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march 10, 2004

Drenching rains fell Thursday, filling area ponds, streams, rivers, and lakes. Two to six inches of rain were reported in Marion County.

Former Peabody resident Ron Slaymaker was recently named “Citizen of the Year” by the Emporia Gazette.

Fire ravaged and destroyed the Hillsboro Mennonite Brethren Church in Hillsboro.

march 16, 1989

Max Ferguson is one of seven educators named Kansas Master Teacher for 1989. Ferguson is a Peabody native and son of Mrs. Luella Ferguson and the late Gene Ferguson.

The retirement of the Rev. Oliver J. Parish who has served the First Baptist Church for the past three years was announced in the local church bulletin.

The board of education accepted the $24,000 bid from F&H Insulation in Wichita to remove Peabody High School asbestos.

march 12, 1964

Herb Winter announced this week that he will sell Herb’s Lockers at public auction later this month.

Bob Davis of Peabody, who graduated from Kansas State University at the end of the fall semester, is one of the students who won academic honors during that term.

Mrs. Frank Smith was dismissed from St. Joseph Hospital in Wichita after being a patient there the past month following surgery.

march 12, 1914

Wanted — Apprentice girls, in the millinery department, Mrs. O.J. Roberts.

Wanted — Girls for rapid folding, March 20-21 at the Gazette office.

Don’t forget that Chocolate Cream Coffee at the Beehive.

march 7, 1889

Next Sunday morning at the M. E. Church, Rev. D.C. Ridgway will speak on the topic “Is the Church Worth What it Costs?”

Mr. Will Fisher visited here yesterday with F.E. Pettit, stopping off on his way to Chillicothe, Mo., from the Rocky Mountains.

Prof. Shelton says salt doesn’t hurt cinch bugs; it helps the crops though.

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