From Our Files
1970: Voting machines make county debut
May 28, 2020
• May 31, 1945
Mrs. L.G. Newel, president of the American Legion Auxiliary, announced that gross receipts of the poppy sale totaled $230.83, the largest amount taken in for poppy sales in the history of the organization. Proceeds aided World War I and II veterans and their families.
The new super market for the Council Oak store was going up nicely. The front was being put on and the plate glass windows had been installed. The new Bartelson building, on Highway 18 at the end of Main Street, was also rapidly taking shape.
Mrs. Irene Meier and Mrs. Ardys Krutzfeldt received pictures of thei...