Past Pages for Thursday, Feb. 19, 2015

140 years ago

The lecture, by Miss Hart, last evening, on the subject of woman’s war with whiskey, was well attended. Miss Hart acquitted herself acceptably to the audience. The subject necessitates the reiteration of proxy statements of fact, which are non the less needed because they are not now, in the interest of reform. The lectures made a local hit and created a sensation by an appeal to the audience, which she called a Carson Appeal in favor of temperance reform.

130 years ago

Dust to dust (continued from Wednesday). The first division was the marshal, aids and staff, the second comprised Company f., Nevada National Guard followed by Section Battery A, the remains of the soldiers, Mexican war veterans, Custer Post No. 5, Phil Kearney Post No. 10 and O.M. Mitchell Post No. 69. The third division had state officers, members of the Legislature, county and city officers, children of the public schools, citizens on foot, and carriages. The procession was over a mile long. (Continued on Friday).

100 years ago

The struggle to keep up appearances makes some people look all run down.

70 years ago

Barbara Parker, sophomore at Carson High School, has been notified she has been elected as one of the two delegates from Nevada to represent her state at the Regional Conference of the National High School Home Economics clubs at Berkeley.

60 Years ago

Do-Carette Cootiettes met Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. Bernita Shaw with chief grayback Lydia Bartels of Minden presiding.

50 years ago

The chief justice of the Nevada Supreme Court was found near death in his luxurious Lake Tahoe apartment Tuesday with severe head injuries. Justice Frank McNamee was unconscious and in critical condition at a Reno hospital.

Trent Dolan is the son of Bill Dolan, who wrote this column for the Nevada Appeal from 1947 until his death in 2006.


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