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At all the best Antiques Shops and Shows

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Vol. 23 No. 10 • “Vintage, Collectible, & Antique Wonders” • October 2013

Sitting pretty

Dressing vintage JUNO PROMOTIONS

HAR MAR MALL Antique Show & Sale

October 18th, 19th & 20th Fri. 10-8 • Sat. 10-6 • Sun. 11-5

2100 N Snelling Ave • Roseville, MN

Mark Your Calendars and Save The Days! It’s your LAST CHANCE in 2013 to attend a Har Mar Mall Show!

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M i s n e n u e s Q i o t t n a Minnesota’s First Mall A Established 1979

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October 19th & 20th Vintage Coca Cola Cooler

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Rolleicord Camera

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Chippendale Dining Room Table and 6 Chairs $1,600.00 Paper Mache Pumpkin

$125.00

Chein Melody Maker Walt Disney Toy in Box

$365.00

Orcico Tobacco Tin

$246.00

Coca Cola Wall Hanging

$275.00

14K Gold Ladies Hamilton Watch

$125.00

American Flyer Streamline Trainset

$225.00

Sulfide Squirrel Marble

$125.00

Shelley Ivy 3-Piece Set

Surfink Model Kit

$125.00

$145.00

Edison Phonograph with Horn

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Giant Core Swirl Marble

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Halloween Noise Makers

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Arcade Cast Iron Road Sign Set

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Dressing vintage

Sitting pretty

Here you can see the collar on the blue dress pictured at right unobscured by the apron. It is made of a filmy fabric in a blue, gray, and white floral design. I am in full acting mode here as Lee in the “House of Ghosts” movie. At right I am visiting my kitchen between takes. (Photo by Christopher Mihm)

by Sid Korpi I never thought: “Someday, I want to be June Cleaver.” I find it impossible to keep an immaculate house or have dinner awaiting my husband, but you might see some similarities between Barbara Billingsly, the actress who portrayed Leave It to Beaver’s quintessential ’50s homemaker, and me— at least in our costuming. I LOVE the look of women’s clothing from the ’50s and ’60s and have become a vintageclothing-store/ebay junkie, amassing closets full of retro wear. I watch “Mad Men” and “Perry Mason” reruns to drool over the outfits and have made a quasi-

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career out of acting in 1950s, drive-in-style B-movies by Minnesotan filmmaker, Christopher R. Mihm, including “Attack of the Moon Zombies,” because they all allow me to replicate the clothing and hairstyles of an era I find so delightful.

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I find my own costumes for my parts in Mihm movies. This one-piece, cotton, blue dress that I wore in “House of Ghosts” is gathered at the waist. (Photo by Anthony Kaczor)

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Now serving Lattes!

SALE HOURS: Open till 6pm Winter Hours: Friday & Saturday, 10am to 5pm, Sunday 10:30am to 5pm

Help Us Celebrate Seven Wonderful Years! Just off State Hwy. 95, between North Branch & Taylors Falls. 15790 Maple Lane • Almelund, MN 55012

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Me with Robby Vee (son of Bobby Vee) at a Robby Vee and His Rock ’n’ Roll Caravan concert. I am showing off the hole I ground into the sole of my shoe from swing dancing on asphalt! (Photo by Anthony Kaczor) Jenn Farmer and I both wore vintage at the “House of Ghosts” premiere at the Heights Theatre. (Photo by Anthony Kaczor)

The Shops of North St. Paul

Dressing vintage Cont. from page 3

North St. Paul A smAll town

Becky “Brody” Dalton of Duluth, a pinup fashion model, says, “In the 1950s, the United States was in its heyday. Everything was made beautifully. Clothing from that era is so detail-oriented and made with such care. The fabrics and the prints are absolutely gorgeous. Designs back then were so flattering, made for women of all shapes and sizes. Wearing clothing from that era just makes you feel beautiful.”

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Me with Joel Thingvall behind the scenes in Justen Overlander’s movie “The Bequeather.” My character’s name is Goldie and Joel is my husband, Teddy. (Photo by Chad Martin)

Dressing vintage day fashion. Mention Cont. from page 4

Vintage clothing so clearly defines its own era, something we’ve been missing in current-

an era from the past-The Roaring ’20s, ’50s, ’60s or even ’70s--and instantly images of flapper’s dresses, poodle skirts, mini

As a ’50s waitress in one of the Murder Mystery dinners we put on in our home, I donned a polyester, turquoise-and-white uniform and added anklets, saddle shoes, and a gauzy apron from Corner Store Vintage. My bangs are curled in a barrel-roll or victory-roll style. (Photo by Anthony Kaczor)

LAKELAND ANTIQUES

• Multi-Dealer Mall •

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384 St. Croix Trail • Lakeland, MN 55043 Like us on Facebook

(Just 1 mile south of I-94 on Cty. Rd 18)

651-436-8139

skirts, and bell-bottom hip-huggers come to mind. Mention more recent decades, and no clear image of a defining style gels. Today’s clothes are at best a hodge-podge, reflecting our loss of a coherent sense of identity.

Dressing vintage Cont. on page 8

Drink up an’ finish yer smoke! Times a wastin’ an we gotta git ta Mid-Town fer the deals! (Cowboys on an Antique Roadtrip)

Over 100 Dealers offering Stillwater’s Largest Selection of Antiques & Collectibles.

Let There Be Light Antiques 210 North Main Street Stillwater, MN 55082 (651) 351-7580 www.BeLightMn.com

Hours Fri. & sat: 10am - 5pm sun: noon - 5pm

Over 500 fixtures in stock!

301 S. Main St. Stillwater, MN 55082 Hours: Mon.-Th ur. 10-5, Fri - Sat. 10-7, Sun. 11-6 Hours Extended During Summer Months

Phone: (651) 430-0808

www.MidtownAntiques.com

Specializing in: Antique Lighting Repairs & Restoration Rewiring • Shades & Parts


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Lake Country Antiques & Art Show

A single glimpse of the Lake Country Show

--PRESS RELEASE OCONOMOWOC, WIS.--The Lake Country Antiques & Art Show will be held at 1350 Royal Mile Road at the Olympia Resort & Spa in Oconomowoc, Wis., Friday, November 1 from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.; Saturday, November 2, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.;

and Sunday, November 3 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. This year’s show features a special collection of regionalist paintings by Gerrit Sinclair. This show was formerly held in Delafield, Wis., and was known as the Delafield Antique Show. Seventy dealers will

Post Card Club hosts fall show

--PRESS RELEASE ST. PAUL, MINN.-The Twin City Post Card Club will hold its annual fall show on Saturday, October 26 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday, October 27 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the St. Paul Kelly Inn just west of the State Capitol in St. Paul, Minn. Admission, $4. Call Dave Johnson at 651-426-3573 for more information.

be on hand featuring American and English furniture, accessories, folk art and paintings, beginning with pieces from the 18th century and continuing into modern design. Admission is $8; children under 15 years old may attend for free. For more information call 262968-4913. Sponsored by Antiques Center at Wales, 323 E. Summit Ave., Wales, Wis.

302 Oak St • Farmington, MN

651-463-3401

Hours Thurs. 9am-8pm Fri. 9am-7pm Sat. 9 am-5pm Sun. 11 am-4pm

An Occasional Shop Located in Downtown Farmington, MN

Thursday-Sunday, October 17th-20th Thursday-Sunday October 24th-27th

Lonsdale

Upcoming market

november 21-24

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(507) 359-1090 Mon.-Sat. 10-5 • Sun. 12-4

Rapidan

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1 block N of Perkins on Hwy 169

Including Janesville, Madelia, Mankato, New Ulm, Rapidan, St. Peter, and Waseca YOUR TOWN HERE

PO Box 411 • Sauk Centre, MN 56378

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521 N. Riverfront Dr. Mankato, MN 56001

ST. PETER St. Nick’s Antiques

41214 - 436th St. • St. Peter, MN (Hwy. 99 west of st. Peter 6mi rigHt on Co. rd 13 for 2-1/2mi rigHt on 436tH street 1/4mi)

507-931-4180

Hours: Wed-Fri 11-5 • Sat 11-4 Sun Noon- 5 Antiques • Collectibles Bobble-heads Memorabilia • Twins for sale.

MANKATO A ntique W Arehouse 25 PLUS Booths Available To Dealers & Collectors FEATURES Roseville • Pink/Green Depression Glass Furniture • Primitives • Carnival Glass

125 Ruth Street (Behind the Bobber Shop)

507-388-1824 • Mankato

Hours: Tues - Sat 10am-6pm • Sun 12-4pm

JANESVILLE Ms. Mac's Antiques and Coffee Shop

unique multi-dealer shop M-T-Th-Fri.-Sat. 11-5:30 Alocated in the heart of Old Sun. 1-4 • Closed Wed. Town that unites the

100 North Main Street • Janesville, MN Phone: (507) 234-2226 An "ever-changing" variety of country and primitives uniquely displayed in a century-old building OPEN: Tues. thru Sat. 10-5 Closed Sundays & Mondays

WASECA

WASECA

HOURS:

A large selection of glass, porcelain, pottery, furniture, jewelry, pictures, lamps, books, primitives & more.

Sept. 17th - 21st Occasional Sept. 24th - 28th Sale Dates Oct. 8th - 12th

Old Town Antiques & Mercantile

(507) 386-0600

RAPIDAN

Ann’s EmporiumNe 507.642.8881

MANKATO

615 South Front Street 507-345-7551

MADELIA 101 Center Ave N

507.386.7663

OPEN Wed-Sat 11-5

There’s Always Room for One More Shop in The Old Times! Call or email for information: Lia Doyscher (715) 442-2147 Lia.D@TheOldTimes.com The Old Times

Open Daily Mon-Sat 10-5 • Sun 12-5

MANKATO

7570 147th St W • Apple Valley

(5 mi. S. of the Mall of America on Cedar Ave to 147th St, then W. one blk. - on the left, across from Famous Dave’s)

Minnesota ANTIQUES PLUS

Janesville

Let the warmth of fall fill your home with vintage pieces and primitives. pumpkins, gourds and mums provided by the Herb man.

South-Central 28 N Minnesota St. New Ulm, MN 56073

Mankato

Primitives

Open Only 4 Days a Month! Phone: 651-329-3871 deb@hauptantiek.com or www.hauptantiek.com

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October 17, 18, 19 & 20

Thursday, Friday, & Saturday, 10am - 7pm • Sun. 11am - 5pm www.VintageMarketplace.org

PumPkins

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October 2013 Main Events TWO FANTASTIC WEEKENDS FOR YOUR SHOPPING PLEASURE!

Antiquing in

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Vintage Finds & Fun, RemembeR... it’s the thRill oF the hunt!

present with the past.

Treasure Chest Antiques

106 N State St • Waseca, MN 56093

(507) 833-1716 ~ HOURS ~ Mon- Sat: 10am-5pm • Sun: 1pm-5pm Large selection of stoneware, fishing lures, beer lights, coins and much more!

1101 N. State St. Waseca, MN 56093

Open 7 Days a Week • M-F 10-5 • Sat 9-5 • Sun 12-4 (507) 835-4000

Vintage • Furniture • Collectibles Glass & Pottery • Home Accents • Gifts 5,000 sq. ft. of shopping! PastPresentAntiquesAndGifts.com


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Friends gather for show & sale at Bachmann’s

Minnefest means memorabilia & more --PRESS RELEASE MINNETONKA, MINN.—The 39th Annual Minnefest Advertising Show & Sale will be held at the Sheraton HotelMinneapolis West on Saturday, October 19 from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Admission to the

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show is free. The show focuses on bottles, advertising, and other memorabilia produced to market Coca-Cola and other soft drinks; breweriana, tins, stoneware, toys, gas station and railroad memorabilia, country store artifacts, and

much more. The Sheraton is located at 12201 Ridgedale Dr. Sponsored by the Minnesota First Chapter of the CocaCola Collectors Club. For more information, visit http://mncocacolaclub.tripod.com

--PRESS RELEASE MINNEAPOLIS-A Gathering of Friends Antiques Market, run by 16 quality dealers, is again teaming up with Bachmann’s to present its four-day fall show. The show will run Thursday through Sunday, October 4

through 7. Hours are Thursday and Friday, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Saturday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Sunday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. is Bachmann’s located at 6010 Lyndale Avenue South in Minneapolis. Dealers keep their

shelves stocked with primitives, cottage, architectural, and cabin décor. Free admission and free parking. Log on to www. gatheringoffriends.net for more information or call 651-247-9935 or 651-688-6384.

Antiquing with the

Original Pioneers in

Gold Rush Country NORTHFIELD

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Antiques of northfield

Harmony Minnesota Iowa

Minnesota Iowa

416 S. Division • Northfield, MN

507-664-9599

Open 7 Days A Week M-Sat 11-6, Th 11-8, Sun 12-5

31265 County 24 Blvd. (In the Cannon Valley Mall)

Mon-Sat: 10:30-5:30 Sun: Noon-5:00

Come to see the Largest Collection of 1950’s Television Lamps in the World! Stay for the great retro and antique goodies.

507-263-5045

CANNON FALLS AnTiques boughT, sATurDAY solD, & 10am - 4pm TrADeD schAffer's Antiques thru

general line of antiques specializing in advertising, pottery, stoneware, furniture, primitives, pictures and tools. 111 North 4th St • old BaNk BuildiNg dowNtowN CaNNoN FallS • (507) 263-5200

FARIBAULT

Me Mor y Maker a ntiques

general line of antiques & Collectibles

OPEN dailY • 50 dealers

31752 65th ave., Cannon Falls, MN 55009

located midway between rochester & the twin Cities. turn east from hwy. 52 at either stoplight. Next to John deere implement.

(507) 263-0352

MANTORVILLE

Keepers

350 22nd s t. - Zumbrota

(507) 732-5321 s pecializing in i nvestment-quality a ntiques.

Located behind McDonalds

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60 Faribault- 29 mi.

52 Rochester- 23 mi.

Open Daily: Mon-Sat 10-5 • Sun 12-5

ORONOCO

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Old RiveR valley antique Mall

Rochester's Newest Mall

Over 20 Quality Dealers

3727 Commercial Drive SW Rochester, MN 55902 Monday-Saturday 9:30 - 5:30 Sunday 12:00 - 5:30 507-208-4505

www.OldRiverValleyAntiqueMall.com

ROCHESTER

o ld r ooster a ntiques

106 N. Broadway • rochester, MN 55906

ANTIQUE STORE

224 Central Avenue • Faribault, MN

507-334-7673

A Complete Line of General Antiques HOURS: Monday - Saturday 10 am - 4 pm

ALBERT LEA

Antiques of the Midwest Antiques and Collectibles Featuring a wide variety of genuine antiques offered by multiple dealers

Hours Mon-Sat 10am - 4pm • Sun Noon - 4pm (Closed Mondays - December - March)

ZUMBROTA

CANNON FALLS

TuesDAY

Phone: (507) 377-8212 • (507) 456-3699

Follow the I-35 /Hwy 52 / I-90 Loop

After Hours

218 S Washington Ave • Albert Lea, MN

Multi-dealer shop offering a wide selection of quality merchandise

OPEN DAILY Mon. - Sat. 10am - 6pm Sun. 11am - 6pm

Phone: 507-635-5554 416 N. Main St. Mantorville, MN 55955 www.Mantorvilles quare.com

AUSTIN

Olde Tyme Antiques

50422 262nd Street • Austin, MN 507-437-3343 or 507-438-7070

Hours - By Chance or appointment Call first to make sure we’re open!

Directions: 4 mi. N of Austin on Hwy 218 to 262nd St., then 2.5 mi west. Watch for signs.

Definitely something for everyone!

30+ Dea Lers — o Pen Dai Ly Mon-Sat 9:30-5:30 • Sun 12:00-5:30 hwy 52 - oronoco (Exit # 64 - follow signs)

(507) 367-2600

SpECializiNg iN qualitY aNtiquES & CollECtiBlES For EvErYoNE.

RACINE

ANTIQUE MANOR “Featuring antiques oF quality & Variety” Shop our new Farm and weStern conSignment area!

• 507-378-7300 •

M-F: 10am-5pm • Sat: 10am-4pm Closed Sundays & Major Holidays

Front Door Parking

15 minutes S of Rochester on Hwy #63 OR I-90 Exit 209A then 5 mi S on Hwy #63

507-287-6228

Mon-Fri: 9am-6pm Sat-Sun: 9am-5pm over 20 quality dealers featuring pottery, glassware, stoneware, dolls, furniture, antique doll repair, reprorestoration brass hardware.

HARMONY

• One-Level • Handicap Accessible • 100 Dealers • 10,000 Sq. Ft.

Open Daily 10-5 507-886-6660

50 Industrial Blvd NE (a direct turn off US Hwy 52)

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Clark Gable gave Bonnie Kane, Kailyn Brooks, and me the eye at the “House of Ghosts” premiere at the Heights Theatre. I would not be surprised if Bonnie inherited her dress from her grandmother; she even gave me a couple from her stash. I found my dress in the formal section at the Good Will for six dollars. It might originally have been a recent bridesmaid’s dress, but the style is kind of Grecian--gathered and an empire waist--so I got away with it. (Photo by Anthony Kaczor)

or cut loose to the perform. Dressing vintage ’50s freestyle ’60s, each Women

with decade requiring proper curvaceous figures My husband and I costuming. Dressing already have their teach social dance and the part enhances the frequently swing dance experience for us and Dressing vintage to music of the ’40s and for those who see us Cont. on page 9 Cont. from page 5

I wore this psychedelic mini-dress to teach ’60s freestyle dance at a client’s 60th birthday party. I wore the sash that came with the dress as a headband rather than a belt. My go-go boots are current day. With me is an “Austin Powers” (Mike Myers) cutout, and Anthony. (Photo courtesy of our collection)

ANOKA

ANTIQUE SHOPS

“Five Unique Shops in One Charming Friendly City.”

The

www.AntiquesOnMainAnoka.com

Over 50 dealers on two levels!

Open 7 Days

Enabling a 21st Century Connection between Antique Store Owners & Customers

9 am to 6 pm Wed & Thurs, 9 am to 8 pm

212 East Main, Anoka

(763) 323-3990 An On-Line Marketplace Specifically Designed for Antique Store Owners

AMORÉ ANTIQUES

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Artique

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ALWAYS OPEN! Mon-Sat: 10aM-5:30pM Sun: 11aM-5pM 7,800 Sq. Ft. oF JoY!

Peggy’s

Front Porch antiques~junk~vintage ~jewelry old & new~ ~antique clocks & repair~

218 East Main Street Anoka, MN 55303 763-238-0291 Wed, Fri, & Sat: 10-5 Thurs: 12-7 • Sun: 12-4 Tues: (by chance) PeggysFrontPorch.com


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Brody shows the versatility of the midcentury hostess. Everready to return to the kitchen in her apron, she proposes a toast to love. “The Amor Eterno piece is actually an art piece made for me from the hood of a ’50s Chevy.” We’re at the “House of Ghosts” screening at the New Hope Cinema Grill. I’m wearing a Bettie Page dress. (Photo by Christopher Mihm)

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Perched on a midcentury phonograph, Brody imbibes. Her pose complements the elegant sweep of the peacocks glistening above her.

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assets showcased by these gorgeous fashions. For instance, Brody wears vintage clothes daily, especially from the ’50s, because they suit her voluptuous physique. Built more like a Vienna sausage than an hourglass, my figure lends itself to the

straighter, drop-waist styles of the 1960s, but I still long to have the curvy, feminine look of the ’50s. Nearly every time I buy a dress from that era, however, I have to take it in around the boobs and hips and to increase the size of the armpits. People are just bigger these days. to According WebMD, today’s average American woman is 5’4”, has a waist size of 34–35 inches, and weighs 140–150 pounds, with a dress size of 12–14. Fifty years ago, the average woman was 5’3” with a waist size Stop By & Check Us Out!

of 24–25 inches, weighed 120 pounds and wore a size 8. I’m 5’8” and wear a size 6 in today’s fashions, but by the typical sizing of the ’50s, I often take a 16! theatrical Being and a nonconformist at heart, I have no problem wearing clothes that make others to do a double take. Brody says reactions to her choice of clothes have been varied. “Some people like it, some love it, some hate it. I get

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I wore this beauty from Blacklist Vintage (a block off Nicollet on 26th) to our “Open House of Ghosts” celebration. My hairstyle emulates Della Street, the character Barbara Hale played on the Perry Mason series. Anthony inherited his tie from an uncle and bought the suit at a thrift store. We are with Stephanie and Christopher Mihm. (Photo courtesy of our collection)

Anthony and me dancing at a Wax-Tones gig. This knit polyester dress looked great, but it did not know how to breathe! Anthony’s shirt came from a bowling shirt company. (Photo courtesy of the Wax-Tones)

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comments everywhere I go. I always get asked what I am dressed up for. My usual reply is, ‘Nothing. This is just me.’” Creating a vintage look on a daily basis isn’t easy or cheap. I choose to sleep in rollers or sit under a hair dryer for an hour to create era-appropriate hairstyles. Brody observes, “Women of

Brody had a ball when she signed up with Christi Williams of Grinkie Girls Photography for a photo shoot. Brody explains, “What I love about pinup modeling is that you don’t need to be rail thin or a certain height to do it. Women of all shapes, sizes, and backgrounds can feel beautiful through pinup modeling. I also love doing it because it gives me an extra reason to wear the type of clothing I love!”(Photo by Christi Williams of Grinkie Girls Photography) 382-8442.

the 1950s and 1960s spent a lot of time to get ready. They wore girdles and garter belts and stockings. It definitely isn’t as comfortable as modern clothing! It takes a lot

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Beer collector show on tap --PRESS RELEASE MAPLEWOOD, MINN.--Hundreds of breweriana enthusiasts will gather at the Aldrich Arena in Maplewood, Minn., on Saturday, October 12 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. for the annual Guzzle and Twirl Show and Sale sponsored by the North Star Chapter of the Beer Can Collectors of America. This beer-lover’s show and sale is one of the largest in the Midwest, drawing some 150 dealers from across the country.

They will bring a vast assortment of beer collectibles ranging from pre-1900 beer bottles, mugs, glasses, and signs to newer neon lights. Trays, openers, kegs, cases, coasters, and corkscrews new and old will be offered for sale as well. If it was produced by or for an American brewery, especially the past and present breweries of the Midwest, there is a good chance it will be found at Guzzle and Twirl. There will be no beer for sale at the

event. Chairman Dave Wendl says, “Guzzle and Twirl is a great opportunity for collectors to enjoy a huge amount of breweriana. Be it a pre-Prohibition beer tray or a glowing neon light for behind the bar, collectors are likely to find that special beer collectible at Guzzle and Twirl.” The Aldrich Arena is located at 1850 White Bear Avenue in Maplewood. Admission, $5. Call 651-731-9573 for more information.

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It’s true--some shows just aren’t any good

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Business was brisk for an hour or so, and the next time we had a chance to look around, Larry had gotten more items out, but his booth was still stacked with unpacked boxes. “Excuse me,” said a 34 too man with altogether many tattoos. “Do you know where the dealer is for that booth across the aisle?” We looked up and down the aisles for Larry. “There he is,” I said. “See that booth up the way with old pedal cars in it? The blonde guy talking to the pedal-car dealer is the guy who runs that booth.” Later, we had people looking at things at either end of our

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“Larry,” I said firmly, “I can’t talk. I’ve got to wait on customers.” “That’s okay, I understand,” he said, moving off. “Once you get as many shows under your belt as I have, you’ll learn there’s no rush. They’re all mostly lookers, anyway.” For the next two hours, we chatted up potential customers and gave directions for finding Larry “He’s three aisles

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check out these people over here, and I’ll get back to you.” “I mean, a guy like me, setting up as often as I do---” “Larry. I’ll be right back,” I said. My customers were looking as though they might move on. “I guess you could call me an expert, the number of windows I’ve seen---” I tried a desperate move. “Larry! I think you have a customer in your booth.” “Yeah, well, they’ll wait if they’re serious,” he said.

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by Joan Sween We were rushing to get our final items unpacked, when a voice behind us said, “Hello, neighbors.” It was the dealer across the aisle from us. We all introduced ourselves. His name was Larry. “First time I’ve been to this show,” he said. He had a Detroit boyish faceLakes and a friendly smile. “I go to a lot of shows, but this Detroit me. will be new for Lake Why, just in the past month, I’ve been to---” People started coming down the aisles. “They’ve opened the doors,” said The Man I Married. “Better hustle.” He dived for an unpacked tub. I followed suit.

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Design Trends of the Mid-20th Century

Fairy tales can come true

That’s right. The premier designer for Madison, Wisconsin’s Ceramic Arts Studio had plenty in common with those mythic maidens: pluck, perseverance, and an uncanny knack for being in the right place

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over. See that canoe standing on end? See that display of dolls right next to it? He’s the blond guy talking to the doll dealer.” “He’s in the next aisle. Look through those shelves of Fenton vases. See the guy in the striped shirt? That’s him.” Finally a break came in the steady flow of traffic “I’ve got to hit the rest room now or have an accident,” I said to TMIM, turning to rush up the aisle… and bumping smack into Larry. “Not now! I said, and took off. Come the end of the show, we were thrilled with how successful it had been for us. As we packed up, we were obliged to move around Larry to get things in the right tubs. “You can’t say I didn’t give it a chance,” he said, “but this show was not a money-maker for me. I don’t think I’ll be back.” TMIM and I said at the same time, “Gee, Larry, that’s too bad.” © 2013 Joan Sween

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1913, Betty was just nine when her father’s car plunged through thin ice on Madison’s Lake Monona, and the family moved in with relatives. Although art had always been Betty’s passion, there were no funds to indulge that interest. But the urge to create remained: “I kept a scrapbook in which I placed any and all pictures, poems, and ideas that I found

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“St. George” and “Archibald the Dragon.” 8½ inches h; 8 inches h. $320-$375/pr.

good, of course, since I had to get a job. Living in a national Depression was not

“Jack and the Beanstalk” wall plaque, 6½ inches l. $360-400.

easy. At 17, I became a clerk-typist with the State of Wisconsin, and eventually Manager of the State Entomologist’s Office.” Now in a bedtime story, this would be the Fairy Godmother’s entrance cue. For Betty Harrington, however, the magic moment came in 1941, in the form of a mound of Madison clay. Workers digging a well on the Harrington

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Where the dreams began: Betty Harrington’s first figurine, the “Blue Nude Incense Burner,” 1941.

The reality: Betty at work in the Studio, at about the same time as her glamour shot [page 13]. (Photo courtesy of Harrington archives).

Ready for story time: “Bedtime Boy & Girl,” each 4¾ inches h. $150-190/pr.


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homestead left a pile of bluish clay, which proved irresistible to the neighborhood kids. They molded it into various shapes, until Betty’s daughter Jeannie suggested, “Mother, why don’t you try and make something?” Then, as Betty recalled:

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“I started out, and for no particular reason it turned out to be the figure of a little girl, sitting, holding in

Smack Dab

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“Alice & White Rabbit.” (All “Rabbit” figurines were erroneously stamped “March Hare.”) 4½ inches h.; 6 inches h. $350-450, pr.

Continually Restocking FREE Admission & FREE Parking

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Friday, November 1st 5 pm to 9 pm

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Sunday, November 3rd 11 am to 4 pm

70 Dealers From across the country Featuring 18th century through moDernism... American and English Furniture, • Accessories, Folk Art • Jewelry • Oriental Rugs • Paintings Special: Collection of Regionalist Paintings by Gerrit Sinclair

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ANTIQUES ESTATES AUCTION 9:00 A.M., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2013 OLMSTED COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS ROCHESTER, MN

Preview: 5:00-8:00 p.m., Friday, October 18, and from 8:00 a.m. on auction day. We are pleased to offer at auction several estate properties & lifetime collections. We will be selling from two rings for much of the day. View hundreds of photos at www.kruesel.com. Furniture: many Victorian walnut pcs., incl. chests of drawers, dressers, center & parlor tables, several w/ marble tops; 19th cent. wardrobe w/ 2 doors over 2 drawers; ornate Vict. bookcase w/glass doors; Bombay-front standing curio shelf; many chairs, chair sets & rockers; display & china cabinets; immigrant trunks; 1- & 2-drawer stands; much more. Lightning rods, balls & weather vanes: 70+ glass lightning balls of various shapes, manufacturers & colors, incl. ruby, blue, white, amber, clambroth, milkglass, amethyst & green; SCA Chestnut, Hawkeye, Pee Wee, Cone, D & S 10-sided, moon-and-star, quilted, hobnail, Sheffield, Mercury, Prismatic, Electra, National, Diddie Blitzen, Thompson, etc.; weather vanes, incl. moon-and-star, pig, horse, cow & arrows. Stoneware: many salt glaze & slip glazed crocks, coolers, jugs, bowls & advertising examples by Union Stoneware, Red Wing, Western & Ithaca, NY. Beveled & Etched Glass Windows: approx. 15 finely etched door windows w/ scenes of people, sheep, horses, homes, harbor, Niagara Falls, country landscapes, mill, flowers, elk, dogs, hunters, geese, work horses, ribbons & lace; several stained glass windows (see listing on web site). Glassware & China: stunning collection of Victorian bride’s baskets & bowls w/ silver-plated handled or pedestal frames, cased cranberry & white w/ handpainted decorations, blue & white cased pcs.; hobnail; bisque jars; many cranberry & cased vases, bowls, Peach Blow, diamond quilted, mother-of- pearl; cranberry cut lustres; fancy Northwood vase; decorated cranberry pickle castors, water pitchers & tumblers; flow blue plates, bowls & platters (50+ pcs.); large Dresden center piece; RS Prussia bowls & plates; much, much more. Antiques & Fine Furnishings: Bradley & Hubbard electric table lamp; early green glass Mission Real Fruit Juice counter dispenser; print of First Appearance of Jenny Lind in America, 1858; sterling flatware service for 12 in the American Victorian pattern by Lunt (issued 1941); 2 featherlite sewing machines; 100+ stereo cards (incl. WWI scenes); postcard albums; photo albums; 1950’s Schwinn tandem bicycle. Toys: vintage & newer toys, incl. trucks. construction, highway dept., race cars, Nascar, posters, tractors, promotional vehicles by Tonka, Wyandotte, Ertl, Solido, Tyco, Maisto, Hallmark, Matchbox, Avon & others – majority are new in box (see web site for complete listing); cast iron 3-horse fire ladder wagon, policeman on motorcycle, Black Beauty still bank.

Auction arranged & conducted by John Kruesel’s General Merchandise & Auction Co., 22 -3rd St. SW, Rochester, MN. 55902. Phone (507) 289-8049 or fax (507) 289-8602. Auctioneers: John Kruesel, Mike Anderson, Lowell Gilbertson and John Schultz. Descriptions are subject to error. Not responsible for accidents. Statements made day of sale take precedence over printed material.

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Octobber 2013 Volume 23 Number 10 Page 17

• “Vintage, Collectible, & Antique Wonders” •

The Doz

Mom created this piece of Red Wing during her lunch hours back in April of 1943. The names of her friends as she recorded them are: Danny, Joan, Mano, Helen, Mix, Lucille, Jan, Shirley, Mil Lee, Betty, Marge

Half-a-Doz in the early days. That’s Mom kneeling in front.

Be Our Guest

Steve Ketcham Reverse of “The Doz” plate. Mom signed herself “Mil Lee,” a spelling she used for a short time in her younger days.

Guest Columnist

by Steve Ketcham RED WING, MINN.--During her high school years, my mother, Millie Ketcham (nee Miller), was one of 12 young Red Wing, Minn., women who formed an extraordinary, life-long friendship. Especially during the years of World War II, the group provided friendship and support

The Doz

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Half-a-Doz fashionistas show their style at Red Wing’s Colvill Park, circa 1942. Mom is second from right.

Friends forever. The Doz back in the 1970s. That’s Mom standing second from left.

Whoever could make it gathered yearly for lunch. I’m guessing this shot was taken in the 1980s or ’90s. That’s Mom standing at the far left.


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as its members saw family and beaus go to war. This group of 12 stayed in touch after high school, and many remained in the area. Their proximity allowed them to meet for lunch at least once a year, an activity the

The Old Times remembers group continued to She worked there from She Charles pursue for many years, 1942 until 1944, when designer EauClaireAreaMap sometimes meeting in Red Wing, she left to marry my Murphy 3-18-08 Rochester, St. Paul, father in Florida where dropping by the offices and Minneapolis. They he was stationed on a to chat with the employees. called themselves “The mine sweeper. Doz.” As a pottery office The pottery office Following her grad- employee, my mother’s workers were given an uation from Red Wing first job was typing hour-and-a-half lunch Central High School, orders sent in by the period each day. It was my mother was hired to company salesmen. during a few of those work in the offices of Later, Mom worked in extended lunch times Red Wing Potteries. the payroll department. that my mother created

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the plate shown here. She decorated the blank fruit plate (a pattern introduced in 1942) with the first names of all 12 members of The Doz. Shown here are the plate my mother made and photos of various members of The Doz from back in the Forties and more recently.

Steve Ketcham collects Red Wing stoneware, rare bottles, and other treasures, keeping him more than busy in retirement.

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Mon-Sat • 10am to 5pm The area’s largest shop Located in a wonderful 1898 Masonic Temple and featuring a huge inventory of prints & frames, china & glass, jewelry, linens, books, collectibles, orientalia, etc. ~ Buying & selling since 1981 ~

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Red Wing folk art lives on in cemetery

Among the most artistic tree-stump grave markers is this example, which reads, “Carl Oscar Shogren. Born Jan. 5, 1897.  Died July 31, 1897.” (Photos by Steve Ketcham) 

by Steve Ketcham RED WING, MINN.--Like many small towns across America, Red Wing, Minn., values its rich history. Figuring large in that history is the long legacy of the stoneware industry, woven deeply into the fabric of the community and its families. Hundreds of Red Wing families, even today, can recount stories of their relatives working in the town’s clay industry, and many will point with pride to a piece of stoneware or A tree stump planter created for the grave site of an individual whose initials pottery that has been in were applied to the piece. What did the initials stand for? Maybe this article the family for will reach a descendant who knows.

Cemetery

ALLOUEZ

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EARL Prock’s Crocks & Antiques 10 mi NE of Spooner on Hwy 63 (715) 635-3655 Open 7 days/week, 9am - 5pm www.ProcksCrocksAntiqueStoneware.com

SPOONER Marker’s Antiques 7077 Green Valley Road (Off Hwy 63 at Hwy 253 & Green Valley Rd) (715) 635-3581 • OPEN 7 Days a Week: 10-4 A wide variety of quality, affordable antiques!

RICE LAKE Primrose Parlor Antiques 417 N Main Street (715) 234-5849 Open Mon-Sat 10am - 5pm Charming Victorian structure; multi-dealer.

SHELL LAKE Jean’s Antiques Collectibles & Gifts 24 5th Avenue (downtown Shell Lake) (715) 468-7035 OPEN DAILY: Mon-Sat: 10-4; Sun: 11-3 8,000 sq. ft. Glass, Furniture, Jewelry, & more

CUMBERLAND Years Ago Antiques & Collectibles 1367 2nd Ave. (Downtown) (715) 822-4625 Mon-Sat 10-5; Sun 11-3 Mall; 20+ dealers selling a wide variety.

CAMERON / WEYERHAUSER

DALLAS Old Farmers Mercantile Historic Farmers Store on Main Street (715) 837-1919 • Open Fri & Sat 10-6; Mon-Th by chance - RING THE DOORBELL! Quality Antiques / Clocks / 100+ Tractors / Collectibles / Unique Homemade Items.

CHETEK Time and Again Antique Mall 606 2nd Street (Downtown Chetek) (715) 924-4000 • Open All Year! Mon-Sat 9am-5pm; Sun 11am-5pm 35 Dealers • www.ChetekAntiques.com

Red Cedar Mercantile Antiques 2 mi West of Cameron on Hwy 8 (715) 458-4931 Open Thurs - Mon, 10-5 Online: www.red-cedar-mercantile.com Blue Pony Antiques 2655 Hwy 8 (Between Cameron & Weyerhauser) (715) 859-2878 Mon-Sat 10am-5pm; Sun 11am-5pm www.BluePonyAntiques.com


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generations. Some such pieces were made as part of the general product line of one of the factories. Other pieces, sometimes known as “lunch hour” pieces because workers made them in their free time, were unique creations. They were made specifically for personal use or as gifts for family and friends. Of all the crocks, jugs, pitchers, and plates made for personal use and toted home by the potters of Red Wing, those made in remembrance of a family member hold the greatest importance. Remarkably, some of these pieces have been on display in Red Wing for decades. They are found in the city’s cemeteries.

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This Oakwood Cemetery stoneware gravestone was created for infant Francis Meritt Olson. “Born May 17, 1899; Died June 9, 1899.” It is full of Victorian gravestone symbols, including oak leaves (strength of faith, eternity), and grapes (sacrifice, blood of Christ, immortality). Evidence suggests this marker was not created at the sewer pipe factory.  The decorations and glaze were more likely found at one of the potteries.   Portions were also done in marble.

Cemetery

Cont. from page 20

Oakwood Cemetery, located in the heart of the city and high on a bluff, holds over a dozen gravestones and/or flowerpots made especially to mark the site of a family member’s grave. Nearly all were made using the forms and glaze used at the Red Wing Sewer Pipe Company. But while various sewer pipe molds were used for the foundations of these grave markers, each marker was further fashioned into a unique and lasting work of art by its maker. Some of the pieces were never marked with a name; these were meant to simply hold plants or flowers at a gravesite. Others, clearly meant to mark the grave of a family member, bear the name, birth date, and date of death of the individual interred there. Many were children. Grothe, Johanna collections and exhibits manager at the Goodhue County Historical Society in Red Wing, conducts tours of the historic cemetery. During the

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tour she talks about “the history of the cemetery itself, Victorian era mourning

practices, gravestone symbolism, and family histories of some of the plots we look at.” Grothe also shared “Oakwood Cemetery was established in 1854. 35 acres of land were deeded to the city

of Red Wing in 1857 at the cost of $3.50 per acre. It was platted around 1863-1864. The Betcher Memorial Chapel and the Blodgett Memorial Gateway were designed by wellknown architect

John’s Antiques Celebrating 45 Years!

An ivy-and-flower decorated marker for twelveyear-old “Clara Genevieve, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. J. Larson. Born 1900.  Died 1912.”

Clarence H. Johnson of addresses during her St. Paul and were tour is in strong dedicated in 1908.” The gravestone Cemetery Cont. on page 22 symbolism Grothe

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Cont. from page 21

evidence on the Oakwood Cemetery stoneware markers. The foundation of each of these hand-crafted memorial sculptures is a pre-formed piece of sewer pipe. Careful examination reveals that the artists often added a layer of clay to the exterior of the basic form and then carved it to appear like tree bark. Individual appliqués in shapes such as grape clusters, oak leaves, vines, and flowers were then attached. All carried symbolic meaning. Tour groups learn that Victorians were big on gravestone

Tree-stump style grave marker for Mrs. Samuel Haner. The anchor symbolized hope and life eternal, the tree stump a life cut short.

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CALENDAR

readers confirm the scheduling of an event Before traveling any distance.

Club information in the Club Directory is published on a rotating basis as space is available. MAJOR ANTIQUES AND COLLECTIBLES SHOWS / SALES / MARKETS SEPTEMBER 23, 2013 - SEPTEMBER 29, 2013 ST. PAUL, MN: Prime Promotions’ Minnesota Antique Spectacular. Saturday & Sunday, September 28th and 29th; Sat. 8-6, Sun. 10-4. Minnesota State Fairgrounds Grandstand (on Snelling Ave. 3 mi. N of I-94 and 2 mi. S of State Hwy 36). Admission: $6. For information call: (612)961-3401 or visit www.MNAntiqueShows.com Page 17 (Sep). ELKHORN, WI: Elkhorn Antique Flea Market. Sunday September 29th. Opens 7am rain or shine. Admission: $5. FREE Parking. Walworth County Fairgrounds, Hwy 11. N.L. Promotions, LLC. Info.: (414)525-0820 or www. nlpromotionsllc.com. Page 15 (Sep). PLYMOUTH, MN: Dolls & Toys & Bears OH MY! Sponsored by Shows by Bernadette. Sunday, September 29th, 10am to 4pm. Crowne Plaza Hotel, 3131 Campus Drive. Admission: Adults $5; Kids 10 and under $1. Info.: (239)282-9499, email: Dolls_toys_bears_ohmy@yahoo.com or www. DollsToysBearsOhMy.com Page 15 (Sep).

Auction & Estate Sale Calendar The Old Times Auction & Estate Sale Calendar is a listing of auctions and estate sales advertised in The Old Times. The listing includes the location of the sale, the company name, the type of auction or sale and the page on which the advertisement can be found in this issue. (If no page is listed the advertisement appeared in the previous month’s issue.) September 26, 2013 Thursday 6:00 pm Cannon Falls, MN– A New Day Auctions Weekly Consignment Auction– P 25 September 30, 2013 Monday 6:00 pm St. Paul, MN– Luther Auctions Fine Antique, & Art Auction– P 24 October 3, 2013 Thursday 6:00 pm Cannon Falls, MN– A New Day Auctions Weekly Consignment Auction– P 25 October 7, 2013 Monday 6:00 pm St. Paul, MN– Luther Auctions Estate, Antique, & Collectible Auction– P 24 October 10, 2013 Thursday 6:00 pm Cannon Falls, MN– A New Day Auctions Weekly Consignment Auction– P 25 October 12/13, 2013 Sat: 9am-5pm; Sun: Noon-5pm Faribault, MN– Anne Roach Estate Sales Estate Sale: Wonderful sale in early 1900s 2-story plus basement home – P 25 October 14, 2013 Monday 6:00 pm St. Paul, MN– Luther Auctions Estate, Antique, & Collectible Auction– P 24 October 17, 2013 Thursday 6:00 pm Cannon Falls, MN– A New Day Auctions Weekly Consignment Auction– P 25 October 19, Saturday 9:00 am Rochester, MN– Olmsted County Fairgrounds John Kruesels General Merchandise & Auction Co. Antiques Estates Auction– P 16 October 24, 2013 Thursday 6:00 pm Cannon Falls, MN– A New Day Auctions Weekly Consignment Auction– P 25 October 28, 2013 Monday 6:00 pm St. Paul, MN– Luther Auctions Fine Antique, & Art Auction– P 24 October 31, 2013 Thursday 6:00 pm Cannon Falls, MN– A New Day Auctions Weekly Consignment Auction– P 25

SEPTEMBER 30, 2013 - OCTOBER 6, 2013

OCTOBER 14, 2013 - OCTOBER 20, 2013

ST. PAUL, MN: MCDA Comic Book Show, produced by The Minnesota Comic book Association. Saturday, October 5th, 10am to 5pm. Education Building, MN State Fairgrounds, 1265 N Snelling Ave. (Enter on Snelling Ave. 3 mi. N of I-94 or 2 mi. S of State Hwy 36). FREE Parking. Info.: www.MCDA.com or email MNCDA@aol.com.

APPLE VALLEY, MN: Haupt Antiek Market: “Pumpkins & Primitives”. October 17th, 18th, 19th, & 20th. Thurs: 9am8pm, Fri: 9am-7pm, Sat: 9am-5pm, Sun: 11am-4pm. 7570 147th St W, Apple Valley, MN. Info.: (651)329-3871; or Deb@ HauptAntiek.com, or www.HauptAntiek.com. Page 6.

OCTOBER 7, 2013 - OCTOBER 13, 2013 MINNEAPOLIS, MN: A Gathering of Friends Antique Market. October 10th - 13th. Thurs & Fri 9am-8pm, Sat 9am-6pm, Sun 10am-3pm. 6010 Lyndale Ave South (Bachman’s Flagship Store at 60th & Lyndale Ave South in Minneapolis). FREE Admission and FREE Parking. Info.: www. AGatheringOfFriends.net. Page 15 MAPLEWOOD, MN: 40th Annual Guzzle ‘N Twirl Beer & Brewery Collectibles Show. Sponsored by the North Star Chapter of the Beer Can Collectors Association. Saturday, October 12th, 9am - 3pm. Aldrich Arena, 1850 White Bear Ave. Admission: $5. Info.: Dave at (651)731-9573 or www. NorthStarChapter.com. Page 14. CEDAR RAPIDS, IA: Cedar Rapids Antique Show & Sale. October 11th, 12th, & 13th. Fri 10-6, Sat 10-6, and Sun 11-4. Hawkeye Downs Fairgrounds, Main Exhibition Building, 4400 6th St SW (just off I-380, Exit #17). Admission: $6 (Good all 3 days). FREE Parking. Info.: (641)832-2700 or (507)269-1473. Website: www.IridescentHouse.com. OCTOBER 14, 2013 - OCTOBER 20, 2013 ROSEVILLE, MN: The Har Mar Mall Antique Show & Sale. October 18th, 19th, & 20th; Fri. 10am-8pm, Sat. 10am-6pm, Sun. 11am-5pm. Har Mar Mall shopping center, 2100 N Snelling Ave. Produced by Juno Promotions (651)455-2180 or email: NAJuno1@aol.com. P. 1 MINNETONKA, MN: MFC 39th Annual MINNEFEST Coca-Cola Collectibles & Antique Advertising Show & Sale. Saturday, October 20th, 9am - 1:30pm. ** 2nd Year in NEW LOCATION Sheraton Hotel - Mpls West, 12201 Ridgedale Drive **. FREE Admission. Sponsored by MN First Chapter of the Coca-Cola Collectors Club. Info.: http://MNCoca-ColaClub.tripod.com. Page 14. OCTOBER 21, 2013 - OCTOBER 27, 2013 ST. PAUL, MN: Twin City Postcard Club Fall Show. Saturday & Sunday, October 26th & 27th; Sat. 9am-6pm, Sun 9am3pm. **NEW FALL LOCATION - St. Paul Kelly Inn, 161 Saint Anthony Ave. (Marion St Exit from I-94 near the State Capitol)**. Admission: $4; (Club members- $3); Info.: Dave Johnson (651)426-3573 or www.TwinCityPostcardClub.com. Page 15 OCTOBER 28, 2013 - NOVEMBER 3, 2013 OCONOMOWOC, WI: Lake Country Antique Show (formerly the Delafield Antique Show). November 1st, 2nd, & 3rd; Fri. 5pm-9pm, Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. 11am-4pm. **2nd Year in NEW LOCATION - Olympia Resort & Spa, 1350 Royal Mile Road (I-94 Exit 282, then 1 mi. N on Hwy 67) **. Admission: Adults $8; Children (15 and under) FREE. (Tickets valid all three days.) Catered Food, Desserts, Gourmet Coffees. Info.: (262)968-4913 or www.AntiquesCenterAtWales.net. Page 15. ROCK ISLAND, IL: Antique Spectacular, sponsored by Melting Pot Productions, Inc. November 1st, 2nd, & 3rd. Fri 5pm9pm; Sat 10am-6pm; Sun 11am-4pm. QCCA Expo Center, 2621 4th Ave. Admission: $7. Info.: (712)326-9964 or Kim@ AntiqueSpectacular.com or visit www.AntiqueSpectacular. com. Page 14.

SHAKOPEE, MN: How Quaint - A 4-Day Market. October 17th, 18th, 19th, & 20th. Thurs: 9am-8pm, Fri: 9am-7pm, Sat: 9am-5pm, Sun: 11am-4pm. 714 1st Ave E (Hwy 101). Info.: (952)465-3887 or www.How-Quaint.com. See the “Spend A Day in the Country” ad for a more complete listing of shops in and around Shakopee - Page 11. SAVAGE, MN: The Brass Peacock, an Occasional Sale held the 3rd Thursday through Sunday of each month. October 17th, 18th, 19th, & 20th; Thurs-Sat: 10am-4pm; Sun: Noon4pm. 4740 W 124th St. Info.: (952)905-9852; or Joyce@ BrassPeacock.net, or www.BrassPeacock.net. See the “Spend A Day in the Country” ad for a more complete listing of shops in and around Savage - Page 11. CARVER, MN: Historic Downtown Carver ‘Once-A-Month Market’. October 17th, 18th, & 19th. Thurs: 10am-5pm; Fri & Sat: 10am-4pm. Info.: (952)361-3000. See the “Spend A Day in the Country” ad for a more complete listing of shops in and around Carver - Page 11. FARMINGTON, MN: Vintage Marketplace - A 4-Day Market held twice each month. October 17th, 18th, 19th, & 20th. Thurs, Fri, & Sat: 10am-7pm, Sun: 11am-5pm. 302 Oak St., (Downtown Farmington). Info.: (651)463-3401; or www. VintageMarketplace.org. Page 6. MANKATO, MN: Junk & Disorderly Flea Market at Pond Road Antiques. Saturday, October 19th, 9am-4pm. 111 Butterworth St. (1 blk. N of Perkins on Hwy 169). Info.: (507)386-7663. Page 6 OCTOBER 21, 2013 - OCTOBER 27, 2013 FARMINGTON, MN: Vintage Marketplace - A 4-Day Market held twice each month. October 24th, 25th, 26th, & 27th. Thurs, Fri, & Sat: 10am-7pm, Sun: 11am-5pm. 302 Oak St., (Downtown Farmington). Info.: (651)463-3401; or www. VintageMarketplace.org. Page 6. SPECIAL EVENTS / MEETINGS / CONVENTIONS EXHIBITS / MUSEUMS / GALLERIES TWIN CITIES, MN: The Twin Cities Fine Arts Organization (TCFAO) is a resource on arts and events for the community. It is a nonprofit membership-based organization that galleries, museums and art centers may join. TCFAO is made up of Galleries, museums and art centers, Artists and Arts advocates. Museum & gallery and events calendar info.: www.TwinCitiesFineArts.org. CLUB / ASSOCIATION DIRECTORY ARCHER CITY, TX: The National Toothpick Holder Collectors’ Society promotes and supports the collecting of toothpick holders, and provides education for both members and non-members by providing research, written documentation, new articles, and by participating in other collector-related events. NTHCS is open to anyone interested in the collection, research, and preservation of toothpick holders. For membership Info: email: Membership@ NTHCS.org; visit: www.nthcs.org; or write: NTHCS Membership Chairman, P.O. Box 852, Archer City, TX 76351

NOVEMBER 4, 2013 - NOVEMBER 10, 2013 WAUSAU, WI: The “PARK” Holiday Antique Show & Sale. Sponsored by AR Promotions. Saturday and Sunday, November 9th and 10th. Sat. 9am-5pm; Sun. 10am-4pm. Wausau’s Marathon Park, East Gate Hall, 1200 Stewart Ave. (Stewart & 12th Ave.). Admission: $4.50, Good both Days; Under 16 FREE. Info.: Audre’ Hanson, (715)355-5144. (Jul.) NOVEMBER 11, 2013 - NOVEMBER 17, 2013 SIOUX CITY, IA: Antique Spectacular, sponsored by Melting Pot Productions, Inc. November 15th, 16th, & 17th. Fri 5pm-9pm; Sat 10am-6pm; Sun 11am-4pm. Sioux City Convention Center, 801 4th St. Admission: $7. Info.: (712)326-9964 or Kim@AntiqueSpectacular.com or visit www. AntiqueSpectacular.com. Page 14. MONTHLY MARKETS & OCCASIONAL SALES

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CAMBRIDGE, MN: Fall 2013 Unique Boutique & Antiques Tour. Sponsored by the shops in and around Cambridge, MN. October 3rd - 6th. Thurs-Sat: 9am-5pm; Sun: 11am-5pm. Info.: www.UniqueBoutiqueAndAntiquesTour.shutterfly.com or (763)689-3421. Page 26 (Sep)

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CLASSIFIED ADS FOR SALE

1770’s ENGLISH 8-DRAWER DRESSER. Good conditiontop not damaged - original brass and ivory. 21D X 47H X 53W. Call (612)799-1400.

LARGE AMOUNT OF MILITARIA including many vintage bayonets. Vintage hunting, fishing, playboys and other collectibles. Booth DDS - Gateway Antique Mall, Rogers, MN (763)4288286 (6) GOT RECORDS? Clean, playable vinyl reasonably priced. DLJ @ Mall of Saint Paul (Selby and Fairview) & DLJ @ School House Mall (Hixton, WI). I buy record collections. David 763-780-8422. (TFN) TELEPHONES: Over 85 different, genuine 1892-1983, parts, restorations. FREE Catalogue: We now offer our entire business for sale. (608)582-4124; phonecoinc@aol.com; www. phonecoinc.com (0)

ANTIQUE HARDWARE lights, doors, etc. for older homes. 2,000 sq. ft. of stuff. Also, furniture hardware. NORTHWEST ARCHITECTURAL SALVAGE, 981 Selby Ave, St. Paul, MN. (651)644-9270 or email: pmanly8376@aol.com (TFN) RARE-VINTAGE 1950’s PORTA-SAUNA 1 Person Fiberglass Steam Cabinet with wheels. Similar model as on I love Lucy Show. Fits doorways. $295 (612)807-0942. (0) JAN WATSON’S COMING TO HARMAR with all the goodies I’ve found this summer! Like Renwal doll furniture, many AnnaLee Christmas dolls, Buzza pictures and paper, lotsa postcards - many bags of 100 at $5/bag. Also, lots of glassware with RED “X’s” (1/2 OFF), Chicago Worlds Fair items, pottery, jewelry, and some display cases. October 18, 19, & 20 - mall hours, Famous Footwear entrance and... I GET THERE EARLY! (BF0)

OVER 200 PIECES OF BLUE DELFT pottery both large and small items. Purchased during the 80’s and 90’s. Dellmation@yahoo.com or (952)736-0773 (0) WANTED WANTED: OLD PHOTOS AND NEGATIVES, 35mm slides, 8mm home movies, antique photo albums. Don’t throw those old photos, slides and movies away! Contact me today! www.thevintagephotoguy.com (0) POLITICAL BUTTONS WANTED: Collector buys old campaign, buttons, badges, ribbons, posters & misc historical items. Call Paul 952200-7490 or email hhhman@comcast.net (8) WANTED TO BUY: Old Comics, Sunday Funnies, Mags, and Bubble Gum Cards. Call Dave: (651)503-0642 (11) Selling or Buying? An Old Times Classified Ad WORKS! Call (320)351-6399 or email Paul@TheOldTimes.com

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This is a wonderful sale in an early 1900s 2-story, plus basement, home! PARTIAL LISTING…ANTIQUES & VINTAGE include: Harvest Table - late 1800 oils (floral & scenic) • late 1800 Cork Village Scene, 35x37 • signed PAIRPOINT Table Lamp, reverse painted shade(as is) • Torchere style Figural Table Lamp, nude holding cobalt lamp • Baker’s Table • Mantel Clocks • “Hendryx” Bird Cage/Stand • Walnut Bed • Walnut Dressers • 1917 Patriotic Litho “For Home & Country” • Iron Hall Tree • Gate-leg Table • Cupboard • China Cabinet • Wardrobe • Nippon • Variety Crockery & Pottery • Dazey Churn • Store Display Hands • Linens • Reed & Barton Coffee/Tea Service • Blue Willow Dishes • Wallace Nuttings “A Birch Approach” • Partial Sets Dinnerware • Painted “Shabby” Furniture • Glassware • Pictures • Misc Tables • Tall Wood Shutters • Celluloid wind-up Dancing Couple • Avor Duck Candy Container • Busts of Hermes, Hygeia,Mendelsson • Ornate Mirrors • and so much more! *CABLE-NELSON SPINET PIANO/Bench NEWER PIECES INCLUDE: Colonial Low-Boy Lane Cedar Chest/Drawer • 2 New Traditional Sofas, Sage Color • 2 New LA-Z-BOY blue Recliners • Louis Vuitton Duffel Bag • Large Set Churchill Blue Willow Dinnerware • MANY Blue & White Decorator China pieces • Fire Side Chairs • Leather Luggage • Travel Bags • Shoes • Purses • Kate Spade Leopard Purse • Over 50 Misc Logo T-Shirts • Dog Care Supplies • Grundig World Band Receiver • Eton Weather Radio • Uniden Bearcat Scanner • Scientific Angler Fly Rod • Orvis Fly Fishing Inflatable Vest • Ralph Loren Hunting Jacket • Indian Drum • Adjustble Air Helper Springs(Levels Load) • TOOLS • Rockwell Super 10 Motorized Saw • Gardening equipment • 100s of Compact Discs, DVDs, Cassettes, VHS movies & BOXES of 8 Tracks …. Home is FULL!!! Get numbers when you arrive (1st day only) • MUST stay at property • Portable toilet

Cash and Checks with positive ID • (NO PARKING ON STREET IN FRONT OF HOUSE) Anne Roach-Stegmeir, Mgr. • AnneRoSteg@gmail.com

DEALER SPACE AVAILABLE

CANING & WICKER REPAIR

ANTIQUE SHOWS & MARKETS

DEALERS WANTED: THORA MAE’S ANTIQUES in Cannon Falls has doubled in size! 612-860-7488 / email: kara.gates@ thoramaesantiques.com (TFN)

CHAIR CANING, starting at $1/hole. Wicker repair, rush, seat weaving. Only 1 hour from Mpls. Debbie (507)9645887, debgary@myclearwave.net (0)

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PERSONAL PROPERTY APPRAISAL SCHOOL

KANE COUNTY ANTIQUE & COLLECTIBLE FLEA MARKET. “Best in the Midwest or Anywhere.” Kane County Fairgrounds, 525 S. Randall Road, St. Charles, Illinois 60174 (between Route 38 and Route 64). 1st Sunday of every month and preceding Saturday afternoon. NEXT SHOWS: October 5th & 6th and November 2nd & 3rd. Sat: Noon - 5pm; Sun: 7am - 4pm. Admission: $5 each day. Children 12 and under FREE with parents. Parking FREE. Information: (630)377-2252 or www. KaneCountyFleaMarket. com. (TFN)

SERVICES JOE’S CHANDELIER CLEANING, LLC. Chandelier cleaning, rewiring, & repair services. Insured. Free local estimates. Joe Schwab, Proprietor. (651)3389515 or jschwab22@ comcast.net. (3) DOLL REPAIR: Antique to modern. 30 years experience. Plus fashions custom made. Demi’s Doll Studio and Hospital, (952)920-0046 or demisdollstudio@comcast.net. www.demisdollstudio. com. (1)

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returned, Reuben asked if Betty would be interested in creating other figurines. Seizing the chance to realize her artistic dreams, Betty eagerly said

October 2013

The Old Times 1000 different designs. Over 95 percent of these were the work of Betty Harrington. After 1955, Betty Harrington moved on to other pursuits, although not all the intervening years were happy ones.

“Yes!” Soon Ceramic Arts Studio was devoting itself to fullscale figural production with an annual output of over 500,000 figurines. From Betty’s arrival until the Studio’s close in 1955, Ceramic Arts released nearly Fun & Unique Items!

NORTHBOUND

ANTIQUES

Multi-dealer shop 55 mi. N. of the Twin Cities on Hwy. 169 • Pease, MN Northbound has a general line of antiques and collectibles, specializing in:

Coins • Mohler Paintings Roseville • Jewelry • Stoneware Cabin Decor • Hunting/Fishing Signage/Advertising/Hamms Outdoors & Garden Decor

“Gingham Dog & Calico Cat.” 2¾ inches h.; 3 inches h. $80-100/pr.

figurines remain perpetually young at heart — proof positive that fairy tales can come true.

OPEN DAILY - 10am-6pm • 320-369-4489

“How lucky I feel — to be able to live long enough to see the work I did fifty years ago sought after by so many collectors, and to receive so many compliments, too. Outside of my family, working at Ceramic Arts Studio was the most exciting and fulfilling time in my life.” Betty Harrington,1996

Antiques in

BuffALO, Mn Annie’s Attic

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Buffalo Nickel Waldon woodS ANTIQUES Antiques Welcome to a real Antique Shop!

ANNIVERSARY

th

10,000 sq. ft. Showroom Open Since 1972.

SALE!

25% OFF

Storewide (except firm or alrady on sale)

October 18, 19, 20 One block N. of lights ~ Junction Hwys. 25 & 55 Mon.-Sat. 10-6 Sun. 11-6

(763) 682-2818

SHop 7 dayS a week (except HolidayS) From 10am to 5pm at our two-Floor SHowroom. 2612 State Hwy. 55 Se Buffalo, MN

1004 3rd St S Buffalo, MN 55313

763-682-4735

“Sabu & Elephant.” 5 inches h. $170-210/pr.

(2 mi E of Buffalo or if coming from Mpls. 23 mi W of Hwy 494)

OPEN 7 Days A Week 10am to 6pm

Fortunately, a the present. Betty rediscovery of Harrington and her Harrington’s work in joyously exuberant the 1980s brought renewed appreciation of her self-taught artistry. That appreciation lasted through her passing in 1997, continuing into

(763) 682-5667

OVER 50 DEALERS! NOW UNDER NEW OWNERSHIP!

Furniture • ArchitecturAl items • Huge Stock oF Stained glaSS • complete engliSH pubS and decorative pub itemS • SmallS • collectibleS • a complete Selection oF pennSylvania amiSH pine Furniture

BuffaloNickelAntiques.com

LEE & MARIAN WALDON SOLE OWNERS

The Ceramic Arts Studio Collectors Association recently celebrated Betty’s 100th at the group’s annual Convention in Madison. CAS Collectors will celebrate its own

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6-16-09

2 ps t Sho Grea to get to y s st a E almo from here! Anyw

Hwy. 169/Mille lacs corridor 1 Cripple Creek antiques sHops Antique Vintage Retro 28353 U.S. Highway 169 Onamia, MN 56359 (14 miles N of Junction 23 & 169)

763-360-2629

Great Antiquing on the Way “Up North!”

Unique & One-of-aKind!

Hinckley

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OPEN: Wed-Fri: 10am-6pm • Sat: 10am-2pm

• Cripple Creek

OR “If the gate’s open ‘Come On In’ - the coffee’s brewing!”

K & K Collectibles Buy • Sell

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Mora

Pine City

Ogilvie

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Milaca

OPEN: Thurs-Sun: 10-6 • Mon: Noon-6 (Closed Tuesdays & Wednesdays)

4004 Brickton Road • (763) 389-2554 2-1/2 miles N of Downtown Princeton, Clear Lake then 3/4 mile on Brickton Road.

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95

Rush City

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Pease

Two levels of antiques housed in our historic brick barn.

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Cambridge

Princeton Princeton Elk River 18

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169

25

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95

North Branch

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Clearwater

Becker

Big Lake

94

25

Elk River

10

Monticello 19

Albertville

101

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“Paul Bunyan & Evergreen.” 4½ inches h.; 2½ inches h. $200-250.


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The Old Times Donald-Brian Johnson is the coauthor of numerous Schiffer books on mid20th century design, including Ceramic Arts Studio: The Legacy of Betty Harrington. Please address inquiries to donaldbrian@msn. com

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Cont. from page 26 milestone next year: 20 years as a collecting club! The anniversary will be observed at the 2014 Convention, scheduled for August 23, held in conjunction with the Wisconsin Pottery Association Show & Sale. Full details on the club, its convention, and its quarterly newsletters, are available at www. cascollectors.com

Young at heart: Betty Harrington, 1996.

“Sambo & Tiger,” 3½ inches h.; 5 inches l. $500-575/pr.

10 YEAR ANNIVERSARY SALE 30% OFF November 1st, 2nd & 3rd • 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. ALL 3 DAYS!! Milaca

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Pease

THE VINTAGE JEWELRY COLLECTION Foley

IN THE ANTIQUE MALL OF ROGERS 169

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Elk River Orono Lake

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101 Pelican Lake

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8600 Main Ave • Clear Lake • (320) 743-5950 Take I-94 to Clearwater (Exit #178) then N 3 mi on Hwy 24. We’re 1 blk S of Hwy 10 in dwntwn Clear Lake - between Becker & St. Cloud. www.WeekendCottageAntiques.com

• 15,000 Sq. Ft. Multi-dealer Mall • 2 floors featuring a full line of antiques & collectibles • Best prices in the area

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PEDAL INN ANTIQUES

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I-94 Exit 193, north 6 blks. to corner of Hwy. 25 and River St. MONTICELLO (763)295-4444

Buy Antiques The Original Recyclables...

Open 7 Days A Week

Mon-Sat 10am to 6pm • Sun 10am to 5pm

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763-428-0101 Antiques101@live.com

• 763-428-8286 •

OPEN EACH DAY 10am-6pm Over 50 Dealers! 12825 Main St. • Rogers, MN 55374 (I-94 Exit 207 • 3 Blks S on right.) www.Gateway-AntiqueMall.com

(Travel the I-94/Hwy. 10 Loop) 3

Antiques Monticello 106 Walnut Street

(I-94 Exit 193 then north (on Hwy 25) 5 blks Left on Broadway, right on Walnut

(763) 295-5556

Open: Mon-Sat: 10-6; Sun: 10-5

A Multi-Dealer Mall in Downtown Monticello featuring a full line of Antiques & Collectibles.

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ALBERTVILLE • (763)497-2502

month May through October!

Come see us at our NEW LOCATION

Antique Shops

(763) 263-8188 • www.PedalInnAntiques.com Open 7 Days A Week 12180 Hancock St. 10am - 6pm BECKER

Flea Market • 1st Sunday every

GATEWAY Antique Mall

9 Shops

Spend a Whole Day!!

~ Multi Dealer Store ~ ~ 2 Historic Buildings Full ~

Open Every Friday, Saturday, & Sunday - 10am-5pm

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Northwest Metro Area

The

Eagle Lake

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Stop in to see all of our fresh finds! Lorinda will be in all 3 days to celebrate 10 years of business and give personal service.

Julia Lake

Multi-Dealer Shop • Space Available

GRAND OPENING July 9, 10 & 11, 2010

Opened March 1, 2010 • Multi- Dealer Shop • Space Available

12905 Main Street • Rogers, MN 55374 I-94 Exit #207 • 2 blks south on right 12905 Main Street, Roger’s, MN 55374 Antiques101@live.com 763-428-0101 Hours: Monday – Saturday 10-6, Sunday – 11-5 Beth Wolf – owner Evie Sandberg - manager

NEW HOURS! h Mon - Sat 10 - 5 Sun 11 - 5

Beth Wolf, owner/manager

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Antiques & Collectibles

20 min. from the Twin Cities

21311 John Milless Dr ROGERS, MN 55374 • I-94 Exit 207 • South on Hwy 101/County Road 81 • First LEFT after the stoplight (behind CVS Pharmacy) Open Daily 10am to 5pm

60 DEALERS on TWO FLOORS

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Open Mon-Sat: 10-6; Sun 11-6 • 763-428-4873 HoME oF

THE VINTAGE JEWELRy COLLECTION

12860 Main St • Rogers, MN 55374

I-94 Exit 207 (3 blks S) • 20 min. from the Cities


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It’s Time for the ROGERS Antiques Shops

Annual Fall Sales Event Don’t Miss This!

4 Great Shops! 3 Big Days!

★★★ Bring your friends and families ★★★

And Spend a Whole Day With Us!!

Friday, Saturday, & Sunday STOREWIDE SALES* Nov. 1, 2 & 3 Each (Some Exceptions May Apply) 10 AM- 6 PM Day!

20% and More Autumn Dayz

Sale

12905 Main Street • Rogers, MN 55374 I-94 Exit #207 • 2 Blocks S on right

763-428-0101

Antiques101RogersMN@gmail.com

$20 Gift Certificate Drawing Each Day ★★★★★★★★ Join Us for Cake & Coffee!

Antiques

Holidays Sale

2 Floors of Quality Antiques!

25th Anniversary

Phone: 763-428-4873

Sale! Elevator & Handicapped Accessible Building

I-94 Exit 207 at ROGERS then South 3 Blocks 12860 Main St. • Rogers, MN 55374

Fall Into

Savings!

Gateway

Antique Mall

21311 John Milless Dr Rogers, MN 55374

12825 Main Street • Rogers, MN 55374

763-428-3111

Located off I-94 Exit 207 • 3 Blocks South on Right

I-94 Exit 207 • South on Hwy 101/County Rd 81 • First LEFT after the stoplight (Behind CVS Pharmacy & next to Guadaljara’s)

763-428-8286 www.Gateway-AntiqueMall.com

Old Times V23 N10 Oct 2013  

The Premiere Journal of Antiques & Collectibles in the upper Midwest.

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