Governor signs bill requiring teachers to be loyal to government – Greeley Tribune
100 years ago, for the fourth week of May 1921, according to the pages of the Greeley Tribune-Republican newspaper:
Colorado Governor Shoup signed a bill requiring all teachers in the state to be loyal to the government. This means that they must conduct the Class Flag Pledge of Allegiance each morning with their classes.
In Missouri, a 13-year-old girl was arrested for shooting her 6-year-old stepson. The child-bride said, “I didn’t do it on purpose.”
Now boys! If you’re going fishing on Saturday, stop by Worrell-Thompson Hardware: bamboo fishing rods, 20 cents to 35 cents each.
The Greeley High School Quad Club held its election this week. The new club president is John Allnutt.
Advertising: Why wear stiff mustaches? The Tarantella is the universal safety razor blade sharpener. It makes shaving a pleasure instead of a dreaded task. Sharpen old and new razor blades.
In Longmont, an 11-month-old boy was supposed to sleep in his bed, but he crawled out of his window, fell on a sunken roof, and then fell from the roof to the ground. Despite two falls from 10 feet, the boy was not hardened and was laughing when his worried mother came out to get him.
Greeley Police Chief Florance announced that at the end of this week the police court will be holding “Dog Days” as so many residents have been ticketed for owning a dog without a city permit.
The presidential yacht “Mayflower” was sighted 60 miles north of Cape Charles, Virginia. Yesterday at noon. President Harding had several friends on board for a party.
A great exodus from Greeley to the hills will begin early tomorrow morning as the fishing season officially opens. While some will fly fishing, most fishermen and women will carry worms.
In Kersey, the Swastika Club had its annual dinner. The table was nicely decorated with pink baskets.
Mauri Perkins and Joseph Mortimer confessed to friends and family on Friday that they were married. They married in February, but kept it a secret for three months. She is a teacher and he is a postman.
A 21-year-old man from Greeley who said he carried magazine subscription cards in his suitcase and sold them door-to-door was arrested by La Salle police when he got out of the train. They searched his suitcase and found 21 pints of illegal alcohol, which he was selling door-to-door.
– 100 years ago is taken from the original pages of the Greeley Tribune, the Republican of County Weld, and when they merged, of the Greeley Tribune-Republican. Questions or comments can be sent to [email protected]