35 years ago
july 2, 1975
After a wet and late spring, combines took to the fields in swarms this week in an attempt to salvage a crop that had been buffeted by adverse conditions. Hot, dry weather the first of the week helped to dry the grain and drain muddy fields.
Edwin G. Westerhaus, Marion attorney, was admitted, June 16, to practice before the United States Supreme Court in Washington, D.C. Only highly regarded attorneys are selected to practice before the high court.
The Marion PRIDE sign will now have its fifth blue ribbon. The award was presented Thursday at a luncheon in Topeka at the Ramada Inn.
If college English classes assigned topics like “How I Spent My Summer Vacation,” two Marion young women would have quite some tales to tell.” Teresa Costello and Debbie Enos are working for the Kansas Highway Department this summer, and work in working should be emphasized.
The list of vocalists who will make up the popular Swing Singer group this fall will include Kathy Edmunds, Cheryl Robinson, Khrista VanBuren, Kim Duke, Betsy Bowers, Lori Schmidtberger, Nancy Wood, Michelle Mellott, Rhonda Williams, Kevin Fruechting, Mark Ottensmeier, Randy Just, Tim Zerger, Rick Just, Steve Smith, Jay Wealand, Gary Boyle, and David Colburn.
Fellowship Meals, a thrice-weekly lunch program for people 60 and over, will begin at noon July 14 at the Hilltop Manor Community Room.