Doretta E. Hoppe, acting director of nurses at Starke Memorial Hospital center, presented caps and pins to "Candy Stripers", volunteer workers at the hospital in a ceremony Sunday afternoon.
Feb. 17, 1966 edition of Hit Parade
This photo, taken by Jack White, of Knox, is this week's photo of the week. White took this shot a couple of weeks ago, when the area experienced ice fog. White also won photo of the month for January on the U.S. National Weather Service Northern Indiana's Facebook page.
Hoosiers are responding to recent state financial aid reforms with double-digit improvements in the percentage of college students taking—and completing—the minimum number of courses needed to graduate on time.
Lois Jean Bradley, of Knox, is scheduled to leave Jan. 31 for Paris Island, South Carolina, where she will be stationed in the Marine Corps.
Bradley is the daughter of Mrs. Julia Patton, also of Knox.
Jan. 20, 1966 Edition of Hit Parade
A beautiful sunset on Bass Lake is this week's photo of the week. Have a great photo to share? Share it with The Leader. Email photos to email@example.com Please include a brief summary about the photo, who took it and where.
The Starke County Council and Commissioners will be meeting this evening, Monday, Jan. 19, beginning at 5:30 p.m. at the Starke County Annex.
Knox and Oregon-Davis Community School Corporations School Board meetings are also this evening.
Affidavit of Truth "Billy Boy"
Believed to be the only Calf of Its Kind in the World.
It has 2 natural Full-Size perfect Heads and 4 natural Full-Size Hind Legs of One Body.
Born on Our Farm, 6 miles East of Knox, in Starke County, Indiana, on the 6th day of April, 1938.