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Author Jim Fechtig grew up in Enfield, and graduated from Enfield High with the class of '67.

As a child, he used creativity to entertain himself and his friends.  In his school years, "Jimmy Don't" was the class clown, finding ways to amuse his classmates and keep the faculty on their toes. 

Read about "Jimmy Don't" drag racing on the sidewalks, graduating college without attending class and working jobs without being hired. 

If you haven't been able to obtain a copy of this book, now is your chance for a nostalgic trip down memory lane.

It's a hilarious read about growing up in our home town!!!




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Local Obituary:

Raymond Ruemmler, 94, a longtime resident of Enfield, died Monday morning, Aug. 18, 2008 at Delmar Gardens in Chesterfield, Mo.

He was born Aug. 19, 1913 at Benton, the son of Charles and Sadie (Steinheimer) Ruemmler. He married Helen G. Moore on Sept. 5, 1939, and she preceded him in death Oct. 28, 1984.
Ray graduated from the University of Illinois, Chicago on June 19, 1934 with a pharmaceutical degree. He opened Ruemmler Drug Store at Enfield in 1936 and operated it until 2002. He was a member of the Masonic lodge.

He is survived by a daughter and son-in-law, Jan and Steve Aitken of Troy, Mo.; a granddaughter and her spouse, Janna and Joseph Gordon of Kirkwood, Mo.; and three great-grandchildren, David Joseph, William Stephen and Abigail Grace Gordon, all of Kirkwood.

Funeral services were held at 11 a.m. Thursday at Stendeback Family Funeral Home in Enfield, the Rev. Mike Buckman officiating. Burial was in Enfield Cemetery. . On-line condolences may be left at kittinger-fairfuneralhome.com

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  Those were the days
Interview with Lucille Smith
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Long ago and far away
Interview with Mary-Jeanette Smythe
Enfield memories of a prodigal child.
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