July 1920s Stover citizens have just subscribed $250 to be used to form a bathing pool on west Richland creek. In Louis Tagtmeyer’s pasture below the railroad bridge, the creek water is kept fresh by a small spring. Mayor F. A. Gerlt and Dr. Weist have devised a plan and inexpensive way of forming a
The following local students have earned a spot on the 2021 spring dean’s list at University of Central Missouri in Warrensburg. Making the 4.0 list were: Dallas T. Waller of Barnett; Makayla Brown, Madelynn E. Hinck, Kendall Brett Reger, and Jackson C. Barbour of Stover; and Marissa Kay Edgar of Versailles. Named to the 3.5
Sounds of Calvary Ministries is hosting a free giveaway 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Wednesday, July 14; Thursday, July 15; Friday, July 16; and 8 a.m. to noon Saturday, July 17 at their location at 1961 Blackberry Patch Road, just off of Highway FF near Stover. Free items include tables, chairs, dressers, desks, bookshelves, lamps,
Results from the Pee-Wee Pig Show Friday, July 9, sponsored by Wayne and Bobbie Kroeschen and Circle K Bar Ranch are as follows: Three contestants participated: Sydney Ingersoll, 3; Gracelynn Dieckman, 4; and Allie Johnson, 7. Johnson was the showmanship winner.
July 1890s Probably never in the history of Missouri has such a wave of intense heat been experienced as the recent one. Mercury at several localities went to 105 in the shade, while in the sun it registered 120 to 130. There was much suffering in the thickly-populated districts, and many prostrations and deaths from
Addiction Free in Christ Addiction Free in Christ meetings are every Wednesday at New Revival Center, 106 S. Hunter in Versailles. Snacks and refreshments are 6:30 p.m. with the meeting from 7 to 8 p.m. Anyone wishing to conquer addictions may attend. For more information, call 573-378-4700 or 573-378-7954. Al-Anon Al-Anon meetings are 10 a.m.