From Our Files
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February 10, 2022
• Feb. 6, 1947
Leo Rasmussen, son of Mose Rasmussen, received a temporary appointment as manager of radio station KSVP at Artesia, N.M. He would continue his post as program director until adjustment was made in the staff.
The Earl Britton farm sale ran well over the $20,000 mark. Highest prices paid included $310 for the top cow and $1,730 for a tractor. It was one of the best-advertised sales in the county.
A C-D Farm Service truck driven by Emmet Frick and a truck driven by Gale Birdsall ran head-on into each other near the Ben Geerdes farm at Everly. The accident resulted from poor vi...