KAYSVILLE KINKS - #52 IN SERIES - FEBRUARY 1895 - The Lincoln Republican Club gave a social and ball at Williams Hall Tuesday in honor of the grand old patriot, Abraham Lincoln. It was a happy affair and well patronized. -- The 55th Quorum of the Seventies are arranging a ball for the benefit of the missionaries who are in the field. It is to be given in the Opera House on Wednesday. Tickets are $1. -- The Kaysville Dramatic Club will present the thrilling nautical drama "Messmates" at the Opera House next Saturday evening. The play is interesting and the scenes unique in that the scenery takes place aboard a pleasure yacht. The proceeds of the play will be used for the benefit of the Kaysville Brass Band. -- It is being presented to the court that one Polly Crockett, residing at Kaysville, is in a delicate condition and in need of help financially. On motion the clerk was instructed to draw warrant for her support at the rate of $4 per month. -- Large quantities of ice have been put up during this past winter. -- PHOTO: Ad for John Barton & Son Furniture and Undertakers, Main St in Kaysville, Davis County Clipper February 22, 1895 #kfmuseumha
On August 1, 2018 Kristine decided to begin a series of excerpts from the newspaper called These excerpts were taken from articles about local happenings/gossip/announcements etc. It tells a story and gives a feel for Kaysville back in the day.
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