New Year news 25 and 50 years ago
Lake County News-Chronicle archives
Cudda Johnson at the Harbor Inn had a Christmas tree decorated with lights that blinked on and off. A city official was remarking about it and Cudda said that the darned city light rates were so high that he could only afford to burn the lights half the time.
FIRST BABY OF THE NEW YEAR IN TWO HARBORS
Lake Memorial Hospital welcomed in the New Year baby; a dark haired lass born to Mr. and Mrs. Norman Williams of Silver Bay at 8:04 p.m.. She came into this world less than two hours before a boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. John Halden of Two Harbors at 10 p.m.
NO MISHAPS MAR HOLIDAY IN CITY
The old year of 1962 ended and the new year of 1963 began in Two Harbors without serious accident or even an arrest according to police officers here.
HAS BEENS TO HOLD BELATED CHRISTMAS PARTY
The Has Beens and their guests will hold their Belated Christmas Party in the Memorial room at the Legion on Monday, Jan. 18th. This is a pot luck supper and instead of a gift exchange each will donate money for the Food Shelf. For you Has Beens who belong and don’t attend and for you who could belong and don’t, I would like to take this opportunity to inform you that at the last meeting we again made a $25 donation to the Food Shelf.