Lake Co. Past: August 16From Lake County newspaper archives.
Mrs. Hilma Loager’s steam baths at South Avenue are now in first class condition and all who are desirous of obtaining one of those famous baths should call on Wednesdays and Saturdays of each week. Hours from 2 - 6 p.m. for ladies and 6 p.m. - 12 a.m. for gentlemen.
THREE SHIFTS FOR TUG EDNA G.
Three shifts were inaugurated on the Edna G. last Wednesday in compliance with the new Seaman’s Act. Captain Jesse Penney, from the Great Lakes Towing Co. in Duluth, assumed the third shift, with John Leclair as engineer. Captain Harry F. Brower and engineer George Damour continue on one shift and Capt. Herman Johnson and engineer Fabian Poulin on the other.
BEARS DRAW BIG CROWD TO CITY DUMP
Parking problems were more serious out at the city dump than anywhere else in town during the past week as hundreds of persons converged on that area to view a group of bears of all ages. Bears were reported as far downtown as 5th ST. and also have been roaming the areas around Segog, Homewood and Shoreview.
LABOUNTY GROWING BY LEAPS AND BOUNDS
Labounty Manufacturing continues bursting at the seams. A 23,000 square foot, $1.7 million addition to the factory is on schedule for completion later this month. Company Vice-President, Ken LaBounty, said demand continues to grow for the company’s shears and grapples for demolition work and scrap processing.