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courtesy of “Little Minnesota” A Nostalgic Look at Minnesota’s smallest towns – Author Jill A. Johnson
Once a boom town on the western plains of Minnesota, Correll now maintains the Stock Service Station, a miniature fleet store, which sells and delivers bagged animal feed for cows, horses, and dogs. The hub of Correll, local farmers pack the place on Saturday morning to shop, drink coffee and swap stories.
Built with money borrowed from the Congregational Church Building Society in New York City, the now 6-member United Methodist Church maintains the original structure from 1897. Another church, Grace Lutheran, is located along US Hwy 7 on the north side of Correll.