Earl C. Mishler
This is anniversary month for Earl mishler, who jined what is now the Northern Indiana Public Service Company
August 1, 1918.
The company was then the Hawk's Electric Llight co., at Milford, later became the Interstate Public Service Company and then
NIPSCO. In 1931
Mr. Mishler went to Warswa where he became general foremand and remained until coming to Culver as manager
January 1, 1936. Earl is no stranger to Marshall county as he was born at Tyner and attended high school in Plymouth.
He recalls playing against Culver in various forms of athletics. His grad school education was obtained at Nappanee, and he
worked for five years on a dredge before joining the electric ligh company
Since he has always been intrested in athletics it is only natural that he is president of the Culver Softball League, and he is
doing a bang up job, too. He is also vice presdent of the Chamber of Commerce.