This Week In History: Notice to Mining Men
This Week in History
This week in history as reported by the Summit County Journal 100 years ago — Sept. 14, 1918
There will be a meeting of all personnel interested in mining, either as employees or employers of Breckenridge, Tuesday, Sept. 17, 1918.
The object is to discuss ways and means of maintaining the mines in operation during the continuance of the war.
The present draft law is apt to draw many of the most essential men from the industry unless something is done promptly.
Everyone in Summit county is interested and should attend meeting at District Court room at 7:30 p.m.
Gaymons return to Breckenridge
Mr. and Mrs. O.K. Gaymon returned Monday from a few days visit at Cataract Lake and will remain in Breckenridge for a time.
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plans for collecting fruit pits and nut shells to be used in making gas masks for the army have been extended to the home.
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The Breckenridge Heritage Alliance is a nonprofit founded to promote and protect Breckenridge’s unique heritage. They offer year-round tours and hikes. Go to BreckHeritage.com. 970-453-9767.
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