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"Prize to go to the Homeliest Single Woman present, between the ages of 20 and 50."

1949: MARCIA WYNN: “Blasting powder was always a favorite means of celebrating such special events as the Fourth and the receipt of good news. During the Spanish American war it was used as “salutes” to celebrate any good tidings coming into the mining country, whether it was over in Kernville, in the mountains nearby, or in Randsburg. Anvil salutes, they were called. They were created by filling a large wagon-wheel nut with powder, placing the powder-filled nut on an anvil, then putting another anvil on top

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