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Daily Archives: January 7, 2010
In 1985, the Daily Globe became a morning newspaper, as opposed to the afternoon newspaper it had been. I enjoyed working at an afternoon paper, but getting up at 5 a.m. to get the paper to bed (an expression which … Continue reading
Mrs. Herman Wiese, Jr., of Lakefield, removed tinsel and ornaments from her cactus in 1960. The cactus was found at a dump, and the Wiese Sr. family had nursed it back to health. Next post at noon.
It’s the carcass that determines a tire’s worth, according to this 1945 advertisement for O.K. Rubber Welders in Worthington. "These days" must refer to World War II, I would imagine. Next post at 9 a.m.