News Tribune, June 5, 1921

  • J.R. Batchelor, Duluth director of municipal recreation, said yesterday the city's Independence Day will pass unobserved. Mr. Batchelor said there are no funds available with which a celebration this year could be financed and no hope for financial assistance from civic organizations.
  • The Vermilion Road from Duluth to Ely is reportedly in excellent condition except for the first 16 miles heading out of Duluth. Vermilion Road is the main artery connecting Duluth with Iron Range cities and will continue to be until the Miller Trunk Road is completed.
  • The 24th session of Camp Miller, the YMCA boys' summer camp on Sturgeon Lake, will open on June 20. Last year, 200 boys from ten different cities were at the camp, and the management expects a much larger number of campers this summer.
  • The A.M. Miller Memorial Window, donated to the Aftenro Society for their new home for the aged, will be installed this week and dedicated June 12. The window, dedicated to the memory of Duluth lumberman Andreas M. Miller, was designed by Mrs. Anton Stensby.

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