Here’s our Throwback Thursday contest photo for March 22. Suggest a funny or factual caption and be entered into the draw for a restaurant gift certificate. (Langley Centennial Museum collection)

Throwback Thursday: Caption this old Langley photo for our weekly contest

Click on the live link in the story to submit a suggested photo caption.

Each week, Langley Advance readers are invited to submit a suggested caption – factual or funny – for the historic Langley picture published on the editorial page March 22.

Submit through story link below. One lucky reader wins a gift certificate from the Cora restaurant on the Langley Bypass.

Click HERE to submit your suggestion for the March 22 contest.

Last week’s photo appears to date from the late 1800s. Dave Towle, Tom Patterson and Billie and John Murray were photographed with dogs and guns. John Murray was born in 1849. He died in 1939 and is buried in the Murrayville Cemetery. William (Billie) Murray was born in 1850. He died in 1934 and is also buried in the Murrayville Cemetery.

• Winner Mary Young: “Got the guns. Check. Got the hunting dogs. Check. Got the hats? Darn Jed!”

Other entries:

• Grace Muller: “Okay, boys, now let’s go get us some dinner.”

• Sharon Holborn: “This one is for the Christmas card.”

• Janis Neumann: “One of these dogs is not like the other.”

Contest rules:

Preference is given to Langley residents. Entrants must be 19 or older. The winner will be selected by a random draw of all entries. The contest is not open to employees of the Langley Advance nor Black Press.

Winner will be notified by email and must pick up the prize as offered at the Langley Advance office, 6375 202nd Street.

The Langley Advance reserves the right to reject entries deemed unsuitable, libelous or otherwise objectionable. Please keep entries suitable for a family newspaper.

 

Dave Towle, Tom Patterson and Billie and John Murray were photographed with dogs and guns, dating from the late 1800s. John Murray was born in 1849. He died in 1939 and is buried in the Murrayville Cemetery. William (Billie) Murray was born in 1850. He died in 1934 and is buried in the Murrayville Cemetery. (Langley Centennial Museum photo collection)

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