Hanson-Neely remembrance service Saturday at 3 p.m.

        

Hanson-Neely remembrance service Saturday at 3 p.m.

        
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December 10, 2017
 

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Liberty Township trustees in 1953

Do you recognize any of these men? They are the Liberty Township trustees from 1953. Seated from left to right, J.W. Mertz, Oscar Patterson, John W. Van Atta, Joseph L. Cotner (clerk), and Joseph Myers (custodian).

Ada Varsity A in 1981-82

Here's the Ada Varsity A during the 1981-82 school year.

Front row from left, Michele Runser, Tonya Welch, Steve Nichols, Bob Tarr, Mike Staley, Mick Bruskotter, Soctt Archer and Jerry Hopson.

Second row from left, Wendy Klingler, Joe Simmons, Bill Archer, Andy Milks, Rick Cole, Brian Fields, Kevin Plaugher, Sam Khoury.

Third row from left, Jennifer Conley, Eric Finney, Jay Hood, Jeff Davis, Paul Khoury, Brenda Umphress, Steve Browne, John Counts, Greg Hall, Joan Elliott, Gavin McKinley and advisor Carey Clum.

Future Homemakers from what year?

Here's the the Ada High School Future Homemakers of America (FHA)  in a  previous Ada school yearbook. Sorry, last names only listed under the photo. We welcome viewers to add first names.

And, can anyone give us the correct school year of this photo?

Where are you in this photo?

Here's the Ada High School class of 1978 taken from the school yearbook.

AHS NHS '77-78

Here's members of the Ada High School National Honor Society from the 1977-78 school year. Names are under the photo.

It's not Ada, but you've visited here

No, this is not an Ada photo, but it's a place you've probably visited. It's the Morning Star cider press on Road R between Bluffton and Ada.

Today you know it better as Suter's corn maze. Not much appears to have changed at the business in this color slide taken by Paul Diller of Bluffton in the early 1950s.

Looks like an early 1950s Ford, GMC truck, maybe a Chrysler and Studebaker in line for cider. (Photo from Jim Diller collection)

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