50 YEARS AGO
november 4, 1965
Another new business opened in Marion this week when Mrs. Lucille Smith started operating the Pizza Corner. The place of business is located in the former Marion Creamery building and is open every day except Thursday.
The 33rd annual Legion Carnival will start at 11 a.m. Veterans Day in the American Legion hall. There will be home cooked meals served all day with door prizes and games for all ages.
One of the popular attractions at the FHA mock homecoming game last Saturday night was “the cheerleaders,” whose dreamy costumes were “out of this world.” Among them were Darold Longhofer, Bob Good, Dennis Conyers, Dave Goertz, Bryan Alexander, Blair Post, Chuck Bredemeier, Doug Westerhaus, Lynn Applegate and Neil Osgood, who also was the mock homecoming king. Assistant “kings” were Kerry Domke, David Magee, and Norman Bowers.
Don’s Upholstery Clinic, owned and operated by Don Rittgers, this week announced the purchase of the building at 104 West Main and has moved his business to that location.
Pat Warneke, Roxanne Zerger, Judy Pankratz, Toni McElwain, and Susan Yeagley, cheerleaders at Marion High School, are planning to attend a cheerleading clinic in Manhattan Saturday. Mrs. Rex Wilson will accompany them.