50 years ago
The Red Cross Bloodmobile will be at the 4-H Building in Perham from 1 to 7 p.m. on Monday, March 2, according to an announcement made this week by Mrs. Mary Hemmelgarn, local Red Cross chairman. Some changes to the age limit have been made. Persons over the age of 65 must seek their doctor’s permission before giving. Eighteen-year-olds no longer need parents’ consent to donate. To clear up appeared misunderstandings patients are not charged for the blood they use, according to Mrs. Hemmelgarn. They are however charged for the processing and administration cost. Those wishing to donate who do not have an appointment to do so may walk in to donate at any time.
The theme of the 1970 Minnesota FFA Week is “FFA -- Emphasis Agriculture.” Observing tradition, the Minnesota FFA Proclamation was signed by Gov. Harold LeVander with Princess Kay of the Milky Way, Janelle Gatzh, Preston, and Minnesota State FFA President Richard Habedank, Thief River Falls, present.
A record 120 people attended the plant industry conference at the Colonial Motel in Perham on Monday. The conference for townships officers and village weed inspectors is designed to bring them up to date on the latest regulations, and explain the latest chemical and cultural practices for controlling weeds.
From the Thursday, Feb. 26, 1970, Perham Enterprise-Bulletin
25 years ago
Benefit for Paul Frost
A pancake feed benefit is being held on Sunday, Feb. 26, for Paul Frost. Frost, age 32, has been in Perham Memorial Hospital and Nursing Home since October with Spina Bifida. Sunday’s benefit is to raise funds to purchase an air fluidizer overlay, to help prevent Frost’s tissue from breaking down due to poor circulation so that he might return home.
Perham flag going to North Pole
A flag designed by Perham High School students and embroidered by the Embroidery Studio is on its way to the North Pole with the Will Steger Expedition. On Tuesday, Feb. 28, the flag designed by the Perham students will be given to members of the Steger Expedition as they leave on the first leg of their journey. The flag will be placed at the North Pole and then returned to the Perham science department for display.
St. Paul’s Lutheran School will be holding a kindergarten roundup and registration, for children eligible to enter kindergarten in the fall of 1995, on Thursday, March 9. Parents are asked to bring their child to either the 9-10 a.m. session of the 1-2 p.m. session and pick them up after their session. Registration materials will be available at this time.
From the Thursday, Feb. 23, 1995, Perham Enterprise Bulletin