During that entire pcrold the center has been located on the second door of the Thief River clinic on I-alirec ave. They have arrived with only light clothing suitable for more temperate climates and without funds to acquire a wardrobe of warm weather clothing. Aria nr Ctfrlstmas time the center distributed 3B baskets and boxes of food lo families in the area. 8,541 Paid In '73 Premiums At County Fairs Audit completed by the Min- nesota department of agriculture revealed that the state's 93 county fairs paid out sms'l.19 in premiums to local exhibitors during the ' MI73 county fair miilct of the udil triggered payment of stole aids anlhun-cd liv the state legi slat tire ('hecks totaling Si M. agricultural - ■ The of L-gior office Linda Wirak Del Harbott ' Hob Nygnnrd. "as good competition drivers we mustalwaysboawareofovcn the slightest change In the ability of our tires lo grip the track's surface. The' welfare center lins helped to infill the need, orking at the center nut in 1,462 hours of recorded time in their project work last year, hut countless hours hi assistance undoubtedly went unrecorded. According to statistics kept by Mrs, Howes for her annual report to the sponsoring Seventh-day Adventist church, the center spent 1B3G to accomplish the year's activities. Win arc now in the mall lolhe Iik-ii I county agricultural societies and associations. The same Is true of the passenger car driver who wants to protect himself, and those riding with him. , I94tt, nn IIS helicopter set an unofficial world altitude record for helicopters when flown to 21.000 feet at Stratford, Conn., by C.
"There are some awfully nice dresses there, anil look at those coats, too. During the past year, ac- cording to records mnintalned'by Mrs. will lie in Thirl Illver Falls at the eitv auditorium on Tuesday from tr*3n u m In '.' fun Included In Region One -ire [tcltrnml. Place Knife, 2 Teaspoons 42 For .1 limited time you cm $6.50 on each 5-Pc. OFFER ENDS JANUARY 31, 1974 DONEIDA The Jewel Box PACKING QUILTS made by volunteers at the Seventh-day Adventlst welfare center is Mrs. Last year the volunteers made M large quil U and eight children's quilts for distribution to needy fam- ilies.
We're sure there must Be someone who can use them but who doesn't know about our service." Perhaps Mrs. but there certainly are many persons who do know about the center and who have gratefully received assistance during its 14 years of operation. Howes, the center distributed H.02I items of clothing to 1.533 persons, as well as shipping I. In addition to the clothing assistance, the center gave out 55 sets of new- bedding and 7ti ar- ticles of new clothing purchased for persons In need, "we are not able to give new items to everyone.". Howes said, ■but there are cases where we arc nut able lo fill a need from our supply of used articles and then ' we buy what the people need."- As an example she cited several students who have came from overseas lo attend Nor- thland community college. "We especially try lo help with bedding because many church groups and others often help with clothing." Four families received com- plete layettes for babies, in- cluding two doton diapers, blanket, shirts and other Items. HACKS OF CLOTHING await distribution to whoever needs them ot the Seventh-day Advcn Ust welfare center. Leo Hcrbcr is shown with only one of the racks of garments available at the center. "No matter what kind of race wcmaybcln,"Abbottadded.
However, although this Ogure la calculated from o Mdal weather records, the resulting 'averages may not give a true plcturo of area weather for the month. son, thr M "SBrcat-Brandchlldren, and two daughters, one* sister and a sisters: Mrs.
" Temperatures in the Thlrf River Falls ores during December averaged about 3Vj degrees below normal with an end of the month low ot -36 degree*. Mrs, Raymond (Norma) Pedenon of Sie was preceded In death by Eugene Ore.; 13 grandchildren, her husband, one. ' THIEF RIVER FALLS TIMES Published semi-weekly Mondays & Wednesdays at 324 N. 96701 Second class postage paid ot Thief River Foil*. 56701 SUBSCRIPTION RATES Panning I an County and ad|olntng countl.i »7J» ar M S*.30 p*r y»r Henry Hock hasr 17 reasons why you should come to us for income tax help.
The official low for the month was -30 degrees recorded on December 31. Fall* area rrilden U are advised to set their clocks ahead one hour on Htindny •I 2 b. lor Saturday evening if prrfrrabic) to stnv In time with thr rest or the nation. "Our law and regu la I ions apply primarily to.sclccted dairy, egg ..bakery products. Monday at 11 a.m., at the Nazareth Lutheran church in that village. He also served parishes at Dodge Center and at Cedar Grove.
That Is significantly colder than the monfti has recorded In recent years. In I960 the low was only -15 degrees with -IB degrees recorded In December 19G0. Daylight saving time Is being retaliated ai an attempt to camervc energy on a national bail*. Wallace Sparby, vice chairman of the board and regional delegate to the Minnesota School Borads ossocia'tion. The law specifically exempts from open diling all meal, fish, poultry, froicn foods, fresh fruits and legctobtcs. A retired employee of the Soo Line Railroad, Conklin died Friday at Northwestern hospital. 1 1925, he was united in maxri age to Tlllle Knutson at Holt. at East Grand Forks, ot First Lutheran church where he served as pastor from 1949 to IMS. Surviving are Ns wife, Elunor, whom he married In 1937, one daugher, Mrs. Christine Blomberg, BS of Thief River Falls were held today (Wednesday) at 2 p.m.Rlndal Lutheran church.
Observations that were recorded Indicate that the December mean temperature was 5. Morning Thief Hivcr Falls public schools wilt open following the Christmas and New Year's holidays on Monday at the regular hour, according to Dr. • Bus routes will continue on same schedule as prior to holidays and there will be change In pick-up limes. These will primarily Ir* (luitl milk, shell egg and tjiikery products. Borchert attended Concordia Theological seminary at Springfield, ill. Pallbearers were Carl Ryan, a if ford Johnson, Harold Lam- bert, Elmer Krohn, Roy. Mrs, Blomberg, the former Christine Johnson, was bom Nov. On July 10, 1905, she was united in marriage at Rosewood to Emil Blomberg.
82 degrees or nearly 3V, degrees below the five year average of 8.23 degrees. The average dally low was -2.0 degrees or more than two degrees colder than the five year average of 0.2 degrees. Daylight Saving Time To Begin Sunday Morning Thlrf Illver . Commissioner Jon Wcfald ro needed there may be some -confusion during the orientation phase of the new program con- sidered one of the national models in mandatory open "Not all foods normally con- sidered ns perishnblc In 90 days or less arc required to be dated, And consumers are already finding many food products our law and regulations exempt arc tiring dated. Tho body will repose at the Green Funeral home from Friday noon until Saturday noon and at the church for one hour prior to the time of services. Arthur Conklin Services Held Monday At Holt Funeral services for Arthur Conklin, 69 of Holt were held .. Ho served congregations at Rivertpn, Wyo., and Williamsburg, Iowa for one year before hta graduation in 1934. Louis; Mo., and served as missionary pastor for over eight years at Roseau and Bnudctte. The couple farmed In the Rosewood community until 1953.
Among the main volunteers working at the center In addition to Mrs, Howes are Mrs.