60 years ago
march 7, 1963
“Dead Man’s Bridge” north of Marion, which has been closed for several months since being washed out during heavy rains last fall, will be replaced with a new corrugated metal, bolted plate culvert, county engineer James Meisner says.
A Burns girl, Mary Margaret Teter, won a $150 prize as state winner of a beef cook-off Saturday at Kansas State University.
Mrs. Bill Caselman has accepted a position of Marion city librarian.
Randall R. Pope, born and raised in Durham, is a landscape architect for the National Park Service and recently received a promotion for his work at Grand Teton National Park near Moose, Wyoming.
Prokop Svitak, Marion, received $50 Wednesday afternoon at the Marion Cash Day drawing. Also present to collect money were Edith C. Druse, $5, and Lydia Schroer, Marion, $10. Sue Graybeal, Marion, missed $15, and Sid Moore, Marion, missed $5.
Mrs. Gerald Kline and her infant son, Kimberly Dean, were honored guests at a baby shower Sunday at the home of Mrs. Leroy Winters. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Winters and her co-hostesses, Mrs. Robert Oller, Mrs. Richard Vogel, and Mrs. William Carr.