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Betty Mann
The following appeared in the Rock County Herald on January 9, 1925.   CONSOLIDATION OF HARDWICK BANKS FOUND BENEFICIAL   Results Attained Following Merge Held to Justify Elimination of Double Overhead Expense.   In proof of the assertion that nothing is to be gained commercially or economically by...
To help in the sorting process and to raise money for the Historical Society, an auction is set for 1 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 8.
Betty Mann has trouble sleeping at night. “I have all these things running around in my head, and it’s hard to turn them off,” said Mann, Rock County Historical Society President. There’s good reason for her cluttered mind: Truckloads of valuable “clutter” are waiting to be sorted at the new...
Betty Mann
The following appeared in the Rock County Herald on December 26, 1924:   SHUT-DOWN AT POWER PLANT TODAY AND TONIGHT   No Electric Lights Or Power Will be Furnished for 24 Hours – Water and heat as Usual   Luverne will be without electric lights and power all of today, all of tonight and a part of...
Betty Mann
The following appeared in the Rock County Herald on December 19, 1924:   C.E. OLDER, PIONEER, PAYS TRIBUTE TO C.O. HAWES   Recalls That He Was the Last of Several Young Men Who Went to His School in 1871-72.   “It is with profound regret and sorrow that I hear of the death of C. O. Hawes, who had...
Betty Mann
The following appeared in the Rock County Herald on July 18, 1924:   ROCK COUNTY AS IT WAS FIFTY YEARS AGO   The ill-fated year 1873 began with the most violent storm in the history of the state from the time of the first settlement to the present date. For three days beginning January 7th, the...
Betty Mann
The following appeared in the Rock County Herald on October 17, 1924:   MANY TAKE ADVANTAGE OF PUBLIC CHEST CLINIC   Total of Thirty-Nine Persons Undergo Examination by Drs. Slater and Britt   A total of thirty-nine people took advantage of the opportunity for examination at the chest clinic held...
Betty Mann
The following appeared in the Rock County Herald on September 12, 1924:   LUVERNE PLANS FOR DEFENSE TEST DAY   Local Committee Completes Arrangements for Fitting Observance of Day This Afternoon   CO. H TO BE RECRUITED TO FULL WAR STRENGTH   Parade at 3 0’Clock will be Followed by Speech, Music and...
Betty Mann
The following appeared in the Rock County Herald on August 22, 1924:   (Continued from last week)   OLE-TIMER RECALLS THE DAYS OF THE EARLY ’70s   Collin Estey had the first pre-emption along the Rock river valley in Rock  county. Mrs. Deborah Estey, her six sons, Amos, Collin, Orville, Al and...
Betty Mann
The following appeared in the Rock County Herald on August 12, 1924:   BUILDING FOR HEALTH EXHIBIT REST ROOM AT COUNTY FAIR   Three Organizations Unite for Construction of Exhibit Building and Rest Room at Fair Grounds Under arrangements completed this week, the Rock County Chapter of American Red...
Betty Mann
The following appeared in the Rock County Herald on July 18, 1924:   TOMORROW WILL BE “HEART TAG DAY”   Every One Asked to “Have a Heart and Help the Unfortunates” by Buying a Tag. Heart Tag Day will be observed in Luverne tomorrow in behalf of The Volunteers of America, a most worthy benevolent...

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