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october 6, 1982

A picture on the front page shows Smoky Hill Construction Co. workers installing the four-foot diameter steel tube that will carry Luta Creek water through the earth fill that replaces the concrete bridge on Main Street.

A picture on the second page shows Sarah Powell as she hands Beverly Jirak two trays of hot homemade pecan and cinnamon rolls for the Record staff to enjoy on the Ol’ Thing’s 113th birthday.

The engagement of Carol Diane Gill to Randal Boyd Vogel is announced by their parents. A Nov. 13 wedding is planned at South Hutchinson United Methodist Church.

Susan Higgins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Higgins of Marion, earned top honors and achieved the highest score of all shooters in the annual Texas Invitational Rifle Tournament held Sept. 25 in Austin, Texas.

Students in grades 1-5 at Florence Elementary School are reviewing the first edition of an eight-page newspaper that involves all the students telling their parents and the school more about their daily activities.

Ann Hanschu of the county lake displays gigantic iceberg winter radishes grown by her brother-in-law, Richard Snelling of Florence. The biggest one weighs over 3 pounds.

Five former teachers were among those present when former students and teachers of Sunflower School District 24 met Sunday at the Marion County Lake. Teachers present were Mildred Thies, Frances Hett, Cleo Tipton, Winifred Conyers, and Betty Bernhardt.

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