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Sit-in Chirp, Come hither on parade “Garage Sale!” ... page 13 ...page 18 ... page 22 1990-2015 Old Ti www.TheOldTimes.com 25 me The P.O. Box 411 s Sauk Centre, MN th 56378 Anniversary FREE! The Premier Journal of Vintage, Collectible At all the best Antiques Shops and Shows and Antique Wonders in the Midwest Section One Vol. 25 No. 5 • “Vintage, Collectible, & Antique Wonders” • May 2015 Peeking into (Photos by Britt Aamodt) Aaron Brown, with wife Christina, was one of a small handful of Iron Range locals in charge of organizing Dylan Days every May. Bob Dylan’s Hibbing by Britt Aamodt school. Rental cars log hundreds co-organizer of Dylan Days, “but HIBBING, MINN. – Every of miles from airports to arrive at for millions of people the word May, around Memorial Day, this destination on the Mesabi Hibbing will only escape their Hibbingites head for the cabin. Iron Range, only a holler from lips because of Bob Dylan.” The same weekend, out-of-state the Canadian border. The singer-songwriter wasn’t license plates prowl Howard “Say whatever you like about Dylan’s Hibbing Street and pull up at the high Bob Dylan,” said Aaron Brown, Cont. on page 3 METROPROMOS, INC. Presents t i q u e, V intage & Cra Something For Everyone! A 17th Show Hours: ka An Held RAIN or SHINE ft Sh nnual VINTAGE Sat. 8 - 5 • Sun. 10 - 4 o ow An at the ANOKA COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS DECORATIVE ITEMS Set-up: Friday 8 to 6 FURNITURE Admission: Reg. $4 Saturday & Sunday, May 30th & 31st GLASSWARE JEWELRY Railroad Fairgrounds Tracks With Discount Coupon $3 Ferry Street BOOKS • TOYS Hwy. 10 Under 12 FREE! FREE PARKING! • Anoka, MN See full ad on page 12 2 The Old Times May 2015 n t iQ u e s M i n n e s ot a A Minnesota’s First Mall Established 1979 Mission Style Sofa $2895.00 Dukes of Hazard Lunchbox $40.00 Rosemeade Large Figurine $249.00 Bertoia Chair $389.00 Mason Weller Vase Jar $149.00 $140.00 Jade Incense Burner $495.00 Erector Set $95.00 Large Selection of Comics! Civil War Cartridge Box $325.00 Owl Pottery Night Light $75.00 Erector Set $95.00 Lidded Enamel Container $85.00 American Eagle Shot Shells Tin Litho Cinerama Truck Shell/Seaweed Rose Bowl Wallace Sir Christopher $70.00 $250.00 $120.00 Sterling Silver Set $2,000.00 Dealer Space starting at $25.00 per month CHECK OUT OUR WEEKLY ONLINE AUCTIONS AT www.AntiquesMinnesota.net 952-894-7200 952-894-7200 ANTIQUES MINNESOTA BURNSVILLE • 191 River Ridge Circle Exit 3A (Hwy 13N) off 35W, 1st Left Nicollett, Left to River Ridge Circle Open Monday-Saturday 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM • Sunday 12:00 to 6:00 PM May 2015 The Old Times 3 Outside Bob Dylan’s boyhood home. Husband and wife Bob Hocking and Linda Stroback ran Zimmey’s bar and restaurant for 30 years. Stroback, a Philadelphia native, thought it was crazy that no one was doing anything to recognize Hibbing’s most famous son. One winter, she went door to door and In 2014, David Kinney flew to Hibbing for Dylan’s collected a thousand signatures to name the road where the Dylan house is located Bob Dylan Drive. birthday to promote his new book, Dylanologists, about Dylan fans. One fan, Bill Pagel, moved to Hibbing and bought the house behind Dylan’s Dylan’s Hibbing moved in the late ’40s, boyhood home, with hopes of someday buying the Cont. from page 1 where he tuned in to Dylan house and converting it to a museum. Pagle late-night Southern also owns the Dylan property in Duluth. born in Hibbing. That blues stations, checked distinction goes to out guitars at Braman’s Natalie Goldberg put it, the year, fans make the Duluth, which also Music, and broke into this generation’s pilgrimage. holds a bash in May to the Moose Lodge with Shakespeare. They come, said celebrate the birth of a pretty girl to play As Brown noted, Brown, “because there’s Robert Allen piano. for most people, something in the air Zimmerman on May Hibbing was the Hibbing only exists as a that created a Bob 24, 1941. town Bobby marker in the singer’s But Hibbing was Zimmerman left behind past. Because of that, Dylan’s Hibbing where the young boy to become, as writer every year, throughout Cont. on page 4 Hibbing High School was built with mining money and was completed in 1924. A New York Times reporter called the sumptuous building a “palace in the wilderness.” Dylan graduated in May 1959 and immediately hopped a Greyhound bus, another Hibbing business, for Minneapolis. Suzie Spitzenberger, Elk River, planned her vacation around Dylan Days, toting her portfolio of 24 portraits of the singer. Of her interest in Dylan’s work, she said, “I needed something to latch onto, and his music was there. Everything he did was wonderful.” Her favorite song? “Born in Time.” 4 The Old Times May 2015 In his memoir, Dylan’s Hibbing Chronicles, Dylan Cont. from page 3 recalls playing in Hibbing’s Memorial Dylan here.” Building (the armory) Was this the town on the day wrester Gorgeous George that inspired “North performed. George Country Blues”? Was winked at him and Dylan talking about his offered the young man Hibbing girl when he words of wrote “Girl from the encouragement that North Country”? became precious Where did he live? signposts to destiny. Dylan’s Hibbing Cont. on page 5 OPEN Haupt antiek Market for the 20 1 Season! 5 Vintage Finds & Fun, RemembeR... it’s the thRill oF the hunt! Hours 7570 147th St W • Apple Valley Thurs. 9 am-8 pm Howard Street Booksellers caters to Dylan (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) Fri. 9 am-7 pm pilgrims. Swing Sat. 9 am-5 pm Open Only 4 Days a Month! 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You were a wayward traveler, and you came looking for Bob Dylan,” said Linda Stroback, Zimmy’s owner and Dylan Days organizer. Fans saw the Dylan pictures in the window, went inside and found out where to go to dig up their idol’s past. Once, Dylan’s Leroy Hoikkala palled around with Dylan--then mother Beatty came in. Bobby Zimmerman--and was the drummer in People told Stroback Dylan’s high school band, the Golden Chords. the parents might not Fans seek out Hoikkala to ask burning questions like, “Did Dylan really get booed off the high be thrilled to see a school stage?” restaurant named for Legend has it Dylan performed a mid-day concert on the auditorium stage their son. The owner and was either booed off, had the curtain pulled on him, or both. When We’ll be Closing Dylan’s English teacher took a reporter to meet the principal decades later, nervously approached Beatty. the Doors the principal admitted, yes, he had pulled the curtain because the band was for good on too loud. “I hope you don’t mind,” Stroback said. Dylan’s Hibbing “Honey,” said Sunday, Beatty, “it’s about time Cont. from page 4 someone did something Kathy says May 24th so Hibbing is a nice for my son in “It’s time to retire, Open workingman’s town. Hibbing. I was born LET’S BARGAIN”!! Mon-Sat: 10 am-5 pm Sun: 12 noon-4 pm There are no billboards and raised here, and I with Dylan’s face, no never could figure out museums, unless you why no one GaraGe Sale antiqueS count the memorabilia acknowledged him.” 32571 Highway 10 • Motley, MN 56466 displays at the library. Dylan bowled here when he was a kid. The alley For those in the (Hwy. 10 at Lincoln, MN - by AOK Engines) For many years, the still stands next to the building where his father only indication that co-managed an appliance business with his Dylan’s Hibbing (218) 575-2765 Dylan had come out of brothers. Cont. on page 7 Come up and visit... and let’s make a deal! The Northwest Lakes Antiques Trails An Old Times Antiques Trail Map DETROIT LAKES Detroit Lakes SuLaine’s Antique Mall 603 Hwy 10 E (218) 844-6830/SuLainesAntiques.com Mon-Sat 10-5:30; Sun 12-5 Facebook.com/SulainesAntiques LINCOLN Fergus Garage Sale Antiques Falls Hwy 10 at Lincoln, by AOK Engines <- exan Al - M dr (218) 575-2765 oo ia - Lincoln rh 4 Mon-Sat: 10-5 • Sun: Noon-4 ea 5 m d STORE CLOSING! The more famous a person is, the more rumors grow up around him. One - 4 i. - 5 m -> LAST DAY: Sunday, May 24th rumor reports Dylan boasted to friends at the University of Minnesota that i. he had the biggest bar mitzvah Hibbing had ever seen. 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May 2015 The Old Times 7 Helstrom for cherry pie lessons with his rabbi. à la mode, his favorite. Around the corner Rumor has it she sits a boarded up usually paid. Upstairs Chinese restaurant. was the Moose Lodge Dylan played guitar with the piano and next to it the rooms where Dylan’s Hibbing the young boy took Cont. on page 8 We’ve MovedA!Collec Time Ca Through Furnishi Collier’s Bar-B-Q, now the closed Hong Kong ANTIQUE VINTAGE restaurant, witnessed some of Dylan’s earliest Jewelr y, performances. He and his bandmates, Leroy FURNISHINGS Hoikkala and Monty Edwardson, used to play JEWELRY and ART Art. there Sunday afternoons as the Golden Chords. 707 W. 34th Street 3252 Lyndale Avenue South MinneapoliS, (In the Historic Mn White55408 Dylan’s Hibbing ’50s. Dylan had his bar Castle #8) Bookstore owner, Hibbing High alum, and Dylan Cont. from page 5 mitzvah at the Androy MINNEAPOLIS, 612-827-8043 MN 55408 ThurSdAy - Days organizer Mary Palcich-Keyes once read Hotel. Red Rock 612-827-8043 that Dylan would sit in the Hibbing High School know, Howard Street is Investments occupies OTher Time library looking at all the art. When the school was built, money was set aside for trips to New York to ANTIQUES in EXCELSIOR chockfull of Dylan. the old L & B Café, Ohana Massage was where Dylan went with www.XcentricGoods.com Thursday-Saturday: 11am-5pm • Sunday: Noon-4pm buy art; now it has so much, it can’t display it all. 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