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Saddle horse gets parking ticket in 1936

1986 — 25 years ago

The Rochester Park and Rec. Department is looking for softball umpires. The pay is $12 a game.

Minnesota financier and corporate takeover specialist Irwin Jacobs will speak at a dinner to raise money for the Rochester Center for Independent Living.

1961 — 50 years ago

"Paris in the Spring" was the theme of the annual mother-daughter tea at John Marshall High School. More than 600 mothers, daughters, faculty members and spouses attended.


1936 — 75 years ago

C.B. Hanscom, motorcycle patrolman, wrote a ticket for a saddle horse that was tied to a pole at the back of Montgomery Ward on South Broadway. The charge was parking in a no-parking zone.

Wish to swap — Pony, cart, saddle and harness for hogs. Contact Frank Volz, Rochester.

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