Joseph Cialella 6.30.1939
Rotary Club Entertains High School Graduates Ten members of the June graduating ( lass of Bristol High School who plan to attend college in the Fall; Mr. and Mrs. Warren P. Snyder, and Rotary Anns were guests of the Rotary Club last evening at a dinner and entertainment entertainment program held at Fischer’^ Restaurant, near Washington Crossing. Crossing. Earl Roth, former Bristolian am! former editoi of the Bristol Courier now general news editor of the Phila delphia Evening Public Ledger, was tin' guest speaker in a question answer program dealing with world events. Among the graduates who wen present at the affair, planned and arranged arranged by Dr. J. Fred Wagner, chairman chairman of the program committee, were: Herman Corn, Mary Watson, Charles Scheffey, Thomas Collier, Laura Pon zek, Robert Townend, Louis Russo Joseph Cialella, John Warren am Francis Mcllvaine. Lester D. Thorne, club president was in charge of the meeting. H< welcomed the Rotary-Anns, tin guests, and the graduates from Rristo High School. The first question that Roth asket was: Will there be another World Wat roon? His answer was: “No one cat tell. Tht' crisis is predicted for Sep (ember." To the question: Will the United Stales enter the anticipated World’ War? Roth answered: “War know: little law. For the past 40 years tin I nited Stales has taken a part in in ternational affairs.’’ To the question concerning whether the Japanese and British 4ension will lead to war, Roth stated that it waf- not likely because it was too lom range for England to carry on a satis factory war. The next question the speaker asked was: “Generally, are the Germans be hind Hitler, and generally, are tin Italians behind Mussolini?” To thi.- question Roth answered, “Emphatically, “Emphatically, yes!” The speaker, who lived in Bristol 2d years ago said that the news we read in our papers is as reliable as news paper men can get it. In some of tht foreign governments the news services services are subsidized, he explained. And to his final question, “Is then any hope of maintaining and securing peace?” the answer was, “there is such a hope, particularly if tin stronger nations put on the propei pressure to insure it.” Following Roth’s talk the program was turned over to Ernest Gamble who led in club singing. Mrs. Otto 'Grupp, Jr., favored with the song, “God Bless America.” Mrs Verna Page Gamble then rendered violin solo, “Goin’ Home.” A male quartet, cofhposed of E. Les lie Helw’ig, Otto Grupp, Jr., Rev James R. Galley, and Finest Gambit then rendered a selection. “The King of Heaven” was then sung by tirs. Lester D. Thorne and E nest Gamble, assisted by E. Leslie Helwig. Thomas Janes, and Lester D Thorne. Following the introduction of the incoming president, Thomas Janes, who will take office next week, the remainder of the evening was spent in cards and dancing. for in record number >f 18, N. N.