What you need to know about Dewers is that it doesn’t try to be any more than what it is: a conservative, God-fearing farming community. You’ll find straight roads, Victorian-style farmhouses with steep roofs, corncribs, fenced-in pastures, cattle, silos, red barns, and laundry hanging on clotheslines. In spring farmers are in the fields, and the smell of fresh dirt permeates the breezes. By early summer the land is green with corn, oats, wheat, soybeans, and clover. In late summer and fall, it's amazing how the land is transformed to shades of gold. We understand the meaning of a bountiful harvest.
Frieda and Clara May
on their home town, Dewers
Frieda and Clara May talk about the bad boys of The Square