BY BONNIE KAY BALDWIN LAKE MILLS GRAPHIC
BY BONNIE KAY BALDWIN LAKE MILLS GRAPHIC
Leroy Brackey is the April Veteran of the Month. Leroy joined the Army, April 20, 1959. He went to Des Moines, where he had his physical and two days later, was sworn in. The following morning, he was headed on a train to U.S.
LMHS held Senior Expo last Thursday evening.
LMHS held Senior Expo last Thursday evening.
For many traveling enthusiasts, few things are more enticing than the open road. Road trips have long been popular, and that popularity appears to be on the rise.

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“Paul’s eyes rested upon Sweetheart’s hungrily, longingly. She wasn’t his sister! She was no blood relation, or connection at all—yet!” Those lines from Ella Wister Haines’ novel Mysterious Sweetheart captured the attention of readers who favored the works of this Iowa writer in the 1920s. Haines’...
The veteran to be honored by the Top of Iowa Quilt Club this month is Curt Cornell. Curt went into the service during the start of the Vietnam War. He served from January 1963 through August 1966. He left for basic training in January, heading for Lackland AFB in San Antonio, Texas. In April of...
“It is true that waiting on cranky people in a hurry is about the hardest thing that a girl can do,” Anna Murphy told a reporter in 1909. Murphy, owner of the Hotel Goldstone located at 314 East Fifth Street in Des Moines, admitted she had a difficult time hiring and retaining good waitresses at...
by Katie Wubben OWNER, pit stop printing As we enter the holiday season, family traditions, decorations and special treats are certainly something to get excited about. Living in a small town during the holidays is special, since the community is filled with familiar faces, family and friends....
Loud noises coming from the front of the bank woke John Eldridge and his wife in Sully, Iowa, about 3 a.m. on January 30, 1920. The couple lived behind the Sully State Bank, and Eldridge didn’t hesitate to grab his shotgun as he headed toward the front of the bank building to investigate. He shot...
The North Central Iowa Bandmasters Association Middle School Honor Band was held at John Adams Middle School, Mason City, Saturday, Nov. 10. The Lake Mills Instrumental Music Program had five students participating in the event: Chet Casperson (trombone), Sara Nelson (bass clarinet), Sydnee...
The Lake Mills boys’ basketball program held its 19th annual youth free throw contest, Saturday, Nov. 3. Fourth and fifth graders shot from 12 feet, while fifth and sixth graders shot from the standard distance of 15 feet. Results are as follows: 3rd/4th grade division 1st place: Lucas Helgeland...
Elizabeth Carney, a Charles City student studying at the Minneapolis School of Art in the spring of 1935, must have been delighted when she learned the school had awarded her a scholarship to study abroad for a year in Spain. It would give her an opportunity to travel throughout Europe, studying...
BY BONNIE KAY BALDWIN LAKE MILLS GRAPHIC The journey back begins with a lady by the name of Kait Klammer, Good Thunder, Minn., who is a violinist in the Mankato Symphony Orchestra. This violinst recently aquired an old run-down violin. “My son, Luke, rents out living space and he came upon this...
Salem Lutheran Church held a Trunk or Treat event, Sunday, Oct. 28. Kids and their families attended in costume, posed for photos, and collected (or handed out) treats.

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