Stewart Crookston was re elected president of the the car was taken from Lynn Minnesota division of the Amer its Hughes 1107 Pine Street. Arrested in St. Peter were two juveniles and one adult from this area. Deaths of former area men reported Aitkin a word has been received of the deaths of two for j Ings. Ican cancer society at Nual meeting Here during weekend. An the grass fire Brainerd firemen were called to the Preston Caughey farm about 3 30 . Yesterday when a grass fire endangered build Mer area men Adolph metzer and Johnny Heikaus formerly of the Garrison and Aitkin areas. Or. Metzer died unexpectedly at his Home in Coeur do Alene Idaho this past week apparently of a heart attack. He formerly lived in the Garrison area. Or. Heikaus former Aitkin resident died thursday of last week at Cedarburg wis. Funeral services for both men were planned for today. George Powers Dies at Long Beach Calif. George l. Powers 75, formerly of Minneapolis died in Long Beach Calif on saturday. Or. Powers was a brother of mrs. Harley Swenson formerly of Brainerd and now at Crookston. Other survivors include a sister Jennie Minneapolis and a brother John Waite Park. Services were planned for Stillwater today. Quiet efficiency and warm understanding our beige review Al room Homelike and comfortable. Here the family and friends have an Opportunity to visit quietly together. Halvorson Johnson funeral Home Brainerd residential centrally located 7th and Oak streets phone 829-3581 one easy loan pays All your Bills borrow 600 pay Only $22.41 per month Loans arranged by mail or phone Call 829-3518 Security loan and Thrift corporation 700 front Street r reds White \ Coad / food stores v h Street and Mill Avenue prices effective tuesday and wednesday value checked club Steak la. 69 Fine ground Bologna 3.0 0, orc rings q Wilson a Boneless canned hams 5-lb. Can fresh Green lettuce 2�?29 t no. I red Minnesota potatoes 10-lb. Bag 39 Fried the Day you buy cake donuts coconuts Orange banana Plain cinnamon sugar or powdered sugar Doz. 33 White or colors patrician facial tissue 400 count Box or Wax Tex Wax paper c 100-ft. Roll 19 Hunts fruit cocktail no. 300 can 19 Lucky whip desert Topping pkg. 19 breakfast prunes 2-lb. Pkg. 39 vets Nugget dog food 25-lb. $>69 b.9 a Maxwell House Coffee 3-lb. Can $198 your giant value. Stamp super Market open monday tuesday Friday until 9 00 p. M

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