Times Past

85 Years Ago Oct. 26, 1938


October 19, 2023

(Herald file photo from Thursday, Oct. 13, 1988)

THE HAXTUN YOUNG Farmers and Future Farmers of America recently built and installed two wooden Centennial signs on the east and west ends of Town. The Young Farmers provided the funds to purchase materials and the F.F.A. boys assembled the signs. George Michael and the Haxtun town crew helped install the sign by digging the post holes. This project is a community service project by the local F.F.A. members, according to Advisor Loren Whitmore. F.F.A. members shown above (l-r) are: Nathan Peterson, Roger Fetzer, Sean Fryrear and Jay Goddard.

13 Years Ago

Oct. 26, 1938

By husking 15.46 bushels of corn in 80 minutes, Herald Glenn was winner of the annual Logan County corn-husking contest held in Fleming last Friday. Philip Lambert was second. A contest for women was a new feature this year and five women took part in the event. Mrs. Esther Einspahr was winner with 5.95 bushels husked in 60 minutes.

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