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The Soviet Union’s influence was spreading, warned this 1960 Daily Globe editorial.
In a tragic accident in 1960, Gilman Erickson was killed by a corn picker.
I would not attempt to jaywalk in front of this kid, who happens to be Jerome Anton. He looks pretty serious about his duties.
The Teamsters were backing a college proposal for Worthington in 1960. I believe this eventually became the U of M Morris–is this correct? Edit: Nope, one of our commenters, Sundown, says: I think it was Southwest State in Marshall that … Continue reading
Here’s a parishioner who was evidently shocked beyond believe that his minister would swear as part of a play in 1960. Abby’s response to the second question made me laugh, though.
Two boxcars of of county corn were on the way in 1960.
Linda Lee Malget died unexpectedly in 1960, at the age of only 13.
About 50 local residents participated in the Passion Play in 1960. It looks like it was a lot of fun!