A Look At Our Past 4/21/2022

From the pages of the Crawford County Avalanche
23 Years Ago
April 22, 1999
Crawford County Habitat for Humanity wishes to extend their most grateful appreciation to all those talented and wonderful performers who participated in the Milltown Follies on Friday, April 16.
Trout Unlimited to hold fly fishing school. School to be held on the weekend of June 11-13.
46 Years Ago
April 22, 1976
A new class for the Fred Bear Sporting Goods Marketing Institute arrived in Grayling Monday.  The Headmaster of the Institute is Frank Scott of Grayling. 
Airman Douglas E. Hinkle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard E. Hinkle, has been selected for technical training in the U.S. AirForce aircraft equipment maintenance field at Chanute AFB, Illinois.
69 Years Ago
April 23, 1953
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Springs on April 15. He was named Donald Lee.
92 Years Ago
April 24, 1930 
Conservation officer Rueben S. Babbitt, famous as a scout and guide, has written of some of the early history of Crawford County for the sixth grade, which is very interesting.
Grayling American Legion Post members are enjoying a new Majestic combination radio and phonograph.   
115 Years Ago
April 25, 1907
Miss Effie Sherman of Maple Forest will teach the Cheney school this spring.
Dr. Montgomery has just brought home a 16 horsepower traction engine for use on his Beaver Creek farm.  He will cut an immense amount of wood besides doing his threshing, husking, etc.

Crawford County Avalanche

Mailing Address
Box 490
Grayling, MI 49738

Phone: 989-348-6811
FAX: 989-348-6806
E-Mail: information@crawfordcountyavalanche.com

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