55 years ago
january 16, 1964
Roger Morse, Marion attorney, has purchased a downtown building in the 400 block of Main Street. It was formerly owned by Earl Linn and more recently by B.J. Allen. It housed the duck-pin bowling alley owned by Mrs. Earl Linn. The entire building will be remodeled and new heating and central air conditioning installed.
Janet Stika was guest of honor at a birthday party Tuesday evening after school. Helping her celebrate were Becky Wood, Teresa Case, Teresa Turk, Cynthia and Cindy Weddle, Dotty Lentz, Lisa Holmes, Jeannie Widler, Beverly Bowers, Vickie and Cora Klassen, and Rita Stika.
The West Side Motel will reopen in Marion soon, probably in about 10 days, according to Leroy Newton who will operate it. Mr. and Mrs. Newton and their children have moved to Marion and are busy cleaning, repairing, and otherwise getting the motel ready for business. They will handle groceries, as in the past.
Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Amick of Marion announce the engagement of their daughter, Virginia Kay to Albert Lee Steele, son of Mrs. Lula Steele of Neodesha.
An adult typing class for people of the community will have its first meeting Jan. 23 in the typing room of Marion High School. Commerce instructor Kenneth Harvey will supervise the course.
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