21 WFMJ archives / November 8, 1957 | Carol Lynn Turcich of Girard knelt to kiss the ring of Youngstown Bishop Emmet M. Walsh after presenting him with a spiritual bouquet from all the children in the Diocese 66 years ago. The bishop was honored at Ursuline High School on the 30th anniversary of his being installed as a bishop, first in Charleston, South Carolina, and then in Youngstown. Seated, from left, the Rt. Rev. Msgr Ralph C. Kotheimer of Canton, Youngstown Mayor Frank X. Kryzan, the Rt. Rev. Msgr. George N. Habig of Canton, the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Walter B. Martin, pastor of Sacred Heart Church, and Charles B. Cushwa Jr. congratulated the bishop on behalf of the men of the Diocese.

November 12
1998: The Youngstown City School District is told it could lose as much as $350,000 in state funds after the system recorded a three-fold increase in truancy the first week of October, most of it at the Rayen School.
Plans for upgrading the South Main Street library in Poland are moving along, says architect Robert Mastriani, and bids on the $3 million project are expected to be sought around Christmas.
Lou Mamula, a 77-year-old crossing guard at Lowellville Elementary School, wears his World War II uniform while directing traffic on Veterans Day. 
Trumbull County  Judge Peter Kontos extends his order limiting picketing at RMI Titanium Co. in Niles for another month after the union and company failed to reach a settlement in the strike that began Oct. 1.
1983: The campaign of John Glenn names a new coordinator in New Hampshire for the nation's first Democratic primary for president after the U.S. senator from Ohio sees his numbers slipping. 
A small, well-bundled group of slightly more than 100 spectators brave the cold and snow to attend the Veterans Day parade in downtown Youngstown. 
A cast of 33 delights audiences at Youngstown State University's presentation of "Guys and Dolls." The stars of the show were Elsa Higby, Bob Kozar, Rosie Rokus-Boehlke, and Joseph Mineo. 
1973: Howland police say thieves took jewelry valued at $43,000 from the home of Benjamin Medley on Chalfonte Place.
A reading of 32 degrees in downtown Youngstown sets a brisk tempo for the annual Veterans Day parade, which was witnessed by 1,000 spectators. 
D. Roy Mellon, a former Youngstown health commissioner, dies at Park Vista Nursing Home at the age of 77.
1948: On the 30th anniversary of Armistice Day, 10,000 people line Federal Street for a parade of Scouts, Red Cross Ladies, and Gold Star Mothers. 
Delmar Ralya, 51, of Lowellville, is killed while deer hunting near Pembroke, Ont. His hunting companion, a Struthers man, is held on a charge of criminal negligence. 
Mahoning, Trumbull, and Columbiana County draft boards have a quota of 77 inductees in November toward a state quota of 499.