100 years ago
july 17, 1913
Marion County gets into the big wheat yield game again this year. The county as a whole had a big crop, and some yields are great. The biggest yield yet reported was on the G.C. Coble piece southeast of town. One field of 185 acres yielded 7,644 bushels, an average of 41.3 bushels per acre.
The Pantle Hardware store got in a carload of silos the past week selling them to J.J. Siebert, west of town, Geo. L. Bower south of town, and Wm Koegeboehn east of town.
Miss Mary L. Winkley and Mr. Jesse W. Anderson were married Tuesday afternoon at the Christian parsonage, Rev. Wilson officiating. They will live on the Winkley home farm four miles southwest of town. The Record joins their many friends in wishing them happiness and prosperity.
A party of young people had a very enjoyable picnic at Chingawasa on Friday. They took Mr. E.L. Snider along to look after them. The following composed the party: Beth and Edna Frazer Esther Mollohan, Lucile Burkholder, Eulalia, Retta, Marie, and Eddie Kuhn, Gerald Taylor, Hazel Custer, Clyde Gilchrist, Mary Thies and Jae Beaston.
Miss Elizabeth Apel has been elected to membership in the faculty of the Hays State Normal School. She will teach German and probably some English.