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Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bevis gave a dinner Sunday, December 29, at their pleasant rural home. The following guests were present and enjoyed the bounteous dinner served at the noon hour; Edgar Hoffman and family, Guy Hoffman and family, Roy Hoffman and family, Edward Bomeli and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fay Guy and Onalis Holt, Columbus; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Carr, Richwood; Hazel and Dwight Holt, Prospect; Robert Hoffman, Green Camp.
[The Richwood Gazette, Jan. 2, 1930]

Mrs. Margaret Merritt and grandson Joseph Merritt, of Mahaska, Kansas, started home last Saturday after a months visit with relatives in this vicinity. Mrs. Merritt was the guest of honor at the Temple reunion, she being the oldest of the family living.
[The Richwood Gazette, October 3, 1907]

Thomas Peacock is seventy-one years old and on Monday he walked from Marysville to Richwood, a distance of sixteen miles, in four hours.
[Richwood Gazette, Jan 4, 1940, "50 Years Ago (Jan 2 1890)]

Mrs. J. C. Stubert gathered a nice bouquet of pansies and sweet alysum flowers last Friday, January 3. The flowers grew out-of-doors. Next we may have fresh cucumbers.
[Richwood Gazette 11 Jan 1940; "50 Years Ago" (9 Jan 1890)]



THOMPSON TOWNSHIP ITEMS
[The Marysville Republican, Thursday, June 4, 1908]

BROADWAY BUDGET
[The Marysville Republican, Thursday, June 4, 1908]


SUMMERSVILLE SIFTINGS
[The Marysville Republican, Thursday, June 4, 1908]

CLAIBORNE CULLINGS
[The Marysville Republican, Thursday, June 4, 1908]

SUMMERSVILLE SIFTINGS
[The Marysville Republican, Thursday, June 4, 1908]

MAGNETIC SPRINGS ITEMS
[The Marysville Republican, Thursday, June 4, 1908]

[The Marysville Republican, Thursday, June 4, 1908]



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