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Compiled from past issues

Sept. 22 1999

The Peabody Burns Warriors still haven’t won a game this year, but they came very close Friday evening against Moundridge. This vastly improved Warriors team stayed with the other team into the second overtime before a controversial field goal gave the win to the visitors.

Ernest “Pete” Knox, 91, retired Dillon’s manager, died Sept. 20, 1999, at St. Luke Living Center in Marion.

LaVonne was a supper guest of Ronnie and Patti Gaines Monday evening.

Sept. 20, 1984

Something new has been added at the Senior Center. A new banner has been hung on the wall. The original banner was designed by Jack Whisler and painted by Goldie Homan.

Graveside services for Carol Foote will be held today, Thursday morning, Sept. 20 at 11 a.m. at the Lyons Cemetery, Lyons, Kansas.

The Kiakans Club held their first meeting of the 1984-85 season Sept. 11, at the home of Dorothy Rucker.

Sept. 24, 1959

A large barn on the Oran Graham place southwest of Peabody was struck by lightning and burned late Tuesday afternoon during a thunderstorm.

Wheat, bo. 1.73 Eats, bu .55 Eggs 17 cents Permium cream 54 cents.

Rex Graham, Kenneth and Charles Windsor and Joe Stockebrand attended the Baker University-Southwestern College football game at Baldwin Saturday.

Sept. 16, 1909

W. K. Palmer had an attack of muscular rheumatism last week.

Geo White has completed a fine new porch with a cement floor at his home.

Geo McKerscher and Harry Slaymaker have returned to the State University.

Sept. 18, 1884

The sidewalk on North Sycamore is a great convenience, especially for heavy folks, like Prof. Knowles.

Tom Huffman is in Sweet Springs, Missouri for his health.

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