March 2, 1911 — The week beginning July 17 has been fixed by the committee of arrangement for the return of all the sons and daughters of Page.
All preliminary arrangements for the occasion are being made, and every prospect now is that the week will be long memorable in the history of the county. Everybody is taking hold of the idea with earnest hearts and willing hands.
What could offer greater inspiration than the homecoming from every land, of all the men and women, and their sons and daughters, who still hold in fond remembrance the land of their nativity.
While the committee has not yet arranged any definite program, it is, however, understood that each day of the week will be devoted to some special interest.
~ From the public archives of the Page News and Courier
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