October 15, 1943
You’re only going to get one Missouri license plate for 1944 and the colors will be decidedly different from the old 1942 plates which have been doing service during 1943. The new plate (only one, mind you) is to be attached at the rear of your car and will be black background with lemon yellow figures and lettering. The price will remain the same as if you got the regulation two plates.
H.P. Savage, who is one of the most active members of North Star Lodge No. 157, A F. & A. M., has had this interest in Free Masonry rewarded by an appointment as district deputy grand master. This, so far as we know, is the first time the local lodge has been so honored in its many years of existence. Savage’s duties will cover Atchison and Holt counties.
October 17, 1968
Bidders paid $3,579 for 5 rural school houses, land and equipment auctioned off by the Rock Port school Friday. Goldenview building sold to Mrs. Mary Harbin for $50, equipment $3. Cox Chapel building sold to Walter Sinnen for $5 and equipment $3. Star land sold to Leroy Gubser for $1,540 and building sold to Gubser for $25 and equipment $18.25. Highland land sold to Lois Bentley for $1,760, building sold to Merle Fox for $45 and equipment $33.50. Union land sold to Willard Grebe for $25, building to Grebe for $45 and equipment $3.
October 14, 1993
The 1993 Football Homecoming will be held Friday, October 15. The title chosen for this year’s homecoming is “Blue Jays Make Their Mark”. The king and queen candidates are: Jill Meyerkorth, Mandy Runkles, Cyndee Herron, Tad Gebhards, Reno Herron and Michael Phelps. The attendants for the classes are: juniors – Patti Gubser and Clint Holmes; sophomores – April Ireland and Clint Gayler; freshmen – Cashie Nelson and Matt Whisler; eighth grade – Katie Schmielau and Wyatt Amthor; seventh grade – Kymm Gayler and Reid Hunter. The crownbearers are Keri Garst, daughter of Patrick and Liz Garst and Jordan Freborg, son of Scott and Lisa Freborg.