25 years ago
september 11, 1986
Max Hayen, appraiser, announces that three employees, Jan Gradert, Joan Watkins, and Weston Pitts, will make up the staff in the new reappraisal office at the annex building to the Marion County Courthouse
Sherry Bergeson, math teacher at Florence Middle School, was killed Thursday when a trailer, being pulled by a truck, went out of control and smashed into her car. The resulting 3-car pileup occurred four miles north of Florence on U.S. 77.
A block party was enjoyed Saturday evening at the June Jost home. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Brookens, Nathan, Andrew, and Justin, Connie Rogers, Jeremy, Amber, and Adam, Janis Maggard and Charlie, Helen Maggard, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Rempel, Mr. and Mrs. Alden Slusser, Norma Woerz, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wilcox, Mr. and Mrs. Max Hayen, and Jan Martin, Josh, Seth, Gabe, Sarah, and Noah.
Roger “Bud” Hannaford was elected president of the Kansas Land Title Association at their 79th annual meeting Thursday through Sunday at the Hilton East in Wichita.
Msgr. Arthur Tonne has done it again. His fourth volume of humor, “Jokes Priests Can Tell,” is off the press and in the marketplace. Volume 4 offers 506 jokes, fully indexed and cross-indexed, for reference use as well as personal enjoyment.