The Bessemer Herald from Bessemer, Michigan on October 24, 1941 · Page 2
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The Herald, Sessemer, Michigan ^_----^----^^^^-- Friday, October 24. 1941 The School Reporter O.rifmrr Township Schools Have Canning Exhibit H*rdi*Q--At tte Parent-Teacher Association meeting held Wednesday. October 15, the "ninth grade girls exhibited the canned goods which they made this year. Fifty-eight bottles, which consisted of veget antes, traits, pickles, jellies, jams and marmalades, were exhibited. --Natalie Mattsou Teachers Take Health Course Ramsay--The teachers of the Bessemer Township Schools are taking a course of study in physical and health education. The physical education teachers in the junior high ·=*hools are studying the local needs for the Junior high school pupils and the grade teachers are working along the same lines for a course of study suitable for grades 1 to 6. Many of the township teachers have signed np to take the extension course offered by the Northern Mich igan College of Education and the University of Michigan, under the direction of Miss Georgia Hood. Miss Hood will be the instructor, assisted by Mrs. Mayme Ross, County School Commissioner. The first meeting of the gronp wfll be held October 27. --Roth Lundgren Hold Horned Toad Rites Anvil--One of the Horned Toads from Texas that was brought by an Anvil student died a few days ago in the Anvil School. The reason ^as that it wouldn't eat. Funeral services were held at 3 o'clock in the Aovn biology room Thursday, October 9th. L. \Y_ Johnson officiated, Mary j Ann Hepinski and Katherine Oravecz ; were pallbearers, Geno Morici played j the organ. Frank Stempihar and | Julius Rigotti sang, "Bury Me Out on the Lone Prairie," Theodore Krakovec was chief mourner and Milton Jakob drove the hearse. --Milton Jakola I PTA Elects Officers | Puritan--At the first meeting of the j p -p. A. of Puritan, Mrs. Joseph-1 ·son was elected president to succeed , Mr. Gayan of last year. Officers of the organization now include: President Mrs. Josephson Vice Pres. Mrs. Gregor Treasurer Miss Ann Richards Secretary Mr. G. Beissel, It was decided that meetings would j be scheduled regularly on the first j "Wednesday of each month. A drive for new members is being initiated. Lunch was served by the Junior High teachers. | --Nonna Morestead · Hobbies Harding--A hobby is a leisure hour project which helps boys and girls spend rheir leisure time doing something worth while. A person can have several hobbies and enjoy them all It is an inexpensive pasUiine and caa be a lifelong adventure. There are many hobbies such as collecting pictures of movie stars, stamps, match cartons, and pins. Sometime hobbies may develop into a life work such as collection of bugs. --Katlheen Johnson Anvsi Junior High Stage Party Anvil--The Anvil Junior High lu-j nils had iheir first party October lOlh. The evening was passed in playing; ga««^s and dancing- The fol- lovrius^ pupils were awarded prizes in a "Quiz Couiesi": Milton Jakola, nth grade; David Rigotti. Sth sracie; A- drieue Pryor. 7th grade, la the "Treasure Haul". Marion Rigotti, j Loreue Pryor. Adrieue Pryor, and j Mary Lou Johnson, all won prizes. Dodge ball was played. Lunch,] consisting of ice cream and cake was served tc 26 students. --Mary Ann Repinski Ramsay Wins One, Loses One Ram=sy--Tne Ramsay football j ;c:i::i took its second game of the | season -.-.hen it defeated Erwin 31 to; 0. Z-- -.«:=· Vim-out Ceronsky's day on the gridiron ::s he scored four touchdowns and an extra point. An- eelo Julio helped with a touchdown. Anselo also did some nice blocking to clear the way for Vincent. The whole team played better ball than they did against Puritan. A great ovation went np from the crowd in the last quarter when Coach Rigoni sent «n his second team. Some of the boys on the second team showed great promise for next year's team. The Ramsay football team suffered its firsi defeat of the season as they ·were beaten by Wakefield 45 to 22 on "Wednesday afternoon, October 15th. Ramsay scored in the third and last quarter. In the third quarter Vincent Ceronsky threw a pass to Frank Pnsakulich who was in the clear. From there Frank ran for a touchdown. Then Vincent scored -when he ran around the end to score. After a few plays were pulled Vincent faded back again for a pass and passed it to Angeio for a toachdown Vincent made all the extra points. --George Julio As was stated in our last issue the Herald is printing a set of the sketches drawn by Joe (Mohawk) Vft*** Wednesday, October 15, at East St. Louis, 111., and funeral serv,ces were held m Bessemer Tuesday 9?° ing on top a loaded furniture truck and was fatally injured when the vehicle passed under a .viaduct The in the 1927-28 edition of "The Drift", for which he was the art editor. Last week we published a sketch depictin cd PP g, tacu.t.% 50CI

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