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1941 Champs baseball teamAn August 29, 1941 newspaper clipping (likely the Dakota County Tribune) shows the 1941 Burnsville champion baseball team.
Dakota County Tribune 1943 newsEach week the Dakota County Tribune provided NEWS EVENTS AT BURNSVILLE.
Here's the news published November 5, 1943.

Christmas 1948 SantaTerry Kearney with Santa in 1948.
Burnsville Baseball 1942The Burnsville Baseball team, were champions in 1942. The team in the front row - left to right: Dick Kehneman, Joe Kennelly, Marty Gallagher, Bartley McAndrews and Pete Laurieas.
Second row: Owen Connelly, Jim Slater, Pat Connelly Jr., Bob Johnson and Wes Lane. Back row: Joe H. Egan, George Sonny Allen, Morgan O'Brien, Herb McDonald, Leo Bunker and Red Deveny. This was the last team to play before World War II. The local baseball activity did not resume until 1946.
Burnsville Baseball team 1950
Burnsville Baseball team 1946
Sept 1947 Description of BurnsvilleSept 19, 1947 - Mpls Star describes Burnsville:
The township doesn't have any stores, not even a general store. The township is an old Irish settlement, with the ancestors of the two sponsors starting farming in that area in 1856. The area lies south of the Minnesota river in the vicinity of Lyndale Avenue.
Nature Although photographed in 2018, this photo is in honor of Joe Kennelly and Enos Gallagher known for their maintaining of wild turkeys at their farms.
Nature Although photographed in 2018, this photo is in honor of Joe Kennelly and Enos Gallagher known for their maintaining of wild turkeys at their farms.
Charles and Babelle Price 1944 - 50th AnniversaryMr. and Mrs. Chas. H. Price, residents of Crystal Lake, the past 30 years, who celebrated their Golden Wedding anniversary Christmas day, are pictured above. They were pleasantly surprised that day by ten relatives from Minneapolis, who brought a sumptuous dinner and gifts, in­cluding a purse of money, a gold­ en bag with 50 new pennies, and a $25 war bond. Decorations at the table were 50c pieces and a Christmas tree.

Friday, Dec. 29th, the following .neighbors surprised the honored couple in the evening and pre­sented them with a luncheon and a purse: Chas. Fischer, Ed Fischer, Mr. and Mrs. C. Dally, Margaret Dally, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Kraft, Warnie Kraft, Mr. and Mrs. Art Fischer, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Blerson, Esther Backus, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Hanson, Mr. and Mrs. Len Deeg, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kraft, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Holman, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Kohls, Bill Kohls, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Strese, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kohls, Mrs. C. Cederblade, Mr. and Mrs. John McAndrews. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gramsey, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fischer, Mrs. Bertha Ratzlaff.

Chas. H. Price, who was born Dec. 22, 1867 in Pennsylvania, and Miss Babelle E. Patch born in Iowa, June 22, 1869, were united in marriage Dec. 25th, 1894 at Hudson, Wis., by a Rev. Martin in the Methodist parsonage. They have no children.

Thirty years ago they moved to the old McDonald farm on the northeast shore of Crystal lake, where they continued to reside. They operated a summer resort until 1925, when the lake reced­ed. Mr. and Mrs. Price moved here from Minneapolis, where he was a line engraver on the Minne­apolis Times, many years.
Congratulations and best wish­es are extended to the honored couple.
Nursing class began in Burnsville 1943The first meeting of the Burnsville home nursing group was held in the home of Mrs. Frank Fischer October 27, 1943. Mrs. Alfred Kohls is chairwoman and Mrs. Louis Gramsey and Mrs. Frank Fischer are local leaders.

We were taught the proper way of giving a patient a bath and also how to change the bedding with a patient in the bed and many other helpful things. Mrs. Herman Holman was our patient. There were 16 women present. After the meeting a delicious lunch was served. - Mrs. Earl Holman reporter.
Burnsville baseball team 1939
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