June 15, 1928
Chevrolet production May 28 was 7,075 finished cars and trucks- the highest single day’s volume in the history of the company. The record resulted when the sales organization asked the production department to over-run quota for the month.
June 17, 1938
Stover sportsmen and others who frequent Little Buffalo inlet south of Stover report much illegal trapping and seining there. Hoop nets and seines on the bank to dry were a common sight last Sunday according to several Stover persons who were trying the legal way of catching fish there. It is believed the trapped fish are being taken to Kansas City. Officers are being notified.
June 11, 1948
The Good Will Committee of the Stover Homemakers Club is asking for donations- anything for the home- for the Tom Marriott family, whose home and furnishings were completely destroyed by fire. Bring your donations Saturday, June 12. A large box to receive packages will be on the lawn of Mrs. Gordia Rapp.
June 12, 1958
Mr. Edwin Kraxberger, local businessman and veteran of WWII, was elected Vice Commander of Morgan County American Legion, at the 8th District Convention, held at Boonville Sunday, June 8. Also in attendance at Boonville were Commander Francis Kraxberger, commander of Galloway-Martens Post No, 343, and Edwin F. Kueck, another tireless Legion worker.
June 13, 1968
Sam Byler and Lenora Monsees of Stover, are part of a group of 89 high school juniors from throughout Missouri spending this week in Washington, D.C. The two were winners in an essay contest sponsored by Co-Mo Electric Cooperative, Inc., in Tipton.
June 14, 1978
With temperatures getting back to normal and very little rainfall during the first 11 days of June, farmers have been working long hours trying to catch up with plowing, planting, and hay cutting to make up time lost in the wet, cool spring. Corn planting is somewhere between three and four weeks behind schedule and it does not appear any farmer will be able to say, “I laid my corn back” by July 4.
June 15, 1988
Cynthia Holsten has won a $1,000 MFA Foundation scholarship presented to a member of this year’s graduating class of Morgan County R-I School. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Holsten of Stover. She plans to attend Central Missouri State University.
June 17, 1998
Six lovely, talented young ladies will compete for the title of Stover Spring Farm Fest Queen at the fair this year. Local area girls who have entered the contest are Abby Campbell, Tara Hodges, Brandi Keppler, Amy Koester, Julie Palmer, and Amy Wilson.
June 11, 2008
The past six months mark Missouri’s wettest December- May period on record. Precipitation across the state averaged just over 30 inches from Dec. 1 through the end of May, said a University of Missouri Extension climatologist with the Commercial Agriculture program.