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A new Coast to Coast was coming to Worthington in 1935.
The following is from an (extremely sarcastic) April 1935 Nobles County Times editorial, titled “A Sure Cure for the Dumps.” Sufferers from ennui, better known as “that tired feeling,” can brighten up now. Germany is marching again. Pretty soon the headlines … Continue reading
Plenty of interesting headlines in this April 18 1935 Nobles County Times, including the weird headline "Hog thefts solved by arrests" and the subhead "Five in limbo, four ready to enter pleas." Next post at 11 a.m.
Transients were sentenced to 40 days in jail for petty larceny in this April 1935 Nobles County Times article. Next post at 11 a.m.
Worthington should try to get some of the CWA money, this 1935 Nobles County Times editorial stated. Next post at 11 a.m.
The number of revoked drivers’ licenses was on the rise in 1935, according to this Nobles County Times article. Next post at 11 a.m.
A young man, only 23, killed himself in 1935, and the Nobles County Times did a brief story on the tragedy. We don’t generally do stories on suicides anymore, out of consideration to the family. By putting this up, however, … Continue reading
In 1935, the Nobles County Times wondered if we were the only smart ones in Southwestern Minnesota, for being the only ones in the region without an extension service.
This 1935 Nobles County Times editorial lamented that we just don’t use Lake Okabena like we used to, "but that was before so much riding around in cars, when people had to make their own amusement, close to home."
In 1934 Nobles County was pretty unsafe, traffic accident-wise — there were 10 deaths, according to this 1935 report in the Nobles County Times.