35 years ago
april 7, 1982
The city commission accepted a proposal Monday afternoon from Stan Wood, Steve Moore, Jay Groves, and Don Rogers that the five men will construct a five-bay hangar building at the airport. They will pay for construction, their own utility bills, a nominal fee to the city for locating the hangar at the airport, carry their own insurance, and sign a 30-year lease. The lease will have 10-year options and at the end of 30 years, the building will belong to the city.
Parents of twins are planning a local organization. Called Twin Club, the first meeting will be held April 26 at Valley United Methodist Church. Parents of twins from all towns in the area are invited to attend.
A growing number of cases of head lice have recently been detected in Marion County. County Health Nurse Grace Utting requests that parents examine their children for indications of infestation.
John van-Schagen, an FFA exchange student from The Netherlands, is here to learn about the American way of farming and Kansas lifestyles. He is staying with the Steven Krispense family and will remain at the Krispense farm until September.
Engagements announced in this issue are those of Michelle Helmer of Hillsboro and Stephen Glahn of McPherson and Christine Suzanne Ellis of Redding, California, and Timothy Jon Zerger of Marion.