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World's Tallest Christmas Tree
Necks craned and faces lit up at the sight of the 97-ft. Christmas tree with the unusually thick trunk located on the Richard Fox farm near Coates, Minn. during last year's Yuletide season. On closer inspection, passers-by discovered that the tree "trunk" was a 90-ft. silo that made the lighted 7-ft. tree visible for miles around.
Fox's son John and an employee, Gene Allen, were responsible for the world's tallest Christmas tree. They hoisted the tree atop the silo with a rope and lighted it with the help of a 150-ft. extension cord.

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1981 - Volume #5, Issue #6