Compiled from past issues

Dec. 4, 2002

Charles Edward Krause, 82, retired physician, died Nov. 23, 2002, at Edmonds, Washington. He was a brother of William V. Krause.

Reign and Marlene Anduss hosted a large gathering of family and friends for Thanksgiving dinner.

Bailey Penner, with his mom, Kelly, is featured on the front page, seeing Santa coming down the street in the Christmas parade.

Dec. 3, 1987

Lulu Watts celebrated her 100th birthday last Saturday, Nov. 28, at Peabody Memorial Nursing Home where she resides.

The first snow of the season blanketed this area last Thursday night and this week has been about the chilliest so far this season.

The City of Peabody approved contracts for repairs to four more houses this week — the Merle Spangler, Madge Mustoe, Joyce Reagan, and Albert Stika homes.

nov. 29, 1962

Vernon D. Slocombe, 66 of Wichita, died Monday night an hour and a half after he was involved in a traffic accident. He is a brother of S. A. Stovall of Peabody and grew up in this community.

Seaman Gary Thornton called his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Thornton, Sunday, saying he is back at Long Beach, Calif. after being overseas the past 8 months.

A mixed ensemble directed by John Walton presented “Sophomore Philosophy” and “You’ll Never Walk Alone” at PTA Monday night.

NOV. 27, 1912

Miss Blanche Lauck was in Marion on Saturday.

Miss Bessie Skinner visited Friday evening and Saturday with friends in Wichita.

A Japanese store is opening in the old Herald stand, and screens, kimonos, and crockery will soon be in evidence.

Dec. 1, 1887

J. H. Morse’s thoroughbred Jersey cow died this morning of milk fever.

The rumor of starting a dancing club is still being agitated.

Harriet Beecher Stowe’s version of “Uncle Tom’s Cabin” will be given Saturday night.

 

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