70 years ago
july 7, 1949
Harold J. Keazer, young Marion businessman and World War II veteran, was sworn in Tuesday as postmaster for the city.
The Marion business office of the Southwestern Bell Telephone Company is moving to a new ground floor location at 113 South Third Street, second door south of the Farmers and Drovers Nation Bank.
Presentation of one of the most important and surely the most deserved award was made at the conclusion of the recent district baseball tourney.
The title of “heckling champion” went to Joe Burkert, who was dubbed the biggest, “mental hazard to umpires, players, and other spectators.”
Graveside services of Pfc Dietrick B. Rempel Jr., who lost his life in combat in Italy July 7, 1944, will be Saturday morning at the Marion cemetery,
Mr. and Mrs. Harold J. Wiens are pictured following their marriage June 26, 1949, at the Brudertal church. She is the former Miss Mary Ann Bartel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bartel. He is the son of Mrs. J.W. Wiens of Inman.
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