Compiled from past issues

feb. 4, 2004

Candidates for Peabody-Burns High School winter homecoming queen are Dalli Jo Hammond, Marie Unruh, and Shannon Welch. The candidates for king are Job Hilliard, Jeconiah Spangler, and Michael Unruh.

Andrea Jones was among students from all over the United States selected for a special mission. She will train for several weeks in California, and then may be sent to mission fields in Mexico.

Peabody-Burns High School vocalists in the group “Voices” will deliver singing Valentines Feb. 13.

feb. 9, 1989

Walter B. Slocombe, son of John W. Slocombe, Peabody, has been promoted in the United States Air Force to major.

Last week marked the beginning of an in-depth market analysis of Peabody as a part of the consultant’s service provided by Hyatt Palma, economic planners from Washington, D. C.

The Shirley Krouse Circle of the United Methodist Church met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Arlene Moffett. Frances Skinner had the program.

Irene Stovall celebrated her 94th birthday Feb. 4, receiving plants and chocolates.

feb. 6, 1964

Korbin Johnston is one of the Kansas State Teachers College students who have pledged Sigma Phi Epsilon, according to word from the college.

Steve Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Davis, is making a satisfactory improvement at Halstead Hospital.

Alfred Louis Larsen was born near Burns on Dec. 13, 1886, to James and Annie Hansen Larsen and passed away at his home near Peabody on Jan. 31, 1964 at the age of 77 years.

feb. 5, 1914

“$10 reward for the person or persons that can lead me to the trail of 2 black greyhounds about 9 or 10 months old that have been sold or transferred out of the county that will lead me to the discovery of my hounds which were stolen about a month ago.” — Geo. A. Suffield, RR1, Peabody

The council allowed the usual bills, rejecting one from the Light Company for $6.40 for changing wires when the old library was removed. This is because the franchise ordinance requires it to be done for free.

Mrs. Leslie Bauslin was hostess on Thursday to the Young Married Ladies Circle of the Methodist Church.

Jan. 31, 1889

Mrs. Hobkirk entertains a company of her lady friends this afternoon at one of her elegant luncheons.

A new sidewalk has been laid in front of the Christian Church.

While Bert Brindley was going to his home west of town last Friday, his horse fell and Bert had his leg broken in two places. It was a bad accident, but he is getting along nicely.

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