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  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...
  The following appeared in the Rock County Herald on February 23, 1923:   KIWANIS CLUB TO GIVE SILVER CUP TO SCHOOLS Will be Used as a Trophy for Which Seniors and Juniors Will Annually Debate Purchase and presentation to the Luverne high school of a silver cup as a trophy for which the Senior and...
  The following appeared in the Rock County Herald on January 26, 1923:   NIGHT SCHOOL ENROLLMENT IS MORE THAN DOUBLED With Only Eight Students Present on Opening Night, Attendance Reaches Eighteen on Second Night That the Luverne night school is becoming an interesting as well as a beneficial...
  The following appeared in the Rock County Herald on January 12, 1923: BEAVER CREEK TO HAVE OWN TELEPHONE SYSTEM Favor Purchase of Present System from Private Company by Village by Vote of 67 to 12 By the decisive vote of 67 to 12, the people of Beaver Creek village declared in favor of the...
  The following appeared in the Rock County Herald on December 1, 1922:   TRANSFER OF BODIES IN OLD LUVERNE CEMETERY APPROVED Maplewood Cemetery Proposition to Receive and Care for Bodies The proposition of merging the Luverne cemetery with that of the Maplewood cemetery was reported as accepted at...
  The following appeared in the Rock County Herald on November 17, 1922: DEER HUNTING NEW SPORT ENJOYED IN ROCK COUNTY E.W. Brown Shoots Fine Buck near Ashcreek After Exciting Chase—Deer Discovered in Pasture Deer hunting is not on the calendar of regular sports in Rock county but it is not...
  The following appeared in the Rock County Herald on September 21, 1921: WILL MAINTAIN REST ROOM AT FAIR GROUNDS Instructive Health Work Exhibit Will Also be Made Under Direction of County Nurse Doyle A public rest room will be one of the features of the Red Cross and Public Health exhibit at the...

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