Nov. 2019 THE MAZEPPA JOURNAL , Editor and Publisher: Barbara and Reider Tommeraas March 11, 1949 Voters Favor City Disp’nsary In one of the largest local votes on record, Mazeppa voters Tuesday favored the establishment of a municipal liquor dispensary by a tally of 174 to 112. Yesterday’s election came as an aftermath of a petition in favor of a municipal ownership is still up to the village council. At present there are three liquor stores, but L.A. Gahler did not renew his license, which expires April 1. Good weather favored the township elections. In Mazeppa township Warren Grossbach received 101 votes as for supervisor for three years, Haven Judd 101 for treasurer for two years and Felix Marx was elected assessor, defeating Arnold Borgschatz 83 to 25. In Chester Township, Fred Betcher defeated Everett Freheit for assessor, 62 to 48, John Ring topped Erie Heitman for treasurer, 52 to 47 and L.J. Majerus was named assessor, defeating Donald Lemmerman, 69 to 20.
Weddings HALLETT-WEBER Miss Elizabeth Ann Weber, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Casper Weber of Mazeppa and John Lester Hallett of Los Angeles, Calif., were united in marriage at 4:30 p.m. Feb. 25 at St. Bazile rectory, Los Angeles. Monsignor Kirk officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride is a graduate of Mazeppa High School and is employed as a waitress at the Brown Derby. Mr. Hallett attended Belmont High school is employed Paramount Studios as a set decorator. Maas’ Store $20,000.00 Stock Placed On Sale Mazeppa’s biggest sale will start at 9 a.m. sharp, Friday, March 11, when the $20,000. stock of Maas’ Store will be placed on the bargain block. The store was closed Wednesday and Thursday of this week in order to sale tag and arrange all merchandise for fast selling. Opening specials and hundreds of other dry goods and grocery items are listed in a full page advertisement in this issue of The Journal. Unbelievable bargains galore are describe so that customers may study this advertisement carefully and be all set for the huge sale when it opens Friday.
CORRECTION NOTICE I have not lost my hauling license or paid any fines for the same. My price is in line with all other truckers outside of this territory and that covers a big one. This should eliminate the propaganda that is blowing. Nick Reiland
Oelker’s Froz-n Foods Has Anniversary Sale In order to express appreciation for the fine business enjoyed during the past nine years, Oelkers’ Froz-n Foods is staging a Ninth Anniversary sale this week-end. Patrons are invited to come in, visit every department and check quality and price. Bargains will be offered in meats, vegetables and grocery products. Butternut coffee and cookies will be served all day Saturday. A Cory glass coffee maker and other prizes will be given away. Examine the large advertisement on the last page of The Journal for the many bargains offered by Oelker’s Froz-n Foods. LOCALS Mr. and Mrs. Irving Goranson are the parents of a son weighing 10 pounds, 14 ounces, born Wednesday morning at the Lake City hospital. The American Legion Auxiliary met at the school last Thursday evening. Parts were handed out for the play, “Aaron Slick of Hickory Crick,: which it is going to present and the first practice was scheduled for Wednesday. Mrs. Susan Arendt began work at the school lunch room, Monday. Mrs. P.J. Majerus has stopped working there because of ill health. Rural Pupils Observe State Centennial Pupils of School Dist. 76 and their teacher, Miss Ruth Reeve, met with Dist. 54 pupils and their teacher, Mrs. Alice Bright, at the latter’s school Thursday afternoon, March 3, to celebrate the Minnesota Territorial Centennial. Parents of pupils from both districts were present. A very instructive program, in which all pupils participated, depicted life in early Minnesota and up to the present time. A special story was told of the settlement of Mazeppa. A radio quiz program was also presented and a movie made by the pupils was shown. Minnesota songs were sung. Art and handicraft projects of pupils were on display. This program came as a climax to an intensive study of Minnesota. WANT ADS FOR SALE- 14 Sheep with lambs, and 1935 Ford Coupe, all new tires. Robert Tri, Pine Island FOR SALE- 1930 Model A Truck and 1938 V-8 Coach with ’46 motor. Both in good condition. Sylvester Tri. WANTED- Curtain Stretching and Washing. Mrs. Peter Livingston, Mazeppa, Minn.