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85 years ago - Aug. 7, 1935

85 years ago Aug. 7, 1935 The Haxtun Harvest The following young people enjoyed a swimming party at the Jumbo Reservoir Sunday evening: Goldye Blake, Portia Lubchenco, Helen Clark, Evangeline Mooney,...

 

85 years ago - July 31, 1935

85 years ago July 31, 1935 The Haxtun Harvest Denver dailies received in Haxtun Monday carried the announcement of the decision of Western Sugar Company officials that construction of a new beet...

 

85 years ago - July 24, 1935

85 years ago July 24, 1935 Haxtun Harvest Fairfield News - Mr. and Mrs. Becker of Wisconsin arrived here Wednesday for a visit with their daughter, Mrs. Fondell, and family. Pastor and Mrs. E. E....

 

95 years ago - July 1925

95 years ago July 1925 The Haxtun Herald Pumpkin Vine News - W. A. Groves and Howard Groves were Haxtun callers Saturday, getting some repairs to over haul two Fords. Fairfield News - Mrs. A. J. Ander...

 

85 years ago - July 10, 1935

85 years ago July 10, 1935 The Haxtun Harvest H. P. Groves, a resident of this community for more than 30 years, passed away at his home in Haxtun on Wednesday evening, July 3. Mr. Groves came to...

 

85 years ago - July 3, 1935

85 years ago July 3, 1935 The Haxtun Harvest New Haven - Yards and pastures are beautiful with patches here and there of the wild red geranium. The flower has never been seen before in such...

 

85 years ago - June 19, 1935

85 years ago June 19, 1935 The Haxtun Harvest Contracts of construction of Phillips County's new courthouse building were awarded by the board of county commissioners last Friday afternoon. The...

 

Times Past 85 years ago - June 12, 1935

85 years ago June 12, 1935 The Haxtun Harvest The Wedding of Miss Maxine Meile and Jerome Lanckriet was solemnized last Wednesday, June 5, at St. Anthony's Church in Julesburg. She is the daughter of...

 

85 years ago - June 7, 1935

85 years ago June 7, 1935 The Haxtun Harvest A number of farewell parties and social gatherings have been held in Haxtun during the past week honoring the Rev. I. C. Snavely, pastor of the Church of...

 

85 years ago - May 29, 1935

85 years ago - May 29, 1935 The Haxtun Harvest The Lutheran Church at Haxtun, which has been closed during the past three years except for occasional services, will be opened the early part of June...

 

85 years ago - May 22, 1935

85 years ago May 22, 1935 The Haxtun Harvest Rainfall measures four inches over period of ten days in Haxtun area: Farmers on the hard land south of Haxtun are jubilant over the prospects for a corn...

 

85 years ago - May 15, 1935

85 years ago May 15, 1935 The Haxtun Harvest Members of the Haxtun Senior Class enjoyed their annual "Sneak" Day last Thursday by visiting Sterling. Various places of interest were visited during the...

 

85 years ago - May 8, 1935

85 years ago May 8, 1935 The Haxtun Harvest It is the Silver Jubilee of the accession to the throngs of King George V and Queen Mary of the British Empire. Fairfield News - Mrs. Severin of Greeley is...

 

85 years ago - May 1, 1935

85 years ago May 1, 1935 The Haxtun Harvest Wesley McCune of Haxtun was one of six students chosen recently for membership in Adelphi, honorary debating society at the University of Colorado. He is...

 

85 years ago - April 24, 1938

85 years ago April 24, 1938 The Haxtun Harvest Miss Foy Kepler of Holyoke and Mr. Kenneth Hammond of Haxtun were married in Julesburg last Sunday afternoon by the Reverend Ira J. Bailes, pastor of...

 

85 years ago - April 19, 1935

85 years ago April 19, 1935 The Haxtun Harvest Three thousand eggs were exchanged for ice cream cones at the Corner Drug Store last Saturday when that firm celebrated its birthday anniversary in...

 

85 years ago - April 10, 1935

85 years ago - April 10, 1935 The Haxtun Harvest The most destructive fire in several years occurred at Haxtun early Tuesday morning, completely destroying the Motor Haven Garage and Farmers'...

 

85 years ago - April 3, 1935

85 years ago - April 3, 1935 The Haxtun Harvest Further assurances that Phillips County will have a new courthouse was given this week when the application for a $23,000 PWA grant was approved in Wash...

 

85 years ago March 27, 1935

85 years ago - March 27, 1935 The Haxtun Harvest Three groups of charivari parties visited Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Miller last Wednesday evening and gave the newlywed a rousing homecoming to the...

 

85 years ago March 20, 1935

85 years ago March 20, 1935 The Haxtun Harvest Fire destroys farm residence south of town: Heightened by a brisk wind, a blaze that began on the house roof brought complete destruction to the farm...

 

85 years ago March 13, 1935

85 years ago March 13, 1935 The Haxtun Harvest Miss Eleanor L. Sand, senior at the state teachers' college at Greeley was recently initiated in the Phil Alpha theta honorary history fraternity. Miss...

 

85 years ago, March 6, 1935

The Haxtun Harvest The Fremont Cream Station at Haxtun, which had been closed for several months, was reopened Wednesday of this week. Roscoe Critchlow will be in charge of the station and he...

 

85 years ago Feb. 27, 1935

85 years ago Feb. 27, 1935 The Haxtun Harvest Haxtun's town basketball team hope's to maintain its long string of victories again next week when it will meet the Holyoke team on the Haxtun floor. The...

 

85 years ago Feb. 20, 1935 The Haxtun Harvest

85 years ago Feb. 20, 1935 The Haxtun Harvest Goldie Blake, Haxtun, was one of 15 students who presented a music recital at the University of Colorado last Thursday night. A typical spring blizzard vi...

 

Times Past - Week of February 19, 2020

85 years ago Feb. 13, 1935 The Haxtun Harvest The lowly soybean imported from China has been found to restore soil at the same time the crop is produced. It is a standard source of automobile parts....

 

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