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Betty Mann
The following appeared in the Rock County Herald on December 28, 1923:   SHORTAGE OF GOOD HOME GROWN SEED IS INDICATED   County Agent Roske Seeks to Locate Good Local Grown Seed for Distribution In County   In consideration of the great shortage this year of good, clean, home-grown seed of many...
The following appeared in the Rock County Herald on November 2, 1923:   PLANS FOR RED CROSS ROLL CALL PERFECTED   House-to-house Canvass to be Made in Luverne Sunday, Nov. 11th, From 2 to 4 p.m.   At a meeting called Monday evening by Dr. C. O. Wright, as county chairman for the seventh annual Red...
The following appeared in the Rock County Herald on December 21, 1923:   U. S. AND GERMANY RENEW MONEY ORDER EXCHANGE   Under arrangements completed by the two governments, beginning November 1st, there again will be an exchange of money orders by the postal systems of the United States and Germany...
The following appeared in the Rock County Herald on September 28, 1923:   CHILD HEALTH CLINICS TO BE HELD OCT. 6-11   Specialist to Hold Clinics at Luverne, Ashcreek, Kenneth, Kanaranzi and Hardwick   Infant and children’s clinics, under the direction of the Rock County Public Health association,...
The following appeared in the Rock County Herald on December 1, 1922:   600 POUNDS OF FISH TAKEN FROM RIVER WITH SPEARS   Two Luverne Fishermen Make Record Haul from Rock River in 2 ½ Hours—All Carp   Substituting spears for fish poles, two Rock county disciples of Isaac Walton pulled out of Rock...
The following appeared in the Rock County Herald on August 17, 1923:   CITY’S POLICEMEN ARE NOW CHECKING UP MOTORISTS   Mayor Hinkly Orders Prosecution of Motorists Who Flagrantly Disregard Traffic Regulations   Convinced that violation of traffic regulations in this city are becoming daily too...
The following appeared in the Rock County Herald on May 19, 1911:   After the first of next July first cousins cannot be united in marriage in the state of Minnesota, according to a law passed at the last session of the legislature, and for this reason there will be a considerable decrease in the...
  The following appeared in the Rock County Herald on August 24, 1923:   MOTORISTS STILL PROFITING IN WIDESPREAD GAS WAR   Prices in Minnesota Remain on 16.8 Basis—Independents Raise Price in South Dakota   The gasoline war, started two weeks ago when Governor W. H. McMaster, of South Dakota,...
  Bits By Betty—November 19, 2015   The following appeared in the Rock County Herald on July 20, 1923:   LUVERNE BUSINESS INTERESTS PLEDGE $5,000 TO A.Y.P. TRAIL   Many Give Financial Aid in Obtaining new Transcontinental Highway Thru This City   That the business and professional men of Luverne...
  The following appeared in the Rock County Herald on June 8, 1923:   MANY PHYSICAL DEFECTS FOUND AMONG PUPILS   Report of Luverne School Nurse Discloses 169 Out of 188 in High School Were Defective   Out of 188 pupils of the Luverne high school who were examined by School Nurse Clara Herm, 169...

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