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LEE HILGENDORF

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Paul Hemp's car was a sight to see.
Rochester residents were treated to the site of the Crown of the Andes in 1955.
Tower crash leads to quick shipment of new radio tower to fill Rochester's needs.
Festooning the streets with evergreen boughs has a long history in Rochester.
When new tires were in short supply due to World War II, a Rochester business had a work-around for wheels in need.
A delay in getting display cases did not stop entrepreneurs from opening the new store on time.

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Everything a machine could need was fabricated at the downtown business.
The store moved from downtown to the Crossroads Shopping Center, but filed for bankruptcy a decade after the opening of Apache Mall.
At the request Rochester's police chief, signs implored people to keep quiet.

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