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The Way We Were


In the Sentinel 100, 75, 50 and 25 years ago.

November 27, 1913: The Bazaar held by the ladies of the local Catholic Church on Thursday evening at the Redman's Hall was a great success. The attractions were new and afforded great amusement for those who desired to try their luck. The fish pond presided over by Mrs. H.L. Campbell and Miss Schefstad filled the wants of both young and old. Sol LaBounty was there when it came to the game of throwing, “three balls for 10 cents, soak him and you get half a dollar.” Sol did a land office business. There were other attractions such as raffles...

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