Run For POGO 2014

By | July 12, 2018

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Run For POGO 2014
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The 10th annual Run For POGO through Sunnybrook Park on Sunday, April 27, 2014 in Toronto Canada.

The Run For POGO is a charity event in support of the Pediatric Oncology Group of Ontario.

More info at:

www.pogo.ca

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Image from page 84 of “History of Chickasaw and Howard counties, Iowa” (1919)
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Identifier: historyofchickas02fair
Title: History of Chickasaw and Howard counties, Iowa
Year: 1919 (1910s)
Authors: Fairbairn, Robert Herd S.J. Clarke Publishing Company
Subjects: Chickasaw County (Iowa) — History Chickasaw County (Iowa) — Biography Howard County (Iowa) — History Howard County (Iowa) — Biography
Publisher: Chicago : S. J. Clarke publishing company
Contributing Library: New York Public Library
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n of the celebration, solemn high massbeing observed at nine oclock, with Rev. Forkenbrock acting as celebrant, whileRt. Rev. G. W. Heer, P. A. M. R., delivered a sermon. At eight oclock in theevening a reception was held by the parishioners at the Auditorium, on which occa-sion a most attractive program was rendered. St. Marys parish dates back to 1890,when an organization was perfected and steps taken to establish a parochial school,a school committee being elected on the 18th of October. This committee selecteda beautiful site south of the business section of the city and work was at oncebegun on the school building. Following the arrival of Rev. Forkenbrock in 1894,he at once secured the services of the Franciscan Sisters, who had taught in theschool since September of that year. The school developed so rapidly that in 1897a new and larger building was erected and still the school grew so that in 1908 alarge addition thirty-four by sixty feet was built, St. Marys now having a fine

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REV. B. H. FORKENBROCK i CHICKASAW AND HOWARD COUNTIES 81 parochial school. The development of the church has been along similar lines, im-provements being constantly made in the church property, which in 1914 was entirelycleared of debt. The work of the church has been splendidly organized under FatherForkenbrock and has long been a potent force for good in the community. Rev. Forkenbrock is a genial, companionable man in social life, a thoroughbusiness man in the administration of the business affairs of his church, a liberal,tolerant man on religious and political questions and a conscientious Christian.Since coming here he has demonstrated his fitness and ability and his rapidly grow-ing congregation stands as an evidence of the fact. L. J. HILDMAN. L. J. Hildman is a leading merchant and representative business man of Ionia,where he has successfully conducted a general store for the past eighteen years. Hewas born in Germany on the 22d of September, 1869, a son of Cristoph and Ca

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Image from page 1052 of “History of Essex County, Massachusetts : with biographical sketches of many of its pioneers and prominent men” (1888)
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Identifier: historyofessexco01hurd1
Title: History of Essex County, Massachusetts : with biographical sketches of many of its pioneers and prominent men
Year: 1888 (1880s)
Authors: Hurd, D. Hamilton (Duane Hamilton), ed. n 85042884-1
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Publisher: Philadelphia : J. W. Lewis & Co.
Contributing Library: Boston Public Library
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o order; and,after reaching his majority in 1799, attended everyannual town meeting but one, and nearly every townmeeting held in Beverly, until 1854, a period of fifty-five years. It may well be inferred from this list that his was apre-eminently busy life, especially as it was his uni-form habit to do thoroughly to the full measure of hisability whatever he undertook to do. For manyyears, as justice of the peace, he had probably nine-tenths of the business of Beverly and the smalleradjacent towns, and his office became a well-knownand frequented court-room. At the same time, hisintimate knowledge of the laws actually in force madehim a safe and wise counsellor, and he was constantlycalled upon for his opinion and advice, which wasalways given gratuitously, and always with the pur-pose of settling disputes and superseding litigation.During the greater part of his service in the Legisla-ture he was chairman of the Committee on Accounts,and in that capacity it was his wont to audit the

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-/L^-7. BEVERLY. 729 entire accounts of the State, and to report againstevery charge that was not reasonably fair, fully author-ized and legally due. In his care of the poor he keptthe almshouses under constant supervision, while themerits, claims and needs of outside pensioners weremade the subject of careful enquiry. He took greatinterest in the public schools, and the teachers andpupils found in him a judge of their work equally dis-criminating and kind. These various offices he bore,not because he sought them, but because they soughthim. His public life lay chiefly within the periodwhen fitness was deemed the prime qualification for apublic charge. He would not have lifted his fingerto obtain the highest place in the government of theState or the nation, and had he been elected to thehumblest post of civic duty, he would have acceptedit, and have put into it the best work that could bedone for and in it. He belonged (as long as it existed)to the Federalist party, and had the singl

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