Old Newspaper Clippings

From: McLeansboro Times, February 9, 1922

OUT OF OIL IN 20 YEARS

          That the U. S. will be virtually out of oil and will have to depend upon foreign shipments and producers within a period of 20 years is the statement of members of the American geological survey and experts representing the American Association of Petroleum Geologists.  This report, which is official, was made at Washington and created a surprise.  The members state there may be individual and independent wells that will not pumped dry for years, and others may not be drilled until 1950, however the assumption that the production is permanent and will supply the U. S. for many years is misleading.


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1902 McLeansboro High School Track Team
1913 Whiz Kids - Basketball team
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The Alden Tigers (1950)
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Mr. & Mrs. Walter Barr's 60th Wedding Anniversary
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Two local boys make it good!
Ray Blades - St. Louis Cardinal's Manager
Ray Blades - A lucky catch
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The Dahlgren Echo (photo here)
Dahlgren Cousins: Goin and Cross
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Grandma Charity Daily's Scrapbook clippins' (Chas. Daily)
Grandma Charity Daily's Scrapbook clippins' (Shepard & big fish!)
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The Judd Family (1915)
The Ku Klux Klan in Hamilton County
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Memorial Day 1922
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McLeansboro City Lights (1902)
McMahon 60th Wedding Anniversary (1978)
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Nothing is too big, old jail included in his collections!
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John & Bessie O'Bryan - Golden Anniversary
Grandest social gathering ever!
Miss Popularity - Hazel Patton (Photo)
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Pioneer Days Tales Related by 1816 Settler
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