The Times editorial writer had spent 20 years in Worthington in 1935. The Nobles County Times had previously been called the Progressive, apparently. Next post at 11 a.m.
White shoes were for sale at Schmidt Shoe Store, but of course, they had to be printed in grey in 1935. Next post at 11 a.m.
The community of Worthington was considering the possibility of a junior college in 1935. Next post at 11 a.m.
Honors were to be paid to people who’d been married the longest in 1935.
Thorsness Electric Shop was offering GE fridges for about $110 in 1935, and advertised that the new fridges used 40 percent less current than the old. Next post at 11 a.m.