65 Years Ago Items taken from the Tribune of March 28, 1952
65 Years Ago Items taken from the Tribune of March 14, 1952
65 Years Ago Items taken from the Tribune of March 7, 1952 The Very Reverend John A. Fearon, pastor of Assumption church in Morris, has been named a Domestic Prelate by His Holiness, Pope Pius XII, and will now bear the title of Right Reverend Monsignor. Monsignor Fearon now becomes a member of the papal household and is entitled to certain privileges and rights connected with that honor.
65 Years Ago Items taken from the Sun of February 26, 1952
February 1972: Brian Williams, Morris senior high school student, has been selected to participate in the "America's Youth in Concert" program of the Universal Academy for Music, Princeton, New Jersey,
65 Years Ago Items taken from the Tribune of February 15, 1952
65 Years Ago Items taken from the Sun of February 5, 1952 For the second time in his bowling career Walter Ross carved a niche for himself in the keglers' hall of fame when he rolled a perfect score, a coveted 300, on Alley 2 at the Morris Bowling Center. He was bowling at the time with Tom Hafdahl. The 12 strikes he put together for the perfect game were part of a string of 17.
65 Years Ago Items taken from the Tribune of January 25, 1952 Residents in this area and throughout the Midwest began digging out following the winter's worst blizzard and daily life and activities gradually resuming their normal tempo. During the storm and in its wake were blocked highways, some drifts as deep as eight and 10 feet being reported; bitter cold which plummeted the mercury to 27 below here and even colder in other areas.
65 Years Ago Items taken from the Tribune of January 18, 1952 Mail call brings letters from home for four Morris soldiers stationed at Camp Rucker, AL, with Company M, 136th regiment, 47th infantry "Viking" Division. Soldiers in the company's day room were Sergeant George Olson, Sergeant DeWayne Michaelson, Corporal Albert Reimer and Sergeant first class John Fluegel.
65 Years Ago Items taken from the Sun of January 15, 1952 Donald E. Aanerud, hospital corpsman, first class, USN, of Morris was commended during ceremonies aboard the submarine rescue vessel, USS Florikan, for excellent performance of duty in helping recover and salvage a Navy airplane which fell into 102 feet of water off Hiroshima, Japan. After enlisting in the Navy in 1942, Aanerud attended the Navy Diving School at Washington, D.C.