Owens taken ill
The hundreds of personal and business friends of Thomas Owens, superintendent of the D&IR and pioneer resident of Two Harbors, have been very solicitous during the past week on account of his having undergone an operation for acute appendicitis. On account of his long residence in the city, his official position with the RR company, and the prominent part he has always taken in public matters, he is one of the best known and most highly respected of our citizens. As the time since the operation increases and favorable indications continue, there is a general feeling of relief in the community, and the numerous friends are now anxiously awaiting the time when recovery will so far have progressed as to be well past the danger zone.
Emmanuel Church to Celebrate 50th
A historical program will be given on Thursday evening, at 8 p.m., at the Emmanuel Lutheran Church in celebration of its 50th anniversary. An informal reception will be held in the church parlors at the close of the program. Refreshments will be served by the Ladies’ Aid.
Open Houses Set at New Car Showings
Refreshments, including a refreshing look at the 1965 auto models, are in the store for residents of the Two Harbors area this weekend as motor dealers in the city are scheduled to take the wraps off the new models. All of the open houses are scheduled Friday, though Bacon’s Rambler unveiled its new models yesterday. The other garages in the city, Sonju Motors, Bennas Garage, and Tourist Garage will continue their shows through Saturday.
Local youth receives Eagle Scout Award
Andrew Sandvik of Two Harbors has received and Eagle Scout Award. The Eagle is the highest rank a boy scout can achieve. As a boy scout, Andrew, has earned 24 merit badges and has served in many leadership capacities in his troop. He received his Eagle badge and scarf at a special Eagle Court of Honor held by Troop 160 at Emmanuel Lutheran Church.