30 years ago
jan. 19, 1994
Connie Alvarez, head dietitian for Centre High School and her assistant, Inga Nordstrom, are pictured in a front page article about school lunch programs
Marion Chamber of Commerce ambassadors Jim Chamberland and Sally Hannaford are pictured as they present a “first dollar of profit” plaque to David and Vera Ryan, new owners of Country Inn.
Matt Clymer and Linnea Meek were crowned as Centre’s 1994 winter homecoming king and queen during ceremonies Friday evening.
Former Marionite Mike Steinel will be featured at a concert Friday by the University of North Texas Jazz Faculty Quintet at Hutchinson Community College. Steinel is leader of the quintet.
Retired Lost Springs postmaster Bob Bevan, who has lived in the Lost Springs community for many years, is featured in this week’s “They made a difference” column by Amy Smith.
Gov. Joan Finney has appointed Peggy Goertzen of Hillsboro to the State Historical Records Advisory Board. Goertzen is director of the Center of Mennonite Brethren Studies at Tabor College.
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