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H.S. BASKETBALL TEAM TAKES MORE SCALPS

Published in the November 11, 1915 Morton Enterprise. Morton Basket Ball Tossers Defeat the Fast Teams from Morgan and Gibbon Last week was a bright one for the local basketball tossers when they blighted the championship aspirations of… Read More

MORTON H.S. DEFEATS ARLINGTON, SCORE 50 – 2

Published in the Morton Enterprise on October 29, 1915 Local Basket Shooters too Fast for the Eastern Neighbor; Return Game Expected Soon The biggest word in the Arlington teams camp this week is ‘if’ and most prominent among… Read More

Morton High School Class of 1934

The Class of 1934 from Morton High School Angeline DabyFrancis MacheldtMyrtle FactorMerle WilsonAudella TompkinsLawrence RuhlandL.S. Graves (Supt. Morton)Miss Moran (Teacher Morton)Charlotte ZibellWilliam RevierNorbert WolterMaurice AhrensEdith AhrensPatricia SullivanAlbert HutchinsonNora McGowanAlbatena DruryRay Scheffler Editor’s Note: We are seeking assistance on… Read More

Mrs. Ann Dooley published in the Morton Enterprise December 13, 1918

Died at her home in our city, Saturday noon, December 7, 1918, Mrs. Ann Dooley, aged four score and seven years.Ann Fallon was born in Athlone, Ireland, where she spent her childhood days coming to America at the… Read More

Flag Received Monday, Morton Enterprise, 12-20-1918

The following letter together with a Fourth Liberty Loan flag was received by the chairman of the Fourth Liberty Loan for the village of Morton, Minn. Buffalo Lake, Minn., December 11, 1918 Dear Sir: In appreciation of the… Read More

War Fund Campaign, Bird Island Union, 12-12-1918

Report by Districts We give below a synopsis of the report of Renville County’s United War Fund Campaign. G. O. Bergan, Captain Sacred Heart District, cash $6084.50, pledged $4176.25, allotment $10,224.00 subscribed $10,260.75. Dr. A. M. Erickson, Captain… Read More

Letter from Claude Smith Morton Enterprise 11-15-1918

Oct. 20, 1918 Dear Sister, Well, I received three letters from you today and was sure glad to hear from you. I got two letters from home today. I think ma is worrying unnecessarily for I’m alright. This… Read More

Letter From Clarence Hassinger, Morton Enterprise, 8 Nov 1918

Perigueux, France, Sept. 28, 1918 Dear Mrs. Cook: I received your most welcome letter last night and six other ones wo I am quite busy today trying to answer all of them but I guess I will manage… Read More

Letter From Theodore Weltsch, Morton Enterprise, 11-8-1918

Camp Grant, Ill., Oct. 1918 Dear brother Joe, Received your letter today and was very glad to hear from you. I am over my sickness if I don’t get another one as it is awful damp out and… Read More

Letter from Fred Haas, Morton Enterprise, 11-8-1918

Overhere, Sept. 27, 1918 Friend Mr. Frantz, I thought I would write you a few lines. I am O.K. and enjoying life over here. How is everything back home? Everything is fine and dandy. Suppose you wonder why… Read More