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january 28, 1965

Effective with publication of an ordinance in this issue of the Record, Marion officials are trying out an 11 p.m. curfew hour for minors under the age of 19.

As part of a nationwide program, the Marion Junior Chamber of Commerce has picked Miss Irma Wymore, English and dramatics teacher at Marion High School, as their entry in the “Outstanding Young Teacher” competition.

What is reported to be the first suburban jewelry store in Marion County will open Tuesday when Kenneth Heinz reopens his jewelry store in his home a half mile east of town.

Winners in the Litterbug Poster Contest for 4th, 5th, and 6th graders were Laura Brose, Janet Stika, Kendall Helmer, Terry Frans, Steve Fillip, and Ruth Morse.

God’s Volunteers, a visitation and preaching evangelism team that includes a popular and talented Marion girl, Anita Schlehuber, will be conducting a Crusade for Christ in the two Marion-area Baptist churches the first two weeks of February.

Four Marion youth make up a new musical combo that has been entertaining the younger crowd recently. They call themselves “The Rebels” and include Pat Costello, Jim Magee, and Wally Slusser on electric guitars and Rod Oelschlager on drums.

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