Lake County Past: March 21
From the “Local News” social column.
We sell fresh Butter-top bread, made every day. Axel Lyon.
Al Markeson has accepted a position at the Cash Meat Market
A northeaster bringing snow
and rain started in Tuesday evening.
Miss Mary Mathews is visiting at the home of her father A. Mathews
Quite a number of local Scottish Rite Masons will go to Duluth this evening to witness and take part in the exemplification of the thirty-second degree
The funeral of Roy Arthur
Bjuman who died at the pest house onWednesday morning last from scarlet fever took place on Thursday morning.
County Snow Unsurmountable.
The county, according to Highway Engineer H.C. Hanson, faces an almost unsurmountable task in opening the roads following the worst tie up of
Monday and Tuesday of last week.
The lack of frost in the ground has caused the snow to melt next to the ground and in most places there is from four to six inches of slush which clogs the plows. It is almost impossible to move all of the snow at a plowing, and if the plows are raised there is no footing for the vehicle on which the plow is attached. Banks 10 to 12 feet high are left where the plows forced their way through. The fortunate aspect of the unprecedented condition is that with no frost in the ground, the water will be saturated when the breakup comes and little or no flood condition is anticipated in the section.
Oscar’s Norshore Room invites you to bring the entire family for a delicious Easter dinner.
Baked Ham, Roast Turkey, $1.50 (Children’s Portions). Also: Steaks, Chicken and Sea Food Dinners (612 - 7th Ave., Two Harbors)