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december 28, 1967

Final winners in the last week of prize awards by the Marion Chamber of Commerce last Thursday evening were Greg Carlson, who won a big game; Dennis Hamm, basketball and goal; Debra Ratzloff, big stuffed tiger; and Daryl Enos, transistor radio.

Nancy Groneman, Lincolnville, has been selected as a candidate for “Miss Sunflower,” the yearbook queen at Kansas State Teachers College, Emporia. Miss Groneman is a junior Business Education major.

Judy Broadstreet, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Broadstreet, and Helen Jackson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Jackson, have been selected to tour Europe next summer with the Friends University Singing Quakers.

Coast Guard Cadet Norman Bowers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bowers of Marion, has completed his first semester of the sophomore year at the Coast Guard Academy, New London, Connecticut.

Marion Mashers won their first game in the Newton Industrial League last Thursday, defeating Ward Texaco on the local court, 95-75.

Howard Link, salesman for Marion Motor Center, has been honored by being selected to the exclusive “100 Club,” a nationwide organization of Lincoln-Mercury salesmen. His record places him in among the top third of all Mercury salesmen.

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