Compiled from past issues

march 19, 2003

Scout and Jane Austin have joined Dickens as bookstore cats at Jackrabbit Hollow.

Marilyn Holt of Abilene will speak on “Linoleum, Better Babies, and the Modern Farm Woman” at the next Peabody Main Street Series, “How Does Your Garden Grow?”

Martha Fost Wolfgram, 90, died Feb. 8, 2003, at Wesley Homes Health Care Center in Des Moines, Iowa. She was the only child of Andrew and Ethel Zirkle Fost. She graduated from Peabody High School in 1930.

March 17, 1988

Glenn Cunningham, one of the legendary American middle distance runners of half a century ago and former Peabody resident, died last Thursday, apparently of a heart attack.

Willard Jewell, son of William Fredrick and Harriet Woolrich Jewell was born April 5, 1905, near Dodgeville, Wisc. Funeral services were held at the Peabody United Methodist Church on Monday, March 11, 1988, at 2 p.m.

Jay Gfeller announces the arrival of his brother, Michael Lynn, born Monday Feb. 29 at St. Francis Regional Medical Center, Wichita.

march 14, 1963

Farrel McCauley, instrumental music instructor at Peabody schools for the past two years, tendered his resignation Monday. He has accepted a similar position in the new Frederick Remington High School now being built near Brainerd.

Alice Schupp, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Schupp of Peabody, was one of those listed on the Deans Scholastic Honor Roll for the first semester at Beloit College, Beloit, Wisc.

Retiring directors of Peabody Cooperative Equity Exchange are Charles Eberhard, Harvey Gaines, and Ellis Craney.

march 12, 1913

The American Jersey Cattle Club of New York city has appointed C. F. Stone of Peabody as a judge of the dairy breeds of cattle at different state fairs. Three years ago, Mr. Stone himself had the best herd of Holsteins in America.

D. H. Wenger sold four carloads of heifers for $8.50 which is believed to be the highest sale ever made in these yards. — Drovers Telegram

Arnold Berns of Peabody says “there are fewer cattle in the feed lots in Marion County now than ever known before at the season of the year.”

march 17, 1888

C. R. Thoburn will occupy the Methodist pulpit tomorrow morning.

Wm. Ireland’s new residence north of the Baptist church is nearing completion.

D. J. Roberts has put a fine new glass front for his new drug store on the corner of Second and Walnut.

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