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1986: Corny Picture

This corny picture is from the Wieneke farm in 1986.

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1945: Lismore Kids Travel to Worthington

Lismore students traveled to Worthington by bus from Adrian and took the train back to Adrian in the afternoon in 1985. They visited the Daily Globe.

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1960: Farmers Talk How About How the Spring Is Going

The Daily Globe asked how spring work was going for farmers in 1960, and got some different answers. Next post at 6 p.m.

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1945: Lismore Man Gets Pilot Wings

Rufus Loebig, 22, son of Mathilda Loebig of Lismore, received his pilot’s wings and was commissioned as a second lieutenant in 1945. Sorry about the darkness of the photo. Sometimes I can’t make them better, but I thought Mr. Loebig … Continue reading

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1945: Airman Wins His Pilot’s Wings

Vincent Bruns, son of Henry Bruns, Lismore, won his pilot’s wings in 1945 at the La Junta army air field in Colorado.

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1934: Kid Admits Being Full of Mischief to Santa

Marilynn Anne McCann, of Lismore, was 2 when she admitted being full of mischief in 1934, meaning a parent or sibling probably wrote the letter. Other writers in this post: Veronica Farmer of Lismore, Frederick, Henry and Alvin Gruis of … Continue reading

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