Developer Tom Cooper’s proposed mini gold course was approved by Spring Lake Park Council Monday evening after having been passed by the planning and zoning commission earlier in the month. The mini golf course, which will operate during the warm months of the year, will be located between the abandoned Mr. Quick Restaurant on Highway 10 and Skelly station on the corner of 83rd and Highway 10. The operation will be a portable set-up so Cooper may move his operation to warmer climates during the winter months.
Splendid exercises at city hall conclude school year for 1914 class. Dr. L.A. Weigle, orator. Reception tendered graduates and alumni by junior class. Owing to the limited capacity of the hall, admission was by ticket, and the hall was comfortably filled. The junior class acted as ushers and decorated the hall. The decorations were decidedly pretty, and were done in green and white, the class colors. Over the archway was the class motto, also done in green and white: “Row, Not Drift.” Dr. W.E. Young invoked Divine blessing and the girls quintet sang, “Winken, Blinken and Nod,” by Nevin. Esther A. Petersen gave the salutatory address. It was well given, and was short and to the point.
Twenty years ago we were a very small store. Each year with your support we have grown, steadily, surely, until now we have a store to be proud of. We are proud. This sale is an appreciation of your splendid support. We shall offer you bargains for this sale truly remarkable. The items quoted and many others have been shorn of all profit. In every sense of the word it is your week. We hope you will take advantage of the opportunity. A beautiful and useful souvenir will be given to each customer buying one dollar or more.
Chief Haley nabbed a Peeping Tom Monday evening. The fellow has worked in the harness factory, was not exceptionally bright, and it is believed he is the same man who has made trouble before. Someone has been peeping in various windows. … Monday night he started on his crusade and as he was looking in at Mrs. Hollis’ window, the chief nabbed him. He wept copiously over his arrest, and was given a suspended sentence and “deported.”
In a move which will hopefully clarify some of the city-school relationships in a city served by three school districts, the Blaine Council at a May 16 meeting instructed the city manager to prepare guidelines for negotiating agreements with all three districts relating to the use of school and city property for recreational purposes.
Horatio Hawkins died Friday night, May 15, at nine o’clock at his home on Fourth Avenue. The funeral services were held yesterday afternoon at two at Hassan, Rev. Hixen of Minneapolis officiating. Mr. Hawkins was an old and highly respected resident of this community. Mr. Hawkins served in the civil war as a private in Company “G” 11th Regiment Minnesota Infantry from August 1864 to June 26, 1865.
Iron ore right in Anoka! Workmen hauling dirt from the Wyman pit, lower Third avenue, found what promises to be good grade iron ore yesterday. Whether it is the outcropping of a mine, or just a pocket, remains to be seen, but the ore looks good and just such leads have led to some of the big mines of Minnesota.