Pioneer Queen, Prince Consort crowned 75 years ago

February 1, 2015 - Picnic Time

Posted: Sunday, Feb 1, 2015 6:51 pm

Pioneer Queen, Prince Consort crowned 75 years ago

By Angela Holcomb
The Hutchinson News
aholcomb@hutchnews.com

Hutchnews.com

Editor’s note: These chronological equipment are subsequent from Hutchinson News articles published in Feb during a years listed below. Information in punctuation is for clarification.

Editor’s note: These chronological equipment are subsequent from Hutchinson News articles published in Feb during a years listed below. Information in punctuation is for clarification.


1915

The Carey Salt Co. sent out to a business 10,000 circulars promotion a products of a company, generally a Carey-ized stone salt. The ads were full of testimonials from beef packers and other large consumers of salt.

The underline of a eventuality of a Kansas Legislature was a fortitude in a House of Representatives. The offer was a amendment to a ubiquitous structure holding from association a right to announce fight and place it into a hands of a nation.

1940

The Reno County Pioneer Queen was crowned during a opening day of a News-Herald Farm and Home picnic. The black of Pioneer Day was a lady who had lived a longest in Reno County and was also benefaction during a event. At a same time a male benefaction who had lived in a county a longest was selected as Prince Consort.

1965

Hearings on finale use of a Doodlebug (the Santa Fe trains #311 and #312), that ran daily between Kinsley and Newton were hold for 3 days in Great Bend. Providing a usually newcomer sight use for Great Bend, a ICC examiner’s recommendations would not be listened for another 3 months.

Emergency appropriations for repairs during Kansas State University and a Kansas Reformatory in Hutchinson were rushed by a Legislature. Several bills certain to move debate were introduced. They would set adult a self-denial complement for state income tax, shorten sales on Sunday and set smallest prices for cigarettes.

1990

Windell and Geneva Qualls perceived 1,069,223 calls in a year 1989, with their “time and temperature” use located during 312 Robert in north Hutchinson. The couple, both in their 70s, operated a use for 4 years and 8 months out of their home before they motionless to tighten a doors on Feb. 28, 1990.

Five restaurants in McPherson were a targets of one or some-more burglars. The crimes caused hundreds of dollars in damage, though usually a tiny volume of money was taken.

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