Memorial Day Service at Prairiedale Cemetery honoring WWI veterans
The fifty people who attended the Memorial Day services on Monday, May 26, at the Prairiedale Cemetery enjoyed a tribute by the Chapman American Legion Post # 240 and the Fort Riley Honor Guard. The presence of both groups added a special significance to the event hosted by the Talmage Historical Society to honor Civil(…)
The Talmage Historical Society will host a Memorial Day tribute at 2 p.m. on Monday, May 26, at Prairiedale Cemetery to honor Talmage area Civil War Veterans. Twenty-two Civil War Veterans are buried in the cemetery, located one mile north and ¼ mile west of Talmage. The list includes Benjamin Blue, Watson Cleveland, A.B. Crary,(…)
The 2nd Grade Class of McKinley School, along with music teacher, Joan Christner, presented the program at Senior Citizens 4-11-14.
A former teacher and several students gathered November 8 with others to celebrate the dedication of Laney School #96, one of the prairie schools attended by Dickinson County students from the late 1800s to the mid 1900s. Laney was one of 114 schools (3 made of brick, 8 made of stone, and 103 made of wood)(…)
November 2, 2013, the Shivers family members re-dedicated the flag pole and plaque in honor of Ralland “Butch” Shivers, which was located many years at the Farmers Coop, and now has a permanent home at the museum.
Dedicated during the 125th Anniversary of Talmage celebration in September, the hitching post was donated by Marvin, Keith and Bob Bennett, sons of Virgil and Ruth Bennett, with a memorial plaque honoring their parents. It came from the Abilene to find its permanent home here in front of the museum. “ I remember that the(…)