70 years ago
October 14, 1948
A business transaction was culminated this week when Marion Creamery Company bought the complete plant, real estate, equipment, and business of Brose Brothers cold storage locker plant. Extensive renovation and repair is planned. Not included in the transaction was the Brose wholesale beer franchise and truck equipment.
Burial services will be Sunday for Pvt. Robert W. Haas, son of Mr and Mrs. W.J. Haas, who was killed Oct. 4, 1944, in a mopping up action on Anguar, an island in the Palau group, will be held Sunday at Thompson Funeral Home.
Marion Equipment Company, Inc., dealers for International Harvester Company, has been sold to brothers, A.C., Erwin, and Victor Lewerenz, of Lincolnville who will take over the dealership Nov. 1.
Marion Civic Theatre, a group of local people with acting and play productions on its mind and cultural improvement of the town as a goal, had its first meeting Thursday evening in the City Building basement.
Among new car deliveries at the Paul Seifert Motor Company are a new Chevrolet Fleetmaster four-door sedan to Edward Good and a new Buick Super Sedanette to Reinhardt Steinle
The “M” Club, composed of four senior lettermen and six junior lettermen, held their election Thursday. Chosen as officers were Don Fruechting, president; Kerns Allen, vice president; and Leslie Powell Jr., secretary-treasurer. Mr. Ireland is their sponsor.
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