Oct. 23

  Compiled by Mary Hedge, La Porte County Public Library 1921 The sale of beer as medicine by druggists is now possible. 1971 La Porte High’s No. 4-rated football team has difficulties ... Continue Reading →

Oct. 22

  Compiled by Mary Hedge, La Porte County Public Library 1921 The American farmer is confronted with the prospect of $1.00 wheat. Exactly a year ago the farmer was talking $3 wheat. 1971 A ... Continue Reading →

Genealogical society learns more about MC book

  The October meeting of the La Porte County Genealogical Society was called to order by President Carol Lloyd. The meeting place continues to be the large meeting room at the ... Continue Reading →

Oct. 21

  Compiled by Mary Hedge, La Porte County Public Library 1921 Two armed bandits hold up a train in Illinois and escape with $5,000 worth of whiskey. The liquor was being shipped ... Continue Reading →

Moments in Time … in photographs

  Photos and information provided by La Porte County Historical Society Museum (click photos to enlarge) James K. Powers was a private in the 9th Regiment of Indiana during the ... Continue Reading →

Oct. 20

  Compiled by Mary Hedge, La Porte County Public Library  1921 Friends of Premier Lloyd George of London are regarding his health as recent strains have left him entirely exhausted ... Continue Reading →

Moments in Time … in photographs

  Photos and information provided by La Porte County Historical Society Museum (click to enlarge)   Continue Reading →

Oct. 18

  Compiled by Mary Hedge, La Porte County Public Library 1921 The proposed investigation of the Ku Klux Klan by Congress is reported to be abandoned. 1971 A new multi-purpose community ... Continue Reading →

Oct. 16

  Compiled by Mary Hedge, La Porte County Public Library  1921 Convict labor is utilized in manufacturing the product of the factory of Emmet Scott, Republican candidate for mayor, ... Continue Reading →

Oct. 15

  Compiled by Mary Hedge, La Porte County Public Library 1921 Another new industry, the second in two weeks, is coming to La Porte. It will employ 50 men and make gas ranges and ... Continue Reading →