40 years ago
october 11, 1978
Larry Reiswig is pictured as he pours part of the final layer of Plexi-Pave onto the East Park tennis courts. George Jackson followed Reiswig with a squeegee smoothing the synthetic substance over the surface.
An article by Pam Vinduska, staff writer/photographer for this newspaper, is about Mildred (Mrs. Wilmer) Siebert, Morning Star correspondent for a number of years—20 is a rough guess, Siebert says.
Pictured with an article concerning National School Lunch Week are cooks Mary White and Irma Waner and Marion elementary students, Mike Loomis, April Ogden, and Marnie Bina, as they go through the lunch line.
Winnie and Clarence Conyers, owners of Conyers Flowers, are chosen subjects for this week’s “Personality Profile” by Ruth Meyer, special feature writer for the Marion County Record.
A special feature by high school sports editor David Colburn features John Brose and his nine-month-old Labrador retriever, Elizabeth. Liz, as her owner calls her, outperformed 21 other retrievers and received the “Marygol Challenge Trophy” given by the Kansas City Retrievers Club to the winner of the club’s puppy stakes field trials held the weekend of Sept. 30.
Mrs. Norman Plenert presented the program at the Oct. 2 meeting of 20th Century Club. She showed slides and described her trip to Europe last May with the Emporia State University choir.
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