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january 26, 1977

Construction progresses on the new worm business building on west Main Street. The business is operated by Dan Opper and Mike Whitney. It is being enlarged from the basement of the building to include a new first-story-level steel structure.

Forty-six were present Friday noon when Margaret Ehrlich took over as president of the Marion Chamber of Commerce for 1977.

Ed Hett, son of Mr. and Mrs. John D. Hett, was notified this week that he has been accepted as a student at the University of Kansas Medical Center in Kansas City.

Rosse Case, fourth generation in the firm of Case and Son Insurance at Marion, is the featured person in this week’s Personality Profile.

Community members participated in a leadership exercise led by Les Frazier, extension specialist from Manhattan, in a workshop last week organized by Marion’s PRIDE committee. Sixty persons gathered for dinner and a 2½-hour leadership training session.

Max Gough of Erie has been hired as Marion County emergency medical services director effective Feb. 15. It was decided at a Monday meeting of Marion County commissioners by a unanimous vote of commissioners Ed Broz, Elmer Uphoff, and M.P. Thompson. In other business, Broz moved to hire Harold Ewert as weed supervisor at an annual salary of $9,600 beginning Jan. 24.

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