Magnolia had its 100th birthday in 1985 and to help it celebrate, the Daily Globe had a nice feature from Ray Crippen.
The fire that burned down Mansch Brothers Furniture and apartment in Slayton in 1960 claimed everything except a single chair. This chair was sat upon by Russell Gillette as he watched the fire, because if you’re going to watch a fire, and there’s a comfy chair, you might as well use it. Note: We are…
In 1945, this Cooperative Insurance Service ad ran in the Daily Globe, advertising health care for just 3 cents a day. Next post at 9 a.m.