25 years ago
march 20, 1991
Marion Chamber of Commerce has planned eight events at Central Park and Marion County Lake this summer, featuring everything from bagpipes to boat races and jazz to rock music.
Marion High School art department students competed in an art skills contest March 13 at Bethany College, Lindsborg, taking second place. Leslie Sieger was first in pen and ink; Kelli Hajek, first in jewelry making; Lori Tice, second in pencil drawing; Bryan Padgham, third in collage; and Dana Spencer, second in sculpture.
The engagement of Jacquelyn Sue Ingels and Joseph Paul Palic, both of Marion, is announced this week by her parents, Jack and Joyce Richmond. The couple plans to be married April 27 in St. John Nepomucene Catholic, Pilsen.
Marion Lions Club vice president Larry Gultz is pictured as he presents Marion optometrist Dr. Caleb Abbott with a certificate of appreciation for his work with the Lions Club sight program.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wiens and granddaughter, Sarah Crofoot, attended the Wichita Symphony’s spring concert Sunday in Wichita. Another granddaughter, Jennifer Wiens, is a member of the symphony
Marion County Park and Lake Superintendent Dale Snelling is working on a plan to improve the old fish rearing ponds south of the lake dam.