The Peabody Township Library has repaired its microfilm reader, so the “125 years ago” category will return next week .

Compiled from past issues

Oct. 9, 2002

Doug Cole and his wife, Teresa, will open the Dairy Crème on 9th Street next week.

Peabody native Ron Slaymaker will be inducted into the Kansas Sports Hall of Fame Saturday at breakfast on the Emporia State University campus.

Those attending a reunion of the Peabody High School class of 1957 included Galen Graham, Wesley Bentz, Melvin Weems, Delores Buell Hordeski, Carmen Fisher South, Juanita Thach Watson, Barbara Palmer Jesseph, Loren Hodel, and Jack Kirkpatrick.

OCT. 5, 1987

Sara Cook, daughter of the Ray Cook, won first place in the first-to-third grade dash at the Old Settlers Day.

The first frost of the season came Saturday morning.

Harold Ashley Rood, retired Peabody businessman, died Friday, Oct. 2, at age 87.

OCT. 4, 1962

Final approval of $125,000 in Hill Burton matching funds for the construction of the Peabody Convalescent Hospital was made this week.

Mr. and Mrs. Alan Mellott are parents of a son, born Sept. 20 at Bethel Hospital in Newton. He weighed 7 lbs. 7 ½ oz. and has been named David Gene.

John Jacobs, former Peabody High School football team star, now the mainstay of the Baker University offense, rushed for 213 yards and scored three touchdowns Friday night as Baker defeated Sterling College.

Oct. 2, 1912

The expenses of the Whitewater team, amounting to $16.25, was all it cost for 2000 people to see the opening game of the football season and the result was 62-0 in favor of Peabody.

Well marked, high-grade Barred Plymouth Rock cockerals now selling for $1 for your choice while they last. If you want any, now is your time. C. C. Carey

Irene Joerg, Will Irelan, Louise Stovall, and Ed Robinson attended the Hutchinson Fair together last Wednesday.

 

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