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The concept of "Luverne Nutcracker Village" in Luverne for the holidays is under consideration following Betty Mann's donation of more than 2,400 nutcrackers to the Rock County Historical Society. The pieces, some of them rare collectibles from Germany, will be on display at the new History Center in downtown Luverne.
Christmas is over, but a group of local volunteers is already planning next year’s holiday season in Luverne. The concept of “Luverne Nutcracker Village” is under consideration following Betty Mann’s donation of more than 2,400 nutcrackers to the Rock County Historical Society. “These are all sizes...
The following appeared in the Rock County Herald on November 2, 1923:   PLANS FOR RED CROSS ROLL CALL PERFECTED   House-to-house Canvass to be Made in Luverne Sunday, Nov. 11th, From 2 to 4 p.m.   At a meeting called Monday evening by Dr. C. O. Wright, as county chairman for the seventh annual Red...
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The following appeared in the Rock County Herald on August 24, 1923:   FLAMING K.K.K. CROSSES MAKE WEIRD SCENES   Tourist Organizer of Ku Klux Klan or Local Wags Burn Two Emblems of the Order   Luverne’s first introduction to what might be termed a ceremonial of the Ku Klux Klan was given Friday...
The following appeared in the Rock County Herald on December 21, 1923:   U. S. AND GERMANY RENEW MONEY ORDER EXCHANGE   Under arrangements completed by the two governments, beginning November 1st, there again will be an exchange of money orders by the postal systems of the United States and Germany...
The following appeared in the Rock County Herald on September 28, 1923:   CHILD HEALTH CLINICS TO BE HELD OCT. 6-11   Specialist to Hold Clinics at Luverne, Ashcreek, Kenneth, Kanaranzi and Hardwick   Infant and children’s clinics, under the direction of the Rock County Public Health association,...
The following appeared in the Rock County Herald on December 1, 1922:   600 POUNDS OF FISH TAKEN FROM RIVER WITH SPEARS   Two Luverne Fishermen Make Record Haul from Rock River in 2 ½ Hours—All Carp   Substituting spears for fish poles, two Rock county disciples of Isaac Walton pulled out of Rock...
  The following appeared in the Rock County Herald on June 8, 1923:   MANY PHYSICAL DEFECTS FOUND AMONG PUPILS   Report of Luverne School Nurse Discloses 169 Out of 188 in High School Were Defective   Out of 188 pupils of the Luverne high school who were examined by School Nurse Clara Herm, 169...
  The following appeared in the Rock County Herald on May 18, 1923:   REMAINS OF CHILD BURIED 53 YEARS UNCOVERED A coffin containing what is supposed to be the remains of an infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Nason Estey, that had been buried fifty-three years, was found Saturday on the southwest quarter...
  Bits By Betty—October 29, 2015   The following appeared in the Rock County Star Herald on October 28, 1999:   Drumsticks, leaves, pumpkins, corn. . . .   About 500 people consume 3,000 grilled chicken drumsticks during Fall Festival   Luverne’s first Fall Festival won’t be the last, according to...
  The following appeared in the Rock County Herald on September 24, 1915:   NEW PALACE THEATRE TO OPEN WEDNESDAY First Attraction in Luverne’s New $50,000 Opera House Will be “The Prince of Tonight.” THEATRE BUILDING IS HANDSOME STRUCTURE Gives Luverne Splendid Opera House, Beautiful Ball Room, Two...

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