Today in History for May 28th Novelist Ian Fleming is born. Baseball’s National League approves moving the Brooklyn Dodgers to Los Angeles. Duke fo Windsor dies. (May 28)
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Golden Gate Bridge opens to the public; U.N. Tribunal indicts Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic; the British Navy sinks Nazi Germany’s battleship Bismarck; Actor Christopher Reeve is paralyzed. (May 27)
Highlights of this day in history: Allied troops begin their evacuation from Dunkirk, France; President Andrew Johnson’s impeachment trial ends with his acquittal; Actor John Wayne; Michael Jackson and Elvis Presley’s daughter Lisa Marie marry. (May 2)
Today in History for May 21st Highlights of this day in history: Aviator Charles Lindbergh lands in Paris, completing the first non-stop solo flight across the Atlantic; The American Red Cross founded; Susan Lucci wins a Daytime Emmy; ‘Gypsy’ opens on Broadway. (May 21)
Today in History for May 19th Highlights during this day in history: Actress Marilyn Monroe sings a sultry ‘Happy Birthday’ to President John F. Kennedy; Black militant Malcolm X born; Former First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis dies; The Who’s Pete Townshend born. (May 19)
Today in History for May 15th Highlights of this day in history: Alabama Gov. George Wallace shot on presidential campaign trail; Newly-founded Israel attacked by Arab neighbors; The U.S. Supreme Court breaks up Standard Oil.; Country singer June Carter Cash dies. (May 15)
Highlights of this day in history: Colonists go ashore in Virginia to set up Jamestown; Lewis and Clark begin to explore Louisiana Territory; Israel founded; Skylab launched; Movie producer George Lucas born; Singer Frank Sinatra dies. (May 14)
Today in History for May 12th Highlights of Today in History: The Soviet Union announces an end to its blockade of Berlin; Body of missing Lindbergh baby is found in a wooded area; Burt Bacharac; Katherine Hepburn and George Carlin are born. (May 12 )
Today in History for May 8th Allies celebrate the end of World War Two; Indians holding the hamlet of Wounded Knee surrender; Coca-Cola invented. (May 8
Today in History for May 8th Allies celebrate the end of World War Two; Indians holding the hamlet of Wounded Knee surrender; Coca-Cola invented. (May 8)
Staff photo – The bench in front of Sparks Store in Dodd City is a town gathering plae and an American institution.
Staff photo – Mrs. Jessie Bomar Key who has supervised so many birthday parties for the children of Key Kindergarten, was the honoree at a surprise birthday party at the school.
Today in History for May 5th Highlights of this day in history: Alan Shepard becomes the first American in space; France’s Napoleon Bonaparte dies; Philosopher Karl Marx born; IRA member Bobby Sands during a prison hunger strike; Carnegie Hall opens in New York.
Highlights of this day in history: Deadly shootings at Kent State during the Vietnam War; Margaret Thatcher becomes Britain’s prime minister; Chicago’s Haymarket Riot; ‘Freedom Riders’ head South; Birth of the outfit behind the Oscars. (May 4)
The Sherman High School band received its highest honors ever in the region 10 Interscholastic League band music 4A festival at Grand Prairie High School auditorium.
He shot an arrow into the air. It fell to the earth, he new but not where. But Harvey Pusche, teenage son of Mr. and Mrs. Christ Pusche, soon found where.
Just in time for Easter, Mrs. Carrie McBride awoke Sunday morning to find a cottontail rabbit in her bathtub. “I still haven’t figured it out. I have no idea how that rabbit got in. I’ve been the only one here all week or I’d think someone was playing a joke on me,” McBride said.
Newcomer Elizabeth Ivey will portray Helen Keller and veteran performer Nancy Cassady will play the part of Annie Sullivan when the curtain goes up on the Sherman Community Player’s production of “The Miracle Worker.”
In an almost unprecedented action, three seniors were elected to captain the Denison High School football team for 1965 here Wednesday.
Denison’s Twirling Twenty took first place trophy competing against five other junior corps in a Duncan, Okla. Twirling contest.
Myra Kay Miller and Carole Ann Johnson received national honors from the National Camp Fire awards at the council fire in Municipal Ballroom. Myra Kay, daughter of Mrs. W.O. Hopper, received the national life saving honor for saving her grandmother from burning to death in which she received third degree burns on her hands.
Five Sherman High School Latin students captured six state titles in events held March 1 and 2 by the Junior Classical League at North Mesquite High School. The winner are Darren Fesperman, Brian Hopkins, Lance Kinney, Jeff Brennan and Jana Qualls.
Sherman High’s Walter Casey won the 300 meter intermediate hurdles here Saturday at the Lewisville Invitational Track Meet with a time of 39.1.
Last week, the R.S. Bowlby firm in Honey Grove received a one million dollar contract with the U.S. Navy to make stainless steel pantoon floats. Bowlby is the star genius since he is capable of making his own special tooling and complicated machining and forming mechanisms.
Two local Camp Fire Girls and a Railway Express driver were surprised to discover their pictures in the March issue of Seventeen Magazine which has just appeared on Denison newstands.
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