The following were reported in the Dec. 2 1959, edition of The Johnstown Independent:

The following were reported in the Dec. 2 1959, edition of The Johnstown Independent:

Keeping the cow's udders healthy will be the subject of the first winter dairy meeting for Licking County farmers sponsored by the Agricultural Extension Services. Dr. H.G. Goldstein of the Reynoldsburg Diagnostic Laboratory is to be the main speaker. Goldstein has conducted a great deal of research in the area of mastitis control and other problems of dairy production.

Johnstown is approximately 170 acres larger as a result of action taken by Village Fathers on Tuesday. Council members gave their approval for the annexing of the land after it was explained that there would probably be only a few houses built on it in the next three years. Mr. Bryan Scofield, of Courtesy Homes, explained to council that a trunk line would be built on his land below where the new model home is now located. He also presented a plat map of Rolling Meadows No. 3 Addition which was approved and accepted by council.

A former Croton man was honored last week by being named the College Grid Coach of the year in Ohio. Doyt Perry, football coach at Bowling Green, was picked as the most outstanding mentor by his fellow coaches. His Falcons this year finished the season with a nine and zero record and captured their second Mid American Conference title in three years. Perry graduated from Hartford High School, earned a bachelor's degree from BG and master's from Ohio State University.