Harvard Resident Turns 100 Years Young Monday

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In the year 1915, transcontinental telephone services were being inaugurated; Pluto was photographed for the first time; Thomas Edison invented a telescribe to record telephone conversations; it was a record-breaking negative 100 degrees in Fort Yukon, Alaska; and Woodrow Wilson was the president. One historical event that many may not know, is that also in 1915, on Jan. 5, to be exact, a woman by the name of Florence(Grubb) Black was born to Ernest and Mary (Zastrow) Grubb.  Black grew up in Webster County, and in 1920, attendedschool at Red Cloud. On July 21, 1940, she was united in marriage to Leonard C. Black in Hastings.


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