From the Aug. 15, 1940 News Record
We take a great deal of pride in presenting our fair edition, for 1940, which is dedicated to the ninth Campbell County Fair and the golden anniversary of the State of Wyoming, admitted to statehood in 1890. We have spent a great deal of time and effort in preparing this issue, and we are grateful for the splendid cooperation of Gillette merchants. We especially ask that the people of Gillette and Campbell County read the messages of your merchants and patronize then when you come to town for the fair. We are putting forth every effort to make this fair the most successful in history. Now it’s up to the people of this community to come to Gillette and help us put it over!
From the Aug. 14, 1952 News Record
Play in the finales in the city championship was expected to be completed at the Gillette golf course Sunday with Jim Bishop meeting T. Wells in the championship match, Clark Timme, tourney chairman, said today. In the men’s second flight, the deciding pairing was between W.E. Saunders and Ralph Record, while Cecil Rhodes will meet Gaylord Pearson in the championship consolations. The ladies championship will be decided between Mrs. Mae McGee and Mrs. W.T. Fulkerson.
Chairman Timme advised that the second round of the round robin tournament schedule has been set up and is posted at the clubhouse. All players are asked to play their matches as quickly as possible so the tournament can be finished in good playing weather.
S From the Aug. 23, 1973 News Record
Let’s talk about communication in marriage and families. Better yet, let’s talk about disagreements in marriages and families. The two go hand in hand. “If there is communication, there is disagreement.” This is the way Dr. Salavador Minuchin, a distinguished family therapist, puts it. Another way to put it would be that if there are no disagreements, the people must not be communicating. It is normal to have differences of opinion. You can expect no less from people who are each individuals. I guess you could say to voice these differences of opinion is disagreement, and that’s exactly what is OK. This issues are ironed out with the added advantage that a variety of thinking gets into the discussions. The first point then would be to feel that it’s OK to disagree, and do so accordingly. The second point following from that would be to do the disagreeing in a healthy way. The fact that you (e.g., marriage partners, family members) have disagreements is fine. It’s how you disagree that then becomes important. Have it out, but have it out fairly.