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A Museum of History and Art in historic Lipscomb, Texas
Map 13310 Highway 305 · P.O. Box 5
Lipscomb, Texas 79056
806-852-2123
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March 22, 2020


WOLF CREEK HERITAGE MUSEUM NOTES
by Virginia Scott


MUSEUM HAPPENINGS

Hope all of you are staying safe and enjoying this time to do all the things that you have been setting aside. We are coming to the museum to check email, writing the column and checking our snail mail. All our volunteers are staying at home and staying safe.

The courthouse staff are still working and watching the museum for us. We thank them for their work.

The museum staff will home until the all clear comes from our health professionals. We are answering emails so if you have a question, please email.

HISTORICAL MUSINGS

Our newspapers from the past give us a glimpse into what Life in Lipscomb County was like. The following two happenings reveal the good and the sad of life:
- Last night about 9 o'clock Roy Wilson of the Wilson Drug store accompanied by Robert Searcy boarded Freddies Skidder-dee with Jim Griffith at the wheel for Shattuck, Okla. Where they took the east bound train for Kansas City, Mo. Roy after some materials for his new building and other business matters and "Bob" goes along just to keep Roy in "the straight and narrow path" and also to enjoy a visit with his sister Margery who has been attending school there for some time.
- They will gone for five or six days.


-Little Raymond Elmo Keeler aged about three years, son of A.A. Keeler, wandered in his sleep from his father's house on the R.N. Mounts ranch northwest of Hereford last Monday morning, sometime between the hours of midnight and 5:30 am. And his frozen body was found at 8:30 Monday morning a quarter of a mile on the Prairie.

Stay safe and catch up with all your home chores and readings.




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