The History of the Marshal
Bill Kelsey started at the Village in the Summer of '62, as well. Bill bluffed
his way into a maintenance type job, claiming to be a talented artesian; he was the primary "Bubbling Pot maker" for the Mine Ride.
Bill Kelsey participated as the outlaw on Clyde's day off and on weekends. In December of 1962, Clyde sprained his knee and could
not perform any "falls." It appears at that time, Bill Kelsey became the
August 1, 1963, Clyde was contacted by the Village to assume the Marshal position, replacing Marshal
Ron. Marshal Clyde reigned as the Village lawman until the end of September, 1969.
At that time, Clyde transferred to the Maintenance Department and Chuck Lowe superseded Clyde as the protector of Law and Order. Clyde
remained with the Village until April, 1971.
Chuck (being a forward
thinking kind of guy) decided not to be called "Marshal Chuck". He
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