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Past News From The Files Of The Paullina Times

 

20 years ago - 1999

LEND A HAND! - In our community, for our children! Volunteers of all ages arc needed to help install the new playground unit in the Paullina City Park June 18-19. If you arc willing to donate your time, talents, materials, food, or money, call 448-3790

MEMORIAL DAY SERVICES - Plans for Memorial Day services in Paullina and Gcrmantown have been set. In Paullina services led by Pastor Karl Eckhoff will gel underway at 9:00 a.m. at the Prairie View Cemetery. In case of inclement weather, services will be moved to the Paullina American Legion Community Building. Services at St John's Cemetery in Germantown will get underway at 10:00 a.m. The speaker will be Pas tor Steven Hayden. In case of inclement weather, services will be moved to the Germantown Community Center.

Archer woman strikes stop sign - A one-car Accident happened on Sunday, May 16 north of Archer Bonnie Frangenberg of Archer, driving a 1996 Mercury, was traveling north on Oriole Ave. when she lost control and put the vehicle in the north ditch of 360"1 Street. As the vehicle entered the ditch a stop sign was knocked down on the northeast corner of the intersection. No injuries were reported and Frangenberg was cited with Failure to Maintain Control.

30 years ago - 1989

Council awards street bids to lone bidder - Some Paullina streets will have a new texture following this summer's street repair project. The council accepted the lone bid from Rohlin Construction of Spencer to do the summer resurfacing work. In recent years, the council has requested that the seal coat oil be mixed with pea gravel. At Monday night's meeting, council members voted to use crushed aggregate rock. The difference in the bid prices were minimal, $23,600 for pea gravel and $25,835 for the crushed aggregate rock. The project will include seven blocks (7500 sq. yds.) of single seal, five and one-half blocks (5,600 sq. yds.) of double seal and the resurfacing of Rutledge Street (2700 sq. yds.). Clerk/Administrator Don Dawson estimated that another $3-4,000 of patching material would be needed for summer projects. The council, also asked Supt. of Utilities, Ron Chapman, to investigate the possibility of tiling the Railroad Street north of the hatchery. Two temporary summer employees were hired. Travis Ebel and Ryan Shriver will work 35 hours a week at $3.35 an hour. Reports: Stofferan Drainage completed tiling at the airport. All street sign posts have been installed. The digger truck has been repaired in Watertown, S.D. The ambulance must go back to the dealer under recall orders. Dawson will investigate the possibility of getting some state funding for airport improvements.

40 years ago - 1979

Stores to Be Closed May 28 - Most of the merchants of Paullina will be closed on Monday, May 28 in observance of Memorial Day. The federally designated date sets Memorial Day as the last Monday in May.

Girls Softball Season Opens On May 30 - The 1979 Panther Girls Softball season will open on Wednesday, May 30 as the girls will be hosts to Floyd Valley on the local diamond. The junior varsity game will begin at 6:30 followed by the varsity game. On Friday, June 1, the girls team from Granville will be playing here with game time at 6:30 for a double header. Saturday, June 2, Remsen St. Mary's will be playing a varsity doubleheader here with game time set for 5:30. Monday, June 4, the Paullina girls will be hosts to Willow and on June 6, they will be hosts to Meriden-Cleghorn.

Frances Studio Students to Give Recital - There will be a piano-organ recital held June 3 at 7:30 p.m. in the Library Auditorium. It will be given by the students of the Frances Music Studio. The public is welcome.

 

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