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Peabody Farm Service partners Chuck Mead, Darcy Pease, and Liz Clark spent the weekend creating a scarecrow for the upcoming Peabody Scarecrow Festival. They welded old car parts together for their scarecrow and dressed him as an auto mechanic. Under his lawnmower tire hat is a Freon canister head with pistons for eyes, a thermostat for a nose, and brake pad for his mouth. He sports two mufflers for his chest, welded to a creeper for his torso, and exhaust pipe for his arms and legs. Mead, Clark, and Pease say he just may hang around for upcoming holidays and other community events.
Katy Benson (left) and Brandon Entz stand victorious with flowers and football in hand after they were announced Peabody-Burns homecoming king and queen at Friday's game.
Head coach David Pickens talks to the Peabody-Burns football team during a timeout. The Warriors defeated the Flint Hills Mustangs 62-12, ending the game in the third quarter.
Mike Fedor of Arlington, Texas, works on his airplane at the HAFFA Free Flight/NFFS National Cup event, which was Oct. 3 at Marion Municipal Airport. People from many different states attended the event.