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85 Years Ago Nov. 24, 1937 The J.J. Playmate Club met at the home of Mary Jane Jankovsky on Saturday, Nov. 20. During the afternoon, the members embroidered. Those present were Joan Bentson, Elaine Ba...

 

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85 Years Ago Nov. 17, 1937 Two places of business in Haxtun were entered last Sunday night or early Monday morning and a small amount of cash and merchandise taken. The Yorke Café was entered and...

 

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85 Years Ago Nov. 10, 1937 The cheese factory at Haxtun will be reopened in the near future under the management of Mr. Hopperdietzel of Merino, who was leased the plant from C.H. Barker. He is ready...

 

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85 years ago Nov. 3, 1937 Mrs. Emery Price entertained a number of guests Sunday in honor of the birthday anniversary of Mr. Price's father, D. Price. Guests who enjoyed the affair were Mr. and Mrs....

 

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85 Years Ago Oct. 27, 1937 Fred Fillenberg, farmer southwest of Haxtun, reported the theft of 40 to 50 fine Buff Orpington pullets from his place to the sheriff's office in Logan County Monday. It is...

 

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85 Years Ago Oct. 20, 1937 One of the largest hunting parties from this section, composed of Ace Goddard, Rex Meakins, Ray Goddard, Buster Meakins, Jerry Goddard, O.K. Clark, Roy Goddard, and W. C....

 

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85 years ago Oct. 13, 1937 G.W. Gordon, president of the Haxtun State Bank, was notified Monday morning by the Director of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, Mo., that the bank's membership in t...

 

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85 Years Ago Oct. 6, 1937 Breakfast with friends in San Francisco, Calif., this morning, dinner at Denver at noon with his mother, Mrs. J.W. Kinzie, and supper in Haxtun this evening with Dr. and...

 

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85 Years Ago Sept. 29, 1937 Clithro Barkey sold 55 head of hogs on the Haxtun market today to B. Wiliams for the sum of $2,232. The hogs weighed 23,620 pounds and Mr. Barkey was paid $9.45 a hundred...

 

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85 Years Ago Sept. 22, 1937 The first pension checks authorized under the new $45-a-month pension law were received at Haxtun Tuesday. The checks were mailed from Holyoke by Dana Archbold, county...

 

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85 Years Ago Sept. 15, 1937 A pretty church wedding Sunday, Sept. 12, at high noon united Miss Dorothy Heldt and Mr. Walter Hovel. The ceremony was performed at the Emmanuel Church with Rev. Jos....

 

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85 Years Ago Sept. 8, 1937 The Rev. C.E. Douhan, 91, died at hiis home in the Fairfield community Sunday, Sept. 5. He and his wife had made their home on a farm one mile north of the Fairfield church...

 

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85 Years Ago Sept. 1, 1937 Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Eller and two sons and a daughter were guests of Eller's mother, Mrs. Magalene Eller, at the George Gueck home north of Haxtun last week. The Eller...

 

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85 Years Ago Aug. 25, 1937 The one-year-old boy of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stevenson of south of Haxtun was brought to town Monday evening for medical attention after the little fellow drank a small...

 

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85 Years Ago Aug. 18, 1937 Dewey Green, prominent farmer north of Haxtun, will head the Fred C. Lewman Post of ex-servicemen at Haxtun during the coming year. Others elected to office: Lee Bamford,...

 

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85 Years Ago Aug. 11, 1937 Mistaking a poison powder containing strychnine for what she thought was a stomach powder caused the tragic death here last Thursday of Mrs. Lavenna Mathews of south of...

 

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85 Years Ago Aug. 4, 1937 Claude D. Walrod, well known Holyoke attorney for the past 27 years, passed away at his home at 11 o'clock Saturday night following an illness of several months. He was 62...

 

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85 Years Ago July 28, 1937 Arvid Wedin of Haxtun, a junior in the College of Engineering at the University of Colorado, placed on the university's list of those making an average of B-plus or more...

 

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85 Years Ago July 21, 1937 A warning was issued by city officials this week that autoists must observe speed regulations when entering the town on various highways. The 25-mile speed limit will be enforced in the future, it is said. Friends will be i...

 

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85 Years Ago July 14, 1937 Relatives and old friends attended the funeral services Monday for Ora Clevenger, 61, who for many years had been a farmer and a rancher in this part of the state. He suffer...

 

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85 Years Ago July 7, 1037 Martin Bryant, a resident of the Haxtun community for nearly 30 years, passed away last Saturday night (July 3, 1937) at the farmhouse where he was farming southwest of...

 

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85 Years Ago June 30, 1937 After a lingering illness of three years, death brought an end of the suffering of N.S. Crow, 73, of Haxtun late Tuesday evening of this week (June 29, 1937). Miss Doris Jes...

 

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85 Years Ago June 23, 1937 Clair Saylor, 16, of Fleming, was brought to Haxtun Tuesday morning to receive treatment for severe burns on the face and chest. He received the injuries when he was scalded...

 

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85 Years Ago June 16, 1937 In the presence of a large number of relatives and friends, Miss Lucille Crossland and Mr. John Larson of Haxtun were married last Sunday morning at 10:30 o'clock. The...

 

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85 Years Ago June 9, 1937 Haxtun was assured a new high school auditorium and gymnasium building Monday when voters decided in favor of the bond issues that will supplement a federal grant to...

 

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