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Compiled from past issues

June 23, 2004

Keith and Peggy Wattson have been collecting the old and unusual for decades. A year ago, the couple bought a building in Peabody’s historic downtown district and began to concentrate their efforts on opening an antique store of their own, Cameo Rose Antiques.

Stan Ammeter and Loy Darcey took second place in the third annual Craig White Fishing Derby.

Peabody Kids’ Choir will sing during a community church event July 4 in Santa Fe Park.

June 29, 1989

Don’s Drug Store has a unique display in its sporting goods department these days with what appears to be a mounted four-or-five-pound bass frequently flipping its tail.

A marriage license was issued to James Robert Hett of Marion and Denice Rae Strasser of Peabody.

Kelly Renee Henderson and Brad Laramore were united in marriage June 3 at the Methodist Church in Peabody.

june 25, 1964

Mrs. John (Cleo) DeForest became the fourth patient in the Peabody Memorial Nursing Home as she was admitted Wednesday after suffering a hip fracture.

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Pierce returned after a two-week trip to Mexico.

june 25, 1914

The Fairplay Ladies Aid Society meetings will be postponed indefinitely.

D.H. Bock and family moved yesterday to the residence known as the Dr. Buck property.

Ed Brewer joined the Peabody crowd Tuesday at the circus in Wichita on Tuesday.

June 13, 1889

J.T. Porter is building a fine barn south of town.

It is said that the Florence milldam washed out last Monday.

R.N. Rockwell, H.L. Lark, and E.W. Deibler have built a new two-inch plank walk in front of their residences on Plum Street.

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