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More on county robberies

June 16, 2014
By Ellayne Conyers , Marshall Independent

The MARSHALL DAILY MESSENGER reported in its Nov. 14, 1933, issue: BALATON FIVE PEOPLE LOCKED IN VAULT ONE SLUGGED IN HEAD "Three unmasked armed bandits raided the Farmers and Merchants State Bank of Balaton and escaped with 'not over $1,200' in loot. The robbers, according to Glen Wilhelm, assistant cashier, who was in the bank with Miss Bertha Loveland, also an assistant cashier, were very quiet, speaking 'not more than half-a-dozen words. Wilhelm said the men apparently were old hands at bank robbing.'

 
 

 

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