Monthly Archive: October 2013

Union Station Has Been Framed

A couple weeks ago I told you about how Derek Henderson volunteered to rip all the wood off an old caboose at Union Station.   Derek’s team and I and another friend or two spend a fun day ripping the old caboose apart. Derek and his team spent the next week collecting the wood and …

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The Effie Hopkins “Heart Attack Waiting to Happen” Post-war cookbook

As I told you recently, I’m going through a huge pile of newspaper clippings donated to Union Station’s library by the family of Effie Hopkins, a farm wife from North Ogden, whose interests were very broad.   Movie stars, local weddings and funerals, cartoons, random news events and sewing and cooking advice filled two large …

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“Don’t Mess with 25th Street?” We’ve come a long way, baby.

Love this story in today’s S-E (click) about a couple of shoplifters who got busted by the owners of Sock Monkey’n Around antiques and the KoKoMo Lounge.   Picture of Cindy Simone, cops and perps in today’s S-E I tend to agree with the cops that a citizens’ arrest is a dicey thing, but on the other …

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