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 Town Held Old Skater’s Reunion in 1982


Registration is underway for the Old Skater’s Reunion at the skating rink in Sunset Park this weekend. Skaters already registered include Susie Jeffrey Ward, Ginny Norfleet, Linda Schuck, Esther Magee, Kathleen Conner, David McIntosh, Oris Gosser, Marjorie Wampler, Nicki Biesecker, Charlene Jensen, Beth Fettinger, Carole Keats Younts, Maxine and Wendell Clark, Marion Adkins, George Flack, Lewis Veach, Bob and Bonnie Rhodes, Jerry Sipes, Mary Jones, Barbara Hill, Jack McIntosh, Anita Bowen McIntosh, Cindy Wilson, Joe Renfro, George Chew, Wayne Chew, Wally Schuck, Shannon Elmore, Ellen Hager, Patty Renfro, Tom Smith, Phyllis Magee, Bill Cox Jr., Lisa Cox, Needie Magee, Jean Ann Hill, Katherine Magee, Susie Blake, Linda Lashbrook, Bonnie Buckles, Karen Renfro, Emily Magee, Merrill (Stan) Magee, Lora Jensen, Susan Schaeffer, Janice Schaeffer, Jeri Chew, Betty Kirk, Rex Kline, Shirley Anderson, Mike Riggs, Kathy Adkins, Les Egan, Paul Walker, Melanie Hunt, Tina Fowler, Linda Hopkins, Wanda Sander, Janice Stephens, Jean Egan, Eva Griffin, Todd Wells, Scott Wells, Tony Moore, Huelon Anderson, Mike Hill, Sheila Rawlins, Linda Tanner, Mark Gregory, Don Hopkins, Hayden Butler, Harold Butler, Gray Roberts, Dawn Brown, William and Rose Cox, Debby Cox, Dennis Davis, Carol Wyatt Davis, Kim Rawlins and Bob and Jeri Ohlemiller.

Kennard Centennial Queen candidates will be Kami Womack, Monica Price, Danell Dulin, Carla Love, Dana Neff, Joni Haines, Lisa Johnson, Kim Beavers and Allison Gregory.



John Freeman, 10-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Freeman of rural Knightstown, is recovering from serious injuries he received in a tractor accident at the family farm. He was taken to Hancock County Memorial Hospital where he remained a patient for several days. He has now been released to his home.

Rev. and Mrs. Art Freisen and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cox were in French Lick over the weekend, attending the Indiana District Kiwanis Convention.

Mark Stacy was honored on his fifth birthday last Thursday at a party given by his mother, Mrs. Fred Stacy.

Mary Etta Blake Van Duyn of Shirley, received a letter from President Richard Nixon congratulating her on the celebration of her 97th birthday.



James Maxwell has been appointed service manager for the Indiana Gas & Water Company in Knightstown. He succeeds James Poer, who is moving with his family to Texas.

Captain Richard Sipe has returned to Mississippi after visiting with his parents in Knightstown, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Sipe. Captain Sipe is in charge of the ROTC students at Mississippi State College.

Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Pike have returned to their home at Carthage after a trip through the East and a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Alan Wood of Berea, Ohio.

The clock on the Henry County Courthouse will not be repaired any time soon. The county commissioners have postponed any action on having it repaired. Five months ago, the clock was struck by lightning, knocking the time piece out of running order.