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Monthly Archives: September 2010
What would happen after the war, the Daily Globe asked in 1939, when it was still just beginning.
Westbrook was short on water in 1960.
I don’t know that we could run this in the paper anymore, because people would probably call us and complain. When I was teeny-tiny I used to try to ride my grandparents’ cheerful, friendly and extremely patient dog, Thurman. Thurman, … Continue reading
A three-year-old Westbrook boy fell into a cesspool in 1960, and his grandmother saved him. I’m really hoping he didn’t remember the experience.
Another fantastic 1985 advertisement from the First State Bank of Rushmore, this one featuring a tiny kid trying to drink from a fountain. I really like this ad series, and I hope it worked.
John Blair visited the Austrian Alps in 1960 during his ambassadorship to Crailsheim, Germany. Is it me or is he wearing lederhosen?
No, a Hutt was not modeling for the Chateau in Windom in 1985. In the mid-80s, we liked gigantic, boxy silhouettes. We thought they were cool.
Absolutely no dancing was permitted at the Rocket Roller Rink on Oxford Street in Worthington in 1960. But they did give you a free Royal Crown Cola.
The Daily Globe wanted to know if people watched the satelloon in 1960.