No ice cream

FTLComm - Tisdale - Wednesday, October 20, 2004

Plans to build a Dairy Queen between the Tisdale 7-11 and the Co-op Cardlock have been abandoned and the property sold to Beeland Co-op. Chupa Excavation is in the process of raising the level of the lot to match the cardlock yard laying down a base of rock and today gravel. The lot will be finished in the same gravel surface as the cardlock and it is expected that the Co-op will use the site to show off its agricultural equipment. So by spring this new area will have a crop of augers and perhaps a steel bin or two.

There is a bit of irony in this story as the Beeland Co-op which for years has sold soft ice cream at its restaurant has shut down its machine and with a sign announced that it will no longer be selling soft ice cream.

Timothy W. Shire


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