Out of the Past
65 years ago
October 22, 1942
A group of 35 engineers of the U.S. Army Engineer Corps is now making Williams its headquarters. The engineers are all assigned to the Navajo Munitions depot project under construction at Bellemont and are being housed at Mt. Williams motor court in the city. The men have their meals served at the Beacon Café, which is now engaged almost entirely in the feeding of those connected in one way or another with Uncle Sam's war effort.
50 years ago
October 24, 1957
Hey hunters, don't get so busy buying a license, cleaning your gun, or looking for last year's red cap that you forget to enter the big contest at Babbitts' Hardware Department. You must register before November 1. It's simple, just sign your name - nothing to buy.
35 years ago
October 26, 1972
Donna Racher was crowned queen and David Reyes was crowned king when the annual high school homecoming was held last Friday afternoon during halftime when the Vikings played Alchesay on a wet and muddy field. In spite of inclement weather, with snow and rain intermittently coming down, all the planned festivities took place as scheduled.
(Editor's note: The preceding news items were taken out of the Williams News (1889-present).
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