100 years ago
october 9, 1919
Clyde Loveless and Chas. Thompson met with the state Welfare Board at Topeka Monday at a hearing relative to the employment of women in the stores after nine o’clock in the evening. A.L. Richardson also attended the meeting.
The ladies missionary bazaar held at Strassburg last Monday night was well attended, the largest crowd they have ever had and their sales amounted to about $500. One quilt sold for $50.00
A workman on the timber clearing gang of the drainage project was hurt the other day when a chain slipped off a stump and hit him in the shoulders and back of the head. The injury at first was thought to be serious but proved not to be.
Among those who have purchased new Fords at Stout Motor Co the past week or two are Mr. Druse, east of town; Rosse Case; Charlie Kuhn; Chas. Holub and Jos. G. Holub, north of town; Fred Meisinger Sr., southeast of town; and Ray Harrison, south of town.
The Freshman class in high school enjoyed a hike and wienie roast Tuesday evening at Ehrlich’s mill. They formed a line party at the picture show on their return.