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Compiled from past issues

Feb. 9, 2005

Bob and Arlene Moffett returned home to snow after a seven-day “cowboy cruise” to the western Caribbean.

Carolyn Windsor will retire after 45 years of nursing.

Spc. Jay Gfeller is serving in Iraq.

Margaret Jewell, 94, died Feb. 5, 2005.

Feb. 8, 1990

Edna Ewert has received a surprise award from the New York Herald Tribune as a bonus for her addiction to their crossword puzzles.

Lynn (Slocombe) Spencer reports from Northfield, Vermont that 20 inches of snow fell last week, which means good skiing for them.

Ross Baker is pictured in costume speaking to the Peabody Elementary School third grade about Peabody history.

Feb. 4, 1965

Susan Craig was in Topeka on Thursday and Friday serving as a page in the Kansas State legislature.

A bridal shower was given in honor of Shirley Foth at the home of Sharon Walker on Saturday night, Dec. 30, 1964.

Mrs. Laura Pierce reviewed the book “Green Medicine” for the Progressive Mothers’ Club.

Feb. 4, 1915

The Kansas City sheep market is strong and the Dickerson Brothers sent a car or two this week.

Mabel Cockley has been graduated as a professional nurse at Axtell Hospital after a three-year course.

Arnold Berns shipped 31 cars of cattle this week to eastern markets to hit rising prices. Shippers to Kansas City at the same time found a glut and prices off about 75 cents.

Jan. 23, 1890

T.M. Potter and F.H. Kollock went south Tuesday morning over the popular Santa Fe Line to Galveston and are enjoying a view of the southern country and the projected deep-water harbor, which is beginning to boom in Texas.

E.W. Hoch of Marion has been elected a director of the Kansas State Historical Society.

The ladies of the Methodist Church will have an envelope social at the parsonage on Wednesday evening, Jan. 29. All are invited.

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