Past Pages for Wednesday, March 11, 2015

140 Years Ago

Heartiest welcome. Sen. Varian was greeted in Winnemucca with a line of eight locomotives tooting their whistles.

110 Years Ago

Arlington House. A number of improvements have been made under the management of Louis Bevier, one is the fact that white cooks only are employed in the kitchen ...

70 Years Ago

Advertisement. “Duk-Inn — tamales, hot chili, Margaret Burnham’s Chocolates — fountain specials — noon day lunches, 25 cents (home cooking). Under the management Mr. and Mrs. George Evans ...”

50 Years Ago

Caption. Gov. Grant Sawyer has proclaimed March 14-21 as DeMolay Week in Nevada, and all citizens are requested to take cognizance of the masonic-sponsored organization, noted for its character-building among youth who will be tomorrow’s leaders. Present when the proclamation was signed were Allen Scott, Gov. Sawyer, John Ternau, Lee Huffstutter, Orvil E. Reil, Ken Reil and Tom Spurlock.

15 Years Ago

Photo caption. Carson School District Science Coordinator Eric Anderson adjusts the solar system, a project by Sami Hilke, Breanna Pulsifer and Stephanie Pulsifer of Fremont Elementary School. Rachel Lindgren displays her phases of the moon project at the Carson City All-School Science Celebration at the Children’s Museum.

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


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