Street paving underway
The Lawrence-McCann company has completed the work of concreting First Avenue and began work today on Fourth Avenue. Preparations are being made to lay block on the streets already concreted sometime next week. All the blocks will be inspected by the city before they leave the factory by a Minneapolis expert.
Scarlet fever caution
Quarantine was raised at the home of Mr. & Mrs. Ben Puent, Seventh Avenue, on Monday, one of their children having been laid up with scarlet fever the past three weeks.
“U” to broadcast to new students
Students who are planning to enter the University of Minnesota this fall will receive their instructions by radio. A series of six broadcasts over WLB (760) will be put on the air between 5:45 and 6 p.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays starting Monday, Sept. 11, and covering Sept. 13, 15, 18, 20 and 22.
Audrey Puent is contest winner
Audrey Puent, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Arthur Puent, was chosen as “Miss Two Harbors” at the beauty and personality contest sponsored at the Harbor Theater Thursday evening by the Two Harbors merchants. Miss Eleanor Williams was runner-up and Sylvia Strand placed third. Miss Puent, as she is not yet eighteen, is not eligible to compete in the state beauty contest for the title of “Miss Minnesota.” Miss Williams will have the honor of being “Miss Two Harbors” at the state contest held in 1940.
Erno returns from boot camp
Daniel Erno, son of Mr. and Mrs. Al Erno, arrived home on Thursday after completing boot training at Great Lakes. Danny rejoined the “Accidentals” on Tuesday evening at our county fair to bring their well-known dance music to the teenagers and everyone on Teen Night at the fair.
Moyer will leave city for the east
Dr. Ralph D. Moyer Jr., a physician associated with the Community Health Center Clinic in Two Harbors for the past 13 years, is leaving Sept. 12 to practice general medicine at the clinic and hospital associated with Mt. Holyoke College at South Hadley, Mass. Dr. Moyer arrived here in 1951 to join the staff of the CHC. His wife Angela and two daughters will accompany him next week. They have been residing for several years on the Stanley Road northwest of the city.
Contel breaks ground for new service office garage complex
Ground was broken Aug. 30 for Contel of Minnesota’s $1.1 million complex in the 400 block between 17th and 18th Avenues in Two Harbors. This will be the headquarters for employees providing office services to customers in Contel’s service areas in the northern half of Minnesota and North Dakota. These activities are now housed at 702 Seventh Avenue. It is scheduled for completion by July 1990.