Excerpts of stories published in the Sept. 10, 1971 edition of The Princeton Daily Clarion:
FRENCH-SPEAKING AFRICAN TO TEACH AT OAKLAND CITYThe French department at Oakland City College has announced the reception of a grant from the department of Health, Education and Welfare for the services of a consultant from French-speaking Africa in the person of Cheik N’Dao, author of “The Exile of Albouri” and Gold Medal winner of the Pan-African Festival in Algiers, 1969.
Only 37 years old N’Dao has already published many articles in the field of criticism and is a member of the African Society for Culture and the Society of Poets and Artists of Francis.
STROHBEHN TO PRESENT PROGRAM FOR REGIONAL
A Bible regional will be presented at Camp Carson on Sept. 11 based on the theme “The Christian Home.” The regional is being sponsored by Southern Illinois-Indiana Regional of the Independent Fundamental churches of America.
All age groups will participate in this program.
The guest speaker of this event will be Dr. Ben Strohbehn, who is currently pastor of Bible Baptist College in Kokomo, Indiana.
ST. LUCAS CHURCH WILL CELEBRATE ITS FOUNDING
St. Lucas United Church of Christ will celebrate its 50th anniversary Sunday, Sept. 12. The church is located four miles east of Fort branch.
The church was organized on January 12, 1921. Worship service and Sunday school were held in the Nauvoo school. Every other Sunday the acting pastor, Rev. E.C. Roth from darmstadt, held the worship service in the German language with Rev. W.A. Scheer from Evansville delivering the message in English.
The building was started in August of 1921 with the service for laying of the corner stone held on September 19, 1921.
TRUCK HITS CITY BUILDING ANNEX
Thursday evening at 6:30 p.m., Thomas Keith Black, 27, of Decatur, Georgia, hit the awning of the city building annex. Black was pulling into the city parking lot when he hit the awning.
FORMER PRINCETON GIRL IN ORANGE COUNTY PLAY
The Orange County Players Association Inc. presented the play “Fiddler On The Roof” on August 26, 27, 28 and 29 in Paoli, Indiana.
The part of the oldest daughter, Tzeltel, was played by Sue Carnahan Smith, formerly of Princeton and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Carnahan.
Those attending the musical from Princeton were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carnahan, Mrs. Vople Morton, Mrs. Louise Chappell and Mrs. John Stoll.
CONSTRUCTION OF TENNIS COURTS SOON
It was hoped that construction of the new tennis courts at Wirth Memorial park would begin by late this summer, but due to financial difficulties, this was not finalized. Tony Bailey has expressed that construction will begin as soon as it is financially feasible.
In the way of finances, to this date the tennis court fund has in its treasury a balance of $482.30, all of which was made through the tennis court toss stand at the Oakland City Sweet Corn Festival.
A total of $450 had been previously pledged by several community organizations.
OPEN MEETING INVITES ALL HAIRDRESSERS
Princeton Affiliate No. 12 is inviting all hairdressers to an open meeting Monday, Sept. 13, at 7:30 p.m. at Mr. Randall’s Beauty Salon, 228 N. Hart St.
The last legislation has made a lot of changes for our profession. We will try to clarify some of the misunderstanding about the law at this meeting. Special guest will be Miss Jackie from Redken to demonstrate the new lapinal color.