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bad amherst news-times a look d the catholic golden agers will meet on wednesday, sept. 16, at ;l 1:30 a.m. in social hall st. joseph's church. this month be annual fall tureen. speaker greg willey, director of friendship animal protective league lorain county. guests and new members welcome. call joanne 988-3089 for more information. are asked to remember bring treasures flea market table. parents powers school students invited pto meeting 11 good shepherd baptist church, 1100 cleveland avenue (just west rite-aid). free babysitting. contact andrea dolacki, president 988-8409 public library county metroparks present "the legend gore orphanage," program 23 7 p.m. nordson depot, 671 franklin avenue. admission. participants jwill learn true story jjore orphanage if jtales about it fact or fiction, as well history swift hollow mansion how has been intertwined with legend. joseph church's 20th parish picnic, held sunday, 13. there noon polka mass followed 1 by picnic adjacent outdoor areas. main course beverages provided; parishioners dish share based first letter their last name: a-i -vegetable salad, j-r-dessert fruit, s-z- rice dish, hot potato pasta salad. games prizes all ages. is hosting resume, interview skills workshop saturday, 19. ; n j- o j w 2 i si m cops search armed auto parts robber john lasko reporter police detectives hunt man who up advanced 301 n. leavitt rd., gun point aug. 30, an hour before store closed day. officers zack horning, troy donaldson josh mccoy were dispatched around 4:56 after receiving robbery call. employees said they saw scruffy looking black male, 40 years old, water girl marion l. steele high thirsty players during time out. team hosted junior varsity tootball passes out bottles midvfew home thursday. (photo lasko) players7 vand then none' opens theatre stage agatha christie's "and none," directed marilyn hubbard friedman, opening 17. classic murder mystery situation, written master writer, show everything: isolated house, lonely island off coast 5 feet 10 inches tall, was wearing white t-shirt, blue jeans red baseball cap shear nylon underneath his hat entered store. while inside, seen walking several minutes, picking few items, heading toward front counter. according department lieutenant kucirek, brandished semi automatic pistol he had stashed pants demanded money from staffing two different registers. undisclosed devin, people alone, murder. little soldiers mantle one murdered. killer 10, but which one? doctor? playboy? judge? governess? general? continued page 9 amount cash, left foot. running southbound road. "all units arrived scene checked area we unable locate male," patrolman horning noted report. also utilized department's k9 officer bandit attempt sniff robber. however, met "negative results." no injured incident. kucirek told early 1990s, four-door, tan nissan altima possibly used robbery. 8 settlers day sunday historical society's until 5:30 sandstone village, 763 milan ave. event feature second dutch oven cook-off, starting noon. teams cooks compete four categories: bread, dessert, cook's choice. judging begin 4 grange schoolhouse winners being announced security camera shows through parking lot. church host service town lawn oct. 11, a.m., foursquare celebrate its 75th anniversary jack hayford, international gospel, giving address. 2-7 yard property, games, praise worship bands performing under large tent old-fashioned beginning camp some former staff sharing memories. 1934 sisters, ida mae clarice devries, graduates life bible college california, came began conducting evangelistic services bandstand hall. crowds gathered nightly enjoy gospel singing enthusiastic preaching, soon became evident that birthed these humble beginnings 9, 1934, founded. auditorium years, permanent building acquired remodeled corner axtel street location terra lane cooper foster park road purchased 1958 1962. part celebration, known family fellowship, 13 recount brief congregation favorite hymns songs prominent past eight decades. everyone encouraged chair special service. 75 only pastors constituency grown than 500. youth center added other remodeling included foyer. quilt gorge's chapel p.m., shane charny, horse pony, laurentian divide featuring tim krugman bob kurowski fiddle, banjo, guitar mandolin, settlers, dave pierce, owner buckeye barbecue serve bbq food covered wagon. entry fee
|Title||Amherst news-times, 2009-09-09|
|Date of Original||2009-09-09|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst news-times, 2009-09-09|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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