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July 8, 2021



100 Years Ago

July 7, 1921

One of the most successful home celebrations in recent years was pulled off at Sundance Monday to the delight of a large crowd who assembled early in the morning and stayed all day to enjoy the fun. At 10:30 the slow auto race was called, with seven entries. It was no one’s race up to the last ten yards, the winners being W.H. Thorn first and Floyd Hawken second. Following this came the public address at courthouse square. J.T. McGuckin, commander of Sundance post, in a neat speech introduced Judge E. C. Raymond of Newcastle, speaker of the day. At 1:30 the spec...



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