85 years ago - April 3, 1935


Herald file photo

THE ANNUAL Springfest, sponsored by the Haxtun Chamber of Commerce, attracted some 800 people Friday evening. People took in the free supper and then visited the many booths where they took in demonstrations and signed up for drawings as Gwen Holcomb does at a booth.

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 Washington. The federal grant will be used in connection with the $27,000 which now lies in the courthouse building fund. The building will cost approximately $76,000.

Virginia the five-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Kinzie, submitted to an operation for a ruptured appendix at a hospital in Sterling Sunday morning.

Edia Erica Julian Anderson, 76, died March 26, 1935. She was born i...

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