Times Past

85 Years Ago Nov. 11, 1936


October 27, 2021

(Herald file photo from Thursday, Nov. 6, 1986)

There were many ingenious costumes in the costume judging contest held at 5 p.m. Friday. First place winners were front row (l-r), Traci McBee (K), Sara Lundgren (4-5 years), Adam Wernsman (2-3 years); back row (l-r), Ryan Ley (4th grade), Marc Bornhoft (2nd grade), and Kelly Ensminger (3rd grade).

85 Years Ago

Nov. 11, 1936

Dr. H.R. Rasor, Haxtun physician, and Miss Juanita Welton of Hot Sulpher Springs, Colo., were married last Thursday evening in Denver. The bride is formerly of Ottawa, Kansas. Mrs. Rasor returned to her school in Hot Sulphur Springs this week, but after resigning her position will come to Haxtun within a short time.

Wray-Yuma County farm women have adopted a slogan, "Let the Water Do the Running Instead of Mother," to emphasize their plans to have running water installed in more of the rural homes of the county during the coming year.

Carl J. Eckman, 87, well...

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