carthage News

1982: Permits to shave and wear make-up

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Trinity Lutheran Church will have Worship Service May 22 at 9:30 a.m. with the Sunday School leading the service using the theme, “A, B, Cs of Sunday School.” Everyone is welcome. Sunday School will be at 10:30 a.m. Bible School will be June 6-8 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Robin Hattervig took his mother out to eat for Mother’s Day and spent the afternoon with her. Lisa Hinkley drove her to Madison on Tuesday for a medical appointment.

Andrew Nelson and Lorelee Nelson ate out for Mother’s Day.

Sally Madison and Harriet Hattervig attended the annual Widow’s Brunch at the church in Fulton Saturday.

Leonard and Adele Raad, Spearfish, were recent visitors with Shirley Stroud.

Lorelee Nelson and Janice Straka, Brookings, went to Hartford Saturday for the graduation reception of Kinsey Price. She is the daughter of Todd and Shirley Price.

Main Street is decked with eighteen new pots and flowers thanks to Sally Madison and helpers!

did you know

Carthage was preparing to celebrate the centennial of the town, and according to The Carthage News, April 21, 1982, The Carthage Commercial Club was selling Shaving and Cosmetic Permits. Ladies who wished to wear cosmetics in public were to carry a permit at all times, and men were to carry permits to shave, or else grow a beard or mustache. A limited time was allowed to purchase a permit or be “arrested” and appear in kangaroo court. Shaving permits were $5, and cosmetic permits were $2.

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