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december 24, 1964

Donna Douglas, 10-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Douglas of Marion, is owner of “King,” the black and white pony given by the Chamber of Commerce as first prize in the annual drawings for children in the area.

Other winners in the drawing were Tom McLinden, pool table game; Mike Klose, Varoom motor; Linda Bernhardt, Ken and Barbie set; and Jeannie Widler, Barbie.

A grand opening date of Jan. 2 has been set of Jackson’s Clothing Store. The new store will occupy the entire frontage of the former Oyer building on the southeast corner of the Third and Main intersection.

Signs of the Times: Albert Stenzel has a placard on the front of his Standard station that reads, “Help fight the war on poverty, trade here.” And, Bud Pierce, whose Conoco station is also the B.F. Goodrich store, has one on his window that proclaims his place to be “Little David’s.”

The annual New Year’s Day “wolf hunt” will be held again this year on Jan. 1 at Youngtown. Hunters are to meet at the Youngtown corner at 10 a.m. A noon meal is to be served at Walt Hayen’s by the Happy Hustlers 4-H Club, sponsors of the event.

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