News Tribune, June 12, 1921
- Preparations are nearing completion for the Duluth-to-Glacier National Park tour, which will be the first tour over the new Theodore Roosevelt International Highway. One goal of the tour, which leaves Duluth July 25, is to demonstrate the excellent condition of the highway.
- Probably the largest military funeral ever held in Superior will take place tomorrow for Dewey N. LaPage, Superior war hero who lost his life in France. Former members of the 127th Infantry will act as pallbearers for the service at Sacred Heart Cathedral.
- An estimated 1,000 members of Oddfellow and Rebekah lodges in Duluth and the Iron Range will attend the annual picnic at Morgan Park on July 22. A program of music, dancing, and sports, including baseball games between the lodges, is being planned.
- A dedication ceremony for Duluth's Aftenro Home for the Aged will be conducted at 3 p.m. today with Mayor Samuel F. Snively as the principal speaker. Following the ceremony, the home, which was built at a cost of $75,000, will be open for tours.