35 years ago
december 15, 1982
Feebie Holdeman and her son, Nathan Smith, are pictured during ribbon-cutting ceremonies Friday morning at their new downtown offices for Marion Shelter Insurance. Others on hand for the ceremony were Chamber of Commerce president Larry Loomis, chamber executive secretary Marsha Ames, Mayor Peggy Blackman, and state and regional managers of Shelter Insurance, Bob Solon and Marilyn Robb.
Art Holmes of Marion will get a chance to tell central Kansas television viewers about his wooden car factory next week. Holmes said a reporter from KTVH, Wichita-Hutchinson, caught wind of his work through an article in the Dec. 1 Marion County Record.
Dear Santa: My name is Brad. I have been a good boy. I want a football helmet, uniform, and pads for Christmas. I am 5. Love, Brad Druse.
Les Fruechting and Jack Whisler, who are pictured on the front page, were two of more than 20 who took part in the annual Christmas dinner of the Marion County Planning Commission Friday evening at the Tabor College cafeteria.
Dear Santa, Please bring me a semi suitcase, a backhoe tractor, a radio control car, and a Pac-man game. And please bring my little cousin, Charlie, a toy. We’ve been good. Please tell all your rein deers have a Merry Christmas. I love you, Kevin Marler.
The South Hutchinson United Methodist Church was the setting Nov. 13 for the wedding of Carol Diane Gill and Randal Boyd Vogel.
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