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 - I 1 1 Cocalico Union District Seeks School...
I 1 1 Cocalico Union District Seeks School Manager DENVER, Aug. 9 - The Cocalico Union School District is seeking a business manager. J Dr. Reeder Eshleman, superin- ehdent of the schools of Lancaser, has advised the larger school districts that it would b« advisable to have a business manager n these school districts. The Cocalico board becomes .he first one in Lancaster County :o advertise for a manager of .he district schools. This work is done largely now by the school orincipals. A manager would iree the principals for •administra- :ive duties. The person to be employed will handle the financial end of t h e district, and do the book-work demanded by the State. The principal of schools, Prof. John P. Krick, reported that all the teaching vacancies have been filled. The committee appointed to- look after the needed repairs to the school building reported that that work has been completed. The schools will open September 2. President Charles Gockley conducted the meeting. Return From Japan Mr., and Mrs. Pierce Getz and children Anita and Joseph returned from Japan where they served as missionaries under the Evangelical and Reformed Church, the United Church of Christ. They are at the home of Getz's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William M. Getz, Denver. They -spent five years in Japan. After their arrival in Japan, they spent two years in language preparation and used the 'Japanese iangage exclusively in their teaching. Mrs. Getz is the former Grace Shelly and is a graduate in nursing from the Bryn Mawr hospital. Getz is a graduate in music from Lebanon Valley College, Annville. He expects to enter the Eastman School of Music at Poughkeepsie, N. Y., and work toward his doc tor's degree. Mrs. Getz's training as a nurse was especially helpful in her work among the Japanese as a medical missionary. Borough Council Denver Borough Council decided to employ a full time policeman at their meeting on Monday evening in the Denver Fire Hall. Paul Bauman,. who served part time was put on a full time basis. An ordinance was passed prohibiting trailers in the borough limits. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hil! and Eileen Sweigart, playground su pervisors, were placed on the borough payroll. They reported that the 'enrollment on the playground has been at an all-time high. Hold Reunions The Becker, Gehr and Christ families'held reunions, in Denver Memorial Park on Sunday. Tiie park was crowded all day. The weather was ideal until late in the afternoon when there was a light rainfall. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy G. Weinhold and Mr. and Mrs. Rufu's B. Eberly are spending a 10- day vacation louring the Skyline Drive in Virginia and the Great Smokies in North Carolina and Tennessee. Party For Heisey The children of Amos Heisey held a surprise birthday party in his honor in Denver Memorial Park on Sunday. Present were Mr. and Mrs Amos Heisey, Mr. and Mrs Ralph K. Shupp and Children Bar bara, Nancy, Susan and David, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Heisey and son Peter and daughter, Karen, Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Heis ey and sons Daniel, James and Thomas; and Mr. and Mrs. F. Paul Shenkand daughters Carol and Rebecca. Many Denver people aHend cd the viewing of Clarence A Raezer in Ephrata. Raezer %vas one of the best known bankers i n Lancaster County and had many friend., in this section. He began work in tiie Ephrata National Bank at the age of 16 and served his institution for 56 years. Pour years ago he was honored by the Pennsylvania Bankers As sociation in being presented & 50 year pin for service to the banking industry. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hauck o. Sturgis, Michigan arrived in Denver Thursday. The visit is caused by the sudden passing of Hauck's mother, Mrs. Susan Hauck. Mrs. Hauck, 83, is survived by her husband, 86. The Haucks recently cele brated their 63rd wedding an niversary. The passing of Mrs. Hauck came unexpectedly while being taken to the Ephrata Commu nity Hospital on Tuesday eve ning. She passed away the same night. Ellis Martzall, William Lytle, Earl Stober, Warren AUhouse and G. Russell Drum were appointed to make the final arrangements and to prepare a program for the Lions picnic August 20. The regular meting of the club usually held on a Tuesday will be held in conjunction with the picnic in Me morial Park. The annual Sunday School outing of the Mohler Church of the Brethren was held in Denver Memorial Park Friday night. The attendance of over 200 was the largest number ever present at the school outing ,

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  1. Lebanon Daily News,
  2. 09 Aug 1958, Sat,
  3. Page 2

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