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Jun 22, 2016

Day in History: 75 cents a day allotted to men for meals

Rochester's application for an area vocational-technical school will be heard by the State Board of Vocational Education in Brainerd. A delegation representing Rochester prepared a 112-page application for the state board. • Dr. Walter Alvarez, a member of the Mayo Clinic staff from 1926 until 1950 has written another book – this one on "Little Strokes." Dr. Alvarez is well known for his syndicated newspaper medical column carried in some 80 U.S. newspapers. 1941 – 75 years ago • Reports from Mankato, site of the southern Minnesota Golf tournament, indicates that there is a very large entry field. Rochester's Billy Cooper is the defending champion. The tournament will open tomorrow. • Expressing confidence that farmers face reality and accept the burdens of this new war, Mr. Skuli Rutford, addressed several hundred farm families at the Fillmore County community picnic. • One hundred former residents attended the annual homecoming celebration at the High Forest Methodist Church. Rev. M. Lee Wilson, pastor, presided. 1916 – 100 years ago • Norton Lawler is expected to return to Rochester this week. He has been attending school in Washington, D.C., for the past year. • Commencing with this evening, new orders will go into effect to the members of the Rochester Machine Gun Company. The unmarried men of the company will eat down town at the expense of the government and will sleep at the armory. The government allows 75 cents per day each to feed the men while in the city. (Post-Bulletin)

May 18, 2016

The Center to have plant sale

The Center's annual plant sale will be from 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Thursday and Friday and 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at The Center, 803 Kingwood St., Brainerd. One hundred percent of the sales benefit The Center. There will be a variety of tomatoes, peppers, herbs, hanging floral baskets and strawberries as well as rhubarb, lilacs, annual and perennial flowers, hostas and more. (Brainerd Dispatch)

Apr 22, 2016

LaBrosse, Robert "Bobby" Fred

S. Navy and retired from BellSouth after 36 years of service. He was currently working part-time with Centaur Courier Service. He was a member of the Brainerd Masonic Lodge #736, York Rite, Alhambra Shrine, O Possum Creek Shrine Club, Royal Order of Jesters #39, Sunnyside OES #359, Red Fez Shrine Club and the BPOE Elks Lodge #91. He attended OLPH Catholic Church. Survivors include his wife, Pauline “Polly” LaBrosse, of Chattanooga; eight children, Robert LaBrosse, Jr., of Metairie, LA, Kristen (Skip) Wendel, of Houston, David (Beth Ann) LaBrosse, of New Orleans, Christopher LaBrosse, of Chattanooga, Jeremiah LaBrosse, of Waveland, MS, Kenneth (Dotti) Hartman, of Ringgold, David (Heather) Hartman, of Chickamauga, Kristi Scott, of Chattanooga, 16 grandchildren, one great-granddaughter, two brothers, Isadore LaBrosse, of Chalmette, LA, Bradley LaBrosse, of Arabi, LA, and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. on Friday, April 22, in the East Brainerd Chapel of Chattanooga Funeral Home.  Military rites, Masonic rites and Shrine Honor Guard will be conducted at the service. The family will receive friends from 5–8 p.m. on Thursday, April 21, and from 12–2 p.m. on Friday, April 22, at the funeral home.   In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Brainerd Masonic Lodge #736. Please share your thoughts and memories online at www.ChattanoogaEastBrainerdChapel.com. Arrangements... (The Chattanoogan)

Apr 22, 2016

Leona W. DeMarco

Hibbing, Minnesota. In 1948, Leona married John DeMarco in Hibbing, MN. They had six children while living in Brainerd, MN and three more children after moving to Yuba City, CA, where John established two thriving Credit Bureaus. In 1964 the family moved to Oregon with stops in Cottage Grove and Eugene, finally setting down roots in Bend in 1976.Leona was very devoted to her children and loved each of them equally. She had a deep, abiding Catholic faith, filled with prayer and service. She was a member of St. Francis Church, Catholic Daughters, The Swing Choir and The Altar Society. She was very supportive of the Rosie Bareis Center. Leona loved to; sing, garden, arrange flowers, play cards, bake yummy cookies and cinnamon rolls. She loved music, good food (eaten slowly and gratefully) and trips to Las Vegas. In addition, she loved to entertain and could out­last anyone at a party. Leona always had a simple open invitation to family and friends,"Come see me."She always demonstrated great stamina and courage, like when she evacuated her children during the disastrous flooding of their home in Yuba City, California on Christmas Eve, 1955.Leona is survived by her loving children, Ray (Jane) of Portland, OR, Jerome (Margaret) of Tigard, OR, John (Diane) Eugene, OR, Clare (Gary) March, Spokane, WA, Mary (Ed) Griswold, Friday Harbor, WA, Richard (Deborah) Bend, OR, James (Luanne) Portland, OR; sister, Joanne Horgan of Salt Lake City Utah; 14 grandchildren; and 10 great- grandchildren.Leona was prec... (Bend Bulletin)

Feb 3, 2016

Henry Mills, 87, was in a 'class by himself'

Hank," died Jan. 14 in Appleton at age 87 after an undisclosed illness. Mills' father, Stewart C. Mills Sr., founded Mills Companies in Brainerd, Minnesota in 1922. The family later created an oil company and opened a dealership and auto parts stores. Henry Mills, his father and his brother, Stewart C. Mills Jr, founded Fleet Farm in 1955. Today, Fleet Farm has 35 stores, including a $6 million Grand Chute store built in 2006, and employs about 6,000 people. The retailer, which has headquarters in Brainerd and Grand Chute, announced early this month that it had been sold to a New York investment firm. According to Gill, Henry Mills' passion was for helping others — especially kids — in the Fox Valley, quietly. Gill was part of a group of professionals who joined Mills in 1982 to create the Valley Kids Foundation, an organization aimed at helping Fox Valley children with medical needs, education assistance and various recreational activities. "The spot in his heart was for kids," Gill said. "There are hundreds of children here in the Valley whose lives have been changed for the better." Maria Van Laanen, president of the Fox Cities Performing Arts Center, said Mills was one of the "visionary community leaders" who contributed to a fundraising campaign for the arts facility. "Henry was definitely a great visionary for our community and definitely a great attraction for businesses," she said. According to his obituary, Mills, who was born in 1928, left the University of Minnesota with his brother in the late 1940s to work and live in Alaska. He later earned a bachelor's degree from Hamline University. Mills was a member of the 194th Tank Battalion, Minnesot... (Appleton Post Crescent)

Feb 3, 2016

TJ's Floral and Gifts now open in downtown Walker

Inspired by her passion for flowers, Teah studied at Central Lakes College in Brainerd, enrolling in the floral design program that included courses in horticulture, greenhouse, nursery and floral design.  She also gained hands-on experience during the eight years she worked at Northern Lakes Floral and Garden Center in Walker, which closed recently. At that point Teah decided to open her own business. TJ’s Floral can provide floral arrangements for weddings, funerals, birthdays, proms, and other special and everyday events. Cut flowers are available, either wrapped or arranged in a vase, plus a variety of house plants, including specialty items like succulents and air plants. Delivery is available within the Leech Lake area, including Walker, Hackensack, Akeley, Longville, Laporte-Benedict and Cass Lake. Teah can arrange out-of-town floral deliveries by calling a florist in the town or city specified. Gift items include flower pot covers, greeting cards, and home decor and accessories such as Root Candles, “The best candle in America,” made of beeswax in Medina, Ohio, since 1869. The store will also stock handcrafted Laketown Chocolates, made for the past 30 years in Waconia, Minn. Other merchandise may also be added. Teah, her husband Jesse and their three children live in the Walker a... (Walker Pilot Independent)