Definition funny of Garst:

urban1. to puke or barf 2. result thereof 3. a poorly named residence hall cafeteria at Missouri State University

urban1. Ugh, I think I'm gonna garst. 2. That casserole looks like garst. 3. I'll pick you up and we'll head to Garst for a casserole.


Songs about Garst:

songsItalienisches Liederbuch: No. 43, Schweig einmal still, du garst'ger Schwätzer dort (Arr. for Two Pianos) by Claudio Colombo from the Album Hugo Wolf: Italienisches Liederbuch (Arr. for Two Pianos)


Books about Garst:

booksLetters from an American Farmer: The Eastern European and Russian Correspondence of Roswell Garst by Richard Lowitt and Harold Lee (Feb 1, 1987)

booksRoswell Garst: A biography (The Henry A. Wallace series on agricultural history and rural studies) by Harold Lee (1984)

booksGarst: Webster's Timeline History, 1770 - 2007 by Icon Group International (Mar 10, 2010)

booksContemporary Authors: Biography - Garst, Robert E(dward) (1900-1980) (Mar 8, 2005)

booksOur Garst Family in America by W. T. Garst (1993)

booksGarst: Headlines Dead (Cloth) by R.E. Garst and Theodore M. Bernstein (Dec 1961)

booksTraffic stop.(Garst Seed Company): An article from: Farm Journal by Jeanne Bernick (Aug 1, 2005)


Movies about Garst:

moviesA Baby Story Season 6 - Episode 4: Baby Garst 2006 -


Wiki information Garst:

Roswell Garst
Farmer, Deceased Person, Person or entity appearing in film, Person

Roswell "Bob" Garst was an American farmer and seed company executive. He developed hybrid corn seed in 1930 that allowed greater crop yields than open-pollinated corn. He was perhaps most well known for hosting Nikita Khrushchev on his farm in Coon...

Garst Museum
Museum, Tourist attraction, Structure, Location, Project focus, Building

The Garst House, also known as the Garst Museum, is an historic building located at 205 North Broadway in Greenville, Ohio, United States. On November 16, 1977, it was added to the National Register of Historic Places Today it is a local history...