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Gail Berggren (now Cudd), daughter of Dr. and Mrs. John Berggren, tried chop sticks as she and fellow students learned about the Orient, being studied in the fourth grade class taught by Mrs. Tietz at Ames Laboratory School. (1964 Journal file photo)

Days Gone By: Washington Birthday Sales in 1964

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Some of the businesses and their Washington Birthday specials printed in the River Falls Journal this month in 1964 included:

--Cherry red, pink, white or yellow roses 79 cents per dozen at Tom Alton’s Gamble Store;

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--Brownie Starmite 2 cameras $9.95 at Gene Brown and Carl Wichman’s Gene’s Candid Studio at 214 S. Main St.;

--Men’s topcoats $50 and under at Kulstad’s, 102 S. Main St.;

--Butter 49 cents/lb., at Larson’s Super Valu;

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