Peek at the Past


October 27, 2022


25 Years Ago, October 30, 1997: The witch, normally associated with Halloween, is popularly used as a decoration and costume for those celebrating the tradition. This witch had a little trouble with a telephone pole. The witch was created by Tally Hughes and Leroy Anderson, and this is the second year it has decorated the pole in front of their houses on the Canyon Road. Tally found the idea in Country Magazine and thought it would be funny.

100 Years Ago

October 26, 1922

E.L. Blodgett came over from Lead Tuesday and connected up the new batteries for the Sundance State Bank lighting system. The result is much improved lights. Mr. Blodgett was accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Nason of Minn. Mr. Nason is district engineer for the Willys Lighting Co. The party made a trip to the Tower yesterday.

Dubois – Archie Campbell of Oklahoma City and G. Woolery came back from their hunting trip with one of the largest bears that have ever been shot in this section. The animal is a silver tip or more widely known as the grizzly, weighin...

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