Dine-in Specials

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CROSBY-IRONTON COURIER
Courier Crossword
Wednesday, Nov.12, 2014
—Answers on page 6
Remember When?
Excerpts from the Courier files
95 years ago…
Wednesday, Nov. 14, 1919
Crosby was without any
Soo passenger train for two
days this week on account of
a freight wreck near Lawler.
Herbert Humble is ill this
week from intestine poisoning, caused, it is said, by
some chicken he ate.
The mail on Wednesday
afternoon from the west was
delayed several hours and the
patrons did receive the afternoon mail but not until
Thursday morning. The cause
of the delay was wreck near
Brainerd.
The Red Cross solicitors
were out this week and report
the best of success in securing
members for 1920.
85 years ago…
Thursday, Nov. 14, 1929
The hard-driving miners
of Crosby-Ironton High
School journeyed to Brainerd
on Armistice Day for the final
football game of the season
and came away victors with a
13 to 0 score. The results
gave Crosby-Ironton full
claim to the district championship as the only undefeated
team in the district.
The store and post office
at Crow Wing Station, south
of Brainerd, operated by R.
G. Norquist the past ten
years, burned to the ground
about one o’clock Saturday
morning, fire being of
unknown origin.
For stealing one red hog at
Pequot, a man who admitted
his guilt, heard the court pronounce sentence of one to
five years at the St. Cloud
Reformatory.
The high school girls in all-conference team.
with a 230-pound deer and
Riverton have organized a
Butch Hawks was elected Dennis Kagel, Ironton, with a
club which they named the president of the Crosby Beach 200-pound deer.
“Gloom Chasers.”
4-H Club. Lucille Semler is
vice president.
75 years ago…
Thursday, Nov. 16, 1939
Approximately 800 people
were present for the dedication exercises for the gymnasium and auditorium held last
Friday night in the beautiful
new building.
Bette Davis, America’s
No. 1 actress, visited in the
Minnesota
Arrowhead
Country this week for the first
time and found it “thrillingly
beautiful.”
Manganese reports Charlie
Ellis was appointed as trustee
on the village council to fill a
vacancy.
Last week Manganese
seemed a “mecca” for peddlers, as the village was canvassed by men selling apples,
blankets and meats.
65 years ago…
Thursday, Nov. 17, 1949
Minnesota’s population
has risen to 2,977,000 an
increase of 185,000 since
1940, the Federal Census
Bureau estimated.
Mrs. Paul G. Allen,
Crosby, was elected president
of the Lakes Area Council of
Girl Scouts. Mrs. James
Nixon, Deerwood, was elected to a two-year term on the
board of directors.
Crosby-Ironton
High
School football players Grant
Johnson, end, and Don
Vranish, fullback, received
honorable
mention
last
Wednesday when Central 10
conference coaches named the
25 years ago…
55 years ago…
Wednesday, Nov. 15, 1989
The Crosby City Council
approved the rezoning of a
piece of land from industrial
to R2, multiple dwelling, to
allow the construction of an
apartment building. The land
is located just north of the
Cuyuna Range Historical
Museum and has been purchased by Fairchild Nursing
Home.
“Doot” Rood and her husband, Irv, opened Doot’s
Diner in the former Roy’s
Cafe building in Deerwood
last week. The diner is newly
remodeled and will feature
homemade pies, soups and
caramel rolls.
Mel Hoffmann was recently named to the Hall of Fame
of the C-I Quarterbacks for his
many years of dedicated service. He and the late Wally
Christenson share the honor of
the only members in the Hall
of Fame.
Wednesday, Nov. 18, 1959
The Ironton village council last night appointed Euno
Nord trustee, replacing Earl
Bedard who is serving temporarily as mayor of the village. Bedard replaces retiring
mayor, Curtis Johnson.
Al Alt, who has been manager of the Lampert Lumber
Co. in Crosby for the past five
years, will go to St. Paul
where he will be one of two
buyers in the company’s general office.
The Hospital Auxiliary
members and their friends will
be making Christmas corsages
to be sold in the range area
during the holiday season.
Former C-I athlete, Don
Stang, is one of 25 players
chosen for the Gopher Frosh
team at the University of
Minnesota.
45 years ago… 15 years ago…
Wednesday, Nov. 12, 1969
Wednesday, Nov. 17, 1999
Gary Heglund recently
purchased Jarvela Drug Store
in Crosby and took over its
operation on Nov. 1.
The Northern Timber
Company building on East
Main Street in Crosby has
been purchased by Harold
Hamilton and the building
now
houses
Hamilton
Insurance Agency.
Mrs. Robert (Marion)
Mayheu, former postmaster in
Ironton, will be honored guest
at a dinner on Sunday at the
Sportsman’s
Club
in
Deerwood.
Don Anderson, fullback
for the C-I Rangers football
squad, was named to WCCO
Radio’s “Prep Parade” allstate team of the week last
forming arts space.
Thursday. Duane Anderson
Great River Arts is located had been named earlier this
at 122 First Street SE in his- year.
toric downtown Little Falls.
TJ’s Riverside welcomes
new owners Dave and Jackie
Carlson, Eagan. Tom and
Janie Stanton turned over the
keys on Oct. 1.
About 10 women at St.
Joseph’s Catholic Church,
Crosby, have been working on
the project of constructing
sleeping bags. To date over 80
bags have been constructed
and delivered to Peace House,
a homeless gathering place in
the Twin Cities.
Brainerd has registered
3,074 deer this year for a 70
percent increase over last year.
Aitkin has registered 2,894 for
64 percent increase. The
weather combined with
increased deer numbers
accounts for the 42 percent
increase area wide.
Great River Arts presents
‘Caught in the Net’
Great River Arts is
pleased to present the Dinner
Theater
production
of
‘Caught in the Net’ by Ray
Cooney on Nov. 13, 14 and
15. Doors open at 5 p.m., dinner is served at 6 p.m. and the
show begins at 7 p.m. Tickets
will not be sold at the door,
but can be purchased at Great
River Arts or on-line for $25.
Dinner will be catered by
A.T. the Black & White
restaurant in Little Falls.
Beer and wine will be available for purchase at a cash
bar for those of age.
The cast and crew of
‘Caught in the Net’ have been
working
since
midSeptember to bring a stellar
comedic performance to the
Little Falls community.
‘Caught in the Net’ centers
around John Smith, a metropolitan cab driver and his
secret lives. Smith’s double
life revolves around the fact
he has two separate families,
a wife and a son in one family and a wife and a daughter
in the other. Life is good until
his children meet through an
on-line dating service. It is
now Smith’s job to keep
those kids apart so his secret
is not discovered.
Directed by Mark Gerbi
ad Jerry Knafla, this production will be the second
Dinner Theater performance
in the Great River Arts per-
Compost at
Arboretum
Northland Arboretum will
be accepting leaves and grass
clippings Monday through
Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
through Friday, Nov. 14.
Leaves and grass clippings are no longer accepted
on Saturdays.
Please check in at the
Visitor Center before dropping off your leaves and grass
clippings as the composting
site has moved.
Compost is also ready to
be picked up.
Donations are gladly
accepted.
For additional information, please call 829-8770.
Youth Center
offers sign rental
The Cuyuna Range Youth
Center has a changeable sign,
donated by the Crosby Fire
Department. This sign can be
rented for announcements,
seminars, special events, or
any short-term advertising
you may need. Rental cost is
$15 per day or $50 per week.
For more information on renting the sign, contact 2327019.
5 years ago…
35 years ago…
County land sale
to be held Nov. 21
Crow Wing County will
hold a public land sale on
Nov. 21 at 10 a.m. in the Land
Services Building located at
322 Laurel Street in Brainerd.
101 tracts of tax-forfeited
land valued at over $1.77 million will be offered for sale at
public auction. Properties are
located throughout Crow
Wing County from the Mille
Lacs Lake area in Garrison to
Ideal Township, with many
lots in Breezy Point,
Brainerd, and Baxter.
Properties offered for sale
can be searched through an
interactive map application
available on the Land
Services Web page at
www.crowwing.us
under
“land sale.” This application
provides links to detailed
information about location,
size and appraised value for
all 101 tracts offered at auction. Interested buyers may
also contact Land Services
staff at 824-1115 or [email protected] for more
information.
“These tax-forfeited properties represent an excellent
opportunity for the public to
purchase their piece of the
‘northwoods’ at a reasonable
rate,” stated Natural Resource
Manager Jake Frie. “Whether
people are interested in sites
for building, seasonal use or
recreation, there are a variety
of tracts available for purchase in Crow Wing County.”
Additionally, over 260
properties offered for auction
in prior years that remain
unsold are available for direct
purchase any time over-thecounter. Information on how
to purchase these properties is
available by contacting the
Land Services Department or
by visiting the ‘Land Sale’
Web page.
Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2009
The
Deerwood
City
Council heard at its Monday
night meeting that the grinder
lift station project is “substantially complete.”
Northern Lights Over
Roosevelt, the development
that has been in the works for
about three years, was given
approval for its final plat by
the Emily City Council at the
council meeting Nov. 10. The
plat was approved by a vote of
4-0.
Crosby-Ironton
Head
Football Coach Mike Gindorff
has earned Coach of the Year
honors in the conference. The
Rangers had an 8-0 regular
season record and advanced to
the Section 6-2A finals, but
fell to Pierz to finish the season with a 10-1 overall record.
Wednesday, Nov. 14, 1979
Plans are under way for
some remodeling at the
Crosby City Hall in the interest of efficiency and expansion.
Through a cooperative
program, the City of Crosby
and
the
C-I
Hockey
Association are providing a
new 77 by 182-foot hockey
rink adjacent to the present
skating rink, the latter to be
for open skating only.
The Jim Parks home on
the Mitchell Lake Road was
completely destroyed by fire
this weekend. The family was
not at home at the time, but
lost all of their belongings in
the fire.
Among successful hunters
were Kim Wynn, Cuyuna,
DEERWOOD FIRE RELIEF ASSOCIATION
TURKEY BINGO
ALL AGES
WELCOME
TO PLAY
Monday, Nov. 24 • 7 p.m.
Deerwood Auditorium
TURKEY RAFFLE TICKETS…$1 DONATION…LIC. # B-03780
GRAND PRIZE: Beretta 300 Outlander 12 ga
2ND PLACE: iPad; 3RD PLACE: iPad; 4TH PLACE: $100 CASH
WINNER IS RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY APPLICABLE FEES OR TAXES • NEED NOT BE PRESENT TO WIN
Concession proceeds go to Grad Blast
C-I Pub
DINING ROOM
HOURS:
(FORMERLY GARY’S)
240 Curtis Avenue, Ironton Sun.-Thurs. 11 a.m.-8 p.m.
(218) 772-0262
PIZZA & FOOD DELIVERY • 5 to 10 pm
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HOURS: Open at 2 p.m. Tues.-Sat. • 218-546-5975
Happy Hour: 2-5 p.m. Daily
Kitchen Open Tues-Wed-Thur-Fri Nights!
Fri.-Sat. 11 a.m. -10 p.m.
Serving the Cuyuna Range Area
NEW FOOD-THEMED NIGHTS!
Burger
Night
Every Tues. 4:30-7:30 p.m.
Homemade
Pizza Daily!
Take-Out
W elcome
Hot Turkey Sandwich
w/mashed potatoes, gravy & stuffing
or Fish or Shrimp
Fri., Nov. 14• 5-7 p.m.
Mexican Mondays • Comfort Food Tuesdays
Asian Wednesdays • Italian Thursdays • Fish Fridays
PRIME AND PASTAS
FRIDAY & SATURDAY NIGHTS 4 TO 10 P.M.
Live Music…
Saturdays 9:30 p.m.-1:30 p.m.
Nov. 15… “October Son”
Nov. 22… “October Son”
Nov. 29… “Wayne Renn Band”
Indoor Bean Bag League Forming… Stop in for details
MEAT RAFFLE Saturdays at 5 p.m.
Pulltabs & Meat Raffle by C-I Sports Boosters ( Lic#02536-002)
“Where old friends meet and new ones are made”
USE ALLEY FOR BACK DOOR PARKING
DOWNTOWN CROSBY • 546-5465
Hours: Monday-Saturday 9 a.m. to Close
Sunday 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Dine-in Specials
MONDAY-BURGER NIGHT, 5-9
Hamburger, $3.49 • Cheeseburger, $3.99
Bacon Cheeseburger, $4.49
Served with Fries or Tots.
Hours: Mon.-Fri. 10 a.m. to 1 a.m. • Sat. 8 a.m. to 1 a.m. • Sun.10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
MEAT
RAFFLES
DOWNTOWN CUYUNA
(218) 772-0252
SMEAR, 2 P.M. EVERY THURSDAY
WEDNESDAY-WING NIGHT, 5-9
6-Piece, $4.95 • 12 Piece, $9.95 • 18 Piece, $14.95
Cuyuna Fire Dept.
FRIDAY, WALLEYE BASKETS, 5-9
MEAT RAFFLE
Wed., Nov. 26
“All trails lead to the Woodtick”
House Pasta Bowl, $6.49
Chicken Alfredo Bowl, $6.99
THURSDAY, RIB NIGHT, 5-9
Live Music…“Whiskey Tango”
MEGA, MEGA, MEGA
Sat., Nov. 29
8 p.m. to Midnight
TUESDAY-PASTA BOWLS, 5-9
Saturdays, 2 p.m.
Sundays, 3:30 p.m.
(LIC. NO. B-02163)
BEST BLOODY
MARYS IN THE
AREA
1/2 Rack, $8.95 • Full Rack, $13.95
Walleye Basket, $10.95
COUPON
$1 Off Any Food Basket Item
Nov. 12-18 • Dine-in Only
CROSBY BAR • 546-5465
MEGA MEAT RAFFLE
Sat., Nov. 29 • 3:30 p.m.
Second chance drawing to follow
Meat Raffle,
Saturdays
3:30 p.m.
Crosby Fire Dept.
Charitable
Gambling
Lic.#A02476-001
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