Day in history for November 30, 2002
- 1852 -- 150 years ago
- Some contracts have been made at $5 per hundred for No. 1 hogs. We observe that $5 is about the opening price at other points for that description. We do not think that figure will be maintained throughout the season; but the price will settle down to about $1.50 as the standard.
- 1877 -- 125 years ago
- Barlow, Wilson, Primrose and West's minstrels are attracting crowds at Dart's hall.
- 1902 -- 100 years ago
- William R. Benkert of Davenport, national chairman of the United Christian political party, has called a national convention to be held in Rock Island next May 1.
- 1927 -- 75 years ago
- Tri-City labor unions approved a plan to form auxiliaries for wives of members.
- 1952 -- 50 years ago
- A hunter's car, loaded with shotguns and game birds, was stolen at Ted's Coal Creek Inn, west of Andalusia, according to the Rock Island County Sheriff's office. Ernie Schmidt told deputies he and several hunting companions stopped at the inn at about 1:30 a.m. enroute home from a hunting trip to Iowa. When they came out of the place, Schmidt's 1950 model car was gone.
- 1977 -- 25 years ago
- Donna Johnson of East Moline, a member of the Soundsations women's barbershop chorus in the Quad-Cities, was elected executive treasurer of the international board of directors of Harmony, Inc., at the 18th annual convention in Ottawa, Canada.
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