Today in History April 29, 2019
Today in History
April 29, 2019
50 Years Ago
April 29, 1969
Mrs. Ruth Pailette and Mrs. Jean Leon of the secretarial staff at Cloud County Community Junior College, attended the second annual Kansas Community Junior College Secretarial workshop at Butler County Juco... Melanie Hepperly, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hepperly and a freshman at Kansas State University, was tapped for “Spurs,” the sophomore women's honorary on-campus organization... Mr. and Mrs. Mel Horkman hosted the '68 Pitch Club at their home, with Miss Janie Ackerman and Wayne Ketterer as guests... Gleem toothpaste was 53 cents at Gibson's.
25 Years Ago
April 29, 1994
Cloud County Community College held its annual staff recognition dinner... M&N Iron & Metal donated $600, raised through the recycling of aluminum cans, to the Concordia Gymnastic Center to be used for the purchase of equipment... the Concordia High School number two doubles team of Brandt Hutchinson and Jay Johnson placed first in a tennis tournament hosted by the Panthers... Patricia Hanson of Leah #182 was elected and installed as Worthy Grand Matron of the Grand Chapter of Kansas, Order of the Eastern Star.
10 Years Ago
April 29, 2009
Brandi J. Hake and Nicki B. Taylor-Morris were co-recipients of the Rick Land MTXE (Mental Toughness Extra Effort) award at the Kansas Association of Court Services Officers awards banquet... Winners of the Progressive card party at the Concordia Senior Center were Evelyn Irwin and Adeline Charbonneau, first; Edna Hamel, second; and “Tootie” McCall and Crys Ganson, third... wheat was selling at $5.48, corn was $3.32, and milo was $3.12 per bushel on local markets.
5 Years Ago
April 29, 2014
The Cloud County Health Department implemented a policy which required a one year commitment of employment if the Health Department paid for an employee's Home Health Aide training... Concordia Unit #76 American Auxiliary selected Concordia High School students Killian Guthrie and Stormie Hittle to attend Girls State... wheat was selling at $7.56, corn was $4.70, and milo was $4.60 per bushel on local markets.
1 Year Ago
April 29, 2018
Concordia High School students Nichole Timme and Gwen Stiles qualified to compete at the National Future Business Leaders of America conference in Baltimore... Billy Bechard was April CHS Student of the Month... the Brown Grand Theatre presented a tribute to Barry Manilow... wheat was selling at $4.63, corn was $3.42 and milo was $3.27 per bushel on local markets.