Looking Back

 


100 YEARS AGO

Nov. 2, 1916

The Farmers’ Elevator in Carpenter decided to hold a corn, grain and potato show.

Many attended the Halloween frolic and pie social given at the Egbert school, raising $25 for the piano fund.

The Pine Bluffs Opera House advertisement read: “if you are interested in the outcome of the coming election come to the Pine Bluffs Opera House – election returns by leased wire. Western Union operator in building.”

M. Elkstrom went to Cheyenne to have his finger taken off which had been giving him serious trouble for some time from being mashed with a hammer.

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