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Hamilton Daily News Journal (Newspaper) - July 15, 1965, Hamilton, Ohio
Thursday july 15, 1965hamilton, Ohio journal a the daily news Page Nineteen Hamilton High school class of 1920 convenes for 45-year reunion the class of 1920, Hamilton High school held its 45-year reunion with a dinner program and dance at the Hamilton City club. Class members shown above include front Row left to right Bill Gillespie Robert Hoffman Robert Carson Alex Schipper Ralph Henes Walter Rentschler Jack Junkin Jim Mcfall Vince Lauder Man Ralph Mckasson Merton Oyler Robert Schliep and l. D. Bud Mcginley. Second Row same order Olga Fike Geneva Weiser Zellner Thelma Wright Zel. Ler Grace Krauth Minikin Lenora Weilenmann Hueston Schaeuble Maudie Johnston Stevason Florence Custer Graf Harlan Vogle Olive. Burdsall Young Frances Sortman Horning Esther rudder Benzing Stella ditty. Or Gilbert Thelma Myers. Bennett Lucille Howe Pat Rick Hazel Minton Augspurger. Third Row left to right Herman Dulli de Bartels John Bippus Marian Moser Horn Helen Moore Demar John Slade Dorothy Geckler Webster Mary p. Heck Cal Egry mrs. Emma Bock Mildred Bradbury Foster Claude Young Helene Bender Conroy d. R. Baker Mercedes Marr Viola Chiles Asbury Bertha Davis Betscher Claire Antenen Mary Paxton Koogler Vernon Benzing Louise Conrad Sallee Josephine brillant Holstein Cornelius Ernst Anna Steiner Pater Magadelne Durrough Koehler Jean hand of Brien photo by Guy Randall or Louise Stevenson Beeler Dorothy Mueller Craig. Miss Heck and mrs. Bock Ere teachers of the class and or. Baker is former school principal. Fourth Row same order Fred Brower Justine stare and Harland mantel. Relive u. S. History in popular outdoor dramas Washington a american greeks frequently celebrated Olina. The Story of the first eng history comes alive each sum great men and events with Lish settlement in America is Mer in open air Heaters from plays performed in natural or reenacted at the very place Maine to California. Man made Amphitheatres. So where sir Walter Raleigh despite the threat of mos marvelous acoustically were founded the Colony in 1584 a quinoes chill winds and Rains those designed by the greeks some 36 years before the Pil millions of americans flock to that a stage whisper carried to grims landed at Plymouth colourful pageants performed the top tier of Marble benches j Rock. Under a canopy of stars in Ara but the greeks probably did More than five million peo Phi Heaters old forts on Bare not match the indefatigable in pie ranging in age from in hillsides and even in one enthusiasm of american theater stance aboard a Mississippi goers. Said one playwright after Wheeler. Quot americans Are really outdoor the outdoor dramas usually people who love to sit outside reenact the history of a parti and see their history come a Cular area in a Lively blend of live. When it Rains sometimes Long dance and dialogue. As often As six times during a in ancient Greece performance people just take modern outdoor drama has off their shoes and sit it been particularly popular in the one of americans oldest out United states but the concept door dramas a the lost Colls not new the National Geo ony a Marks its 25th season this graphic society says. Ancient1 summer in Manteo North car facts in arms to great grandfathers have seen the drama from the 2,000-seat Amphitheater at Waters Edge on Roanoke Island. In addition to a the lost Colony a theater minded North Carolina stages a Horn in the West at Boone commemorating the life of Daniel Boone and a unto these Hills a a Cherokee Indian drama produced at Cherokee. A a a at Nance i summer Slacks a a i in at 2 or $10.00 values to $7.95 crease resistant fabric at 2 or $15.00 values to $10.95 Dacron mixtures in Plain colors and muted plaids 2 or $20.00 value to $16.95 Dacron Wool and mohair mixtures in the season s Best shades sizes 28 to 50 Okeana out West audiences prefer freewheeling Cowboy and Indian fare such As a the last escape of Billy the kids and a Custer s last on the Crow Indian reservation in Montana the Battle of the big Horn is noisily re fought each year with a cast of 70 actors and 40 horses. Cast of 400 religion supplies the theme for outdoor dramas in Kentucky and new York. At Kentucky spine Mountain state Park players made up like stained Glass mosaics portray a the suffering of at Palmyra n. Y., mormons gather on a Hillside to witness the Hill Cumorah pageant. First performed in 1937 before an audience of Only a few Hundred the pageant now attracts More than 100.000 spectators for a week Long season the cast of 400 acts out the Book of mormon on 25 different stages with such advanced stagecraft techniques As shimmering curtains of water and a stereophonic sound system. Many outdoor dramas Are complemented by museums and restored historic areas. At Cherokee people attending a unto these Hills May also wander through a reconstructed Cherokee Village where Indian women in traditional dress Mold and fire pottery. The men Chip arrowheads and carve bows. Wolfs return from Turkey students lose Beatie haircuts Middletown . A summer school director William Gillchrist says he a no longer bothered by students wearing beatle style haircuts. After Gillchrist complained school attorney Lawrence a Carton or. Suggested a conference of pupils parents and school officials. Gillchrist announced the meeting had been too per cent effective. A fall Heads trimmed a he said. By mrs. John f. Calhoun special to journal news Okeana or. And mrs. Donald a a Butch Wolf Janice Kimball and sons have returned from Ismir Turkey where or. Wolf has been serving with the u. S. Air Force. They will spend a few weeks with or. And mrs. Bernie Wolf and family before going to their new base in the Mojave desert in Cali fornia. Twenty members of the Garden club attended a picnic at the Home of mrs. Yvonne Griffith. Or. And mrs. J. L. Calhoun and Mariann Janet Reiner and or. And mrs. John f. Calhoun and family attended a family reunion at the Home of or. And mrs. Robert Morgan and family Cincinnati. Miss Carla Frank celebrated her sixth birthday with a party at her Home. Vicki Wood and several members of her family spent the evening. Or. And mrs. James Vance and family Cincinnati were guests of her sister mrs. Bar Bara Collett and family. Or. And mrs. Rolla Wood visited or. And mrs. Otis Miller in Oxford. Griffith visitors mrs. Viola schwing mrs. Olive Schradin and mrs. Francis Crawford Venice visited mrs. Yvonne Griffith. Or. And mrs. W. H. Hogsten and family Baltimore md., and miss Edith Combs Berea ky., were guests of or. And mrs. Carl Skjoldager. Weather satellites May save transportation Industry agriculture billions of dollars by Sam Dawson immediate goal is to perfect of America is specifically a business news analyst ways of predicting weather ac-1 charged with covering the 1965 new York apr an All-1 Curatelo. The National aeronaut Hurricane season in the United out spacecraft attack is shaping tics and space administration states. Up on that old problem of what Nasa has said that if secure like tiros 9. It is in Polar or a a if sue by Cou a be obtained in a five bit and covers 80 per cent of the to do about the weather. Days in Advance the annual Sav Earth a surface each Day. Tiros Ings in the United states alone to will Send Back photos of Cloud could run As High As cover storms hurricanes and agriculture $24 billion Lum typhoons in All their stages Ber Industry $45 million successful it could save . Industry transportation marketing and agriculture several billion dollars a year a Many times the Cost of the project. Tiros to last of the experimental weather satellites has just joined three of its predecessors still taking pictures of weather and weather Breeding conditions around the world. Since tiros i was launched in 1960, the first nine satellites i have produced 500,000 to photos. Based on them the weather Bureau has issued some 4,000 advisories and warnings. Benefiting in the consequent saving of lives and property have been 25 other nations. The program to Date has Cost about $60 million. $30 million a year Early next year the full scale program called tos for tiros operational satellites will Start. It will Cost about $30 million a year to operate and will serve a government Agency created this week. Environmental science services administration. This combines the work of the . Weather Bureau and the coast and geodetic Survey. In october it also will include the Central radio propagation Laboratory. The new Agency is charged with creating a a single National focus for our efforts to describe understand and predict the state of the oceans the state of the lower and upper atmosphere face transportation $100 Mil Tokyo meaning a Eastern lion retail marketing $75 Mil capital a is an appropriate lion water resources manage name for the worlds largest ment $3 billion a year. City. The Metropolis already the tiros to spacecraft built has 10.500.000 residents and the for Nasa by radio corporation population is skyrocketing. Frig1da1re Auto strikes same Power pole twice Tiverton . A unlike lightning a car driven by Joseph Keogh 19, of Tiverton struck the same Power pole twice. Police said when Keogh a car struck the pole three months ago it Only cracked the pole at the base. But this week they said he knocked it Down. Keogh was not seriously Hurt in either crash police said. Mrs. Carl Calhoun attended an j the size and shape of the the initiation of her sister by into the order of Rainbow the aim is eventually to find girls in Moores Hill id. Out 10w to control the weather or. And mrs. Walt Westrick or modify its effects. A More and family and mrs. Valdia Butterfield attended the wedding of mrs. Butterfield s granddaughter Geri Huber to Herbert Ehresman at the seven mile presbyterian Church. Or. And mrs. John Kimball and or. And mrs. Nathan Ballinger have returned from a camping trip in Canada. Or. And mrs. Don Rutherford visited or. And mrs. John Williams and daughter. Frostproof mod a Fpo-12tj.1m cd. 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