Ready For Boos!

Children at Manitou School are celebrating their tenth annual Halloween festivities with costumes, masks, parades and special tricks and treats. View of children dressed as, fortune tellers, cowboys, indians, witches, hillbillies, ghosts, scarecrows, clowns and "Little Red Riding Hood". Jack-o-lanterns, witches and owls decorate the walls of the classroom, names appear in newspaper. See more…
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How To Be Glamorous

In October of 1950, Jody (Mrs. James Joseph) Scott showed how a touch of eye makeup could emphasize her best feature. The News Tribune added that, "Skillful use of eye-makeup is one of the most important beauty tricks a woman can use to assure her that she is taking full advantage of her natural attractiveness.…
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Billiards Wizard

Cue wizard George H. Sutton visited Tacoma's Naubert & Manning billiard academy in October of 1925 where he defeated George Latshaw 250-78, running off 147 in a row. Nicknamed "Handless," Mr. Sutton toured the country and amazed spectators with his skills for almost 35 years. He had lost his arms below the elbows at age…
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