Pioneer corn could be bought from a variety of people around the southwest Minnesota area in 1960.
This hay baler was the pinnacle of technology in 1939, and it could pick up and tie 90 bales per hour.
The Brewster Farmers Elevator’s phone number in 1935 was 14. Next post at 11 a.m.
A man painted the water tower in Brewster in 1985, and two kidlets got soaked, too. Next post at 6 p.m.
Chuck’s Conoco used a gorilla named Bubba to sell gas in 1985. Would you buy gas from a gorilla? I’d make a joke about the oil spill here, but it probably wouldn’t be very nice.