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june 30, 1995

According to Jack Bruner, mayor of Burns and a dulcimer smith, he has the only dulcimer factory in the United States. His shop, Burns Guitars located on Broadway in Burns, also produces guitars and wall clocks

Jennifer Thole, daughter of Jon and Suzanne Thole, has accepted a full-time position as office manager in the University of Kansas Sports Information office in Lawrence. Thole is a 1990 graduate of Marion High School.

Linda and Doug Eshelman are pictured on the front page as they cut the ribbon at the grand opening of Stone Haven, a bed and breakfast they have opened in the former Arnold School in Florence.

Marion High School students Courtney Goering and Gabrielle Longhofer are attending Seven Days of Broadway, a music-theater camp at Bethel College.

An article by staff writer Brenden Sager features Harry Bennett, St. Luke Hospital’s “maintenance know-it-all and arm chair philosopher.”

Bennett is the maintenance man at St. Luke, but his realm extends far beyond just brooms and saws. He is a vital part of the workings of the hospital and, like the doctors, he’s often on call 24 hours a day.

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