February 22, 1929 Beer, heretofore considered by prohibitionists to be a brew of the devil, has become a beverage of soda pop mildness by the simple expedient of changing its name, increasing its alcoholic content and making it available to the thirsty over the marble bar of the corner drug store. Although the new brewery
February 15, 1929 Carl Egdorf and L. Williams of Versailles and Postmaster Hamrick, Floyd Rowland, and H. A. Harrell of Stover were mingling the political crowd in Kansas City the fore part of the week. The Stover publisher attended a meeting of the Republican Editorial Association on Monday and the Lincoln Day Banquet on Tuesday.
Herman T. and Gloria J. Grotjan Miller to Benny and Glenda Hainen, west half of northeast quarter, section 14, township 45, range 18. Phyllis Ann Rowles to Benny and Glenda Hainen, west half of northeast quarter of northeast quarter, section 14, township 45, range 18. Thomas B. Hudson, Joyce A. Knapp-Hudson to David W. and