Pearson Steps Up
Harry Pearson becomes president of Indiana Farm Bureau.
Then Vice President Harry Pearson of Blackford County is chosen by the board to fill the remainder of Stackhouse’s term following Stackhouse’s death. Pearson helps pass AFBF policy language that opposes federal legislation allowing public access to private property without the owner’s permission. He also is president when Farm Bureau relocates to its current location, 225 S. East St., the former home of the Indianapolis Rubber Co.