SEVENTY YEARS AGO
November 20, 1939
* Howard Randall, of Monett, is now confined to his home on account of a throat ailment.
* Miss Edith Mermoud, of Monett, visited in Springfield on Saturday with her uncle, Dr. L.E. Meador and Mrs. Meador.
SIXTY YEARS AGO
November 20, 1949
* Moss Market, operated in Monett for 11 years by Oren Moss, has completed remodeling into a modern IGA Supermarket.
* Students at Marshall Hill School in Monett received a thank you note from Rome, Italy, this week for the CARE package which was sent to the unfortunate in Europe in April.
FIFTY YEARS AGO
November 20, 1959
* Eddie Sweeney, a sophomore at Monett High School, was named first place winner in the annual American Legion oratorical contest at the school this morning.
* The Monett High School junior class play The False Alarm was termed a big success last night at the high school auditorium.
FORTY YEARS AGO
November 20, 1969
* Raymond Krueger, senior end with the Monett Cubs football team, was selected winner of the Dale Shepherd Memorial Award for 1969 by the Monett Quarterback Club last night.
* Kenneth Medlin, of Monett, commander of the Seventh District Veterans of Foreign Wars, was elected Grand Deputy Aide-de-Camp in the Department of Missouri yesterday.
THIRTY YEARS AGO
November 20, 1979
* Steven Ruscha, of Verona, was awarded a scholarship during the Southwest Missouri State University 41st annual Agriculture Improvement Program.
* Linn Thornton was elected president of the Centerline Club in Pierce City on Thursday.
TWENTY YEARS AGO
November 20, 1989
* Melissa McCoy, third grade, and Leah Cochran, fourth grade, have joined the teaching staff at Purdy Elementary School.
* Anthony Matteson, son of Tony Matteson, of Aurora, and Raynetta Montgomery, of Amarillo, Texas, has been promoted to the rank of specialist in the Army.
TEN YEARS AGO
November 20, 1999
* Bob Bartelsmeyer, Lawrence County Clerk, recently escorted political leaders from several states to Poland and Hungary on an international exchange program.
* Countryside Christian Church in Monett will once again host the presentation of the Living Nativity from December 16 to December 18.