100 years ago
february 26, 1920
All persons contemplating placing memorial windows in the new Christian church will do well to see Albert Wolfe, representing the St. Joe Art Glass Co., who will be at the Christian church next Sunday with samples.
The whole community felt the shock of sorrow last Friday morning at the news that George McKay had lost in his heroic fight with the dread disease, flumonia.
The following are driving new Fords purchased from Stout Motor Co. the past week: Albert Grimes, Fred Mehlinger, Alfred Sharrai, John Powell, all touring cars; Chas. Grosse, sedan; O.J. Allen, roadster.
Workmen have cut a door into the Chamber of Commerce room from Third street, so that entrance can be had directly from the street.
Dr. and Mrs. Eye will leave Marion shortly, as soon as the doctor can arrange his business affairs, and will move to California where they expect to make their permanent home. The change is occasioned by the ill health of Dr. Eye. The unusual strain of the past two winters of caring for his practice having impaired his health.
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