|Written by Wauneta Breeze|
|Thursday, 26 November 2015 00:00|
10 years ago this week
Nov. 24, 2005
Kindergarten through forth- grade youngsters at the Wauneta Attendance Center celebrated their annual Thanksgiving feast last week, recreating the feast shared between the Pilgrims and Wampanoag tribe members 384 years ago at Plymouth Colony in 1621. Natalie Ramirez and Eddie Bruder don Native American attire while first-grader Miranda Behrends attends the dinner dressed as a Pilgrim. Reese Troutman, Christi Christner and Paul Behrends enjoyed their turkey dinner served up by family members taking part in the special meal.
25 years ago this week
Nov. 29, 1990
Members of the Wauneta Chamber of Commerce will sponsor a decorating contest in Wauneta and plan to give away a VCR to a Wauneta shopper when Santa comes to town Dec. 22. The Wauneta Women of Today also have plans for the children prior to Santa’s visit.
50 years ago this week
Nov. 28, 1965
The Farm Records meeting announced last week for Nov. 30 has been postponed to Dec 16. Larry Bitney, Extension Economist, is in bed with the mumps. Mr. Bitney apologizes for the postponement but will be with us on the 16th of December.
Mrs. Clarence Christner entertained 12 ladies at her home Thursday evening at a canasta party.
75 years ago this week
Nov. 27, 1940
Mrs. Eliza Fanning will entertain the Grandmothers’ Circle at a 1:00 p.m. luncheon Friday of this week. The grandmothers are requested to be there on time.
100 years ago this week
Nov. 25, 1915
Yes, we all had chicken pie. We and a number of others got more than they wanted. Quite a number were sick during the night. People should be more careful when cooking up a quantity at a time.
One of the Barnard’s lost 10 head of cattle by the corn stalk route this week and S.B. Walker lost a horse. It is safer to keep your stock out of the corn stalks.
125 years ago this week
Nov. 27, 1890