Hen ER & HS 16June1954
taken secretary veloped HENRIETTA A Children's Day program was presented at the Henrietta Evangelical-Reformed Church, in charge ot Mrs. Harold Latterman, Mrs. Glenn Gerstacker and Mr. Nelson Brill. The Rev. Dewees Singeley delivered a short sermon. Recognition of the cradle roll was in charge of Mrs. Harold Latterman. A dialogue was presented by Barbara Sabin and Gerry Brill. The pro gram also included recitations and special music. The June meeting of the Worn en's Guild was held at Henrietta Evangelical-Reformed Church with Mrs. Etta Latterman, Mrs. Frank Berg and Mrs. Glen Gerstacker the hostesses. During the business session the Society voted to give the vacation Bible school at Birm ingham a cash donation. Plans were made for the annual Guild picnic to be held the third Sunday in August. The following committees were named to be in charge of the picnic: Mrs. Maynard Dellifield, Miss Martha Dellifield, place and y time; Mrs. William Krebs, Mrs. ,lohn Berger, program; Mrs. Ben Krysik, Mrs. Nelson Brill, games. Mrs. Jessie Dellifield and Mrs. John Berger were named to meet with a commute from South Amherst, to make plans for a joint unday school plans for a joint Sunday school in August. The last graduating class from Henrietta High school was honored at the alumni banquet, served at Henrietta High school by the WSCS. Mrs. Mary Schaffer, teach er at Henrietta since 1924, was also honored. Mrs. Oscar Zurcher presented Mrs. Schaffer with a corsage and cash gift. The program included invocation, Harold Bau man; welcome, Mrs. Melville Johnson; response. Hay Jackson; lip singing with records, Miss Carol Muniga from Amherst. Earl Berg acted as toastmaster. Bickels orchestra furnished music for dancing. Nelson Howe, the football team and fans from Birmingham, Brownhelm, Camden, and Henrietta raked and seeded the athletic field at Firelands High school In Henrietta over the week-end. Nelson Howe will be the first football coach at the new Firelands High school, which will open in the fall.