One of the town dads after January 1st will be Clarence Calhoun who was caught in the act of dolling up a customer in
his place busines known as Red's Barber Shop. Clarence was born in Bunker Hill, Ind. and two years later moved to near
Richland Center, where he lived until he came to Culver 45 years ago. For eight years Red worked for the Medbourn Ice
Company, and in 1914 took up the barber trade. He worked for Harry Poor for five years, the Academy for 13 years and has
had his own shop in town since. Mr. Calhoun admits he is quite a "jiner" of lodges, the list including Odd Fellows, in which
he held all the offices and attended Grand Lodge twice; Redmen, in which he held all offices and attended a Grand Lodge;
Kinghts of Pythias and Masons. By the way, you can identify the person in the picture whi is gettin his hair cut?
From the Ives-Calhoun sketch in the 1989 Marshall County History:
Martha Was born in Culver to Clarence "Red" and Hazel Healy Calhoun. She had three sisters, Helene Rose,
,; Mildred May; and Edna Ruth ; Their father was
a barber in Culver Martha was working at the State Exchange bank in Culver when she met and married
Raymond J. "Doc" Ives
in 1943. She resumed working there in 1963
and retired in 1981.