40 YEARS AGO
november 19, 1980
Quick Draw world champion Larry Lalouette will entertain farmers and stockmen at the annual Marion Chamber of Commerce steak feed Monday at the Marion City Building. The Marion High School Swing Singers and Lalouette will present a program in the auditorium following the meal.
Ron Cork and Phyllis Melton of the Marion Chamber of Commerce are pictured as they present “first dollar” plaques to Norman Rowe, new owner of the Dine Inn Café, and Kathy and Bob Sprowls, new owners of Kingfisher’s Inn.
Trent Crissup of Cedar Point will be one of the featured performers when the Opry show “Ozark Jamboree’ is presented at Burlington Saturday. Trent, son of Mrs. Carl Evans of Cedar Point, sings, fiddles, plays bass guitar and has the lead in many of the pieces that will be presented during the program.
Seven Marion High School students were selected for the district choir in auditions at Wichita’s North High School Nov. 1. Those selected were Gena Helmer, Jan Nuss, Lisa Richmond, Cindy Heerey, Greg Boyle, Paul Loney and Brad Seifert.
Kenneth Vinduska, general manager of Roundup Enterprises, Hillsboro, since 1978, has been named vice president of operations.
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