85 Years Ago - Nov. 13, 1935
November 18, 2020
85 Years Ago
Nov. 13, 1935
Enthusiasm rampant in Haxtun Harvest subscription drive: when the announcement was read in last week's issue of The Haxtun Harvest that this publication would award free to the ladies, married or single and living in Phillips or adjacent communities, over $2,000 in handsome prizes, the entire country side received the good news in worthy fashion. Featuring two 1936 Chevrolet automobiles as grand capital prizes, The Harvest has been extremely elaborate in its gift distribution to those ladies receiving high honors in the prize campaign. As votes are granted on renewal subscriptions, this feature in itself insures every contestant the cooperation of their many friends. Double votes are granted on all new subscriptions.
Dailey: Mrs. Leslie Gabel is representing The Haxtun Harvest in this community.
Good Hope: Mrs. Howard Lindgren is representing the Good Hope community in The Haxtun Harvest circulation campaign.
North County Line: Lillian Cronquist was making calls in this community Monday in connection with her work as a contestant in The Harvest circulation campaign.
Fairfield: Mr. and Mrs. Philip Ruch announce the birth of a bouncing baby boy, born at the Haxtun hospital last Tuesday.
70 Years Ago
Nov. 15, 1950
Frank F. Schoen, 56, passed away Sunday, Nov. 12, 1950, morning at the Veterans' Hospital in Cheyenne, Wyo., following an illness of 10 months' duration. He was a World War I veteran.
Sunday afternoon at two o'clock in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.O. Cunningham, their daughter Viola became the bride of Ralph Lambert, son of Mr. and Mrs. W.T. Lambert of New Raymer. The impressive double-ring ceremony was performed by Rev. George M. Burnworth.
The Junior Class of the Haxtun High School will present its annual class play, "The Perfect Idiot," on Friday evening. Cast members include Donna Harrell, Darl Capps, Richard Burdick, Glen Koch, Marlene Dee, Marianne Kinzie, Glen Skold, Jack Melberg, Stanley Clark, Ray Cooper, Beverly McDonnell, Lyle Hinde, Dick Yorke, Dola Meakins and Shirley Cauble. Mr. Higgins is directing the play.
Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Miller spent the Armistice holiday in Denver.
Baker's Red & White Food Stores: Fancy cranberries, 1-lb. Cello bag, 15 cents; Marco fancy red maraschino cherries, 4-oz. Jar, 19 cents; fancy sliced bacon, rindless, 1-lb. Pkg., 45 cents; Bisquick, large 40-oz. Pkg., 39 cents.
45 Years Ago
Nov. 13, 1975
Haxtun Herald makes its debut on Thursday morning with new newspaper. Karen Smith, a former employee of the Julesburg Advocate, has been named editor of the new publication. She will move to Haxtun in the near future. This newspaper is being started from scratch with no second-class mailing privileges, no subscribers, no permanent address, not even a telephone number.
Death: Cecil Brown, 68, died Monday, Nov. 10.
The Junior Class of Haxtun High School presented a play, "Second Time Around," on Friday night under the direction of Mr. Gerald Jarman. Cast: Terrie Scott, Gwen Smith, Kathy Harms, Larry Wilson, Julie Hinde, Ron Liufau, Melissa Miller, Dave Kelly, Kim Price, Gaynel Salvador, Steve Sharpe and Duane Olson.
20 Years Ago
Nov. 15, 1990
Sandy Ham, who made her athletic debut at Haxtun, heads for Knoxville, Tenn., this week with an excellent chance at qualifying as All-American, according to Gary Bjorklun, assistant track coach at CSU. Sand will be competing with about 150 other young women from all over the country. The top 35 will qualify for All-American.
1990 Haxtun Fightin' Bulldogs shut out playoff opponents for the third week, scoring 47 unanswered points on Saturday against the Swink Lions. Bulldogs are Dean Smith, Mark Meakins, Scott Brotherton, Tommy Davis, Chris Romine, Chris Fuesz, Cory Fuesz, Kevin Salvador, Sam Yost, Roger Olson, Tyler Knode, Justin McDaniel, Damion Mosher, James Ramey, Jamie Lueth, Devin Newth, Rodney Workman, Mark Salvador, Darin Smith, Justin Lundren, Jason Schmidt, Sean Gillotte, Mike McClain, Dale Chaney, Tommy Herndon, Rob Steinman, Damon Fetzer, Alan Eckman, Michael Davis, Brian Starkebaum, Jason Ulmer, Josh Ley and Gordon Kinchen. Head coach is John Starkebaum with Keith Lick as assistant.
10 Years Ago
Nov. 17, 2010
Santa Claus plans a visit with young children during Haxtun's Country Christmas on Monday, Nov. 29. The man in red is set to take his fire truck ride down main street to the fire hall where he will hear children's wishes during the annual chili supper from 5-7 p.m.
Essays written by two Haxtun High School students recently qualified for the District level competition in the Veterans of Foreign Wars Voice of Democracy contest. Matt Wilcox and Kent Hiller both wrote an essay in response to the question "Does my generation have a roll in America's future?"