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july 22, 2009

An article by Rowena Plett tells how refrigerated air conditioning never existed in private homes until around the 1950s. The article provides personal accounts of several persons’ memories before its arrival.

The Senior Center notes tell that the center’s van took 12 women to the Crown Uptown Dinner Theatre in Wichita July 9 to see the show, “Disney’s High School Musical.” Leonard Klassen drove the van.

4-H’er Elizabeth Meyer of rural Tampa is pictured as she unfolds the wings of a butterfly in preparation to display it in her entomology exhibit at the Marion County Fair.

The steel bridge that once spanned the Cottonwood River south of Marion Reservoir on Pawnee Rd. may have been removed, but its memory lives on in the form of a machine shed on the Dwight Kruse farmstead northwest of Marion. Kruse bought the bridge and he and his son, Jason, are in the process of using the parts in building a “bridge shed.”

Kaelyn Thierolf is pictured as she helps 4-year-old Chance Shults practice kicking during swim lessons at USD 408 Sports and Aquatic Center.

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