Day in history for November 4, 2000
- 1875 -- 125 years ago
- Forty acres in Edgington Township were sold to Aaron W. Leeds by Thomas S. Dickey for $1,000.
- 1900 -- 100 years ago
- The shortage of ice in the Tri-Cities has caused a raise in price from 28 to 40 cents a hundred pounds.
- 1925 -- 75 years ago
- Burglars escaped with $30 from the Hawkeye Gas Station, 18th Avenue and 33rd Street, Rock Island.
- 1950 -- 50 years ago
- A large crowd attended the Henry County Home Bureau Hobby Show yesterday at the Cambridge Community Hall. The Wethersfield Home Bureau Unit took top honors for the best unit display and the Geneseo-Edford Unit was runnerup. Atkinson placed third. In the division for best handicraft within the unit, Munson placed first and Annawan second. Wethersfield scored a third. Mrs. Charles Yager of Geneseo and Mrs. Oscar Johnson of Atkinson were co-chairmen of the event.
- 1975 -- 25 years ago
- The Shamrock Nite Club, Rock Island, which has been in operation nearly 39 years closed its doors marking the retirement of ``Honey'' Egan, who, with her husband, the late Tom Egan, started the club on Jan. 20, 1937. The original club was located at 615 9th St., and on May 25, 1959, the business was relocated at 3817 14th Ave. The property has been sold to Leonard Harris of Harris Liquors, Rock Island, who plans to open a pizza parlor at the location.
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