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 - fbesnah*. March 54. 1958 DAILY PRESS Kites Fly...
fbesnah*. March 54. 1958 DAILY PRESS Kites Fly High In Cub Scout Contest Twenty-seven Cub Scout* of Rod Buck District have qualified to compete for district championship honor? at the second annual district kite flyin* contest to be held at the U. P. State Fairgrounds kites the in Escanaba Sunday afternoon.' their kite March 30. The elimination contests ended yesterday, with nine packs in the district each reporting three of Cabinet Maker Taken By Death Olaf Verner Olson, 53, widely lenown cabinet maker, and an active leader in the Salvation Army, died Sunday at 0:80 a m. after an illness of several months Hp re?Hed In Gladstone Rte. 1 with Mr. and Mrs. Albin Lauson. He was bom in Sunne. Varm- land, Sweden, June 3. 1904 and eame to this country to live in Chicago hefore movinp to Glad- 457 _ Gregory Krause,'James Ellisor and Eugene Terrian. Hermansville — Harry Gordon, Alan Marana and Martin Smith. thrir members qualified to enter the championship finals to be held next Sunday at 1:30 p. m. Finalists were picked on the basis of their skill in handling the had made, the height! flew, and the construction and originality of their kites.1 Some of the kites sailed to heights of 4.000 feet. William Niles. Escanaba, Rod Buck District Cub Scout commissioner, announrt-d the names of those who had qualified for the district as follows: Gladstone. Pack 420 — Charles Mineau, Billy Mineau and Peter | Allbright; Pack 546 — Dennis Beechler, James Beechler and Gary Micheau. Bark River, Pack 445 — Gregg Niquette, Danny Krause and Mike Niquette. Escanaba. Pack 410 — Pat Bonifas, Jim Bonifas and Charles McCarthy; Pack 411 — Tom Meim, James Hall and Robbie Schmeling; Pack 412 — Billy Storbeck, j David Lee and Michael Simons; Pack 416 — Gary Rushka, Jimmy Caron and David Skippar; Pack U. Met The the held M.irco’s resenting I U P. Bland, and education, | meeting, Cecil day them 1617-18. members commit| tee I of ; attend ! w hich i Grand stone in 1931. He lived In Esea naba with the Lausons seveiS '] years before moving with them to Gladstone Rte. 1. He was a Soldier of the Salva tion Army and was leader of the Salvation Army Band. He is survived by four sisters LAST YEAR'S DISTRICT champion In Cub Scout kite flying wan Dennie Beechler of Gladstone, who ha* qualified for this year’* contest. Pictured (left to right) are Jame* Beechler, second place winner, and I>ennis Beechler, both of Gladstone, In elimination contest held there Sunday. (Daily Pre*a Photo) EHS Students To Hold Spelling DaysTwo More Of Ice Fishing board Tuesday at held Eagle* St. | Church (7:45 held. Cub John

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  1. The Escanaba Daily Press,
  2. 24 Mar 1958, Mon,
  3. Page 3

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