60 Years Ago Items taken from the Sun of June 5, 1956 Boys from Districts 39 and 63 combined to win the kittenball championship at the annual Rural Field Day program in Morris recently. The boys along with their teachers were Ronald Strand, Arthur Anderson, Ronald Kenyon, George Anderson, Gale Sperr, Perry Henrichs, Donald Nagl, Richard Wente, Dale Sperr, Gary Diehl, Mrs. Beatrice Sather and Mrs. Veronica Smith.
60 Years Ago Items taken from the Tribune of June 1, 1956 Karen Hanse and Patricia Sansness were the scholastic leaders of the Class of 1956 of Cyrus High School, for which commencement exercises were held May 25. Both girls were in a number of essay contests and district and state music events during the year.
60 Years Ago Items taken from the Sun of May 8, 1956 Mrs. Charlotte Amerson McCarroll , Cyrus, the first young lady from this area to receive a nursing scholarship from the Stevens County Memorial Hospital Auxiliary, will be graduating in June from the Hamline-Asbury School of Nursing. Mrs. McCarroll will eventually return to Morris to join the staff of nurses at the Memorial Hospital for at least a year, this being one of the requirements of a recipient of an Auxiliary nursing scholarship.
40 Years Ago Items taken from the Sun of May 11, 1976 Members of the American Legion Auxiliary displayed handmade articles they made that will be sent to veterans as part of the American Legion Veteran's and Rehabilitation program to Mrs. Floyd Strand. The Veterans Affairs and Rehabilitation committee members, who are also the sewers, are Mrs. Bertha Eystad, Mrs. Joe Kill and Mrs. Ora Magnuson. Jane Halbe was selected as Model Teenager in a recent contest sponsored by the VFW Post
60 Years Ago Items taken from the Tribune of April 27, 1956 Charles Loeffler of the Loeffler and McRoberts Fairway store presented Gary Alm with a new bicycle. The bike was won by Gary's mother, Mrs. Margaret Alm, won the bike in a drawing conducted recently by Fairway Stores in the area.
60 Years Ago Items taken from the Tribune of April 20, 1956 Arthur Carbert, Morris high school tuba soloist and member of the high school concert band, was one of many present for a rehearsal session in preparation for the district music festival.
60 Years Ago Items taken from the Sun of April 24, 1956 There was more of a springtime feel to the air than had been true for several days-and two young "mothers," Mary Ellen Erickson and Maxine Anderson, took advantage of the comparatively nice weather to take their "babies" for an airing as they strolled past the Sun-Tribune offices.
60 Years Ago Items taken from the Sun of April 16, 1956
60 Years Ago Items taken from the Tribune of April 13, 1956
60 Years Ago Items taken from the Sun of April 3, 1956 The 10-inch snowfall last week wasn't relished by too many folks — but to the small fry the heavy, wet snow was ideal for making snowmen and whatever else their fancy dictated. Snow sculptures appeared in all sections of the city. A cowboy with bowed legs and his pony were erected by the Russell Brown children, Marjorie and Louise Brown, in their yard on West Fifth Street. A neighborhood admirer of the cowboy and pony, Linda Mumme, partook in the fun.