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Compiled from past issues

Nov. 2, 2004

Bob and Arlene Moffett celebrated their 44th wedding anniversary in Wichita this past week.

Betty and Glenn Kyle picked up LaVonne Ammeter Tuesday evening and they attended the club wiener roast at the Virgil Clark home. It was an old-fashioned wiener roast and everyone enjoyed the evening.

Jackrabbit Hollow is celebrating its 10th anniversary with an open house from 9 to 5 Nov. 13.

Nov. 2, 1989

Jennifer McVey of Peabody is the high point winner for the 1989 season of the Cottonwood Valley Saddle Club. She competes in the 7- to 9-year old age group.

Mayesville Mayor Bert Bishop, who was the judge in the big pumpkin-carving contest Saturday selected the jack-o-lantern carved by Sara Cook and Amanda May as first place winner. Travis Unruh and his aunt, Cindy Unruh, were awarded second place.

Jolene Kay Rempel and Mark Steven Lyon, both of Newton, were united in marriage Sept. 16 at Peabody United Methodist Church.

OCT. 29, 1964

Dave Deutchendorf, Corn, Oklahoma senior who now resides in Peabody, plays the leading role of Erich Triedhoeffer in the play, “The Cup of Trembling,” at Tabor College Oct. 29-31.

Grace Roberts was dismissed from Bethel Hospital at Newton Tuesday.

FFA boys from several schools were entered in the entomology contest held here. Ron Warhurst was the third highest individual and Kenton Buller was the high individual in horticulture.

OCT. 29, 1914

Don’t fail to attend “From Molten Steel to Automobile,” the $40,000 five-reel exhibition of the Maxell Motor Company, Detroit, Michigan, at the opera house election night, Nov. 3.

Mrs. Flora Davis, department secretary of the Women’s Relief Corps, will be in Peabody Nov. 5 to inspect the Corps here.

Lost somewhere on the street: an initial watch fob, engraved CLA. Please return to Dr. C.L. Appleby.

oct. 17, 1889

Little Susie Potter has been quite sick lately, but is now better.

Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Slocombe have suffered a terrible loss of their twin babies, one dying on Tuesday and the other this morning, having been sick for some two weeks.

Charlie, the 7-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Marsh, died last Thursday and was buried on Saturday.

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