Lake Co. Past: Feb. 21
1914 D. & I.R business is much improved
1939 Nelson brothers take over business
Giving up a career as a radio engineer, Elton Nelson will return shortly from Chicago to join his brother, Lyle, and the brothers will take over the business of their father, who recently retired. Alterations in the store were begun Tuesday which, when completed, will make it modern and attractive. New fixtures, a segregated shoe department and redecoration of the entire store is contemplated. N.P. Nelson expects to spend the first few months of his retirement in visiting his paternal home in Sweden.
Harbor to show epic of south
The presentation of “Kentucky” at the Harbor Theatre beginning Sunday, moves the Chronicle to advise its readers of an opportunity to see a picture which does the management of the theatre much credit for making it available to the patrons in Two Harbors. “Kentucky” is produced in Technicolor and for the beauty of its scenes, the thrills of the races, the glamour of its romance, stands out particularly because of its galaxy of beautiful horses and is, no doubt, one of the finest pictures ever shown here. To miss it is to miss something really worthwhile.
1964 City will support drive on smoking
The Two Harbors City Council promised to cooperate with the city ministerial association in its campaign against the use of nicotine by youths. The action was taken at a regular session Monday evening. The cooperation will take the form of distribution by the police department of state laws and city ordinances governing the dispensing of cigarettes in the city. Also coming up during the course of the session was a projected meeting with Lawrence McCabe, state aeronautics commissioner, on plans for an airport at one of two sites in the Two Harbors area. The meeting is being arranged by the Two Harbors Civic Association.