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Daily Calendar for Sunday, June 23, 2024

Question of the Day

How do you get mildew and its musty smell out of carpeting?
Your best bet it to sprinkle the area with baking soda, let it sit for 15 minutes, and then vacuum it up. Or you could leave the baking soda on overnight. Removing the smell may take repeated applications, but eventually the baking soda should absorb all the odor. Test the carpet for colorfastness before treating a large area.

Advice of the Day

When mists rise in low ground and soon vanish, nothing is a surer sign of fair weather.

Home Hint of the Day

To kill small quantities of weeds or moss in walks or patio cracks, douse them with boiling water.

Word of the Day

Fear of vegetables

Puzzle of the Day

Spare him not (Change these words into a single word.)


  • Josephine de Beauharnais (Empress of France) –
  • Jean Anouilh (playwright) –
  • Alan Turing ( computer science pioneer) –
  • Bob Fosse (choreographer) –
  • June Carter Cash (singer) –
  • Wilma Rudolph (sprinter, Olympic gold medalist) –
  • Clarence Thomas (U.S. Supreme Court justice) –
  • Randy Jackson (music producer & judge on American Idol) –
  • Frances McDormand (actress) –
  • Selma Blair (actress) –
  • KT Tunstall (musician) –
  • Jason Mraz (musician) –


  • Jonas Salk (inventor of polio vaccine) –
  • Maureen O'Sullivan (actress) –
  • Aaron Spelling (American television producer ) –
  • Rod Beck (baseball player) –
  • Ed McMahon (television personality) –
  • Dick Van Patten (actor) –


  • William Penn signed a treaty of peace and friendship with the Lenni Lenape Native Americans in what is now Pennsylvania–
  • Texas voted for annexation by the United States after nearly ten years as an independent republic–
  • First practical typewriter patented–
  • Mercedes lodged as trade name–
  • First U.S. national lip reading tournament, Philadelphia, PA–
  • Wiley Post and Harold Gatty took off for a round-the-world flight in their plane, the Winnie Mae–
  • A 50-pound 4-ounce red snapper was caught in the Gulf of Mexico near Louisiana–
  • Lt. Gen. Ann E. Dunwoody nominated as the U.S.’s first female four-star general–
  • A 5.0-magnitude earthquake struck about 40 miles north of Ottawa near the Quebec-Ontario border–
  • Nik Wallenda became the first person to walk across the Grand Canyon on a wire–


  • It was 129 degrees F in Volcano Springs, California. This was the highest temperature ever recorded in the United States during the month of June–
  • Hail accumulated a foot deep in El Dorado, Kansas–
  • Billings, Montana, had a temperature of 104 degrees F–
  • Hailstones the size of baseballs pounded areas of southeastern Manitoba–

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