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Pages passed from November 17 to 19, 2021

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Wednesday
150 years ago
Women: Ms. Laura DeForce Gordon and Ms. AD Sargent will be traveling to Washington this winter to visit the Congress for the Empowerment of Women.
140 years ago
Advertisement: “Bishop Whitaker Girls’ School, Reno, Nevada. The sixth year will start on August 25e, 1881. Tuition fees for fellows in the preparatory department will be $ 4.00 per month. This includes instruction in reading, spelling, grammar, arithmetic, geography, US history, calligraphy, and freehand drawing. In Superior English, the fee is $ 6.00 per month. In music, the fees will be $ 5 per month for students who do not practice at school. “
120 years ago
They have a mine: MM. Cohn, Bryson, and Lynch, two miles north of Carson, are developing a mine that will surpass George Wedekind’s discovery, now known as the Reno Star.
CD Bell told a reporter that all that was missing was a systematic course of development work. There is a well-defined rim which carries silver and gold in addition to other minerals such as copper.
100 years ago
Closed the lid: The Tonopah police have closed the slot machines in this camp. No refunds are to be made, and all slots that deal with anything other than bingles [sic] must be confiscated.
70 years ago
“Jallopy”[sic] party: Mrs. LW Little introduced her Carson friends to a party innovation. When the guests are called, they should go to the hostess’ home as it was, without their hair or makeup.
20 years ago
Moving Fair: The State Fair’s board of directors voted to find a new location outside of Reno, where the fair began in 1874. The group has an eye on Carson City. Board member Gary Derks of Washoe Valley said fair officials would continue to ask state officials for the use of property at the Stewart facility in the state.
Thursday
150 years ago
To Widows: All widows would do well to immediately go to the county registry and get a certificate of their widowhood, with which they should then go to the tax collector’s office and get their exemption under the law.
140 years ago
Of All Kinds: Water pipes and standpipes have been frozen, giving language that will never open the gates of paradise.
At seven in the morning, the thermometer was at zero, the coldest morning of the season.
120 years ago
Tom Tennant: A former Carson boy, Tom Tennant, has spent the last five years at Elko. He states that mining has been an important factor in their prosperity as well as in the interests of the cattle. Oil is the most important thing. From every hole drilled in the earth, every indication of oil is found. “One beak and we’ll have the people of the West flocking to us,” says Tom.
100 years ago
The company is growing: the company Balsamea Medicine, which was born in Carson City thanks to the efforts of Dr. Krebs (Krebs-Peterson House in Carson City), diversifies and a large manufacturing plant is to be established in Cleveland, Ohio (a cure for the Spanish flu).
70 years ago
Classifieds: For Rent — Three-room apartment, electric refrigerator, $ 25. Two pieces and corner $ 22.50. Both have Flamo stoves, water and garbage are paid for. Garage included. Inquire with Mrs. Williams, Stewart Apartments, 110 Phillips.
20 years ago
Commercials: “Wallace Theaters, $ 4.50 Daily Deals -” Shallow Hal “,” The Heist “,” Bandits “and” Domestic Disturbance. “

Friday
150 years ago
Lake Bigler: Colonel AW Von Schmidt is in Tahoe City. He will personally take care of the construction of the dam near the edge of the outlet. The dam is built of wood near the edge of the lake and is almost finished.
140 years ago
The Bodie miners who are in this town believe that before the end of winter, rich developments will be made in the camp.
120 years ago
Court Liberty: One of the members of the Emporium Menagerie, a coyote, has taken a break for freedom. The coyotes managed to escape and all but one were captured. Whoever escaped was killed, and Mr. Cohn feels the loss of the animal because it was a big draw. He has a menagerie which is kept at the store. The latest addition to the zoo is a crow that was captured near this town.
100 years ago
Plumbers Harvest: Several Carson City plumbers have been inundated with phone calls. The water system at the scene had frozen. The thermometer recorded 6 above zero, the lowest point in two years.
70 years ago
Commercial: “Carson Theater — ‘Topper Returns’ with Joan Blondell, Roland Young, Billie Burke, Eddie Rochester Anderson.”
20 years ago
Nevada’s Top 100: Nevada’s best and brightest gathered for a Saturday afternoon as Gov. Kenny Guinn announced Nevada’s Top 100 High School Students. Among them were 14 students from Carson, Douglas, Storey, Lyon and Galena. Melanie Davis, Jennifer Greer, Joel Kiraly, Michelle Quilici, Nevada Griffin and Allison Kop all finished in the top 100 in this effort. The program is designed to keep talented students from Nevada to Nevada.

Sue Ballew is the daughter of Bill Dolan, who wrote this column for the Nevada Appeal from 1947 until his death in 2006.