Looking Back
Toys are of prime importance to the children on Christmas morning, but to the thrifty housewife, more important is the fact that her Christmas turkey or duck or chicken is young, tender and fit to grace the Christmas table. There is just where we aim to serve the homes of Anoka. We want you to feel ...Read More
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Last Thursday, Blaine City Council passed a resolution regarding the inequities in the District 11 community school recreation program, and asked that the $1.00 per capita tax levy for the District Community School program either be abolished or used to provide services for Blaine residents served b...Read More
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Delightful music, reception committee and hot house flowers. Over 1200 attended. Bank complimented on its magnificent and convenient interior. The State Bank’s new home was formally opened Saturday afternoon from three to six and from seven to nine....Read More
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Despite a flu epidemic which forced cancellations from nurses, workers, babysitters and donors, Spring Lake Park Mrs. Jaycees collected 89 pints of blood at the Nov. 12 Bloodmobile, and brought in 14 new donors. ...Read More
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St. Francis dedicates her new high school next Saturday evening with appropriate exercises. A splendid building costing $42,000 and one of the best in this part of the state. The people of St. Francis are very proud of their building and well they may be. The building stands well back from the road,...Read More
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School consists of many programs, curricular and extra-curricular in which the volunteer and paraprofessional play an important role. At Park Terrace Elementary School this role is filled by the “Thursday Morning Moms,” a PTA sponsored volunteer group to help teachers. The group consists of 15 m...Read More
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Does Anoka need a new Franklin school building? The answer is that she does. But there are lots of buts and ifs. The Franklin building, an old structure, deficient in lighting advantages and woefully wanting in heating and ventilating, was inspected, found to be, as we all know, the poorest excuse f...Read More
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Thanks to the efforts of a Minneapolis couple and a Northwestern Bell community service team, Blaine will have a 40-foot high Christmas tree delivered to City Hall today. Mr. and Mrs. Gunnar Peterson donated the 40-foot high blue spruce which, until this morning, stood in their front yard in Minneap...Read More
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Exercises of high order marked the opening held Thursday evening. Speeches, music, dancing, refreshments and a pleasant social time were had. Co. B’s magnificent new home was duly dedicated with an appropriate program. The event was a social event and three hundred or so were present. The new arm...Read More
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Blaine City Council Nov. 7 took action which hopefully will relieve many Blaine and Ham Lake residents of problems with odor and flies from Blaine Meats, Inc. located along Highway 65 near 129th in Blaine. Bob Hutchinson of the Anoka County Comprehensive Health Department appeared before council t...Read More
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