70 years ago
april 12, 1951
West Dairy, supplier of raw milk and cream to Marion customers since 1914, has been certified as a Grade A producer by the Marion County Health Department after many months of negotiations on the part of Mr. West, the department, and the city commission.
Marion Community Athletic Association has completed plans for the months of activity ahead and reports Keith Mueller of Durham will return again this year as the summer youth program activity director. The program will start June 18 and will have six teams in the midget baseball league.
Margaret McClain was honored with a birthday party Friday afternoon at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed McClain. Guests were Mary Lou Conyers, Jan Blackwelder, Jeannie Kline, Rita Miser, Lavina Kroeker, Carolyn Smith, Johnsie Just, Margaret Williams, Pat Dixon, Betty Mathews, Maurita Starkey, Lois Maltbie, Elda Marie Pankratz, Joyce Ubben, and Marjie Bernhardt.
The administrative board of School District 57R is advertising the sale at public auction April 23 of the school houses and outbuilding of the Red Top School, located north of Durham, the Geis School, located west of Durham, and Pleasant Valley, also located west of Durham.
Marion people among those in Wichita Tuesday evening for the Jose and Amparo Iturbi twin piano concert at the Forum were Mr. and Mrs. S.W. Gound, Mr. and Mrs. John Riddle, Dr. and Mrs. G.J. Goodsheller, Mrs. Roger Hannaford, Mrs. Bert McCullough, Mrs. Bill Ward, Mrs. Ira Newcomer, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Batt, Dr. and Mrs. T.C. Ensey, Mary Margaret Hannaford, and Alice Ward.
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Ehrlich entertained the following boys at dinner Monday evening in celebration of the 16th birthday anniversary of their son, Robert: Tommy Druse, Donnie Kline, Homer Mohn, Max Hayen, Harold Shields, Leonard Smith, Ronnie Post, John Childs, and Wayne Hett.
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