45 years ago
aug. 17, 1977
Records at the city clerk’s office indicate 24 new homes have been constructed in Marion in the past 18 months. In addition, City Clerk Lucille Britain says, many more, as well as some commercial buildings, are proposed for the near future.
“Let’s All Pull Together” will be the theme of Old Settlers Day. The day will include a parade, noon picnic, afternoon program, and games for kids and adults.
Leona Meisinger’s 20 years of work at the Marion Duckwall’s store were celebrated Saturday when she was honored with a surprise party. She received a jeweled Bulova wristwatch with a Duckwall’s emblem containing two diamonds and a ruby attached to the band and watch.
This week’s Personality Profile feature recognizes Lola Razor, Marion resident and longtime teacher in Marion County.
An event described as a “non-dinner theatre” will be presented Friday and Saturday at Marion County Lake Hall. It will feature a cast including Sandra Bridges, David Bryant, Janet Bryant, Jim McPheeters, David Stroud, and Sue Williams. They are known as the Mud Creek Players. The play to be presented is “The Unicorn in the Garden” by James Thurber.
Members of Marion High School Class of 1952 gathered Saturday afternoon in Central Park for visiting and refreshments and later went to the VFW building, where they had dinner.
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