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The local LIONS CLUB was organized in 1946. Officers were
Max McClanahan, president, John Orr, vice-president, and
Horace Houghton, treasurer. In 1975-'76, officers were Donald
A. Miller, Don "Doc" Eccles, and Horace Houghton Ctreasurer
every yearj . Presently there are 47 members.
The Lions Club helps with many civic events, such as the
homecoming parade and dance, Easter egg hunt, decorations for
the town for seasonal and special events, and civic improve-
ments. Two events of the current year were painting and repair-
ing the tennis courts and basketball court at the City Park CEarl
Row was the chairmanh and entertaining the SHS cross-country
team in honor of their outstanding season.
The SPIRIT BUILDERS organization was founded in the com-
munity in 1968 by Bill Quinlan. Charter members were Sandy
Winters, Mark Oliphant, and James Gastineau. The first offi-
cers were Doris Neal, presidentg James Keller, vice-presidentg
Karen Conley, secretary: and Gale Usrey, treasurer. Current
officers are Doris Neal, Sandy Winters, and James Keller. Bill
Quinlan is still the director: Mrs. Millie Neal is assistant direc-
The purpose of Spirit Builders is to motivate physically handi-
capped to get out into the world both socially and occupation-
ally. Recently, the organization received a sizeable grant from
the Federal Government for expansion.
The community is fortunate to have three family doctors and
an attorney-at-law. Dr. Sam Rotman, Dr. Carl Porter, and Dr.
Harry Rotman are all graduates of Indiana University. John S.
Rowe is a graduate of Purdue University and Indianapolis Law
School and opened his law practice in Jasonville in 1974.
Dr. Sam did his internship at St. Mary's in St. Louis. He
began his medical practice in Jasonville and has been practicing
medicine for 43 years .
Dr. Porter did his internship at Indianapolis City Hospital. He
also began practicing at Jasonville and has been practicing for
Dr. Harry did his internship at Indianapolis City Hospital,
began his practice at Coalmont, then moved his office to Jason-
ville , and has been practicing for 37 years.
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Our heritage in Indiana includes the distinctive four sea-
sons: winter, spring, summer, and fall. For those who like
variety , seasonal weather changes are welcome.
The senior personality pictures on these two pages and page
16 were taken during the two most colorful seasons, spring
and fall, showing the beautiful colors of both the beginning
of the planting season and the ending, the harvesting of the
crops. Elsewhere in the book, will be found pictures typical
of the other two seasons.
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