55 years ago
april 29, 1965
Mrs. Ray Roberts is pictured with a few favorites of her most unusual collection of literally hundreds of dolls. She will display a portion of them and tell an interesting story of each at the Community Guild meeting May 3.
Karen Kline, a recent graduate of Vernon’s School of Cosmetology, Wichita, will be taking appointments at R.K. Beauty Shop in Marion.
D.W. Longenecker, Newton, received $50 at Wednesday afternoon’s Cash Days drawing. Mrs. Leland Chizek, Lincolnville, missed $10; Ed Spohn, Tampa, missed $10; Wilbur Razor Marion, received $5; and Don Allen, Marion, missed $20.
Marion High School cheerleaders chosen for next year are Judy Pankratz, Toni McElwain, Pat Warneke, Susan Yeagley, and Roxanne Zerger.
A fine new addition for the safety of parishioners of St. John Nepomucene Catholic Church in Pilsen is hand rails for the front steps. Constructed and installed by Henry Jirak and son Sylvin, paint was furnished by Mr. Krotz.
An 18-year-old Goessel Future Farmer of America, Myron Schmidt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schmidt, has been named “Star Farmer of Kansas” for 1965. The Schmidt dairy operation includes around 100 dairy cows and heifers.
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