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MEMORIES: 25 years ago

The nativity scene in Central Park needs five more pieces to complete the set which has been donated by Aid Association for Lutherans. Needed are three wise men at $965 each, a reclining camel for $1,195, and a standing camel for $1,595.

Births announcements include those of Elias Jesus, son of Rick and Joan Moya of Tacoma, Washington; Zan Michael, son of Richard and Vickie Fine of Florence; Sara Jolene, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Morgan of Hutchinson; and Jonathan Aaron, son of Warren and Lorie Goldsmith of Peabody.

Marion’s volleyball team placed three players on the 1989 CVL All-League team. Kristy Herbel, senior hitter and Merri Greene, sophomore hitter, were named to the first team. Tara Abbott, senior hitter/setter was named to the second team.

Airman Eric Pippin was named a basic training honor graduate by the Air National Guard after completing basic training at Lackland AFB, Texas. Pippin is a graduate of Marion High School and the son of Dean Pippin of Marion and Jane McAdoo of Sioux City, Iowa.

Marion football players placing on the CVL All-League team were Calvin Hett, senior, first team guard on offense and end on defense and senior Jason Allison, first team tackle on offense. Senior Dean Snelling was named all-league punter and senior Phil Humphries, all-league place kicker.

Last modified Nov. 6, 2014