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Pages from the Past: Oct. 7, 2021

A look at the past from the pages of the Pine River Journal

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60 years ago, Oct. 6, 1961

(Headline) Cornerstone laying ceremony held Sunday at Good Samaritan Home

(Photo) Pictured above are the Pine River homecoming king and queen and their attendants. They are, left to right: attendants Beatrice Howe, Virginia Ecker, Loretta Tulenchik and Carolyn Leverington; King Larry Johnson and Queen Karyn Erickson; and attendant Barbara Moon.

50 years ago, Oct. 6, 1971

(Headline) Cut and Curl Beauty Shop moves to new location here

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(Headline) Lowell Klein sells barber shop to Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Sams

The Cass county Sheriff's Office will question two juveniles being held in custody at Brooklyn Park in connection with break ins at Backus and Pine River on Sunday evening.

25 years ago, Oct. 3, 1996

(Headline) Bunyan Trail sled stud ban considered

10 years ago, Oct. 6, 2011

(Headline) Stromberg was influential to community and poultry world

(Photo) Homecoming Queen Grace Lemberg poses with King Jacob Weber.

- Compiled by Travis Grimler, Staff Writer

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