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The following appeared in the Rock County Star Herald on October 23, 1952.   Area’s Biggest Ears of Corn And Largest Eggs Will Vie In C and C Contest Friday   Merchants To Offer Host Of Special Values   The largest ears of corn and the largest hen’s eggs raised in the Luverne trade area will...
The following appeared in the Rock County Star Herald on August 14, 1952. Magnolia’s new paved street was being used this week. The project which consisted of paving the street, new walks and gutters the full length of the business district, cost slightly over $15,000. Four new luminaire dome type...
Jan. 4, 1940, Rock County Star:   Early Morning Blaze Causes $40,000.00 Damage to St. Catherine Catholic Church   Building is Insured for About $30,000.00; Many Costly Furnishings and Other Contents are Total Loss to Parish; Fine Vestments Lost   Fire, which apparently originated in the furnace...
  The following appeared in the Rock County Herald on June 30, 1939:   SWIMMING POOL RATES SET BY PARK BOARD   Three Authorized Life Guards Designated—Free Time Announced   Appointment of a park board to have complete charge of all matters pertaining to the management of Luverne’s municipal park...
The following appeared in the Rock County Herald on May 12, 1939:   NEW GOLF COURSE TO BE FORMALLY OPENED SUNDAY   Greens and Fairways Were Completed First of Week   Luverne’s new golf course will be formally opened Sunday. The new course is located on the Fogg estate land a little more than a mile...
Betty Mann
The following appeared in the Rock County Herald on October 16, 1931, and is the last in a series about Luverne's Rock River bridge. Senator Schall, after a brief statement concerning good roads, gave a political speech lasting an hour and a half. The following is the ending of his speech: Rock...
Betty Mann
The following appeared in the Rock County Herald on October 16, 1931, and is the third in a series about Luverne's Rock River bridge. Senator Schall, after a bried statement concerning good roads, gave a political speech lasting an hour and a half. The following is the second part of this speech....
Betty Mann
The following appeared in the Rock County Herald on October 16, 1931, and is the first in a series about Luverne's Rock River bridge.   NEW BRIDGE AND PAVING DEDICATED YESTERDAY   Senator Schall and Charles Forbes, “Granddad” of Highway System, Participate in Program.   ROAD IMPROVEMENTS BIG ASSET...
Betty Mann
The following appeared in the Rock County Herald on November 12, 1926:   MANY FARM OWNERS ARE OPPOSED TO RE-ROUTING NO. 9   Divided Fields With Resultant Inconveniences Are Most General Grounds for Complaint.   The re-routing of trunk highway No. 9, so that it will run along the north side of the...
Betty Mann
The following appeared in the Rock County Herald on November 5, 1926:   SCHOOL BUILDING IS FORMALLY DEDICATED   Large Throng Attends Exercises and Inspects Luverne’s New High School Friday Evening.   DESIGNERS AND BUILDERS ARE WARMLY PRAISED   Splendid Value and many Merits of New Structure Are...

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