|School prepares for Cain production|
|Written by thillman|
|Wednesday, January 16, 2013 5:24 PM|
January 17, 1963
50 years ago
It has been reported by Ohio County Commissioners that last week’s heavy rains washed out the concrete on the downstream side of the Hartford Crossing. A pool of water was gushing around the crossing and commissioners feared the entire crossing would be washed away if it was not repaired soon. This was the first heavy rain and first high water at the location since the crossing was completed last fall.
Rehearsals for a class play have been underway for the past three weeks by members of the Senior Class. The play, a three-act comedy farce, will be presented in the high school auditorium on Saturday, Jan. 2. Gerald Johnson is director of the play which has the title “The Able Miss Cain.” Rita Brown has the leading role with members of the cast including: Leslie VanTyle, Sue Taylor, Bob Palmer, Sandra Speier, Diane Gossom, Mary Lou Teke, Eddie Swinford, Joan Pence, Bill Buchanan, Kay Koons, Connie Walton, Wayne Miller and Susan Broadus. Stage managers are Jerry Monroe and Kenny Sharp, and Kay Koons is student director. Properties will be in the charge of Connie Grace, and Elizabeth Cook is prompter. Ruby New and Judy Davis are preparing tickets and programs and will have charge of advertising.
Members of the United Church of Christ will be greeting their new minister Sunday, Jan. 20 during the morning services. He is Rev. Ned A. Meckstroth.
Acting Principal Gerald Johnson this week returned a contract to the Indiana High School Athletic Association accepting the 1963 basketball tournament for the high school. This is the fourth consecutive year the local school has been host for the sectional tournament. Participating teams in addition to the host school will include Aurora, Lawrenceburg, North Dearborn, Patriot, Vevay and Dillsboro.
Senator Vance Hartke learned this week he has been appointed a member of the National Distinguished Guests Committee of the American Legion.
Announcement was made this week of the appointment of John Roeder of Bright as principal of Rising Sun High School. Roeder is a native of Switzerland County. He graduated from Milan High School in 1949 and Franklin College in 1953. The 31-year old principal is a former teacher and athletic coach of Patriot High School.
With all the many trading stamps available, the band has produced their own form of stamps for a money making project. Called the “Shiner Stamp,” the bright blue and gold insignia contains a noble Shiner saying, “We give Shiner stamps.” Now comes the question “What do the Shiners give stamps for?” At any rate these decals are available from all band members at 25 cents each.
I.G.A. Specials: ground beef, 2 lbs. for 95 cents; white potatoes, 10 lbs. for 49 cents; Sunkist oranges, dozen for 69 cents. IGA ice cream, all flavors of ½ gallon for 69 cents. Grocery is located at the corner of Main and Poplar streets; phone number is 20.
Births: to Mr. and Mrs. Harold See, a daughter born Jan. 10 in DCH weighing 6 lbs. 10 oz and named Lisa Carole; to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Horton, a daughter born Jan. 9 and has been named Roberta Lee.
January 16, 1958
Announcement was made by the Whitlatch Clinic in Milan that the staff will erect a new clinic and move to Ludlow Hill near Lawrenceburg.
The Rising Sun High School Band will make their first appearance in their new gray and black uniforms at the half of the Shiner-Hanover game Friday.
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