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From the Ipswich Tribune April 24, 1930 edition Edmunds County Early History by L.C. Jillson When I left Aberdeen for Georgetown thirty miles west, I had a load of lumber with a box containing a registered Poland China sow and five little pigs, a...

 

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From the Ipswich Tribune April 10, 1930 edition Bulow proclaims Friday, April 11 Arbor Day In accordance with the custom adopted by other states in years past and which practice has become established in this state, I W.J. Bulow, do hereby designate...

 

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From the Ipswich Tribune April 3, 1930 edition NEW LIBRARY BUILDING New library buildings are to be erected at Mobridge and Ipswich and will probably be completed this fall. The library at Ipswich is to be a gift to the city presented by the heirs...

 

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From the Ipswich Tribune April 3, 1930 edition SENIOR CLASS WORKING ON IPSODAK YEAR BOOK The Senior class of Ipswich has started work on their annual publication “The Ipsodak” and will hand in most of their copy this week to the printer. The wor...

 

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From the Ipswich Tribune April 17, 1930 edition Aberdeen Man Gives Out Shrubs and Vines The account given below from the Aberdeen American is of interest to Ipswich people. Following out a practice of the past several years, for the purpose of...

 

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From the Ipswich Tribune May 15, 1930 edition Towns Worse Foe Like every town in America has something it wishes it didn’t have, some things we could get along far better without. At the head of the list of unnecessary evils with which we have to c...

 

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From the Ipswich Tribune April 17, 1930 edition Bank of Ipswich Poultry Contest Proving Popular The Bank of Ipswich Boys and Girls poultry contest has far exceeded anticipation. 600 entrants are reported. That means that 600 boys and girls of...

 

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From the Ipswich Tribune May 29, 1930 edition Hard Fought Cases Feature Court Session Crowds have thronged the court room at Ipswich the past week, listening to the proceedings. Two cases have occupied the limelight – State of South Dakota vs A...

 

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From the Ipswich Tribune December 19, 1929 edition Early Substitutes for the Modern Toothbrush Toothbrushes are quite a modern invention. In the Vernel Memoirs we are told that in 1649, Sir Ralph Verney was asked by a friend to inquire in Paris...

 

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From the Ipswich Tribune Thursday, April 3, 1930 Rogers Circle Gives Fancy Costume Party The Rogers Circle gave a fancy costume party at the home of Mrs. Robert Hill, Tuesday evening. The costumes were many and varied, some were beautiful, others hum...

 

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From the Ipswich Tribune Thursday, December 19, 1929 TWELVE “IF’S” If you want to be respected, you must respect yourself and others. If you want to control others, you must learn to control yourself. If you want friends, be friendly. If you want...

 

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From the Ipswich Tribune Thursday, June 10, 1930 Fossils Given to Library Museum R. H. Lent has left with the Bank of Ipswich to be placed with the library museum some very interesting fossils that he picked up about 65 miles south of Miles City wher...

 

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From the Ipswich Tribune Thursday, June 10, 1930 Albert Jeschke Killed by Lightning Thursday Albert Jeschke of near Roscoe met death early last Thursday morning during the electric storm which passed through the county. Mr. Jeschke was struck by...

 

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From the Ipswich Tribune Thursday, March 6, 1930 ROGERS ON RADIO MARCH 12 A great radio program is announced for Wednesday evening, March 12, from 9:30 to 10:30 with Will Rogers, America’s favorite “wisecracker”, as master of ceremonies, Sousa...

 

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From the Ipswich Tribune Thursday, February 6, 1930 STOVE EXPLODES; BELIEVE DYNAMITE CAP CAUSE Mrs. F. C. Getsman had a peculiar experience last Thursday when the hard coal heater exploded. Mrs. Getsman had shaken the stove down and being a self-feed...

 

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From the Ipswich Tribune Thursday, March 27, 1930 edition White Way Lighting System Being Installed A crew of workmen from the Northern Power & Light Company is at work in Ipswich installing the new white way lighting system. Charles Carl is in...

 

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From the Ipswich Tribune Thursday, December 5, 1929 edition A Christmas Candle, a Christmas Story by Katherine Edelman Lowly, almost reverently, Nora Carney set the Christmas candle in the window, whispering a prayer as she looked out into the cold,...

 

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From the Ipswich Tribune Thursday, December 19, 1929 edition CHRISTMAS TREE IS PLACED There is a Santa Claus—and every youngster in Ipswich and surrounding territory will know it Saturday, December 21st when jolly old Kris Kringle arrives in I...

 

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From the Ipswich Tribune Thursday, April 3, 1930 edition Famous Writer to be at Bowdle April 15 Ozark Ripley, of Chattanooga, Tenn. the famous writer of Outdoor America will be in Bowdle, April 15 to address the Selby and Bowdle chapters of the...

 

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From the Ipswich Tribune Thursday, April 10, 1930 edition Beebe Addresses Lions Club on Hawaiian Trip Lions Club met as usual at the C & C Café on Monday. E. J. Quinn, State Theatre manager and Mr. Hamilton of the Norther Power & Light Co. were...

 

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From the Ipswich Tribune Thursday, May 8, 1930 edition CRISSMAN DRUG STORE GIVES AWAY KODAKS The Crissman Drug Store gave away 12 Eastman Kodaks to boys and girls whose twelfth birthday occurred this year. The first twelve children at the store on a...

 

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From the Ipswich Tribune December 5, 1929 edition THE QUESTION OF A NEW COURTHOUSE Tribune Asks for Discussion of Question Through Its Column-What Do You Think About It? The question of a new jail or a new court house for Edmunds County is one that...

 

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From the Ipswich Tribune November 28, 1929 edition Tribune adds prizes in rural paper contest The Rural Newspaper contest sponsored by the Ipswich Tribune has been entered into with much enthusiasm by the rural schools of Edmunds County. It is taken...

 

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From the Ipswich Tribune Decembr 19, 1929 edition Storm plays havoc with telephone, light wires The past week this section of South Dakota, experienced one of the worst fog and sleet storms on record, causing thousands of dollars of damage to Public...

 

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From the Ipswich Tribune November 7, 1929 edition Eastern Star, Masons Have Hallowe’en Party The Hallowe’en party was held Friday evening at the Temple for the Eastern Star and Masonic members and their families. The rooms were appropriately dec...

 

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