Times Past

85 Years Ago - Dec. 11, 1935


December 16, 2020

(Herald file photo from Thursday, Dec. 8, 1983)

MEMBERS OF THE first place team at the Northeast Colorado Academic Bowl were back row (l-r), Roger Falk, Robbie Eckman, sponsor Larry Dye, Lee Anne Norris and Karen McDonald; front row (l-r), Shelly Ulmer, Rod Anderson, Tim Thompson and Chris Nelson.

85 Years Ago

Dec. 11, 1935

A branch store of the Boyd Hardware Co. was opening in Fleming this week, with Homer Collins of Haxtun in charge. Fleming has been without a general hardware store for several years.

Going into the home stretch in The Haxtun Harvest $2,000-prize subscription campaign, Mrs. A.R. Haskins, one of the live-wire contestants competing for first grand prize and high honors, takes the lead. Following closely on the heels of Mrs. Haskins is Mrs. Carl Lundgren.

A business deal was completed the latter part of the week in which Kenneth Burt disposed of his interest in...

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