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This week in history: Popular Breckenridge couple married

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A tax-themed cartoon published in the Summit County Journal on March, 13, 1920.
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This week in history as reported by the Summit County Journal the week of March 13, 1920.

POPULAR YOUNG BRECKENRIDGE COUPLE MARRIED

At 10 o’clock March 9, at the Methodist parsonage, Mr. Melvin Tillett and Miss Clara Adams were united in marriage. The wedding was a quite one, only a few friends being present at the ceremony, which was performed by the Rev O.M. Bowman.

BIDS OPENED FOR NEW AUDITORIUM

At a regular meeting of the school board Tuesday evening, bids were opened for the new auditorium which is to be completed this spring.

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It is understood that the minimum price for the building without heating plant would cost between forty-five and forty-six thousand dollars. The heating plant will cost between five and six thousand dollars.

SKI CONTEST TO BE HELD SUNDAY AFTERNOON

Breckenridge Sunday on Shock Hill, a suitable course has been arranged and some good jumping will be witnessed.

Mr. Erickson of Dillon will arrive in Breckenridge on Sunday morning to arrange the course. The contest will be for the purpose of deciding on the local champion and is expected by a few of the local men to be closely contested.

OLD LANDMARK AT DILLON DESTROYED BY FIRE

A fire started in the Sam Riley restaurant at Dillon Tuesday in the building which it occupied.

The fire started from an unknown cause and for a time threatened the whole of the business section of the town. It is stated that practically nothing was saved from the building.

GOLD DREDGES ENTER RICH PLACER GROUND; MINING OUTLOOK GOOD

The mining outlook for the Breckenridge district for the coming season be very good. The high price for silver, lead and spelter warrant the resumption of development of development in a number of former productive mines in the district which have not been worked for a number of years.


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