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85 Years Ago - Oct. 23, 1935

 

October 28, 2020

(Herald file photo from Thursday, Oct. 20, 1983)

THOSE WINNING awards at recent FFA state judging were back row (l-r), Larry Kurtzer, Doug Whittaker, Rick Potter, Kent McDaniel, Carl Gamble and Kevin Fetzer; front row (l-r), Chris Fryrear, Donn Nolin, Mark Thompson, Rob Eckman, Brian Smith and Eric Gamble.

85 Years Ago

Oct. 23, 1935

The Rev. David J. Morning, Haxtun and Holyoke priest, was instantly killed last Thursday night when his automobile collided with a truck on the Goodman hill, five and a half miles west of Fleming. Those who saw the car, a V-8 coach, said that it was the worst wreck they had ever witnessed. The priest had been in charge of the Catholic churches at Holyoke and Haxtun since April of this year, replacing the Rev. Father Kerr.

Haxtun's 10th Corn Festival and Crop Show was pronounced a success in every respect y the hundreds of people who gathered here Wednesday. E...



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