Hen school 13Feb1952
Barbershop Quartet Wins Talent Contest At Henrietta School REGISTER-STAR-NEWS S ' Wednesday, February 13, 19S2 HENRIETTA, Feb. 13 — The junior class sponsored a talent show at the .Henrietta school recently recently with Mrs. Gatts, Mrs. Roberts Roberts and Mrs. Leimbach as judges. Award winners were: first, barbershop barbershop quartet, Bernard Miller, Richard Caruthers, Dean Crawford and Paul Reimer of Penfield; second, second, tap dance, Daron Jones, Judy Ruth, Leona Hayden and Kathy Heyman; South Amherst; third, piano solo, Nancy Shoemaker, Lorain; Lorain; honorable mention, vocal solo, "Dusty" Hamilton, Henrietta. Other entries included: marimba solo, Jacqueline Pryor, Lorain; reading, Donna Born, Henrietta; accordion solo, Joseph Gressler, Henrietta; baton twirling, Nancy Opperman and Shirley Call, Bir mingham; harmonica solo, Thomas Howe, Henrietta; guitar solo, Larry Larry Casada, Amherst; accordion solo, Robert Miller, ' Henrietta; barbershop quartet, Horace Darnell, Darnell, Robert Kniesel, Clayton Hit and Al Wanyak, Brownhelm; piano solo, Lewis Meyers, Henrietta. Also tap dance, Janet Reed, Henrietta; baton twirling, Vesta Miller, Birmingham; tap dance, Gerry Brill, Mary Kasper and Barbara Sabin, Henrietta; violin and piano duet, Maxine and Jac- fueline Meagyski, South Amherst; accordion solo, Ronnie Camp, Amherst; Amherst; vocal solb, Mrs. Irene Tkach, Camden; piano solo, Nancy Lamvermeyer, Henrietta; guitar trio, Bernard and Harold Dickison and John Slazer, South Amherst and trombone solo, Emogene Schlechter, Henrietta. One Man's GOP Lacks Seneca-co Sheriff Candidate As Petitions Tossed Out TIFFIN, O., Feb. 13 (INS)— Seneca-co Republicans found themselves without any candidate for sheriff today after the board of elections tossed o- ' GOP nom inating petitions.