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PINE RIVER JOURNAL VOLUME III NUMBER 18 THE PINE RIVER JOURNAL, PINE RIVER, CASS COUNTY, MINNESOTA, THURSDAY, DTCEMBER 9,193V IV> SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 Per Yeai NEWS BRIEFS OF INTEREST FROM 'ROUND THE STATE PTA MET MONDAY EVE. MODERN DAN BOONES LEAD DEER TO DEATH Interna uonal Falls.— A fantastic story of how two hunte;-s captured a 200-pound deer and literally led him to slaughter on the opening day of the season was told here recently. Bill Harris and Bd Schiller, both of Rani- er, had hunted all Saturday morning, without getting a shot, even though they changed locations several t'mes. In desperation they drove out the Black Bay road and stopped midway, between Rainier and Island View. Tramping weariy through the bush, ■they suddenly espied two bucks, thei^ horns locked in mortal combat. Both The regular meeting of the PTA was held at the school auditorium on Monday evening, December 6. A short business meeting was held after which the following program was given: Three vocal selections by the faculty male quartett- Messers Jones Haack, Matthews and Butler. Talk by Supt. Haack, who discussed the diagnostic work being carried on in the school this year. Vocal duet by Leone Rounds and Florence Kline. A skit entitled "The Proposal" by Johnny Gearheart, Douglas Erickson, and Edna Shiffer. The play was directed by Miss Torske. The traveling prize was awarded to the 5th grade, and the prize invitation in the third grade was made by Maxine Dubbs. The door prize was won by Mr. Jones. Lunch was served by the 5th grade mothers. The n_<t meeting has been post-' ORDER BY GOV. CLOSING SEASON FOR GAME FISH OBITUARY NOTICE OF BIDS To the people of the State of Minnesota, to the Secretary of State of Minnesota, to the Law Enforcement Officers of the Conservation Department of the State of Minnesota; and to all! „,,*«"*_' "*."" ' _ ._'._-. i cutting and packing of others whom it may concern: Peter Eclov passed away at the home of Ivar Moen in Jenkins township, on Thursday of lj.st week, ac the age of 78 years. Funeral services were conducted at the local Church Saturday, with Rev. Ziebarth officiating and at Stockholm, S. D., Sunday, where interment was made. Sealed bids will be received for the 1000 cakes of Ice, 16 in. X 20 in. Bids to be in by WHEREAS, Investigation having ,-,„_„_. ,„ „. _, . . . , December 13. The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Land O'Lakes Creamery mid-term vacation. hunters fired and the larger of the . - „ , . . . „.. . ,,,„ poned until Jan. 10, because of the creatures fell dead, two bullets in his ' shoulder. The two hunters recalled that they were several miles from their car and two deer carcasses would be a lot to drag. Then they decided to make the remaining animal walk himself to death and save them the trouble. Being unable to disintangle the living from the dead deer, they cut off the latter's horns, leaving them dangling on the other's head. They had no rope, therefore led the animal by the horns. It was a difficult task they said, because the Henry Norman returned to his buck, though tired from fighting, was home in Pine River Sunday evening, far from dead. Several times he shook them into the bushes but each P.R. MAN RETURNS SUN. FROM GRAND COULEE DAM "MARCH OF MINN." ON AIR IN SERIES OF BROADCASTS from Grand Coulee Dam. which is located in the state of Washington. been made by the Division of Gam- and Fish, Department of Conservation with reference to providing additional, necessary and aaequate protection for the propagation of game fish throughout the state of Minnesota, and WHEREAS, It having been found that there is grave danger of undue depletion of such game fish by a continuance of taking such fish during the open season as now^fixed by law in waters throughout the state, and WHEREAS, This order is necessary for the protection and preservation | of such game fish found in the lakes I '°ne of the most unusual program and streams throughout the state o.iIcleas in the hi8tory of radio was Minnesota launched last Sunday, Decembed 9 NOW, THEREFORE, I, Elmer A. ■- a new series of Program*, "The Benson, as Governor of the state olMarch of Minnesota." Minnesota, hereby find that pursuant! In the interest of developing a bet- to the authority of the provisions ot ter understanding and through that Mason's Minnesota Statutes of 1927, i understanding a better well-being ol Section 5640, that all species of game'1 fish are in danger of undue depletion, Only 27 Votes Cast At Village Election TABERNACLE NEWS and in conference with such provisions I hereby order and proclaim un- der penalties prescribed by law, no person shall take any game fish ot. any variety from any of the waters businesses and industries are coop- crating in presenting the story ot Minnesota to its citizens. In a series of 26 broadcasts, the interest stories of Minnesota's early days will be dramatized. The mus- time they regained a hold on the ani- He has been employed at the dam for of'the state of Minnesota) ln any man. j leal portion of the programs will feat ure eighty-five members of the Min- 0 yar.dsvof their government project, and the largest11937/unoYtheT-oUowlng opening date neapolis Symphony under the direct! mal. After a two-hour struggle and the Past three months. The dam, a; ner whatsoever, from December 31,! HEIFER car, the hunters were compelled to of its kind in the United States, is for tne taking of such game fish a? shoot their quarry. "That animal 84 blocks long, 10 blocks wide and the fixed by statute for taking of same sure was tough," Harris said later, spillway has a 250 foot drop. Approx-1 except that rough fish such as carp • _ could hardly push a fork into his 'imately 7000 men are employed in j dogfishi redhorse, sheepshead, cat feravy." I three 8-hour shifts when everything fish] suckerSi eelpout, garfish bull- . iis in fnll swing. Construction has hea(ls of any sizej whitefish. not less ! been closed down for the winter EYES months and will not be resumed un- | til March at which time Mr. Norman plans on .returning. The dam has been under construction for the past four years, and it is estimated that an additional four years will be necessary to complete this huge undertaking. Mr. Norman which have CALF IS WITHOUT BORN ANY on of Daniele Amfitheatrof. Presented over WCCO, Minneapolis ; KDAL, Duluth; WMFG, Hibbing WHLB, Virginia; and KROC, Rochester, "The March of Minnesota" will ue: heard from 6:30 to 7:30 each Sunday evening. Special musical backgrounds are Chatfield.—A heifer calf born to a Guernsey cow belonging to John Hand : er of this vicinity was perfect in every respect save one—it had no eyes. This highly unusual animal freak possessed no semblance of eyes, although it did have two narrow slits states that the towns may be taken in accordance with the, beinS arranged for the dramatic pre- provisions of Section 5585, as amend-1 mentations as well as a new march ed 1933, Chapter 392, Section 27, ex- composed by Amfitheatrof, which has the same title as the broadcasts, "The in its forehead where the eyes should sprung up over-nite since constructi- have been. Because a calf laboring on began remind him of stories of under such an obvious handicap would the gold rush of '49. Men, women never grow up to be a 'contented cow' Mr. Hander disposed of it. SMALL CHILD SWALLOWS AN OPEN SAFETY PIN and children from all parts of the country have flocked to Washington, and in a short time have created four good sized cities. RUMMAGE SALE AT M.E. CHURCH SAT.i Browerville.—Having swallowed an open safety pin a two year-old child has met the unusual experience of suffering no ill consequence s from the unfortunate incident. Paul, the two year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Greip of Staples, accidentally swallowed an open safety pin at his Chm.cn _,m sponsor a Rummage Sale home one evening last week. He was ,_ th_ M E church basement 0_ rushed to physicians who took sever- Satnrdayf December 11, starting at al X-ray pictures and £ound that an 1Q . m There _,,_ be men,Si ^^ operation would not be necessary as _nd chlldPe-,s clothing, toys, books, the, pin had not lodged in the baby's _ew neckties etC- Coffee and dougn. stomach. The pin was satisfactorily removed by means of n special diet and it is reported the child has fully recovered. CITY GETS 6,500 POUNDS OF AUTOMOBILE LICENSES nuts will also be served. Anyone having anything they wist» to donate toward the sale are asked ,to leave articles with Mrs. Butler Your donations will be appreciated. CARD OF THANKS Moorhead.—Laden with 193S Minne- We wish to express our sinews sota auto licenses, 143 cartons weijrh- thanks t0 the many friends and neleb- cept that angling for such fish shall be prohibited during the closed period as provided for in this order. Such rough fish as referred to above, except bullheads, may also be taken in accordance with the provisions of Section 5574-2, as amended 1933, Chapter 49. Provided, nothing in this proclamation contained shall restrict the power of the Director of the Division of Game and Fish, Department of Conservation, to carry on lake improvement by the removal of rough March of Minnesota." During each program, a special radio hookup will be made at some Minnesota city and several people from different localities" will be interviewed by Cedric Adams. During the interviews, citizens of Minnseota in all walks of life will discuss their part in making the state a pleasnt place in which to live. "The March of Minnesota" broad- easts in presenting the cavalcade ot the state, will point out how all busi- This week the Pine River Gospel Tabernacle is holding special meetings under the leadership of Mr. Wm. O. Larson, a Twin City business man and former State Auto Examiner. Mr. Larson is a man of broad experience and insight into life and the knowledge of the Wrord of God. His talks are unusual and very original. He plays several different musical instru- j ments and enlivens his services with choruses, sometimes of his own composition. The meetings will close on Sunday night according to present plans. On Thursday evening of next week there will be a missionary program in charge of Mrs. MacKinney. The work of finishing the interior is- progressing with speed and by next Sunday the building will be weather proofed. On Monday Dec. 13, there'will be a sectional rally of the Full Gospel people in these parts at the Emily Tabernacle.. A number of cars are expect- ted to go from Pine River. Friends are expected to bring sandwiches and a hot meal will be served by the Emily hosts. There will be services at 2:30 and 7:30 p. m. Rev. Ivan Miller Dean of the North Central Bible Institute Minneapolis, will speak in the evening. The village election which was held at the local armory on Tuesday of this week, drew one of the smallest votes in the history of Pine River. A total of 27 ballots were cast with little or no opposition. 85 voters went to the polls last year. Evidence that the taxpayers of the village are well satisfied with the present administration is shown in the fact that all old members that were up for re-election were unanimously elected. Also the new councilman, L. W. Isensee was elected without any opposition. Judges for the election were Mrs. W. J. Webb, Mrs. Clyde Townsend, Clarence Siefert and W. C. Cromett. Tabulated results of the election are as follows: Mayor Maj. H. C. Skinner Councilman (3 years) L. W. Isensee Clerk (2 years) Arvid Lundin Treasurer (2 years) Dr. Dingle Dr. Meland 27 24 2T 25 1 NEW SCHOOL BLDG. AT FEDERAL DAM fish as provided for in Section 5609-1 ^ess and a11 people, whether farmers, as amended 1927, Chapter 437. Sec- ■ factory workers, minors, railroad men tion 1, or under Chapter 5605 Ma- clerks or housewives, are dependent upon each other for the future success of Minnesota. VFW AND AUX. NEWS son's Minnesota Statutes. | Provided, that the provisions of this order shall not apply to the boundary waters in this state. FUTHERMORE, that this order shall take effect from and after the Regular meetings of the VFW and date hereof and shall remain in force Auxiliary were held at the armory on until the 1st day of July, 1938, unless Dec. 6, with the newly installed offi- sooner revoked or modified. . |cers. Commander Dubbs and Presi- Gov. Elmer A. Benson dent Triggs in charge of their re- The above order nasi closed the fol- pective meetings, lowing lakes in Cass and Crow Win?! The beautiful linen lace table cloth Counties to all manner of winter fist-- which the ladies purchased for dis- ing 6,500 pounds were unloaded here at the branch motor vehicle registration office in the city hall. The num- bors who so kindly assisted us during the illness and death of our beloved daughter and sister. We also wis>> ing during the 1937-38 season: Cass County Ada Four Point Five Point Lawrence Mule Norway Pike Bay of Cass Lake Pleasant or Little Whitefish /bers are in the same series as those t0 thank everyone for the beautiful Mortage, T. 133, 145, R. 27-28 of preceding years, enabling motorists to obtain the same numbers which their 1937 plates bear, providing they are not taken out of order. *lpral offerings given by friends and Rainey teachers. , Edward Roske and family 1 CHR'STMAS PROGRAM AT THE LUTHERAN CHURCH DEC. 19th. FEATURES YOU WILL LIKE E. W. Pickard's Weekly N< ws Review" coments on Secretary Roper's declaration that the entire tax structure of the United States should be revised. Irvin S .Cobb finds fairness is closely akin to common sense. The famous writer cites a legal case as example in his column today. Finney of the Force protests but gets a physical examination anyway! He's one of the numerous comic characters on the Fnnny Page. The Trinity Luthpran Sunday school of Pine River, will give their annua1 mid-winter program for the Christmas season, on Sunday evening, De- Blackb.ear cemher 19, at 8 p. m. Everyone is cordially invited to attend. Sylvan Ten Mile Twenty-Six Cass and Crow Wing Mayo , Sniokey Hollow Agate Bass, T. 137-138, R. 25 Big Rabbit posal was on display and received the enthusiastic approvel of all members. The Auxiliary wishes to thank the public for their splendid support given them at the Turkey Shoot held recently. The Auxiliary received a love- 1 ly set of cards with an engraved insignia and name of the local organization, for use in their Sunshine work, from Mrs. D. L. Triggs. Mesdames Gardner and Felthouse attended the installation of officers of the Steiner Nairon Aux. of St Paul on Nov. 12. The Auxiliary sends best wishes to Mrs. Mary Jones who is ill. Carlson Crooked I Edna A ' E&W Fox, T. 138, R Half Moon ; "I Don't Take Mental Cases thrilling new detective mvstery novel by Ruth Burr Sanborn. Begin reading ' x it in the American Weekly, the mag-1 ; azine distributed with next Sunday's Chicago Herald and Examiner. Jean Button was a week-end visiter at her home here. Use A Want Ad Miller Peterson Portage. Ross Smith Ann Oleson Black Blue . Clinker Eagle Erskine Greer Jim Lows Perry Pickerel Rogers Sandbar or Horseshoe Stark 590 ARRESTTD BY PATROL IN OCTOBER DUTY 30 Stream forming connecting water between Upper and Lower Long. Thompson Twenty-Two Twin Lakes Upper Dean Upper Hay As the result of 590 arrests in October by the Highway patrol of the Minnesota Highway Department, fines totaling $7,202.10 were imposed, it was revealed by the patrol's monthly report to N. W. Elsberg, state highway commissioner. For improper equipment, 140 drivers were arrested and 82 apprehended after going through "stop" signs. Drunken driving accounted for 44 of the arrests, careless driving for 65, speeding for 64. Revenue estimated at $4,526.05 was recovered for the state treasury during October by the license correction A step, and a long one at that, toward the fulfillment of a dream that Federal Dam has had for adequate school facilities is to be taken this week when a crew of 20 men will begin the first unit of a new building, size 55X64, built by WPA labor under the sponsorship of the Unorganized School District of Cass County. The Board is composed of Aaron Zaffke, chairman of the county board, W. T. McKeown, county treasurer, and J. W. Wickland, county superintendent of schools. To start the project, $6, 195 in federal funds has been allotted by the St. Paul office of Victor Christ gau, state administrator, to which will be added $2,284 by the District as a sponsor's initial contribution. The work now undertaken is limited to the construction of the basement walls and first floor slab. Continuation from that point will depend on available relief labor in the community and the continuation beyond July 1 of the WPA program. The complete project involves approximately $34,500, of which the sponsor's share will approximate $18,000, all of which will be used to provide materials and meet other than labor costs. The project was put into operation by A. T. Gilbertson, district director, on the assumption it will be completed as a WPA job but because of present limitations on the program, the restrictions outlined were necessary and were agreeable to the sponsor. patrol, bringing the total for 19'!7 to Nov. 1, to $212,247.08 in license fees collected, which otherwise would have been lost. In addition the Highway patro: gave first aid to 20 injured persons and attended 155 accidents din-in? the month. It helped 1,002 motorists by making minor ajustments and repairs on cars stalled on the highways, delivered gasoine to 166 automobiles and pulled 105 cars out of the ditches Traffic directions were given to 83,902 motorists. During October 7,826 drivers wore warned for infractions of the traffic code and illegal equipment tags were handed out to 1,645 persons. STATE'S ROAD FUTURE THREATENED BY U. S. AID SLASH PROPOSAL Warning that Minnesota's state highway improvement program faces almost complete shutdown by July 1, 1938, with disastrous results to community progress, road building and employment conditions in every section of the state, was broadcast by letter this week to the 436 members ot the state's 87 county boards by W. C. Minks, Secretary of the Minnesota Association of County Commissioners. Every county board in the state was urged to take immediate and vigorous action, demanding that Minnesota's delegation in Congress fight against the cancellation of federal! aid highway funds suggested by the President in his special message to Congress on November 30. At the same time the facts of this Impending crisis were pointed out by State Highway Commissioner Elsberg, in letters to each Minnesota Senator and Congressman. HONOR ROLL The following new and re-newal subscriptions to the Journal havo been received the past week. Look at the label on your paper, if you are in arrears, stop in and see us. I. J. Cottrell, Jenkins Ole Hauggarde, Pine River L. C. Peterson, Walker E. A. Bowman, Minneapolis Roy Lembke, Minneapolis. Minn. Power and Light Co., Duluth Mrs. Harold Scharf, Burlington.Wis ! LAND TRANSACTIONS Recent land transactions made by the Pioneer Land of Pine River, include a 40 acre improved farm three miles from Pine River, sold to Charley R. Vance; and 120 acres of unimproved land in Bungo twp. to Carl Kronenwetter of Wisconsin. Mr. Hanson reports several other transactions under way that will be completed in the near future. Try a Want Ad! A ROMANTIC NEW SERIAL OF MEXICO! __a___—n* iw_ri_in_y_BB_B_^__ GEORGE AGNEW CHAMBERLAIN'S UNDER PRESSURE Joyce Sewell's fast-moving adventure among dark-skinned cut-throats, Mexican generals and attaches of the American embassy... an entirely different serial, running in this paper. DON'T MISS IT! -r
|Title||The Pine River Journal (Pine River, Minnesota), 1937-12-09|
|Edition||Volume 3, Number 18|
|Date of Creation||1937-12-09|
|Publishing Agency||Grant D. Bergstrom (Pine River, Minnesota)|
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|Locally Assigned Subject Headings||Pine River Journal|
|Minnesota City or Township||Pine River|
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PINE RIVER JOURNAL
VOLUME III NUMBER 18
THE PINE RIVER JOURNAL, PINE RIVER, CASS COUNTY, MINNESOTA, THURSDAY, DTCEMBER 9,193V
SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 Per Yeai
NEWS BRIEFS OF
'ROUND THE STATE
PTA MET MONDAY EVE.
MODERN DAN BOONES
LEAD DEER TO DEATH
Interna uonal Falls.— A fantastic
story of how two hunte;-s captured a
200-pound deer and literally led him
to slaughter on the opening day of
the season was told here recently. Bill
Harris and Bd Schiller, both of Rani-
er, had hunted all Saturday morning,
without getting a shot, even though
they changed locations several t'mes.
In desperation they drove out the
Black Bay road and stopped midway,
between Rainier and Island View.
Tramping weariy through the bush,
■they suddenly espied two bucks, thei^
horns locked in mortal combat. Both
The regular meeting of the PTA
was held at the school auditorium on
Monday evening, December 6. A short
business meeting was held after
which the following program was given:
Three vocal selections by the faculty male quartett- Messers Jones
Haack, Matthews and Butler.
Talk by Supt. Haack, who discussed the diagnostic work being carried
on in the school this year.
Vocal duet by Leone Rounds and
A skit entitled "The Proposal" by
Johnny Gearheart, Douglas Erickson,
and Edna Shiffer. The play was directed by Miss Torske.
The traveling prize was awarded to
the 5th grade, and the prize invitation in the third grade was made by
Maxine Dubbs. The door prize was
won by Mr. Jones.
Lunch was served by the 5th grade