Old News – Holy Name Church

The newspaper article is about the opening of Holy Name of Jesus Church in Greece, NY. That church had the last Mass in 2014. It is now currently for sale. The current asking price is $675,000 which is only slightly over what it cost to build in 1967. COURIER – JOURNAL Friday, Oct. 27, 1967 …

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Old News – Liberty Bonds

In order to help finance World War I, the US government sold Liberty Bonds. This was the second major campaign during the War. A person would not only help the war effort by buying bonds but they would also get 4% interest when the bonds matured in 10 years. THE FAIRPORT HERALD Wednesday, Oct. 17, …

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Old News – Hairstyles

There might be a War going on in Europe but that doesn’t stop the ladies from trying out the newest hairstyles. THE CATHOLIC JOURNAL Friday, Oct. 12, 1917 New Parisian Coiffures Modeled After Famous Greek Statues Two of the newest hairdresses for girls are shown in the accompanying sketch. The profile head shows the classic …

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