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History of New Rockford- June 10, 2019


June 10, 2019

On June 17, 1902, H. Peoples received a 27 h.p. Buffalo Pitts threshing rig, the first of the season; it came complete with a 40x64 separator. Frank Graham was in on business. Henry Von Almen arrived from Elizabeth, Minn., to visit his brother John Von Almen. Creameryman George and Mrs. Brown left for their Valley City home. Rev. C.F. Sewrey left for Bowdon to assist Rev. Wylie with a series of revival meetings, after which he would go to Jamestown to substitute for Rev. Danford, who would be in New Rockford; Sewrey returned to New Rockford on July 3. That evening the Woodmen Lodge met in M...

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