From July 10, 1936 News Record
Gillette City band will give a street concert tonight at 7:30 o’clock on the intersection of Gillette Avenue and Second Street. The band will go to Sheridan next Wednesday for the Sheridan rodeo parade. All persons who can use their cars in transporting the band members to that city are urged to contact superintendent N. D. Morgan or F.R. Bond at the high school building.
From the July 17, 1947 News Record
Mrs. Charles Morgan made a startling discovery recently when she investigated a fierce buzzing sound in her front yard. Upon looking out she saw a swarm of bees, probably several hundred, circling the yard finally landing in a tree. The bees stayed there all night until Maurice Morel came for them the next day. Mrs. Morgan had called the county agent, B.C. Kohrs, to send someone for the bees. Mrs. Morgan said that the men took the entire swarm with no injuries. According to Morel, bees do not sting when swarming, and it is a simple matter after the queen bee is in the box. It was a mystery where they had come from.
From the July 12, 1973 News Record
Local junior high school teachers Mary Ealgeson and Eva Mae Chittin left June 26 for a six-week vacation in Europe. The two will fly from New York to London, where they will spend a few days before going on to several other European countries. Upon their return to the United States in August, the women will visit Mrs. Chittin’s sister, Mrs. Cleve O’Banion and family, in Baltimore before returning home.