60 years ago
november 3, 1955
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Behrendt and sons, Steven and Lloyd, at 211 South Freeborn is this week’s featured new residence in Marion. Builder of the attractive home was Fred Foth.
E.D. and M.B. Landau, owners and operators of three other theaters in Kansas, are the new owner-operators of Kaw Theatre. They will announce a number of changes and improvements as soon as they hire a resident manager-operator.
“Tiger on His Toes,” will be presented Nov. 8 by the junior class of Marion High School. Mrs. Ruby Reed is the director. Featured roles will be played by Warren Gardner, John Minear, Margie Bernhardt, Wayne Bratton, Margaret McClain, Pat Dixon, Mary Lou Conyers, Bob Eckstrom and Dee Cheek.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bredemeier announce the engagement of their daughter, Nova Louise, to Merle Dean Bruner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bruner. No wedding date has been set.
If the weather will permit, concrete work being done on the Central Park tennis courts will be completed in the next few days. A delay of several hours was occasioned by the Halloween prank of a number of boys throwing dirt on some fresh concrete. The courts are being renovated for winter as well as summer use.