The Hastings Star Gazette, February 16, 1989
Teresa Larson and Michelle Daniels demonstrate the affliction know as the kiss-o-gram. Kiss-o-grams were distributed Valentine’s Day by the Drama Club after selling the grams for the past week. For the price of 35 cents or four for $1, students were able to send their loved one a song, a sucker, a card and a kiss.
Hastings Gazette February 6, 1075
The Hastings Star Gazette, February 1, 1990
Shown are members of the Moccasin Board (the school paper) around 1911. Seated, left to right: Florence McLaughlin, Josephine Coldwell, Ellen Gale, Pauline Lemen. standing left to right: Roy Palmer, unidentified, George Sloninger, Ralph Chard, Miss Williams, Francis Ralphe, Miss Gregg, Ruth Featherstone and Ralph Henry. (photo submitted courtesy of Ethel Thieling).
December 24, 1064
J. C. Nolan, 121 W. 7th St back in 1964 supplied these old photos to the Star Gazette in 1964 showing the downtown area from the early 1900’s. They were taken from the courthouse cupola. This is a very rare view as it shows the 200 block of Vermillion Street which has since been torn down to make way for the approaches of the High Bridge. Note the horses hitched along the street in the photo.
This view looks north, towards the heart of downtown Hastings with the view of the Spiral Bridge in the background.
Looking northeast from the courthouse, the Masonic Hall is most prominent in the foreground and also the Wright & Austin and opera house building is shown in the distance.
The Hastings Gazette, December 1, 1939
November 30, 1989
This year marked the seventh annual playing of the Turkey Bowl. Played each year in Hastings, the Turkey Bowl pits members of the Turkey Town Camel Toes against one another in a savage display of weekend warrior machoism. Each year on the Friday after Thanksgiving the team members, who are also on a softball team of the same name during the summer, meet on the gridiron and slug it out for the honor and glory of being Turkey Bowl champions. Playing this year were most of the Camel Toes, David Kirtz, Pete Teigland, Torny Kriha, Joe Larson, Brad Stepan, Todd Tollefson and Nike Nicklay. All are in the early 20’s and have been playing the Turkey Bowl since they were in junior high school.
Thursday, October 8, 1964
August 20, 1964
A local woman was surprised during the past week when she found a false eye in the Laundromat tub she was using. She took her find to an optometrist who valued it at $7,500, she said. Inquiry by anyone having lost a false eye should be made at the Gazette office.
Heimstreet’s Inimitable Hair Restorative
August 18, 1864
Inimitable Hair Restorative. Not a dye but restores gray hair to its original color by supplying the capillars tubes with natural sustenance, impaired by age or disease. Heimstreet’s Inimitable Coloring not only restores hair to its natural color by an easy process, but gives hair a luxuriant beauty.
The Hastings Gazette, July 16, 1964
Six Hastings Boy Scouts and a leader left Monday by train for Valley Forge, Pa., where they’ll be attending the National Scouting Jamboree next week. Before returning home the boys will also visit the New York World’s Fair and Niagara Falls and sight see in Washington D. C. From Left to right are Duane Pufpaff, Dennis Klopf, William Sieben, and Gerald Knoll, all from Troop 207, Michael Hoffman from Troop 441 and Scoutmaster Harold Mueller from Troop 441. The sixth boy Robert Hampton was unable to be present for the photograph.