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205 North Rum River Drive
Princeton , MN 55371
(763) 389-1131
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Police Blotter - San Jose Mercury News

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
MILPITAS Lawton Drive, Tuesday Outgoing mail was stolen. Landess Avenue, Wednesday An assault occurred. East Calaveras Boulevard, Wednesday A vehicle was stolen. PRINCETON Capistrano Road, 9:13 p.m. Tuesday A 48-year-old female driver who pulled out in front of a patrol car, forcing the officer to brake abruptly, was arrested for driving while intoxicated. HALF MOON BAY 600 block of Highland Avenue, 9:20 p.m. Wednesday A person hiding in a backyard took off when spotted by the homeowner.

Former ALSAC leader Paul Biery Parham dies at 79

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
Lattimore said. Mr. Parham was born in St. Louis and earned a degree in history from Princeton University in 1954. He joined the U.S. Army that same year where he rose to the rank of lieutenant colonel. While in the military, he served as a chief public affairs officer and earned a master's degree in journalism from the University of Missouri. He was married for 36 years to Corinne L. Parham, who died in 1992. In 1993 he was named Communicator of the Year by the Memphis Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America and in 2002 received its Chuck Branch Lifetime Achievement Award. However, Mr. Parham was not defined solely by his work. "He loved the theater and he liked opera," said long-time friend Barbara Nevins. He played French horn in the River City Concert Band and the Bartlett Community Concert Band. He also was business manager for St. John Orthodox Church, even preparing a manual for the person to succeed him, Nevins said. "He was very thoughtful and kind and he was a good man, he really was," she said. Mr. Parham is survived by a sister, DeAnne Thorn, and a niece, Christine Ferguson, both of Birmingham, Ala. Services are at 11 a.m. today at St. John, 1663 Tutwiler. Burial will follow at Memorial Park Cemetery, 5668 Poplar. Memorial contributions can be made to St. John or St. Jude. Memorial Park has charge. -- Linda A. Moore: (901) 529-2702 ... (The Commercial Appeal)

Sanford McDonnell, Aerospace Leader, Dies at 89

Thu, Mar 22, 2012
The McDonnell Aircraft Corporation became the city’s largest employer. Mr. McDonnell had planned to follow his father into finance, majoring in economics at Princeton, but was diverted by World War II. In the Army, he trained as an engineer and worked in New Mexico as a technician on the Manhattan Project, which built the first atomic bomb. In a history he wrote for the Atomic Heritage Foundation, Mr. McDonnell said that as a “lowly G.I.” he had not contributed anything of note to the project, and that security was so tight that most of the soldiers did not know what they were working on. “At the end of the work day, I remember washing my hands until I no longer got a reading on the Geiger counter,” he wrote. After his discharge, Mr. McDonnell married Priscilla Robb of Albuquerque, whom he had met on the ski slopes of New Mexico. He received an engineering degree from the University of Colorado and went back to St. Louis to work for his uncle, who offered to start him at a janitor’s salary. Mr. McDonnell, whose wife was pregnant, talked him up to a trainee’s salary. Mr. McDonnell rose through the ranks, becoming the group leader overseeing the F-101 Voodoo, a supersonic fighter jet, in 1955. The McDonnell Aircraft Corporation merged with the Douglas Aircraft Company in 1967, and Mr. McDonnell became chief executive in 1972. (The Boeing Company bought McDonnell Douglas in 1997.) After four employees were indicted on charges that they had paid off foreign officials, Mr. McDonnell developed an ethics code and training program for emplo... (New York Times)

John H. Davis, Chronicler of Kennedys and Others, Dies at 82

Sun, Feb 5, 2012
Family.’ Not a bad book really.” John Hagy Davis was born June 14, 1929, in Manhattan, the son of John E. Davis, a stockbroker, and Maude Bouvier Davis. He attended private schools, graduated from Princeton and served in the Navy from 1951 to 1953. Through the 1950s and ’60s, he studied and taught Italian history and literature at schools in Naples, Italy. A marriage ended in divorce in the early 1970s. His sister is his only immediate survivor. Mr. Davis wrote a well-received book in 1978 about another family, “The Guggenheims: An American Epic.” He also entered the thicket of Kennedy assassination literature in 1988, with “Mafia Kingfish: Carlos Marcello and the Assassination of John F. Kennedy.” That led to “Mafia Dynasty: the Rise and Fall of the Gambino Crime Family,” his last book, published in 1994. “Kingfish” was one of scores of books written in the wake of the three-year investigation by the House Select Committee on Assassinations, which concluded in 1979 that Lee Harvey Oswald was most likely part of a conspiracy to kill the president, contrary to the findings of the Warren Commission, which said he was a lone assassin. Mr. Davis followed the committee’s lead in suggesting that Mr. Marcello, a New Orleans crime boss who had been vigorously pursued by Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy, was involved in that conspiracy. He underlined links between Mr. Marcello, Mr. Oswald and Jack Ruby, the Dallas nightclub owner who killed Oswald. “I think John wrote one of the best books on this theory,” said G. Robert Blakey, who was chief counsel to the House committee and now teaches law at the University of Notre Dame. “And I don’t just say that because I happen to agree with his theory.” Mr. Davis’s reputation among some writers and assassination investigators as a dilettante was ill-deserved, Mr. Blakey added. “He did his homework,” he said. Ms. Davis said her brother had wanted desperately to know Ms. Onassis’s views on the subject. But, she said, he never had a chance to ask. (New York Times)

Teenager killed in traffic accident - Carmi Times

Sun, Jan 15, 2012
McLeansboro; Nancy Brand, 73, Grayville; Grace Hillyard, 84, Enfield; Dakota Jones, 17, Norris City; Donald G. Reynolds, 46, Texas; Earllean Silverheels, 79, Fairfield; Margaret E. Wetzel, 95, Princeton, Ind.; Mary Lou Adams, 78, Ballwin, Mo.; Lilly M. Bridgeman, 86, Carmi; Phyllis Davis, 77, Eldorado; Betty L. French, 79, Carmi; Marjorie L. Robinson, 79, Norris City; Wanda M. Terrell, 71, Grayville; Jay W. Willis, 72, Grayville ...

Teenager killed in traffic accident - Carmi Times

Sun, Jan 15, 2012
McLeansboro; Nancy Brand, 73, Grayville; Grace Hillyard, 84, Enfield; Dakota Jones, 17, Norris City; Donald G. Reynolds, 46, Texas; Earllean Silverheels, 79, Fairfield; Margaret E. Wetzel, 95, Princeton, Ind.; Mary Lou Adams, 78, Ballwin, Mo.; Lilly M. Bridgeman, 86, Carmi; Phyllis Davis, 77, Eldorado; Betty L. French, 79, Carmi; Marjorie L. Robinson, 79, Norris City; Wanda M. Terrell, 71, Grayville; Jay W. Willis, 72, Grayville ...

Mack, Willoughby, Faro - La Grande Observer

Thu, Jan 5, 2012
Eastern Oregon State College with a bachelor’s degree in community services focusing on senior services. Margaret lived in many places throughout her life, including Rapid City, S.D., Princeton, N.J., Phoenix, Ariz., Albuquerque, N.M., Fort Collins, Colo., and Winslow, Ariz. She was married first to Jon Michael Geist in 1959. In 2003, she married Patrick Faro. Margaret was employed as a law secretary in Winslow. After moving to La Grande, she held many positions in the community, including secretary and Christian education director for the First Presbyterian Church, where she taught various levels of Sunday school and led the “Senior Highs” group. She was a secretary and nutritionist for the Head Start Program; librarian at the La Grande Middle School; secretary for the special programs office at ESD; secretary for the La Grande School District business office; and secretary and aide at Greenwood school. She retired from the La Grande School District after 25 years of service. Margaret enjoyed sewing, quilting and cooking, and she participated in swimming, tennis and bicycling. She was a member of several organizations, including Chi Omega Sorority, Quilt Questers and AARP. She was a board member for Seniors Inc., and treasurer for Wes Lynn Women’s Circle. Margaret served as a leader for the Girl Scouts and Brownies for many years. Margaret enjoyed a close relationship with her father, her family said. He was the only one that could soothe her as a young child by taking her for long drives in the car. He was killed by friendly fire in World War II while attempting to land his airplane o...

The Pollster Saint - (blog)

Sat, Nov 26, 2011
A calendar milestone was approaching, and we knew he was a key person to consult on the coming decade, especially since he had been shifting some research focus to religion, having founded the Princeton Religion Research Project with sociologist and Catholic nun Miriam Murphy in 1977.During the interview, I learned that he had just completed a research project on what Americans believed and the potential impact of that faith on how they behaved. He wanted to do more than chart the percentages of people who subscribed to certain doctrinal norms. He wondered how faith affected their actions: Did people who profess strong convictions about Christ and the Bible act more generously, for instance? I eventually signed on as his cowriter for the book project that emerged. At one point we considered titling the book America’s Hidden Saints, but we ended up calling it The Saints Among Us. I wouldn’t have guessed from George’s manner that he had grown up in privileged circumstances. His father, George Gallup, Sr., founded the institution that made its name by predicting Franklin D. Roosevelt’s lopsided victory over Alf Landon in 1936. The son expanded on his father’s efforts, and the Gallup organization created branches around the world. His base in Princeton, New Jersey, placed him at another spot on the cultural map. One of the times we conferred on a book project we met, at his invitation, at the Princeton Club of New York, a mid-Manhattan club (with squash courts and an inn and restaurant) for alums of the prestigious school. It breathed heady notes of affluence and achievement.I was a bit awed during our first interview, and when I listened to the tape, I realized I ummed and aahed in getting out my questions more th...

George Gallup Jr., son of poll founder and author of books on American religion

Sat, Nov 26, 2011
PRINCETON, N. J. (AP)— Pollster George Gallup Jr. has died in New Jersey, a year after being diagnosed with liver cancer, his family said Wednesday. He was 81. Gallup, the son of Gallup Poll founder George Gallup, died Monday in Princeton, where he lived, according to his family. The younger Gallup was born in Evanston, Ill., in 1930 and joined the family’s polling organization in 1954,a year afte... (The Buffalo News)

Former Oxford Worker Dies at Age 47 -

Sun, Nov 13, 2011
Michael David Palmer, 47, most recently of Pennington, NJ, passed away suddenly in Princeton, NJ on October 9, 2011. Michael was born on July 11, 1964 in Peekskill,NY and was a 1982 graduate of Peekskill High School. Michael was an alumnus of Pace University, where he received his Bachelor of Liberal Arts and Master in Public Administration degrees in 1995 and 1997 respectively. Michael was a longtime resident of the Peekskill-Cortlandt area, and was employed for many years by W...

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