July 21, 1944
According to the Hamburg Reporter, Frank Stastny, who has been identified with Hamburg grocery stores about ten years, has purchased the Herbert Case grocery at Watson and took possession Monday. Mr. Case has been called into the service and had to dispose of his business.
E. L. Andermann, civil service secretary of the Rock Port post office, says qualified applicants are being sought by the U. S. civil service commissioner for the position of bank examiner, at $2,433 a year, including overtime, for duty in District Insurance Corporation. Interested persons should get in touch with Andermann for full information and application blanks.
July 24, 1969
Mass eradication of a herd of hogs at the W. L. Hindman farm north of Fairfax was the result of discovery of cholera in a shipment of feeder pigs delivered to the place some 10 days before. The animals, brought here from South Missouri, began to display signs of sickness soon after arrival. Tests sent to the State Veterinary Department by Dr. Cundall confirmed the diagnosis of cholera. State men came to the farm and disposed of the herd and took measures to decontaminate the farm. Another outbreak of the cholera has been reported on the David Burke farm near Fairfax. About 250 head of feeder pigs, also shipped here from South Missouri, had to be disposed of because they carried the disease.
July 21, 1994
Alderman Chris Johnson was presented a key to the city for his selfless service to the City of Rock Port. He will be missed and his work was appreciated by his fellow alderpersons and Mayor Schomburg.
A gathering of Blue Jay fans and players gathered last Friday at Bradley’s Service to enjoy Ron’s cooking and bid farewell to Coach Cline. There was an abundance of well-wishers gathered and the food, fun and fellowship shared were enjoyed.