Pages from the Past - July 10, 2014
75 years ago, July 14, 1939
While visiting at Piney Ridge Friday evening, Harold Isensee of Pine River had his car stolen. The car was recovered Saturday morning in a ditch by the Nick Ritchie corner where it had been abandoned.
National recognition has been accorded Miss Sophie Heino of Pine River, whose poem, “Dream Waltz For Two,” was accepted for inclusion in the World’s Fair Anthology of 1939, to be published by the Exposition Press of New York.
50 years ago, July 10, 1964
(Headline) Madden’s Pine Beach Inn burns to ground in Saturday blaze
(Advertisement) Big 20-inch Westinghouse window fan, an amazing value at only $19.97. No money down up to 10 months to pay.
25 years ago, July 13, 1989
(Headline) Land bought for Kitchigami expansion
(Headline) Designer defies ‘bubble car’ parts blight; Hay Lake man specializes in making BMW parts
10 years ago, July 8, 2004
(Headline) Looking back on 75 years at Kilworry Resort