Pictured in this issue catching some Sunday sun in Central Park are Joan Winter and her young son Todd. Balancing them on the other end of the teeter-totter was Todd’s daddy Earl.
Marion High School girls have broken six school records in track and field events this season. New records are as follows: Molly Ferrell broke her old record in the hurdles with a 16.1. She also broke her own 440 record with a time of 62.9. Jandee Smith broke her old record in the 100-yard dash with a new time of 11.8. She also broke her 220-yard record with a time of 27.6. The 440-relay team of Bryant, Ferrell, Colburn and Smith set a new record of 53.2. And, the 880-relay team, composed of the same four girls, set a new record of 1:51.9.
The Personality Profile for this week features Jerry Hett. The article tells his life story and about how his family, wife Peggy and their six children—Bob, Gary, Jerry Ray, Lori, and David—make decisions in a group.
First place winners in a recent Cub Scout physical fitness contest were Devin Kelsey, Craig Mueller, and Mike Bina. Darrin Jost, Dale Heidebrecht, and Chris Meierhoff took second place honors and David Tripp, Mark Raleigh, and Jay Christensen were third.
Joseph Alan Ragole, 23, of Marion has accepted an engineering position with Sperry Flight Systems in Phoenix, Ariz. He is a 1972 graduate of Marion High School and a December graduate of Kansas State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ragole of Marion are his parents.