...efforts to establish an indoor hockey rink here. Coordinators are Dr. Jack Echternacht and Jay Simon. Also serving are Bob Turcotte, Bob Alderman, Derrill Holland and Bud Henderson.60 years ago (1952)Crystallization of long dreamed of plans...
...suspiciously. "Why are you holding your handkerchief to your face?" "There's a bit of cinder in my eye," answered the returning tourist. "Ah, foreign substance in the eye: You'll have to pay duty on it." -- Compiled by Bob Turcotte
...100 years ago (1902) She: "He was desperately in love with her. Why, he sent her costly flowers and presents nearly every day for two years." He: "Did he finally win her?" She: "No, he earned her." -- Compiled by Bob Turcotte
...and proceeds to paint the town red." It seems "the friend had the paint with him." Gentlemen going to Deerwood should associate with the gentlemen of that town, and avoid those friendly vendors of red paint. -- Compiled by Bob Turcotte
...12 and 15 years. 100 years ago (1899) After many delays, Scott's Camp is closed for the season. The ring of the woodman's ax will be hushed until another winter when they hope to resume work in this vicinity. -- Compiled by Bob Turcotte
...newspaper. They are: Joe Melby, composing room foreman; Les Sellnow, editor; Jim Wallace, sports editor; and Bob Turcotte, advertising manager. 40 years ago (1971)People around here call him "The Buffalo Man." He's Warren Huffman...
...Lammion's 100 years ago (1899) Mr. Rudolph, the man who has been at work for the Oswald Bros., for the last eight months, froze his feet last week quite badly. They are doing well at this writing. -- Compiled by Bob Turcotte.
...tomorrow or next day." City Editor: "Why?" Managing Editor: "In that account of his son's funeral you didn't say that the young man would undoubtedly have had a brilliant career if he had lived." -- Compiled by Bob Turcotte.
...Marston's Midway Camp. Mr. Chrisler concluded to give the cat an interview and found it lying on a bed. When he opened the door the cat met him, and a well aimed charge from Mr. Chrisler's gun laid him out. -- Compiled by Bob Turcotte.
...handled by Mr. Workman and Andrew Carr, assisted by W.H. Hill on the guitar, was exceedingly fine and was appreciated by all. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson as host and hostess are not to be outdone by anyone. -- Compiled by Bob Turcotte.
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