75 Years Ago
Items taken from weekly issues 75 years ago, from the Daniels County Leader, est. 1922 (continuation of the Scobey Sentinel, est. 1912).
December 5, 1946
Boy Scouts Have
Christmas Tree Sale
Mayor T. O. Erickstein has assured the Boy Scouts of Scobey that the city will do its part in cooperating with the local troop’s efforts in the sale of Christmas trees. Christmas tree sale proceeds and funds raised by cleaning sidewalks will be used by the Scouts to pay its area dues next year. This amounts to about $375.
Members and friends of the Scobey Lutheran congregation met last Sunday at the church parlors to honor the new pastor, the Rev.
Norman Benson and his family.
Santa To Greet Kiddies
A special delivery reindeer mail message has just been received from Santa Claus at his North Pole home that he will be in Scobey without fail on Christmas Eve.
Scobey Lions were gratified to get this piece of news and they, in conjunction with the local merchants, have joined to provide a fitting reception for the white whiskered old gent when he arrives and is met by the kiddies...