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IMAGE ©SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED• ALL RIGHTS RESERVED• USE SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT• REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED, ! 10 YEARS AGO County, replacing Jack Backer who A long - standing Bagley business was recently named DNR safety will re-open under new ownership specialist. Huwe, originally from next Monday. Joyce and Lawrence New York Mills, grew up there. He Johnson will open Johnson's has worked as a conservation officer Lakeside Town and Country grocery for the past nine years in various store in the building which formerly locations, including Osage and housed Al's Lakeside and previously Bemidji. was operated by Margaret and the late Backer has been the county Jimmy Berry. The original store was conservation officer and he will be constructed by Lawerence Smerud, working for a time in the Grand who operated the business on the Rapids area. north end of Main Street until selling On sale at Fick's Fairway Food this it to the Berrys in the late 1950s. week are; Super selected lean-ground Jimmy and Margaret operated the beef, 1 lb. 75¢; sand Armour Star hot store for 30 years and then sold it to dogs, 12 oz. 59¢. AI Netland. Jimmy died in June 1985. The store returned to the ownership of 50 YEARS AGO Mrs. Berry after it closed last year. Supervisor of Warden Service, Last week she officially handedover Harry Cann, points out that some the store keys to Joyce Johnson, who, trappers appear confused regarding the with her husband Lawrence, purchased licenses necessary to take beaver. In the building and equipment. Joyce and order to take any small game, which her daughter, Cheryl Snook, will be includes fur bearing animals, one main operators of the store, with must purchase a small game license at Lawrence assisting. $2. Getting a head start on the making To take beaver, one must have a of Earth Week in Clearwater County small game license and a beaver is Lowell White, Shevlin. White trapping license. The latter sells for pulls an old washing machine from $2.50. To take beaver or otter in that the Clearwater River. He has part of the state which is open to otter organized a group to clean up a stretch and beaver, the trapper must have a of the river this Saturday. The other small game license, beaver trapping hardy souls who ventured down the license, and a regular trapping license river as part of Earth Week are Bob that costs $3. and Jean Lanners, Mary Shaver, Dean Saturday, April 5, is the day set by Chevalier, Ted Schomberg, Heather Kenny's Sales and Service for their White and J.J. Schermerhorn. annual Family Jubilee Day. On this 25 YEARS AGO day they invite everyone to come in Laurel Carlson was named First to the old gym at Bagley and enjoy a Lady of the Year of Clearwater program that will include fun, prizes, County Saturday at reception held at movies and refreshments. The day is Angelina's Supper Club. Bee put on in the interest of Ferguson Helgeson spoke on being a woman tractors, and two complete programs today and introduced Mrs. Carlson as will be presented. the First Lady of the Year. Viola Playing at the PIC Theatre this Gordon presented her with a plaque in week is, "South of Caliente" starring recognition of her contributions in her Roy Rogers and Dale Evans. field. Mrs. Carlson was recognized for Roy and Trigger are on the trail of her work and devotion to the Pine modern horse rustlers in this action- Ridge Group Home. She has made the packed western. residents part of her family. Music for 65 YEARS AGO the afternoon was provided by Jeff Equipment for mechanical Hanson, who also presented Mrs. refrigeration has now been installed at Carlson a bouquet of red roses from the Bagley Cooperative Creamery, and the newly formed Jaycees of Bagley. with the completion of other work Dennis Huwe is the new there it is expected that pasteurization conservation officer for Clearwater of milk will be started in the near future. Installation of the many pipes and machinery necessary for mechanical refrigeration .has taken considerable time, but the creamery was using the new refrigeration plant the first of this week. The pasteurization plant is nearly all complete, with the exception of minor details, and will be completed as soon as materials arrive. With the announcement next week. S.L. Hauge. operator, promises a surprise which will be welcomed by every Bagley family. The announcement will include prices, delivery and complete information. Clearwater County this week was to receive a check of $425 from the Office of the State Auditor as the annual state aid apportionment to common school districts. Common School districts are those in which the state owns the tax exempt or trust fund land. More than a week of fine spring weather and several fair showers have done much to melt the last of the ice remaining from winter. Last Sunday the temperature rose to 56 degrees, according to the report at the Itasca Park Station. Bagley Area Scholarship Fund to meet A financial report, election of officers and the selection of scholarships to be presented will be among the business items before the annual meeting of the Bagley High School Area Scholarship Fund at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 23, in the Clearwater-Polk Electric Co-op meeting room. The BHSASF will again present scholarships and awards totaling about $4,000 to worthy members of the Bagley High School Class of 2002. All interested persons are welcome to attend. Questions may be directed to Peter Marchand, president, or Debbie Olson, secretary. I CLEARWATER HOME HEALTH CARE SERVICE Located in Pratt Pharmacy Wheelchairs- Walkers- Hospital Beds Oxygen Supplies and • Many Other Home Health Care items I RENTALS ARE AVAILABLE I IF YOU NEED IT WE CAN GET ITt Store Hours Call: Bagley 694-6210, Clbk. 776-3111 After Store Hours Call Jerry 694-2985,., i iii LINDAHL & CAGE, LTD I CERTIFIED I PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTSI • Accounting • Auditing • Income Tax OFFICE HOURS M-F 8:00-5:00 Evenings and Weekends INSURANCE AGENCY By Appointment 224 N. Main, Bagley Phone 694-6568 FOSSTON, MN FOR APPOINTMENTS CALL: 218,435-1212 888-448-1212 FOR ALL YOUR HEALTH CARE NEEDS .0 Edward H. Susan Kay ATTORNEYS RASMUSSEN BAGLEY 694-6565 ° FOSSTON 435-6772 ALCOHOLICS Mondays, 8 p.m. Solway Lutheran Church Solway. ANONYMOUS Friday, 8 p.m. Shevlin Fire Hall, Shevlin Wednesdays, 8 p.m. Across from courthouse in Bagley ALANON Mondays, 8 p.m. Solway Lutheran Church, Solway i I il DR. DAVID KRETZScHMAR CHIROPRACTOR BAGLEY CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC M, W, F: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Tue & Thur: 8:30 a.m. 12 Noon Saturday by Appointment 103 N Clearwater Avenue Bagley, MN 56621 (218)694-6253 .c I III I I I I iii - .~ cRISIs O e.mail: Confidential Support. Advocacy Services Crisis intervention. Support Groups Affiliate of Headwaters Intervention Center Office Phone: 218-694-2831 PO Box 3 Fax (218) 694-2834 Bagley, MN 56621 H ii u Office in Triangle Sales & Service Building • Life ,Health ,Auto ,Homeowners • Farm ,Disability Call Gary 694-2027 FARMERS INDEPENDENT BAGLEY, .Wednesday, ~. April 10~ 2002 ~o List Your Meetings or Free Admission Work Events Here, for ffc CEASE FUNERAL HOME j Three Generations Of Professional Service BAGLEY DENTAL P.A. TODD SANDWICK, DDS MARY JONES, DDS JILL NELSON, DDS Monday thru Friday t'rcl Office at Peterson Hdwe. Bldg. 13 Main Ave N, Bagley Phone 694-6571 I I 121 Central St. W, Bagley, MN RUDD B. THABES, D.O. Family Practice NAN VOBR MSN, C-FNP Family Nurse Practitioner Phone (218) 694-6281 Calendar Mail The Information To: P.O. Box 130, Bagley. The Bagley Garden Club Minnesota Care and MA will pay meets Thursday, April 11 at 7 p.m. for immunizations. Please bring at the Laura Chevalier home. Roll your card to the clinic. Please bring call will be your favorite butterfly, your child's immunization record to Program will be "Gardening the office. Workout." Door prizes by Marge Immunization services provided Solberg. Laura Chevalier is at these clinics should not be hostess. Visitors are welcome, substituted for the child's usual Gardening tip: If possible, well-child visits with his or her tolerate the presence of night- physician. crawlers in your yard. They are beneficial because they aerate the The Shevlin Garden Club soil and feed on thatch. Use a power will meet Tuesday, April 16, at the rake in spring or fall to help level home of Pam Janssen, with Pam bumps they cause in the soil. Janssen and Dee Strandlien as hostesses. The ADD/ADHD Education The business meeting begins at 7 and Support Group of p.m. Roll call will be: What have Bemidji meets at 6 p.m. Monday, you seen new at the nurseries? April 15, in the North Country Program will be Terry Nennich Regional Hospital Board Room, with soil testing and analyzing of 1300 Anne St. NW, Bemidji. our garden soil and forcing The support group was formed to branches. help those whose lives, whether Visitors and prospective new personal or professional, are affected members are always welcome. For by Attention Deficit information call 785-2025. Disorder/Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. There is no Bemidji Aglow charge to attend. Community Lighthouse welcomes Jim and Lois Deragon to Bagley Men's Bowling speak Saturday, April 13 at Association meeting at the Bowl Lakewood Community Church, Inn, Thursday, April 18 at 9 p.m. 8141 Highway 2 West, 9:30 a.m. Election of officers and committees coffee time, 10:00 meeting. Jim for association tournament, lane and Lois are enrolled members of inspection and banquet. Any the Ojibwa nation of the Lake questions call Tom Riewer at 694- Superior Chippewa. They desire the 6456. reconciliation of people to Jesus ... to be restored and released into their Fosston Area Christian God-ordained purposes. Men and Women's Club "Say It With women are invited to this meeting. Flowers" brunch is Wednesday, Come receive abundant life in April 17 at 9:30 a.m. at the Christ Jesus. Mclntosh Community Center. Downtown Mclntosh. Featuring: "What's New In 2002" by Eric Bergeson of Bergeson Nursery, Fertile. Music by Patty Munter, soloist, of Fosston. Speaker: Shirley Holso of Sioux Falls, S.D., "The Fairy Tale Becomes Real 2" Brunch reservations: Call by Monday, 6 p.m. Cancellations essential. Bea Fredrickson 694- 6118; Hilma Stadstad 435-1495. Preschool babysitting free by reservation for brunchl Immunizations for Hepatitis B (HBV), Diphtheria, Tetanus and Acellular Pertussis (PtaP), Haemophilus Influenza type B (HIB), Polio, Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR) and Varicella will be given by the Clearwater County Nursing Service in Bagley on Tuesday, April 16, at the former Child Care Center building across from the Courthouse. Clinic hours are from 3 to 5 p.m. NOTICE TO THE RESIDENTS OF ITASCA TOWNSHIP The Itasca Town Board will meet as Board of Review Wednesday, April117th, 2002 at 6:00 p.m. at the Itasca Town Hall. Kathy Anderson, Clerk ii &ol0c NOTICE TO THE RESIDENTS OF SHEVLIN TOWNSHIP The Shevlin Township Board will aold their regular monthly meeting on Thursday, April 18, 2002 at 8:00 L~~~.~jcp.m. at the Shevlin Township Hall I located in the City of Shevlin. I John P. Chevalier, I Ap17c i i i NOTICE TO THE RESIDENTS OF MINERVA TOWNSHIP The Minerva Town Board will hold a regular monthly meeting on.April 18, 2002 at the Minerva Town Hall at 7:30 p.m. Susan Sunderland, Clerk Ap17c-15s Pulse on people Two Bagley students completed undergraduate degree requirements to graduate from Bemidji State University at the conclusion of the 2001 Fall Semester. Among the 174 students graduating during the semester were: Leslie Dukek, bachelor of science degree, with honors, in health education, and Jeremy Monsrud, bachelor of science degree in business administration. i i NOTICE TO THE RESIDENTS OF BEAR CREEK The Bear Creek Town Board will hold their Board of Audit on Wednesday, April 17th at 7:00 p.m. with the regular board meeting at 8:00 p.m. at the Bear Creek Town Hall. Mischa Halberg, Clerk &o]uc NOTICE HOLST TOWNSHIP ASSESSMENT NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That the Board of Review of the Township of Hoist, Clearwater County, Minnesota, will meet at the Office of the Clerk in said Hoist Town Hall at 7 o'clock p.m., on Tuesday the 16th day of April, 2002 for the purpose of reviewing and correcting the assessment of said Township for the year 2002. All persons considering themselves aggrieved by said assessment, or who wish to complain that the property of another is assessed too low, are hereby notified to appear at said meeting, and show cause of having such assessment corrected. No complaint that another person is assessed too low will be acted upon until the person so assessed, or his agent, shall have been notified of such complaint. Given under my hand this 3rd day of April, 2002. Bonnie R. Engen, Clerk of the Township of Hoist NOTICE AplOc TO THE RESIDENTS OF POPPLE TOWNSHIP The Township meetings for the year are .scheduled as follows: May 16, 2002-Regular meeting 7:30 p.m. at Town Hall. June 6, 2002-Road Review 7:00 p.m. June 27, 2002-Regular meeting 7:30 p.m. at Town Hall. Aug. 6, 2002-Regular meeting 7:30 p.m. at Town Hall. Sept. 19, 2002-Regular meeting 7:30 p.m. at Town Hall. Oct. 31,2002-Regular meeting 7:30 p.m. at TownHall. Dec. 19, 2002-Regular meeting 7:30 p.m. at DiAnna Friborg's. Jan. 30, 2003-Board of Audit 7:30 p.m. at DiAnna Friborg's. March 11,2003-Township Elections 5-8 p.m. at Town Hall. Annual meeting following vote count. March 18, 2003-Reorganizational meeting 7:30 p.m. at Town Hall. April 24, 2003- Regular meeting 7:30 p.m. at Town Hall. DiAnna Friborg, Clerk AplOc The Northwest Foundation (NMF) will workshop to help nonprofit managers understand how intelligence is more responsible than IQ for and leadership success. will be held at the S Concordia Language Bemidji on April 16. including lunch. Space Is register early with 759-2057 or In this session, you differences between IQ why EQ is the better success; how to develop your emotional intelliget~: to improve decision communication and management; and your EQ and your EQ The workshop Mary Casey, president Centerpoint Minneapolis. Mary's includes designing and training programs for executives throughout the Europe. This workshop iS through the Center for Management, University Thomas as part of the Minnesota Foundation's nonprofits in the region. Crime issues of The Minnesota Cent~' Victim Services Minnesota Department Safety will host a meeting to solicit public the level of services victim services in Judicial District. The 9th Judicial Aitkin, Beltrami, CasS, Crow Wing, Koochiching, Lake of Mahnomen, Marshall,. Pennington, Polk, R~l Roseau counties. The meeting will be Wednesday, April 10, Power Company, Bemidji. Participants will Georgie Peterson, Administration; executive director, and advocates with victim service l MCCVS will use to help identify needs in services in Minnesota.: provided through state, municipal agencies, as private and non-profit Services range including legal and relocation advocacy and legal emergency housing UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA & 4-H April 9,16 Shooting Sports, ! White 11,12 Gonvick Milk MustaChe! 11 Dog Training, 6 White Alcohol Decisior~, ' BHS 12 Volley for l Gonvick Tobacco PreventiOll' BHS 13 Building Duck 1 9a 15 Let's Get Gonvick 10-NOON 8¢ Parents Count, 15-18 Good Food Bagley 16 Let's Get Readyt° Bagley 10-NOON Farm Safety County 17 Parents Forever, Count, 18 4-H D'o Beginner, Advanced, 7 22 4-H Leaders County 24-29 Food Guide Call 694-6151 /