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march 5, 1964

The play, “Balcony Scene” will be presented by Marion High School students Monday at the annual Cottonwood Valley League speech and drama festival at Peabody. The cast includes Chris Hauser, Mary Konarik, Max Jackson, Donna Hanschu, Joan Magee, Connie Warneke, Dick Hamlin, and Tom Tucker.

The A-1 Café has opened in Marion in the former location of the Metzler Café at Main and Freeborn. Operated by Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Hoffner, the café features hamburgers, short orders, and five-cent coffee.

Mr. and Mrs. Mark L. Gardner of Louisburg announce the engagement of their daughter, Marjorie Lois, to Mickey W. Summervill, of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Summervill of Marion. A June wedding is planned.

Mr. and Mrs. Harold J. Wiens of Marion are the proud parents of twin daughters whom they have named Loraine Fae and Loreen Kae. The girls arrived at St. Luke Hospital Feb. 28.

Marion High School Warriors won the district championship held here Friday but met defeat at the hands of Osage City in the regional tournament on Wednesday. Warriors are Roger Frans, Maurice Williams, Chris Hauser, Richard Swanson, Larry Ensey, Doug Bass, George Jackson, Gene Schimpf, Max Jackson, and Dick Hamlin.

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