TWO HARBORS TEN COMMANDMENTS
• Thou shalt honor thy city and keep its laws.
• Remember thy cleaning day and keep it wholly.
Thou shalt love and cherish thy children and provide them decent homes and playgrounds.
• Thou shalt not keep thy windows closed day or night.
• Thou shalt keep they street clean of weeds, thy alley and thy back yard.
• Thou shalt not kill thy children’s bodies with poisonous air nor their soul with bad companions.
• Thou shalt not let the wicked fly live.
• Thou shalt not steal thy children’s right to happiness and pure water from them.
• Thou shalt bear witness against thy neighbor’s rubbish heap.
• Thou shalt covet purity, morality and cleanliness.
The grand opening of Wilson’s Skateland is Tuesday, May 10, at the Park Pavilion. There will be skating every Tuesday and Thursday with lessons in circle waltz and two- step. Admission: Ladies, 25 cents, Gentlemen, 35 cents. “Grace, Health and Beauty Developed by Roller Skating”
SVEE TO RETIRE AFTER 30 YEARS
When beer first came back to this country 30 years ago, a goodly share of the suds was distributed by Lars M. Svee, who had come to this land from his native Norway a decade before. Over the years, with only one brief vacation, the dean of North Shore distributors has rolled his trucks hundreds of thousands of miles along the North Shore and his wide smile and rich Norwegian brogue has been known every mile of the way. Now Lars is about to retire and the business will be carried on by his son, George, who was just two- years old when his parents came to America in 1923.