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Many have experienced the trepidation of standing behind teenage boys in a potluck dinner line, but Noal Reynolds, left, Adrian Groff, and Thomas Smith demonstrate reasonable restraint as they fill their plates at a Sunday back-to-school bash put on by Peabody United Methodist Church.
Organizers of the newly established Marion County Historical Society met last week in Burns and visited its historic schoolhouse. District No. 156-65 opened in fall 1905. Combining four schools, it was the first consolidated grade and high school in Kansas and was legalized through a bill passed by Kansas state legislature. In 1965, Burns was unified with Peabody and became Peabody-Burns District 398.
New Tabor College freshman Kara Schlotthauer of Fairview, Oklahoma carefully works around a stained glass angel as she cleans windows Saturday at Marion Historical Museum.
Jordan Pope zeros in on a pass last week at Peabody-Burns football practice. Coach David Pickens is looking for numerous pieces to fall into place before an opening game home battle Sept. 1 against Rural Vista.