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...
The following appeared in the Rock County Herald on May 9, 1924:
SALVATION ARMY CONTRIBUTIONS
The total amount contributed this year by Luverne citizens for the Salvation Army support is approximately $325.00, which sum is to be forwarded in a few days to Minneapolis, to the army headquarters...
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The following appeared in the Rock County Herald on February 13, 1925:
M. W. CHUNN TAKES ISSUE WITH REPRESENTATIVE JACOBSON
Contends That Measure Prohibiting Sunday Movies, Sponsored by Him, is “Foolish and Vicious.”
To the Editor of Rock County Herald:
Many of the friends of Representative J...
The following appeared in the Rock County Herald on February 8, 1924:
PRICES OF GASOLINE GIVEN ANOTHER BOOST
Standard and Independents Act in Unison in Boosting Prices 2 cents Throughout Northwest
SECOND 2-CENT RAISE MADE IN LAST 30 DAYS
Prices Now Near Peak in Minnesota—Rise In Price of...
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...