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The Greenhorn Valley News – January 1974- - 8 pgs. – Black and White

An early December snowstorm of blizzard proportions which dumped approximately 18-20 inches in the Woodland Acres area, was the setting for an untimely calamity.

A little past 5 a.m. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Huskins was totally demolished by fire. They were able to escape with their two sons only minutes before their two story house was gone.

The Rye Chamber of Commerce again sponsored the Christmas Greeting Party on Dec. 17 at 7:00 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall

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