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August 9, 1995

Two Korean War veterans, Roger “Bud” Hannaford and Alex Case, and their wives traveled to the nation’s capital last week to attend dedication ceremonies of the Korean War Memorial.

Mike Padgett has joined the staff at Central National Bank as a loan officer. He formerly was a branch manager for a national finance company in Lawton, Oklahoma.

The a cappella group, 8:1 (Eight Men, One Voice), will perform Saturday on Luta Creek Stage, Central Park, as part of Marion Chamber of Commerce sponsored Summerfest ’95.

Korean journalists, editors of multimillion circulation newspapers, are pictured standing in front of the Marion County Record office with Bill Meyer and journalism professors from the University of Kansas. The group of Koreans has been attending a seminar at the William Allen White School of Journalism at Lawrence and visiting newspapers in the state.

Brendan Sager’s column “Eating Around Marion County” continues this week with an article about Ed and Shirley Flaming, who are pictured standing behind the cash register at their Red Barn Café on K-15 on the north side of Durham. Staff at the Red Barn includes Avis Rader, Ann Sommerfeld, and Julie Franz.

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