In 1912, it was authoritatively stated at a late hour this afternoon that the new west side Catholic church will be located at the southeast corner of West Clark and Elm streets. That excellent property is now occupied by a dwelling house. It was purchased today.
From Sunday's column in The News-Gazette ...
In his wonderful Assembly Hall story this morning, Paul Klee writes that the big hall cannot remember Frank Sinatra's playlist from his Nov. 1, 1990, show. I preserved it although this may not be the right order (it doesn't seem like it would be) ...
Come Rain or Come Shine
World on A String
Someone Who Needs Me
You Make Me Feel So Young
In 1912, Miss Daisy Walker, who teaches at the Bubank School near Ludlow, had an experience in Wednesday’s snowstorm that she will long remember. The weather showing no abatement, she released her pupils at 11 a.m. and started afoot for her home in Ludlow. She was accompanied by the young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Yankee, who live on the road between the school and the village.
In 1912, the Urbana school board issued a statement in support of building a new high school in the city. The present school was built with a capacity of 250 students and is serving 354.
From NOAA's Climate Prediction Center, above average temperatures likely through min-March