This is the image of the full or partial text of an article entitled "Thirty Years Ago Today", printed in the Tribune and Leader-Press of 1919-03-25. This article is in the public domain, because it was published in the United States before 1923.
AGO TODAY ' * ■ /
.'The students from this city and vicinity wUo are attonding i.bo university at Madison, arc bomc on. their spring vacations: v ,
The work on Lbc^'ncw Grand Grossing shop*, "will commence in the near future. The >shops that Trill be put up at once will, cost about 560,000. '
.Yesterday was the warmest day of tliG-ycar,
Miss Carrie Card is spending a week’s vacation al borue. She is a pupil of the MtTCarrol seminary.
This rooming the mapJc trees and ,iila.es were “shooiing” loriti their bucls, thus insuring an. ear!*' spring.
Born to Mr. and Mijs. Henry Gicse,-.a daughter, yesterday. .. t \
•.Rev. W. p; Ten Broeck left 'this morning lor a| trip in ike eastern part of tlie state. , \
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This is the ocr text of an article from the Tuesday, March 25, 1919 issue of the Tribune and...