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VOLUME X NUMBER 7 THE PINE BIVEB JOURNAL, PINE BIVEK, PASS OOU'NTf, MINNESOTA, PKIDAY, MAY 11947 SUB: i<;2.00 I'ine River and Vicinity—$2.50 Elsewhere Out of the TO SPEAK HERE IN JUNE by C. M. A. Baddy Poppy Week started last Sunday, May 18, and the little red flowers, familiar to everyone, w__ represent tlie worn, of thousands of disabled veterans of both Wo.id Wars. will.he on sale in i'ine River Saturday. May 24. The Buddy Poppy is far more th in a clever arrangement of tissue paper and wire woven together to produce a facsimile oi the flowers which grow in Flanders Fields, between the rows of crosses which represent tlie only tangible link' between ihe living and the dead of World War I. Blather, it is a symbol of sacrifice and pain. of hope and courage and loyalty to one"s comrades. * "* :.- . 'Imagine, if you can. being in the full flush of youth, feeling alive ami vital, full of hope and with great ex- ipansive [dans for the future. Consider proinfi' away to war with every intention of returning home ai ihe end of tlie conflict and resuming the interrupted schedule of life, where ii was laid down upon the call to arms.; Suppose, however, that the providence which shapes the lives of men, decreed otherwise and the cessation of hostilities was only the beginning Ol a life of pain. * * * * Government hospitals throughout the nation were crowded' with th'9 shattered cripples of World War 1, iipon the outbreak of the second War, ami since tlie en of that flaming struggle, the roll-call of those who will ;be forever incapacitated, has increased ten fold. * * * * New hospitals have had to be, and are. still being built to care for those who, even though living, gave more than life itself in defense of this democracy ancl the people who live witn in it. * * * * For them there is no future—only an endless succession of days of pain, followed toy nights of torment. Their future fell with them upon the battlefield, where it remained when thev were evacuated to the realm of shattered hopes and Wasted plans. There is nothing worse than the sight of men going forward in tlie full confidence of their youth and strength, each one certain that no harm can befall him, only to see them fail with shattered arms and legs and' bodies. * 9 ¥ T. There is nothing more inspiring than the magnificent courage demonstrated by these same men as they endeavor to help themselves and oth- ers. in the few ways open to them. The Buddy Poppy represents a great deal of effort, put forth by the handicapped veterans, and in the light of the sacrifice made liy them originally, their fashioning of these flowers assumes extra significance and commands additional respect. * >:; r- * They did not hesitate to give then- all upon the altar of freedom—and we should not hesitate to give all we can for them. Buy a Buddy Poppy ! FAITH LUTHERAN PASTOR ATTENDS CONVENTION IN WISC. Lutherans of the English Evangelical Lutheran '.Synod of the Northwest of the united Lutheran Church in America, with which Faith Lutheran Ohureh of Swanburg is affiliated, held their 57th annual convention at Madison. Wise.. May 20 to 22. Pastor-; .and laymen from five slates and Cm. ada were in attendance. Pastor Raymond Johnson and .Mr. John Heemstra lay delegate of Faith Church, attended all sessions. .Missionary Charles H. Reinbreeht w<ho spent three years as a prisoner of 'the Japanese and several months in the Orient and Europe immediately after his release, addressed a special pre-convention service Monday of this week, in behalf of (Lutherans' post war world relief program, known as Lutheran World Action. Missionary Reinbreeht, a graduate of Middlebury College and Philadelphia Lutheran Seminary, served as missionary to China from 1928 until his internment by the Japanese. The iLutherans are raising K) million dollars in 1946 and '4.7, for physical relief in Europe, aid to the church in Europe and support of Missions formerly maintained by European churches. The Northwest Synod' has raised $170,000.00 of its $240,000.00 share of the 10-million dollar program. Important matters for consideration at the 'convention, were a proposal that the .Synod strengthen its support of Carthage Collee toy accepting the invitation of the college board to eiect a certain number of its directors; a proposed change in the constitution of the UCLA to open the way for establishing a post-graduate Lutheran Theological Seminary in conjunction with other Lutheran general bodies and the consideration of reports on the activities and expansion of the Synod. Dr. Clarence C. Stongh- ton, Stewardship secretary of the UC LA, represented the general body and reporteu on its work. LOCALS Mrs. Harris Zigmund and Jlrs. Marion Sherwood were hostesses Monday afternoon at a farewell party in honor of -Mis. Francis Siefert who is moving to St. Paul Park at the end of the month. A onet-hirty luncheon was served after which the afternoon was spent socially. The Ootogon club met Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Fred Hemp- REV. G. C. WEISS The people of Pine Kiver and the neighboring communities have again requested Kev. <;. c. Weiss to ho'.dl missionary and gospel services in his home town tliis summer. .Mr. Weiss has responded favorably to this request and accordingly plans in he in I'ine Kiver for cue week of meetings in the armory. Dates are from .lime 10 to 20, Sunday through Frldaj Inclusively! People who enjoyed these Services during the two years pis:. will want to attend again and everyone else is invited as well. Mr. Weiss has made a trip abroad since last year's meetings, having siient part of last summer in the British West Indies and in Cuba. He was chief speaker at t'le Jamaica Keswick convention in tlie Island of Jamaica, last year. It is expected that Walter Blackwood of pig Kails, Minnesota, will be present for the services to sing solos and lead the singing. .Many of the former attendants will remember Kev. Blackwood from his presence in the meetings two years ago in the same capacity. Missionary pictures will also be shown at some of tlie services and meetings will he conducted similar to those of the past two years. Everyone in the community is invited and everyone will be welcome. Mr. Weiss was reared in Bungo Township, west nl" I'ine lli.iver and always enjoys coining hack io tils home town. His wife and children «ill he with liim during his stay in Pine Kiver, and will make their home at Birch wood Park Kesort on Norway iLake. Saturday night. June 21, with Kev. Weiss as speaker. At this writing. UY A : LOCALS Mrs. Emma < loggias was hostess to a group of ladies Thursday afternoon. including Mesdames Germaine, Wilson Smith. H. A. fork, Anna ISparks and Mrs. Frank Siefert. Ice cream and cake was sewed .after a very pleasant afternoon. Chas. Lea Home Damaged by Fire Monday Monday morning while Mrs. Chas. Lett was engaged in it phase of spring house cleaning which necessitated her being in the yard of her home, she noticed smoke coming fropi the roof of the house, tind immediately called the Pequot Lakes Rural Fire Protection unit which arrived on the scene 'Within 20-minutes, and in lime to subdue the threatening blaze which had not yet started to burn in full force. Extensive damage was done to the upper section of the bouse which was fortunately covered by insurance. The lower walls were damaged to some extent by the water used in extinguishing the blaze. A defective chimney is believed to have been the cause of the fire. Lutheran Ladies Hold Rummage Sale Today The Lutheran Ladies Aid will hold a Rummage Sale today, Friday, in the Marlow (dub rooms and everyone is invited. Many articles of practical value wall be offered for sale ancl hot coffee and lunch wall be served thruout the afternoon. Christian Youth Hold Fellowship Meeting A meeting in the interest of and for the organization . of a Christian Youth. Fellowship will be held at the filverview Tabernacle, Pine Itiver, on Monday, June •_', S p. in. All christian people of the surrounding area tire in viled to attend. Each church or Sunday school group is asked to appoint two voting delegates with their pastor orleader. This meeting is arranged for the Reverends .Smith of Backus, Back- lund and Swenson of i'ine Itiver and Wiens of .Mildred. Commencement Exercises For Senior Graduating Class Will Be Meld Wednesday Evening Pontoria Resident Pine River Wins Dies Suddenly ; League Opener Thursday stead where bridge games, followed by a late luncheon occupied the evening. Honors went to Mrs. June Kater and Mrs. Don Lundrigan. by Pontoria Correspondent It was a shock to this cnmmuuilv Thursday, when news of Ibe sudden death of a new neighbor. Mrs. Offl Carper of Pinecrest resort, was learn »'d. ii is not quite a month since Air. and .Mrs. carper arrived here from Blyrla, Ohio and they came prepared to make this tlieir Inline bome. un Wednesday id' last week, Mrs. I 'ai pei' who apparently was in go,, i health, accompanied her husband to Hine River. On their return I ie, She I ame ill and U| arrival at Die resort, was unconscious. Falllr revive h_, Mr. Carper sent out an emergency call for help uhirh was answered by several of the neighbor*. Or. Skoog-Smiili of Pine River was called and lie nished her to the le.s- pltal in Brainerd, where all efforl revive ber failed anil she died ,n 7:.'ii> p. in. Thursday. She never regained consciousness, Death was due to a cerebral hemorrhage. Tbe body was shipped to Klyria. Ohio on Friday, accompanied by .Mr. Carper, her daughter Olodyon her husband and Mrs Carper'* ter, Miss Daisy Harris. Funeral services were conducted Monday of this week. .Mrs. Carper and Gladyce operated Pineoiesl resell last season. They Were well liked and made many friends in tliis community who extend their deepest sympathy to the family. Sunday BACKUS YOUTH RECEIVES HONORABLE MENTION The Minneapolis Star and Tribune announced today that Ramon P. Palmer of Backus, has received honorable mention award in the college scholarship compel it ion conducted among Star and Tribune carrier salesmen. Winners were cited for outstanding capacity for scholastic achievement, superior qualities of leadership and citizenship and marked proficiency as carrier-salesmen. One-year college scholarships were awarded to ten carrier salesmen. Local Items The Eradelphian _nb picnic and business meeting will be held at the home of Airs. A. O. Johnson Friday, today, May ii:!. Mr. and Airs. Robert J. \elsou, nee Muro.jrio Worden, arrived Wednesday of last week from Newport, ill. I., to spend several days witli ber parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cuy Findlay tit Backus. They were house guests ai the Win. King home Friday night and Saturday. An alert Pin.' Kiver ball club v,on their opening game of the season Stiff. day aftemOOn, When tbey took th' measure of the Reiner team by a score of III (o t;. This game was the first to be played en the new and vastly Improved diamond, which is Without doubt, toe best in the league al present, and Which shows the results of the labor expended in its Improvement by members o| [lie local team. The infield has I,ecu scraped, level- ''d and rolled until Hie surface is free of bumps ami obstacles which might interfere with a fielder's handling of the ball. However, the outfield has a few rough spots which, as the season progresses, will be ironed out. Manager Seaton's boys nehu their opponents scoreless during tlie firs; six innings of play, while they established a six-run lead, witli every placer bitting well and playing heads-CO ball. Remer scored iu the lasi three innings but the Pine Blver lads Uiateh- heui run for run and tbe final ■• saw the home team with at -.Hiding lead. Lattery for Pine Itiver. was Lloyd Riley pitching, ami ihnii Large catching, Walton and Pair officiated behind, tiie plate anil on bases respectively. A feature quite noticeable in Sunday's game, especially so by the fans who occupied the Idea, hers or remained in their cars behind the fern i . was the large number of spectators who intruded upon the player's domain by gathering on the track and sitting mi the grass Within the fence. Not only distracting the player's attention and forming an effective screen for those behind them, but also making themselves liable to injury by a hard hit foul ball. it would be io _e best interests of the team and to the body of spectators as a whole, if everyone co-operated hy remaining behind the fence, or occupying the grandstand which affords tin excellent view of the entire field. Youth Rally at Mildred, Friday The Young people of the .Mildred Chapel extend a hearty invitation for a Youth IRally to be held al the Conference iiining Hail ai Mildred Friday, May ::<). 7:45 p. m. This win be for recreation, devotion ami fellowship. Tlie Dean of Bethel Seminary, St Paul, will speak, A soloist from the Paplisl Camp al U'hilofish and Othei groups will bring special num- iu song, singing, testimonies and refreshments, aii who enjoy christian fellowship are heartily welcome, NEW MORNING TRIPS ARE ANNOUNCED BY GREYHOUND Greyhound is Inaugurating a new Paul Bunyan Express schedule on .May 27, Operating between Minneapolis and Bemidji, Which will give Pint? Kiver new early -morning departures both to .Minneapolis ami Bemidji, according to ,!•'. m. Babb, passenger agent for Greyhound In this area. .Mr. Babb said the new schedules would provide a very useful new service for people who travel frequently between the Twin Cities and Summer places near I'ine Itiver. According to Mr. Babb, the new southbound Kxpress for .Minneupol's will leaVe Pine Kiver at 1 :58 a. m., daily, and will connect at Minneapolis with one of (ireyliound's new Lim- iteds to Chicago. The northbound express will leave Pine Uiver for Bemidji at 4 :~>2 a. ni. Record Crowd Casts Ballots at School Election The goal of every student: will be reached this week when the baeca- laureaie service and commencement exercises will -be held for the twentv- nine members of Hie graduating class ol I ine River High School. Baccalaureate services will be Sunday, May s<, ai the school auditorium, and will include die Invocation, 'Hymn of Youth' by iSequeira, sun- by the girls sextet, followed by Dolores Kolb..singing Majotte's "The Lord's Prayer.' Kev. Albert Pergfalk will deliver the address, after which the girls chorus, directed by D. VV. Johnson, will sing -Wi. Thank Thee, Lord,' by Bortnionsky and 'Bless Ye the Lord by Ippolifof-Ivanoff. The services will close with the benediction. On Wednesday evening, May 28, at 8 p. m., commencement exercises will be held in tlie auditorium, opening with the Invocation, followed by Dolores Kolb singing Rudolph P'rind's 'Giannlana.' Ellen Boquist will deliver the 'Salutatory address, after which the girls chorus will render 'Dedication', by Robert Franz. The Valedictory will he given by Adeline Rodean, following .which tihe Hon Don D. Lundrigan will give the commencement address. Presentation of the class will be made by O. W. Johnson, principal, and John Rohr, chairman of the board of education, will .award fhe diplomas. The program will close with the benediction. SH00TIN' THE BREEZE With Your Service Offfcer BIRTHDAY CLUB NEWS A surprise farewell handkerchief shower was given for Mrs. Everett Bvans -May (!. iShe received numerous handkerchiefs. Lunch was served by .Mrs. Pay Pair. The Regular meeting of the Birthday Club was held at the home of Violet .Massie. honoring .Mrs. Sadie Kinkel if'riday evening'. Tlie evening was spent sewing and playing bingo with prizes going to Mrs. Hair and i.Mrs. Winston Cudwoll. Tina Hanson won the door prize. Jlrs. Kinkel received several beautiful gifts. Lunch was served bv the hostess. Proclamation WHEREAS; Post 2017, of the Village of Pine Paiver, Veterans of loreign Wars of the United States, will conduct a city-wide sale of Buddy Poppies, Saturday, May 24, 1947'; AND WHEREAS: The Buddy Poppy sale offers each citizen an opportunity to translate into action his desire to Honor the Dead by Helping the Living, by purchasing a Buddy Poppy; AND WHEREAS: Proceeds from the Buddy Poppy Sale will be used to help maintain the Veterans of Foreign Wars National Home for orphans of service men who gave their lives for their country and lo aid in the rehabilitation of veterans throughout our nation; AND WHEREAS*: The Buddy Poppy Campaign has received the endorsement of the President of the United States; AINTD WHEREAS: The Sponsors' of the Buddy Poppy Sale, the Veterans of Foreign Wars id' the United Slates, is an organization composed of Americans who fought our enemies in hostile lands, on enemy infested waters and in perilous skies, and under ils banner of the I'loss id' .Malta, is carrying the same spirit, of Comradeship into progressive leadership of our cily; NOW. THEREFORE I, C. V. (iardiner. Mayor of the Village of Pine Itiver, do hereby proclaim May 24th as Buddy Poppy .Sale Day and urge each id' our citizens to so Honor the Head by Helping the Living. Signed— C. V. GARDINER Mayor of the Village of I'ine Uiver A crowd of record proportions such as has never heen seen here in the history of any previous election dealing with local issues, jammed the ladling place iu the school auditorium Tuesday evening of this week, when 488 qualified voters of School District 19, cast their ballots In favor of the candidates they wished elected. The campaign which the supporters of tlie incumbents and aspirants alike, waged previous to the balloting Tuesday evening, was no doubt responsible for tlie record gathering, and it is perhaps regrettable that these same voters do not display a like amount of interest at every election. where by the free expression of their right to the ballot, they would strengthen the principles which are inculcated in the democratic system which extends these principles. For the three year term, with ' two directors to be elected, Gordon Oilman with 284 votes, and Wm. Burn- Ison witli 247, were chosen over Jack Knutson and Olen Gardner with 18S and INI, respectively. . For the two year term, two to be chosen, Ernest R, Johnson and Jack Seibert with 288 and 224 votes, were elected over John Rohr arid Homer fraser, with lit.'! and 173 votes. In regard to the annexation of the six sections in Barclay Township, the vote was 294-yeS and 159-no. Authorization for the board to sell the ten lots comprising the old school site, was given by 376 votes for ancl onlv 4."i against the issue. Your County Veterans Service offi- cer, .M. L. Alexander, .advises that the 11)47 state legislature passed an act providing for tihe sale of tax forfeited lands to veterans of World War II. This act provides that World War II veterans may secure rax forfeited lands, which may lie developed for agriculture under a simple procedure. An application should be filed with the County Board of the county in which tax-forfeited lands are located. This applica. on should be accompanied by a certified copy of the veteran's honorable discharge. To secure the land tiie veteran must pay tiie appraised value id' the land, plus the appraised value of improvements and standing timber. The County Board will provide a hearing at which lime tlie veteran may appear to state his qualifications and financial ability to develop the land. Down payment may lie as small as K» percent: of the appraised value and interest ut -1 percent per annum on the balance. A credit of $20 per acre will be allowed for each acre cleared and placed under cultivation up to the total cost oi' the land. A veteran .has five years from the date of sale to file for this credit. Applications may be accepted until June fit). 1040. This law offers an opportunity to Minnesota veterans who desire a. farm home. ENGINEER ADDRESSES PTA METTING THURSDAY EVENING The PTA met Thursday evening of last week tit the school for their regular monthly meeting, during which a program of entertainment and instruction was presented before the business molding got under way. The entertainment, under the direction of Mrs. June Kater, consisted of a medley of piano selections played by Billy Burnson ancl a contralto solo, 'Wonderful Mother of Mine,' by Miss Gloria Bergen. .Myron C. I'eterson. sanitation engineer of Bemidji. gave a very instructive lecture, using slides to illustrate his points on the topic Environmental Sanitation.' During the business meeting which followed, the discussion dealt with the need for a life guard throughout the summer months at the local beach, and a committee was appointed to meel with the city council for the purpose of securing their aid in the project. The evening ended with a social hour, during which hot coffee and lunch was served in the home economics room. LOCALS —NOTICE: in accordance with the eslabished Custom of former years, and in memory of the honored dead of this country, the business firms of Pine River will observe Decoration Day, Friday, May 30, by remaining closed throughout the day. JOURNAL WILL GO TO PRESS ONE DAY EARLY NEXT WEEK In order to he of service to our advertisers ancl subscribers, and in order to properly observe the Memorial holiday, the Journal will go to press a day early next 'week, going out thru the mails Thursday morning, thereby nmking it possible for our advertisers to reach their patrons with tlieir regular weekend specials. Please co-operate by bringing in news and advertising copy early. We thank you. SWANBURG Mrs. Cecil Anderson, Corres. . . . • The Backman family is busy getting their resort on iLeech Lake ready for the season. .Mrs. James Kice returned from the iBrainerd hospital Friday and is now convalescing at her home. \Ve\ ihope for her speedy recovery. Jir. and Mrs. Clyde Gireger and Sari dra of Cross Lake and Mr. tind Mrs. Leo Muyres were afternoon and supper guests at the Frimood home Saturday. Mrs. Cecil Anderson and son Albert are spending a few days this week visiting his sister and friends in Min* neapolis. before the latter returns to duty at iLnngley Field, Va. Last Sunday, Pentecost ISIunday, found many friends and members of Faitli Church at the meeting with the Rev. Masted' ancl family partaking of a pot-luck dinner in the church parlors which was thoroughly enjoyed by everyone* Pine Orange 716 met at the hall on Tuesday with a Mother ancl Father's program and lunch. Plans for improvements of the Orange hall were discussed. At the next meeting, the Crow Wing Orange will bring the Diamond Jubilee Ring"and put on the program. Pine Orange will then take the ring to Oak Lawn Orange with I program on their meeting night. LOCALS The Birthday Club met Sunday af. the home of Jlrs. Helen Jones with an enjoyable time being reported by all. The honored guests were Helen Jones, Mrs. iSteUa Germaine tind Mrs. Emma Ooggins, each having a birthday in May.
|Title||The Pine River Journal (Pine River, Minnesota), 1947-05-23|
|Edition||Volume 10, Number 7|
|Date of Creation||1947-05-23|
|Publishing Agency||Grant D. Bergstrom (Pine River, Minnesota)|
|Minnesota Reflections Topic||Communication|
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|Locally Assigned Subject Headings||Pine River Journal|
|Minnesota City or Township||Pine River|
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VOLUME X NUMBER 7
THE PINE BIVEB JOURNAL, PINE BIVEK, PASS OOU'NTf, MINNESOTA, PKIDAY, MAY
SUB: i<;2.00 I'ine River and Vicinity—$2.50 Elsewhere
Out of the
TO SPEAK HERE IN JUNE
by C. M. A.
Baddy Poppy Week started last
Sunday, May 18, and the little red
flowers, familiar to everyone, w__
represent tlie worn, of thousands of
disabled veterans of both Wo.id
Wars. will.he on sale in i'ine River
Saturday. May 24.
The Buddy Poppy is far more th in
a clever arrangement of tissue paper
and wire woven together to produce
a facsimile oi the flowers which grow
in Flanders Fields, between the rows
of crosses which represent tlie only
tangible link' between ihe living and
the dead of World War I. Blather,
it is a symbol of sacrifice and pain.
of hope and courage and loyalty to
* "* :.- .
'Imagine, if you can. being in the
full flush of youth, feeling alive ami
vital, full of hope and with great ex-
ipansive [dans for the future. Consider proinfi' away to war with every
intention of returning home ai ihe
end of tlie conflict and resuming the
interrupted schedule of life, where ii
was laid down upon the call to arms.;
Suppose, however, that the providence which shapes the lives of men, decreed otherwise and the cessation of
hostilities was only the beginning Ol
a life of pain.
* * * *
Government hospitals throughout
the nation were crowded' with th'9
shattered cripples of World War 1,
iipon the outbreak of the second War,
ami since tlie en of that flaming
struggle, the roll-call of those who
will ;be forever incapacitated, has
increased ten fold.
* * * *
New hospitals have had to be, and
are. still being built to care for those
who, even though living, gave more
than life itself in defense of this democracy ancl the people who live witn
* * * *
For them there is no future—only
an endless succession of days of pain,
followed toy nights of torment. Their
future fell with them upon the battlefield, where it remained when thev
were evacuated to the realm of shattered hopes and Wasted plans.
There is nothing worse than the
sight of men going forward in tlie full
confidence of their youth and strength, each one certain that no harm
can befall him, only to see them fail
with shattered arms and legs and' bodies.
* 9 ¥ T.
There is nothing more inspiring
than the magnificent courage demonstrated by these same men as they
endeavor to help themselves and oth-
ers. in the few ways open to them.
The Buddy Poppy represents a
great deal of effort, put forth by the
handicapped veterans, and in the light
of the sacrifice made liy them originally, their fashioning of these flowers assumes extra significance and
commands additional respect.
* >:; r- *
They did not hesitate to give then-
all upon the altar of freedom—and
we should not hesitate to give all we
can for them. Buy a Buddy Poppy !
FAITH LUTHERAN PASTOR
ATTENDS CONVENTION IN WISC.
Lutherans of the English Evangelical Lutheran '.Synod of the Northwest
of the united Lutheran Church in
America, with which Faith Lutheran
Ohureh of Swanburg is affiliated, held
their 57th annual convention at Madison. Wise.. May 20 to 22. Pastor-;
.and laymen from five slates and Cm.
ada were in attendance. Pastor Raymond Johnson and .Mr. John Heemstra
lay delegate of Faith Church, attended all sessions.
.Missionary Charles H. Reinbreeht