A Look Back in Time: March 3, 1921

A Look Back in Time: March 3, 1921

Jacob Hergert of Clearmont is a Sheridan visitor. Members of the Sheridan Elks lodge will have an initiation of candidates, election of officers and a banquet at 8 o’clock tonight in the fraternity’s home on West Brundage street. Doctors Anderson and Anderson, chiropractors, have announced plans to build a modern

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A Look Back in Time: March 2, 1921

A Look Back in Time: March 2, 1921

Sheridan High school classes held popularity contests, choosing students as Best Natured, Most Popular, Best Sense of Humor and Best All-Around Athlete. Committees from the Sheridan and Clearmont commercial clubs yesterday afternoon made protests to county commissioners on conditions of roads in various parts of the county. In a report

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A Look Back in Time: February 28, 1921

A Look Back in Time: February 28, 1921

John P. Croff, with the United store of Sheridan, has returned from a buying trip in St. Louis, Chicago, Boston and New York. C. W. Cooper, pastor of the Sheridan Christian church, will conduct special services in the Acme Amusement hall at 7:30 o’clock tonight. Mrs. A. C. Tezak, whose

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A Look Back in Time: February 26, 1921

A Look Back in Time: February 26, 1921

Members of Boy Scout Troop 8 of the Holy Name church set to work early this morning to clean up Sheridan avenue, raking and piling up bricks and rocks that have covered the highway since the good roads day of last summer. Visitors in Sheridan today include Arvada rancher Nick

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A Look Back in Time: February 25, 1921

A Look Back in Time: February 25, 1921

Mrs. James M. Brunsell Jr. of Swan street and an unidentified young man rescued two boys, ages 6 and 8, from drowning yesterday in Big Goose creek between Swan and Badger streets. The boys were on their way home from school when they tried to walk across the thin film

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A Look Back in Time: February 24, 1921

A Look Back in Time: February 24, 1921

W. E. Bowman of Dayton is in Sheridan today. Also in Sheridan today is Frank Lacey, OW country stockman. R. K. Peck of Buffalo has returned to his home after a visit of several days in Sheridan. Edgar Hardesty of Arvada was in Sheridan today, making arrangements with the Farm

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A Look Back in Time: February 23, 1921

A Look Back in Time: February 23, 1921

After a two weeks’ visit in Washington, the adjutant for the American Legion, Department of Wyoming, has returned with the news that Fort McKenzie will be utilized at once as a hospital for disabled servicemen. Billings High defeated Sheridan High 25-13 tonight in an exhibition of basketball that was far

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A Look Back in Time: February 22, 1921

A Look Back in Time: February 22, 1921

Sheridan’s recent “Optimists’ Week” attracted nationwide attention. The secretary of the National Association of Real Estate Boards, with headquarters in Chicago, wrote a letter congratulating Sheridan upon the inauguration of the “smile and buy” campaign. Miss Clara Summers of Summers Sisters has returned from three weeks spent in Chicago and

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A Look Back in Time: February 21, 1921

A Look Back in Time: February 21, 1921

Samples of certified seed produced on Sheridan county farms continue to arrive in the office of the Sheridan County Farm Bureau in the courthouse. Many other farmers are submitting seeds to Agriculturist Thomas for certification by the state laboratories. The Mary Martha Class of the Methodist church held their monthly

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A Look Back in Time: February 20, 1921

A Look Back in Time: February 20, 1921

With only a few hours remaining in which to complete this year’s session, the state senate this afternoon passed House Bill 42, the Sheridan-Casper City Manager bill, and sent it to the governor for his signature. Concluding with a big free dance at the armory tonight under the auspices of

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A Look Back in Time: February 19, 1921

A Look Back in Time: February 19, 1921

Dollar Day specials at Humphreys include one pair of ladies’ silk and fibre hose in brown or black, 5 yards of fine grade muslin, children’s plaid percale dresses sizes 6 to 12, all for just $1 each. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Cotton of Tongue River have moved to Sheridan. The

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A Look Back in Time: February 18, 1921

A Look Back in Time: February 18, 1921

Two masked bandits early this morning entered the pool hall at Dietz No. 8 and robbed the safe, cash register and the 16 or 18 occupants. Today and tomorrow only is Dollar Day at Bloom’s. Specials include men’s four-in-hand ties, McDonald make work shirts, men’s silk socks, men’s lined work

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A Look Back in Time: February 17, 1921

A Look Back in Time: February 17, 1921

The Sheridan Commercial Club has arranged a big free program, including a band concert, athletic carnival, slight-of-hand features and community singing, at the armory tonight as part of the Optimist Week observance here. Joe M. Williams of Sheridan and Dan Allen of Acme miraculously escaped from death this morning when

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A Look Back in Time: February 16, 1921

A Look Back in Time: February 16, 1921

Leaders of the effort to establish a branch of the Young Women’s Christian Association in Sheridan have started solicitation of subscriptions to a budget fund of $7,000.The Ladies Aid of the Christian church will be entertained by Mrs. C. W. Cooper and Mrs. A. L. Roberts this afternoon at the

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A Look Back in Time: February 15, 1921

A Look Back in Time: February 15, 1921

Although Sheridan county is the second-largest in the state, with a population of just over 18,000, according to the U. S. Census, the density of population here is almost as great as that of the largest county in the state. The Civic Committee of the Sheridan Woman’s Club has sent

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A Look Back in Time: February 12, 1921

A Look Back in Time: February 12, 1921

“Smile, Smile, Smile” has been announced as the official song of “Optimist Week,” the observance of which starts tomorrow in Sheridan. John H. Piper, national field Scout executive of New York City, was the honored guest at the banquet last night of Sheridan’s Boy Scouts. The event was at the

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A Look Back in Time: February 11, 1921

A Look Back in Time: February 11, 1921

Sheridan Mayor M. B. Camplin today officially proclaimed the week of Feb. 13-19 to be “Optimist Week” in Sheridan. Cheyenne has received the first carload of native sugar, consignment being made from the Sheridan Sugar Company to the E. S. Johnson Grocery Company in Cheyenne. Roy Marshall, superintendent of Pioneer

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A Look Back in Time: February 10, 1921

A Look Back in Time: February 10, 1921

At a special meeting at noon today, members of the Sheridan Commercial Club together with representative business men drafted and adopted a program for observance of “Optimist Week” in Sheridan from Sunday, Feb. 13, through midnight Feb. 19. R. G. Diefenderfer, city attorney, is again confined to his home and

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A Look Back in Time: February 9, 1921

A Look Back in Time: February 9, 1921

Mayor M. B. Camplin today gave his endorsement to a plan proposed by the Sheridan Enterprise that next week, starting this coming Sunday, be officially set aside as “Optimist Week” in Sheridan. A meeting of the Northern Wyoming Poultry association will be held tonight in the home of Mrs. James

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A Look Back in Time: February 8, 1921

A Look Back in Time: February 8, 1921

Mrs. A. H. Coons has returned to Sheridan from a visit to Newcastle. Work of dismantling the two frame buildings adjoining the Bank of Commerce is hearing completion today. The buildings were gutted by fire earlier this month. Little Miss Zoe Margaret Helm entertained 12 of her little friends at

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