100 decades in the past: C&A resort lunch counter closed for renovations | Briefs



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100 years back

March 11, 1921: The Chicago & Alton has a hotel in the West Chestnut Road small business district. Now under new administration, the lunch counter is temporarily shut for new flooring and other alterations. (This was a small company district, between Mason Road and the tracks.)

75 years in the past

March 11, 1946: Stanley Secord, 1114 Elmwood Road, was named nearby chairman of the National Dunking Association. It is reportedly a prestigious designation. Secord is recognized as an pro in doughnut-dunking. Bob Hope and Bing Crosby have held related honors in the group.

50 several years ago

March 11, 1971: Winter is intended to be on its way out. But Outdated Guy Winter returned with a sneak assault of 4 inches of snow in the Twin Cities. It was not a really soaked snow, but drivers found it just about not possible to negotiate the steeper hills in town. All this will shortly be gone.

25 several years back

March 11, 1996: Fireplace wrecked the gross sales home of Dome Veterinary Provide in downtown LeRoy. The result in isn’t recognised, but a fireman said it appears to be electrical. Police officer Larry Yount sprained his ankle when he fell above a firehose. He was handled and introduced.

Compiled by Jack Keefe [email protected]