100 Years Ago
Lighting Strikes Tree
July 7, 2022
Herald of July 14, 1922
John Dewey Walter, a Greenfield township young man who fatally injured his brother-in-law, John Weyandt, when he shot him point blank in the face after an argument in the home of the former near Friesville, was removed to the Blair county jail. Walter did not know that Weyandt was dead until within sight of the jail. He was being held without bail awaiting a preliminary hearing before Justice of the Peace C. Irwin Lewis.
Fourth year Latin was added to the Academic department at the Vocational school. The class would meet the needs of graduates of three year high sch...