Pages from the Past: Nov. 7, 2019
60 years ago, Nov. 6, 1959
(Headline) Mr. and Mrs. Harry A.C. Olson are now owners of coffee shop
Pine River will have another new business that will open in the spring. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sturmer, formerly of Rush City, have purchased property along Highway 371 and expect to begin construction this fall of a brand new building that will house the popular Dairy Queen store.
50 years ago, Nov. 6, 1969
Pine River residents who viewed the “Tonight Show” on Monday evening had a chance to see Jerome (Butch) Behme, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Behme of this city, who was in the audience.
The Weather Bureau honored three Cass County men Friday for their part in warning residents Aug. 6 of the tornadoes that moved into the county. A public service award was given to John Rohr, Pine River, the county civil defense director.
25 years ago, Nov. 3, 1994
Heidi Schrupp, a Backus Girl Scout, has won top honors in a council-wide competition to design posters for the national 1996 Girl Scout calendar.
(Headline) Sunday liquor on PR ballot
(Ad) Re-elect Sharon K. Anderson, Cass County auditor
10 years ago, Nov. 5, 2009
For Spc. DV Pat Hoffman, Army enlistment meant time away from his loved ones and missing his daughter Tayler’s birth, but it also meant witnessing positive changes during a 14-month tour in Iraq.
(Headline) Mike Clayton is new accountant in Pine River
- Compiled by Travis Grimler, Staff Writer