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Remember when for Oct. 27

95 years ago

Oct. 29, 1915

Frederick Heise, who was thrown from a wagon near Markleeville last Wednesday when the brake rod broke and let the heavy wagon run onto the team, died from his injuries at Carson Friday morning to which place he was taken for medical treatment. An operation was found to be necessary but the internal injuries were of such nature that it was impossible for the physicians to save his life. Deceased was born in Wittlothe, Germany, 58 years ago. He is survived by a wife and eight children.



80 years ago

Oct. 31, 1930



A Hallowe’en dance will be held at Masonic hall tomorrow night, members of the Modern Woodmen of America and Royal Neighbors sponsoring the social event. The hall will be decorated characteristically in the spirit of Hallowe’en and the members of these two organizations will do everything possible to make the dance an exceedingly enjoyable affair. Those who attend will dance to music of a good orchestra, and will be shown every possible courtesy by the Woodmen. At midnight a delicious supper will be served by the Royal Neighbors.

50 years ago

Oct. 27, 1960

Hundreds of Carson Valley and Lake Tahoe residents will journey to Carson City to join in the 96th anniversary of Nevada’s admission into the Union. Activities begin Saturday evening with an old-time costume ball in the Civic Auditorium. Sunday is the annual Nevada Square Dance Festival at the junior high school and a melodrama in the auditorium. Nevada Day itself will begin with the traditional Nevada Day parade, followed by the Carson-Manogue football game, with the Nevada Day Queen crowned at halftime.

25 years ago

Oct. 24, 1985

The South Tahoe Public Utility District, in an effort to halt spillage into the East Fork of the Carson River next spring and to kill off an unwanted species of fish, has drained nearly all of the wastewater at Indian Creek Reservoir in Alpine County. The drainage should give STPUD enough storage area to avoid dumping its excess effluent into the Carson River, something the district has done five of the past six springs.

10 years ago

Oct. 25, 2000

Don Bently has purchased the 2,340-acre Carson Valley Ranch and said he plans to put the sagebrush-covered property into alfalfa production. The purchase price for the East Valley property was $7 million, Bently said. The acreage he purchased was once part of the original Dangberg Ranch and should be easily returned to farming through Bently Agrowdynamics’ modern irrigation methods, Bently said.

A look at past issues of The Record-Courier by Sharlene Irete.