May 25, 1928 Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Schwensen Jr. and daughter were in Stover last week, at which time Mr. Schwensen reported the theft of 56 Rhode Island Red hens from his place Tuesday night. The thieves made their visit during the rain Tuesday night. They parked some distance from the Schwensen farm and
Ernest N. and Edna M. Kilmer to Randal Lee and Ruth Elaine Kilmer, southwest quarter of northeast quarter, section 24, towship 43, range 17. Cherise Marie Sedlock, Patti Ann and Douglas Ray Green, Charles Michael, Leda Carlisle, Timothy Allen, and Marissa Lynn Sedlock to Patti Ann and Douglas R. Green, northwest quarter of southwest quarter,
May 18, 1928 The Indian medicine folks who have been in camp on the Dan Gerlt place just south of town the past several weeks, are selling a good deal of medicine hereabout, according to statements made by them to a representative of this paper. The two families, Wells by name, are Yakimi Indians from
Greg and Pam Sides to Southport Storage LLC, Laurie Industrial Park. Nancy K. Bemboom to Brandi N. Brumbaugh, lot 32, block 10, Versailles Original Town 6-165. Jack D. and Millie A. Smith Trustees to Jack D. and Millie A. Smith Trustees, west half, and east half, all of section 8, township 45, range 19. Aaron
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
The Morgan County Health Center conducted food establishment inspections Monday, Feb. 26 to Friday, March 9. Results shown include the critical violations and the number of non-critical violations. The following establishments were inspected: Omega Coffee in Laurie, Monday, Feb. 26, routine inspection, zero critical violations observed, and zero non-critical violations observed. Gilbert’s Grill & Co.