The Daily Journal from Fergus Falls, Minnesota on May 26, 1976 · Page 5
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Area happenings... .«*-.'-?. <>•;!»- Dairy Day June 1 1 room, is open to youths from 9 to 19 They *m fP ^^ to merchant £2* ^^ * "• char « e of "* Prin«ss Kay n. *** ""* wiu * « **ee of «i Demonstration contest chairmen are Mrs Gerald ' "*** **• and *»• K*nKSL,!Si wm compete at Uke Region Diary Day in to teril !l eitl * r conte ' st shouu contact «« Certificate awarded UNDERWOOD - The 82nd annual convention of the Minnesota Federation of' Women's Clubs was held May ]J to 14 at Bloomington. The Underwood Women's Study Club was awarded a certificate and J1W as third prize in the Environmental Conservation Contest sponsored by Shell OU. Mrs. A.E. NietfeW of the local club attended the convention and accepted the award for the group. The club's act ivities include land reclamation and improvement for the c reatkm of the B [centennial Park at Underwood . Bond issue defeated PARKERS PRAIRIE-Voters overwhelmingly rejecteda $1 38 mOhw school bond issue in the Parkers Prairie School District : The vote'was 582 against the proposal and 262 voting in favor The bond would have supplied funds for renovation of the hieli schooiandforanadditionlotheelementaryschool. Two charged on gun law Rudy 0. Yglesias and Karen Lee Ferguson, both of Wadena have been charged in county court wit ta "Pa onday sWep who altegedlydujcovered three loaded guns in the car. Bail ha been set at $500 each and a District Court appearance for JuwT. Mrs. Jaycees election ~* t t Jayrees rf R °* sa * ^^ «"• •"> Kantrud as president at the meeting held May 19. Elected to serve with her are state delegate and vice president, Mrs. Betty Larson- director, Mrs. Marlys Carlsrud; secretary, Mrs. Colleen Brandt' and treasurer, Mrs. Joyce Elseth. The Mrs. Jayctes will collect newspapers July 2< Country people may bring theirs to town to load on a truck beside the Roinmaking meeting set Rep. Dave Fjoslien has announced there will be a rainmaldng informational meeting at the EvansvilJe public school Thursday- May 27, at 8:15 p.m. Speakers will include Rep. Wendell Erickson, Hills, a member of the governor's task force on weather modtfica Bon and who ha 5 been involved with rainmaking in southwestern Minnesota and South Dakota; Wes Winter, associate professor of physics at Bemidji State University; Jack Donnen, director of weather modification in South Dakota, and a pilot who has had extensive experience in cloud seeding. Bond money is forfeited MOORHEAD, Minn. (AP) - Court officials said'all the de- A total of 29 persons forfeited bond in Clay County, Minn., Court Tuesday in cases stemming from a gambling raid last month. fendants were charged with misdemeanors arising from the April 29 raid at the Sabin Community Hall. 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Ch«ft« S-^- o wcgntfrtby Mr. M^Crt JOO (Ni ' Freer seeking House 70-B post LYLE FREER J.yle Freer, Wadena has announced his candidacy for the Independent-Republican House District 10-B en• dorsement. That legislative seat is presently being hekl by Rep. Joe Graba, DFI^Wadena who has announcod plans not to seek re-election. Freer, a Wadena resident the past 17 years, is seeking election to the 10-B post which includes three townships in Wadena County and the central and southeast portions of otter Tail County. DFLers have endorsed Ted Carr, Richville, for the House District 10-B post. Freer is married and is the father of five children. Tito marks 84th birthday RPTflRAnp Vn r .«»l n ..:- ... ... . * Tito, who has led Yugoslavia on an independent Communist course to p three decad' About 70,000 peou>e filh (Ml.) lOOTll rYed.,fey26,]976 DUTCH AUCTIOoicARPE Old Minnesota Motor Bldg., Downtown Ail Remaining stock of our truckload carpet sale THURSDAY ONLY - NONE HIQHER THAN '3« 1 ,500 yards to choose from at this price or lower FRIDAY ONLY- NONE HIGHER THAN *2" 1100 yards guaranteed available at this price or lower SATURDAY ONLY- NONE HIGHER THAN ']« on All remaining stock. Hurry for your last opportunity. JOKA FURNITURE 118 W. LINCOLN . FERGUS FALLS. MINN. AT- MILLS HIGHER QUALITY at BIGGER SAVINGS! R KFAPM OPEN Monday thru Friday 9 to 9 SATURDAY 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. PICKUP TRUCKS, CAMPERS, FARM VEHICLES DURLON DOUBLE DUTY BOLD NEW 78-SERIES OR CONVENTIONAL IN HIGHWAY OR TRACTION DESIGN Bold 78's are as hefty as they look! This new mttft-mMtt Hit mtli rejged ir/bn ««f ant gtnerous (re«f depth can do a gunt sue job for you on yonrpirtup, camper or farn »hkle When von s«e em rou'llmow they're your iind of lire. ' DOUBLE DUTY HIGHWAY G78-15 HN-15 Bold 78-series sizes 6 P.P. 6P.R. 8p -«- 6P.R. 8P.R. $2960 31 M 3 3 : 5 3 3295 39J] S3.07FetJ.Ex.Tu 3.28 Fed. Ex. Tax 3.41 Fed. Ex. Tax 3.45 Fed. Ex. Tax 3.89 Fed. Ex. Tax DOUBLE DUTY TRACTION Bold 78-series sizes G78-15 6P.R. H78-15 6P.R. H78-15 8P.R. H78-16 6 P.R. L78-16 8P.R. 130.95 33.18 34.95 34.30 41.17 S3.29Fed.Ex.Tax 3.48 Fed. Ex. Tax 3.56 Fed. Ex. Tax 3.66 Fed. Ex. Tax 4.1! Fed.Ex.Tax Tremendous value in conventional sizes! DOUBLE DUTY HIGHWAY 7.00-15 6 P.R. 7.00-15 JP.R. 7.50-16 JP.R. 528.27 30.76 35.95 $2.83 Fed. Ex. Tax 2.96 Fed. Ex. Tax 3.59 Fed. Ex.Tax DOUBLE DUTY TRACTION 7.00-15 7.00-15' 7.50-16 6 P.R. 8 P.R. 8 P.R. (31.65 34.40 J3.I6Fed.Ei.Tai 3.41 Fed. Ex. Tax 3.95 Fed. Ex. Tax X— FREE PARKING OPEN Monday thru Friday 9 to 9 SATURDAY 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. WEST HIGHWAY 210 FERGUS FALLS

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