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Betty Mann poses for photograph outside the front of the Nutcracker Museum in Leavenworth, a Bavarian-themed village in Washington State.
Betty Mann has met her match. Her name is Arlene Wagner, and she lays claim to the world’s largest nutcracker collection, which is on display in Leavenworth, Washington. It has more than 7,000 pieces, and each is a functioning nutcracker, capable of cracking nuts. At 95, Arlene is six years Betty’s...
Betty Mann
The following appeared in the Rock County Star Herald on September 7, 1967.   Crowds Throng Here To Make Centennial Whopping Success          Luverne’s 100th anniversary birthday party was a whopping success.          Young and old alike came to celebrate ­— many in costume, many in whiskers, the...
Betty Mann
The following appeared in the Rock County Star Herald on July 8, 1965   First National Bank To Open In New Location On Monday Moving day for the First National Bank of Luverne is this weekend. First National will move to its new building at Main and McKenzie over the July 10 weekend and will be...
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The following appeared in the Rock County Star Herald on July 1, 1965.   TALK ABOUT A WET SPRING- She Pumps Water Every Morning At 3 A. M. To Keep Well From Getting Too Full          “It’s the absolute truth,” says Mrs. Elsie Herschberger, Kenneth.          “It’s been so wet this spring that I have...
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The following appeared in the Rock County Star Herald on July 1, 1965.   No Outgoing Mail After 6 P.M.   Service on Night Mail Cut Tuesday          Beginning Tuesday night, there was no outgoing mail service for any mail dropped in the outside collection box at the postoffice after 6 p.m.         ...
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The following appeared in the Rock County Star Herald on June 17, 1965.   Odd Jobs Club Now Open From 9-11 On Week Days          A plan to operate the Odd Jobs Club from the Luverne Community Center was announced this week by Rev. Wayne Hoffman, chairman of the Center.          A telephone and desk...
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The following appeared in the Rock County Star Herald on June 10, 1965.   Three Stores Hold Grand Openings New Fronts Give Main St. New Look          Grand opening days will be held this week at three Luverne businesses with more than a thousand dollars in free merchandise prizes to be given away...
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The following appeared in the Rock County Star Herald on April 10, 1958.   Past Week’s Precipitation Totals 1.14 In. After an unusually dry period the first three months of 1958, Rock County came in for some brisk rainfall in the past week. Starting last Thursday and continuing intermittently...
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The following appeared in the Rock County Star Herald on April 10, 1958.   City May Rent South Air Strip          Luverne’s airport committee was authorized to negotiate for a lease of the landing strip south of the city on U.S. Highway No. 75 by the City Council Tuesday night.          Benjamin...
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The following appeared in the Rock County Star Herald on April 3, 1958.   Special Good Friday and Easter Services Are Planned          Most Rock county churches will have special Good Friday Easter Festival services tomorrow and Sunday. There will be no Community Good Friday services this year...

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