Home Life History

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In a regular feature of the Planters’ Press, the June 22, 1944 issue told some rather gossipy news about several Bossier businesses.  The feature...

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The big success of a Plain Dealing apron party was announced in the June 10, 1926 issue of the Bossier Banner. “The apron party at...

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The Bossier Banner issue of June 16, 1898 ran the following article about rain, thunder and lightning in the Benton area. “Heavy rains fell at...

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An article in the April 19, 1928 issue of the Bossier Banner editorialized the use of buses, also called “transfers,” to transport school children. “There...

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The public is invited to attend the Bossier Parish Library Historical Center’s free event "Preserving the Signs of History - Collecting the Legacy of...

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The August 9, 1945 issue of The Bossier Banner called attention to the fact that a scarcity of fats and oils was a big...

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The May 24, 1928 issue of The Bossier Banner carried two accounts of new structures in the parish. “The reporter had the pleasure Tuesday forenoon...

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Rupert Peyton commented in last week’s article about the invention that permitted young people to have fun before the arrival of the Model T...

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Last week’s article ended with the purchase of the old Wyche Home by the Parker Family who cleaned the house and yard and made...

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Rupert Peyton published his recollections of bygone times at the old Wyche home in the March 29, 1956 issue of the Bossier Banner-Progress.  It...
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