Joel Immell recently had the misfortune of having his hay baler catch on fire.
Rosie Oelschlaeger, Marilyn Oxley and Helen McBroom had lunch Thursday at 24-40 Roadside Cafe in Basehor.
There was recently a segment in the “Remember When” article from Centennial about rocks being hauled and piled up along the roadside to be crushed. Centennial was the grade school a mile west of the farm on which I grew up. I have a picture of my sister, Beth, and me feeding baby lambs with bottles. The piles of rocks can be seen in the background. The rock crusher was pulled along by a caterpillar. However, the crushed rocks were very large. I got a new pair of shoes from Sears and Roebuck to wear to school, and within a month, the rocks had ground the soles to shreds.
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