DULUTH-TWO HARBORS BOULEVARD AGAIN BROUGHT INTO LIMELIGHT
Along the rugged, hill-bordered shore of Lake Superior stretching from the heart of Duluth to Two Harbors will be constructed one of the most beautiful parked driveways in the world according to the Duluth Herald. The improvement costing approximately $1,000,000 will be a gift to the public by a Duluth millionaire whose name for the present is withheld. The proposed boulevard will start at 8th Avenue East and London Road for a distance of about 30 miles.
TOWN AT FINLAND
A. J. Sonju has purchased a 40-acre tract of land from John McAlpine, the Duluth lumberman, at Finland on the Alger line. The land is the one on which the school at Finland is located. Andrew expects to see a town at Finland some day and he will then have land for a town site.
PLAY PRACTICE WELL UNDER WAY
Preparations for the senior class play, “The Poor Nut” along with construction of elaborate scenery is in progress and the members of the cast are rehearsing their parts diligently every evening. Misses Mabel Wiklund and Patricia Holliday have the leading parts for the girl members of the cast, and Ira Wallin and John Sande have the leads for the boys. The story deals with college life and will be presented at the high school on June 3 and 4.
“GIRLS: You can’t expect a feller to love a girl with pimples, a red nose, colorless lips, dull eyes. Don’t wait – your “chance” might come tomorrow. Better take Hollister’s Rocky Mounty Tea at once and be on the safe side.”
BEACON STAFF READIES FINAL EDITON
Busily preparing for the final edition of the Harbor Beacon, the Two Harbors high school student publication, are the members of the Beacon staff and their supervisor. The final edition with scores of photos, news stories and congratulatory messages will be published in the May 30th edition of the Chronicle & Times. Involved in the Beacon are Barb Lind, Nancy Quist, adviser William Flygare, Nancy Murphy, Diane Gemelke, Peg Overby, Carol Ojard and Alice Uppgard.