Stories of Big Storms and Banana Belt Give Cooks Folks Big Kick
Stories of Big Storms And Banana Belt Give Cooks Folks Big Kick Cooks. Feb. 23 (Special)—This little village and the surrounding territory has come In for very much prominence during the present present winter. Some of tho resident« are quietly laughing; others consider consider that it is Just newspaper talk anyway and give tho gentle hint that "air’ papers are alike; while some are actually annoyed. A large number of photographs have been taken of local scenes, and photographers who have been successful in getting good pictures have reported a heavy demand for these which, we feel safe In saying. saying. have been circulated through this and other etates. They have gi vcn a fairly clear Idea of conditions conditions prevailing here Banana Belt Stories. Simultaneous with our snow storms and severe weather, we Bark Rivcr-Harris | will j Chu j Saletnn I,uthernn (!hurch Notr*.( Sunday morning. March 3d, at the usual hour, English services be held at Salem Lutheran rch. Rev. Fred F. Olson, pastor. pastor. The Salem Lutheran Ladies' Aid will meet at the home of Mrs. A. E. Johnson Saturday afternoon, afternoon, March 2nd. A cordial invitation is extended to all. have been regaled with "banana belt" stories from various districts not so far from our own. We have heard of the dear little robins, those messengers of spring, of the setting setting hen. the snakes, the returlning geese and a lot of other facts which have been accepted generally as signs and portents that Cooks Is not so bad a place after all and that even In mid winter, spring is not so far away. We rejoice In this, and are proud of our home community. We would like to see more of the robin« and the other welcome messengers. Truly, "pride goeth before a fall” and the fall hath come! Somebody. Somebody. Intentionally or otherwise, has told the world a different story and now, practically everybody outside of Cloverland, and many of our nearer neighbors, put us down as dwellers In the frigid zone, fit companions of the Esqui maux, shut off from everybody. The writer’s attention has been called to a reproduction of one of the aforementioned pictures, which was faithfully produced in a large city dally. Accompanying was the following very eluclatlng deecrlp. tlon, "Digging Out in Upper Michigan." Michigan." The snowplow is at work between between Cooks and Manlstique. It opened the road after these citieB had been Isolated from each other and the outside world for almost a month.