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Daily Journal (Newspaper) - July 2, 1955, Fergus Falls, Minnesota July 1955 Fergus Falls daily journal Page three new Industry coming to Fergus Falls soon Industrial development corporation secures 15acre site fertilizer Plant first Industry to locate near Southeast City limits a new Industry is coming to Fergus the Industrial development corporation announced the corporation is buying i 15acre site to accommodate Sev eral a mixed fertilizer processing Plant will be the first Industry secured by the Industrial develop ment who will build the Antici pates the Plant will be in operation by he is buying a tract of about three acres from the Fergus Falls the owned by George is North of the overpass at the Southeast Edge of the it is bounded by the great Northern Highway 3 and old Highway Wolford plans to erect a build ing with Square feet of floor Earth moving will be the first part of the the great Northern will build a Side track for the Only final arrangements with the Railroad re main to be construction of the building probably will Start in Wolford said he will ship in Potash from the phosphates from Florida and nitrogen solutions from the great they will be mixed and cured be fore delivery in bulk or bag storage space for tons will be he estimates employing seven men by the end of he anticipates adding More employees up to a Force of similar plants Are in operation at Albert Lea and near who is 36 years is married and the father of three daughters and a he is a Gen eral engineering graduate of Iowa state he spent a year and a half in tractor and heavy equipment sales at Des Moines and five and a half years As sales supervisor with a farm machinery company in North Dakota and he is Well acquainted in Minnesota and Southeastern North he and his fam ily Are moving soon to Fergus securing the Industrial site and the Industry involved Long hours of work on the part of the cites Industrial development corpor the group of men started a year ago to obtain new industries for Fergus president of the development corporation is Bernie Sam Sigelman is vice Mer Ald Enstad is Secretary and Tom Van meter is other directors Are Cyrus de Henry John the Enos wind Sor and Robert Denver photographer and wife Friberg visitors Friberg relatives literary dropped in of the Blue to visit the Herbert Moores sunday afternoon when their daughter and and Dean Conger and his and Cecil Conger came by the Dean coming from landed at where his parents and took them Dean top photographer for the Denver pilots his own four passenger Cessna while they especially enjoyed fishing and boating on Lake Lizzie and Jewett the Moores took them sight seeing to state the like most were impressed by the great number of Beau in this and surround my they remarked they would appreciate even one of our lakes within 50 Miles from despite the fact both and have had More rain than usual this it is necessary to water the lawns regularly to keep them the visitors were surprised to learn our lawns arc quite Lush without artificial the Congers left for the cities thursday morning on newspaper business before returning to their respective University enrolment Little higher Minneapolis a the University of Minnesota reported thursday the current summer session has an enrolment of 788 355 More than it the same period last the Duluth Branch enrolment was up from 657 to 30 raids on Mainland Formosa the official Central news Agency reported today that nationalist troops on Quemoy and singed 30 successful commando raids on the Mainland coast and comm is held offshore islands in the past three Elbow Koep married in Aastad Church Ruby Wangsness becomes Bride of Wesley Koep in a setting of Pink and White Palms and lighted miss Ruby Kath Erine Wangsness and Wesley Koep were married in a double ring ceremony at Assiad lutheran Church on june the Sheldahl the Bride is the daughter of and Enoch Wangsness and the Groom is a son of Swanhild Koep of Elbow Lake and Ben nuptial music was played by Lone who also accompanied Goodwin Solo escorted by her the Bride wore a Chapel length gown of White Chantilly lace and net Over the fingertip veil was held in place by a lace Crown trimmed with seed pearls and she carried a Cascade bouquet of White philae Noesis and shattered Carna miss Joyce sister of the was maid of Wear ing Rose lace and net Over Satin and carried a Cascade bouquet of White carnations entered with Rose misses Arlene Laljer men Ruu and Avis were bridesmaids wearing Green lace and net Over they carried bouquets of Pink carnations Cen tired with Rose Flower girls were Beth Pletan and Kath Erine wearing White lace and net Over Satin and carry ing Pink and White the Bride had fashioned her own gown and veil and also those of the bridesmaids Flower girls and or Roger Cousin of the was Best Ushers were Lloyd Anderson and Myron a reception was held in the Church Parlours with Clinton Grose acting As Joanne Piepho had charge of the guest Book Goodwin Jerrold Roble and Lloyd Anderson were in charge of the 4tier wedding baked by Trygve was Cut and served by Sigvart Ander son and Merle Walter Wangsness and har old Slatten waitresses were Theresa Shirley Ellen Hjermenrud and Kathleen assisted by Ernest Edwin Edwin Bennie Walt Laural Fagre and miss Edna Koep is a graduate of Elbow Lake High school and is now employed it Lake Region Koep is with the 10th division at fort Kansas and will leave for Germany a cow will drink about 300 pounds of water to produce 100 pounds of showers Here and elsewhere during night rainfall in this City was of an to southward there were two Thunder show ers in Fergus Falls last one in the late the other in the Early but the total rainfall was Only of an the showers Here covered Only a limited being some of the scattered showers that the weather Bureau was the rainfall was heavier farther Alexandria reported Only for the night and Moorhead but Hedwood in the Southern Section of the state had Winona about an Inch and Rochester and Cloud each the twin which have been praying for had several Points in Iowa had an Inch or bet the indications Call for continued scattered Hail at offer fair Lake people who came in from Otter Tail Lake this moral or report a roaring up noise about 6 and a heavy fall of Hall at one Point near the it seemed to Cut a narrow Streak across the Perham had nearly an Inch of rain the rainfall in the Northwestern part of the county last night was much heavier than it was Perham reports a fall of of an Inch with a Little Hail in the Shower last and of an Inch in the Early morning this making a total of shooting was justifiable coroners jury clears deputies who shot demented Man who had wounded two a a Beltrami county coroners jury ruled Friday that the slaying of a Farmer by a Bel Trami sheriffs posse thursday was justifiable homicide in self de killed was Ole who shot two deputies when they attempted to seize him for a men Tal the wounded deputies were re ported in Good condition one of Dale required 36 stitches to close two Scalp creases made by Rifle bullets fired by the Albert Benning was wounded in the lower Back by Bullet Williamson later died in Volley of shots fired by posse men led by sheriff John Todd county Man suffers Brief amnesia a Swanville Man who disappeared temporarily saturday night apparently was the victim of Brief Lloyd a Man of regu Lar failed to show up at his hotel room As his car had been seen on a Road West of Swanville Early in the evening and residents became Todd county sheriff James Bain said the car was found with doors and windows securely lock there was no sign of a search continued through the at 6 Rue was found approaching his he could not remember driving to the spot where his car was he said he had become ill with a dizzy spell and took several he could remember some 30 searchers who watched the Road believe he must have made his Way through Pelican team to compete in Talent contest Mervin and Joann win ners of the West Otter Tail county Talent will compete with the winners from 17 other counties in the District search for 4h Talent contest to be held in Alexandria on july 6 at 8 they won the county contest with their acrobatic tumbling and the son and daughter of and Lawrence Sorum of Pelican rap Are members of the Pelican 4h the District contest is one of five being held throughout the three winners from each of these contests will take part in the state search for 4h Talent contest at the Minnesota state fair wednesday in he 4h club the Talent contest is being sponsored for the sixth successive year by the University of Minne Sota agricultural Extension Venice in cooperation with awards Are being provided by the Minneapolis Grain firm to District and state Cham Cedric Adams will emcee the District and state with his evening news broadcast originating from the Alexandria High school on july Hole family reunion has Large attendance attendance at the Holte fam ily reunion in Underwood Juli 19 was the largest Ever had guests came from Moor and the Underwood As the Day was extremely both meals were eaten on the in the afternoon snapshots and moving pictures were the next reunion is scheduled to be at hearing service River inn hotel july 5 Arnold Grondahl certified consultant Monotone the House of Hiaring driven theatre a dignified service that meets tie need of every family ample parking Gle Dejohnson funeral Home 301 Washington phone 7064 Fergus Falls Evan Adolph Glende Johnson Jerome Johnson associate 24 hour ambulance service gillespies 28 semiannual Price shoe 5 Days Only doors open 9 july 5 Sale ends july 9 the Only shoe which comes to you every y2 year where you make As much Money As you spend for every pair on this Sale is Worth full the More shoes you the More Money you make main floor ladies style shoes of nationally advertised brands sweethearts by Pennant natural Zers accents Selby pumps straps illusion heels ties High heels medium heels All shoes on Racks placed according to size for your convenience mens shoes Edwin Wright Roblee Woven leathers soles Many narrow widths above shoes Price basement ladies Flats and sports natural Zers Penobscot Buster Browns liners White beige Black Brown Blue Green 7 table 1 table childrens shoes by Buster Brown one group of childrens shoes on Sale at one special Price no charges no approvals no exchanges no returns Gillespie shoe 123 Lincoln Avenue West

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