45 years ago
nov. 15, 1978
St. John Nepomucene Catholic Church was filled to near capacity Sunday for a celebration marking 25 years of service to the parish by Monsignor Arthur J. Tonne.
Julia Fischer, English instructor at Marion High School, is subject of this week’s “Personality Profile.”
Loyd Savage and sons Rex and Ron went out to feed calves Saturday night. Before they were done, they had helped guide a pilot of a light airplane and his three passengers — lost in low-hanging clouds — to a safe landing at a Newton airport.
Five Marion Warriors have been named to the Cottonwood Valley League first-string football team. Players include halfback Casey Case, end Darin Helmer, tackle Jerry Hett, linebacker Jeff Richmond, and defensive back Darrell Waner.
Dave’s IGA publishes Thanksgiving savings that include 10- to 23-pound hen or tom turkeys at 79 cents a pound; center cut chuck roast, $1.09 a pound; and 6- to 9-pound whole, boneless hams, $2.19 a pound.
Mary Ann Kohls took a group of her students to Glenwood Manor in Kansas City for a dance workshop Sunday. Valerie Smith of Marion and Linda Schaffer and Stephanie Williams of Florence were among the group.
Last modified Nov. 9, 2023