The Summit Herald of October 5, 1923 reported that Common Council had received bids for a new fire truck, all around $13,000. At the state Republican convention in Trenton, the "Drys" supporting Prohibition soundly defeated the "Wets". Naturalist Dr. Raymond Ditmars was scheduled to give a series of lectures on wild animals, illustrated by moving pictures. Admission was $2.50 for adults; $1.50 for students. Mrs. Miriam Wallace announced that she would be offering classes in folk dancing and eurythmy at the Calvary Church parish house.
In the classifieds: Lost, a green parrot with a red throat. Found, a fur scarf. For sale, a squirrel coat, never worn. Help wanted, an experiences waitress and chambermaid (German or Scandinavian).
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