Fred Stalley, register of deeds, has a rich family history tracing back to Huguenot ancestors. He settled in Minnesota in 1873, engaged in farming, and was involved in various civic roles. Appointed as deputy register of deeds in 1907, he later won the election for the office with a record-breaking majority. Fred is a member of several fraternal organizations and has two children with his second wife, Nellie H. Axtell.
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Edwin J. Wheeler, the mayor of Moorhead, Minnesota, is a prominent figure known for his strong character and dedication to his community. He began his career as a clerk and later became the president of the Wheeler Land Company, contributing to the growth and prosperity of the region. A steadfast Republican supporter, Wheeler’s leadership has led to Moorhead’s significant advancements. He is involved in various fraternal organizations and is married to Helen S. Evans, with whom he has two children.
Ben F. Holt, a promising young businessman in Barnesville, Minnesota, manages the shoe and clothing departments at Norby & Solum store. Dedicated and enterprising, Holt attended school in Scranton, Pennsylvania, and has worked at Norby & Solum, except for a brief period at Y. Gunness & Company. Highly regarded for his integrity, Holt is also involved in the Masonic Order and the Modern Brotherhood of America.
Alphonse Cyr, M. D., one of the popular physicians of Barnesville, Minnesota, came from Montreal, where he was born on July 5, 1872, the son of Joan B. and Rosalie (Demers) Cyr. He was educated in the public schools there, and in the St. Lawrence College, in Quebec, from which he graduated with the class of 1892. He then entered the Laval University and graduated from the medical department of that institution four years later with the degree of M. D.; went to Barnesville, Minnesota, in 1906, where he immediately opened an office for the practice of his profession, and …