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45 i the amherst news-times newtl.cm.rf5. avery horn, fa, ammfctt , 1 south amtmrekm " brownhim ' v volume xll, number 20 ij 0; po 3 of fiew in (thlb issue ttap list community adver-a i(omehtg appears. these ads '''were started just a year ago following their endorsement by jiusinwmcn'b association to edu-xle nhe ''ijple into "the wldertradlng at home. reading matter and plates were prepared men expert advertising field who sought indirectly convey idea that value dollar was increased if ipeht we hope have achieved result for which they intended. read thoughtfully certainly left an impression. "buy-at-home" u fllti sound from all angles, in-eluding --the economic, merits every encouragement make it part parcel cr,eed. ever since days demosthenes art jf oratory has been held highest esteem. ancients thought so well no pains or trouble spared perfecting gift those showed promise. de niosthepes, born stammerer, ,nut pebbles his mouth simple oratory- would seem easy comparison. ages laurels honors nations gone able sway audiences with tongues. -for this reason its allied branches deserve prominent place academic program. while usually regarded as extra-curricular work sometimes avoided because extra effort involves, there are few departments education greater student. leads more than ability "talk on your feet" done great deal pupil. is nothing handicaps individual, how gifted, inability express himself. girl, miss ruth zilch, goes county oratorical along congratulations her friends acquaintances. might say zilch acquired self expression studies she repaid time effort. course, without her' scholastic background achievement impossible. ease speech meaningless itself, depending knowledge give force point. dog catcher job again. saw him tuesday van full forlorn appearing canines way eternity seemingly aware fact. mr. minkler very affable man, doubt truck .would released not duty act otherwise. you own hanging around home whom think enough pat occasionally, goodness sake buy license. interests health necessary restrict dogs licensed few, but hardly keeping faith our four-footed don't take pre caution keep out pound. week printed cal endar study club. proof jon pamphlet l our;fttentlon w'as drawn creed organization subscribes. blmple, ye,t effectively worded, con -,(alned much what lies .jevery decent heart moved pass permission ladles. "keep us, 0 god, pettiness let us ba large thought, word, deed. be fault-finding leave off self-peeking. may put away pretence meet each other face self-pity, prejudice. .may never hasty judgment always generous. teach action better impulses, straightforward unafraid. things; grow calm, serene gentle. grant realize) little things create 'differences, big life one. strive touch know common all. and, o, forget kind." now courts cided man right control wife, do tell wives about it, mussolini italy occupies seven cabinet posts, six members he's sure will agret, hlmt wins contest awarded gold medal first prize; school given pennant amherst, winner final high friday evening, oad lorain county's representative northeastern ohio district kent april 19. prize, bhe won oration "musso lini autocrat democrat?" mildred dartter, columbia township, second prize "lee, american," silver medal. third russell buck, wei llngton,, whose subject "our problem." he bronze prize. lois sharp, brownhelm town' ship, contest, also evening amherst. entitled, "her ride automobile." vn wnn hv mnrv huttl nf henrietta, whoa, januity," helen zeroll. lagrange, took entftled, "an hour beach." winners coutest go kent, competition provided contest. township schools receive pennants awards victories ot students. judges contests professor b. l. pierce, sandusky; s. ii. babcock, medina superintendent, philip hoffman, elyrta school. nuby takes crack finance wall street henry wesbecher, wesbecher hdw. co., dear henry: papers. anyway, arthur brisbane says, "farmers newb washington spring childish faith, city seed catalogs! believes seeds really produce tomatoes head. according street, man's head too ready." explain. where some fellow anything sells something intend get, can sell wants worse do, thinks does. misconstrue me, am gambler, any fred holzhauer golf player. only thing against borrow money stocks same want stock roofing sheet metal. federal reserve board discourage speculation raising the- rate inter est, did local bankers metal contractors didn't cent loan then wired new york ask could use street. mel ion. anything, squash maybe wrong dope, pretty darned not. fact afford pay 100 terest with. far .a investment truthfully yours, a. nabakowski rev. eastman lectures approximately 25 boys heard f. e. eastman, pastor congregational church, lecture "my northland" meeting hl-y club evening. based hand experiences northland. assume management mrs. j. sawyer assumed hotel remodeling interior. dining room, lobby guest rooms renovated several important changes made. mary ed wards, formerly charge, opening beauty parlor occupying floor. reported damaging many gardens bb bad sb tho proverbial chickens when comes undoing gardeners. mayor h, sipple run through gardens, tearing up newly sown ground paws casting four winds. received complaints residents issued request dog-owners animals tied up. stated owners complying state statutes requiring after fi p. m. violating law arrest fine. balloon forced land here sunday stiff east wind forces bag earth near middle ridge hundreds attracted ackermnn farm road privately owned wns down point alter had blown course. carrier contained men, including owner, v. kllkott, detroit, wyandotte bound cleve-! land. passengers expressed fear over lake came evident course maintained pilot pulled rope controlling gas valve allowed descend. immediately landing stowed sent back wyandotte. kllkott companions boarded train shortly afterward destination. made 10:15 a.m. caused comment spectators blocked roads half watching maneuvers party efforts safe landing. mrs, hopkins dies complicates passes daughter elyria monday sophronla hopkins, aged 87, passed daughter, george aschenbach, elyria, extended illness due cocmpllcallon diseases old age. youngest last family 17 children well-known vicinity, having spent most brownhelm. past years elyria. surviving one son, 'f. five daugh ters, edna west, oberlln: abchenbach, c. !.. smith, deerfled, mich. nell cook, brownhelm, albert wittmer, vermilion seventeen grandchildren nln great-grandchildren survive, beside host relatives friends. funeral rites thursday 2 j.h.ludwig heads water company officers chosen stockholders town hall john h. ludwig elected president works co. annual stockholders' monday. serving of- o. baker, vice president; smythe, secretary, sipple, treasurer. officials directors directorate. aiu ludwig, holl-stein, reelected. 8chlffersteln added members. smytbo, report submitted audit books, indicating satisfactory condition. goimr try a;ain t. km c-f yu bcctlthttavflopp oru !b2i-t - b-3.'j --1 taa 3l couple op -times before, m,, j) ntoulemgh.tiiotbesoijlvieiuct "sipple avenue" amherst's newest officially christened thoroughfare name formally fathers honor 11. sipple. wll' known avenue, although puddles accumu-the whirr revolving automobile late during rain, wheels passage kind grugel employed traffic surface j effect re- distant future. weeds grass trees thrive undisturbed until such growth permits actual establishment avenue dedicated council insure right-of-way trunk line sewer. starts dr. w. g. schaeffer's north main extends sewer laid llr.ocln year. property abuts proposed signified willing-ness help them signed documents others asked lo call nine amherstites seek papers two examination llmlnary citizenship under paul werner chief naturalization examiner district. candidates class 204 flist step toward tuesday. hundred forty-one lorain, 51 grafton, lagrango oberlln. applicants robert short, 558 ln'jck martin, 116 follows: kriket kill, route 1. knist kcpcrman, 2. joseph 'szekely, adam schlub, h htre-t. david mcintosh kemp, 0.'. duncan, william mecham, 48 majority app7lcants; natives of. scotland. decoration day plans program bo 30 nearly completed, ac- r.nnlln. mnmtiprh inm. mlttpe charge observances. speaker, methodist deliver address morning. being obtain lead ihe parade. attend opera among expecting performances metropolitan cleveland beginning 29, alpha hazel, j.. r. egland, d, k. wilton may. q thursday, 18, 1929 office attorney smythe soon convenient. sidewalk leading raised eliminate pairs. share lin-proement la one-third total cost, remainder township. contract lor hauling rubbish clean-up kovach, bid $45. ray baumhardt bids $48 $&0 respectively. frederick attended behalf cemetery sexton requested raise latter 55 month salary. sexton, future, $55 town, effective adjourned session next complete details st. joseph's campaign 21 committee 14 appointed diocese charity drive members, thomas andrews leaders, catholic church james elsrhou annua! charities canvass starting ending nn 23111. purpose ol the1 funds homeless unfortunate corporation hopes cntaln n actively 70,000 member interested work. present membership 37,0.10. parish counties !n unit pavtor active manager directing corps aids consisting captain, lieutenant workers. addition workers cover bod-mann, sr.. bodmann, jr., glrard dolan. flock, men. elmer schmltz, theodore mathew law. less, wohlever. wcn-zbl, patrick ward clayton young. nominate aerie eagles night eagle approaching vear. attend. membership. drive. 15 recruits to' chapter rolls. indications attain- ment quota 108 fore june reach this, goal. idiots: contemplates offering cool-idge talking pictures. race trophy fifty-one pupils teachers blue ribbons jumped load ribbon troplty cup schools. fifty-ono presented before parent-teacher association, waf largest attendance carlisle camy limelight evpnlng 27 likewise parents teachers. fur qualified 379. does include oberlln schools, onlest using sum.; plan separately. obeilin bchools alreadj 43 itlb- liot.h ionsldered ijood record date, tfitlr riipl firs: lllue berfn grantpd rrownhelin proud grade teaclitrs qualified. iioiip so. expected i:et soon. winners: wayne lelnibach, alberta pel-ton, clara llaherllug, tan-sey, warren leimbpch. mabel relnhardt, patricia marshall, ray. iiiiiiid trlnter, margaret bacon, crosby, gerald hascnflug, beetler, hcrchler, lentz, harold taft, dorothy heritor illrcll' zunt, charles gessner, lawrence kncisle, schmidt, howard angeiid'ach, ctrl sanders, llraudou, paulluu durum! pelton, vernon an-gersbach, frltach. doro thea angersbach, s.tewart fair-child, floyd herchler, rose hor-vath, katherlne linger, esther baetz, orcutt, manuel collins, love, raymond vasu, vincent bud enz, harry gorskl, eleanor leuzler. ueulah lcroy hasenflug, luella schlbley, vasu. books public library aldrlch, lantern bachellor, house three ganders baldwin, thoso difficult years. bower. rigle's wing. brown, father. do"' su8a anthony. netciier. lreat brighton mystery green. dick byrd, air explorer. grey, trail. grey. talcs lonely trails. gregory, desert valley hallburton, royal ro mance. iim- "lue itu'n. k'ne. giants, mackay, bean bath, wings healing. melville, typee. montgomery, castle. payne, painter dreams. ralne, judge colt. (continued page ten) jhesandstone rain postpones ridgeville game wellington saturday initial fracas jupiter pluvlus prevented scheduled clash between rldgevlllo last' teams unable play booked nlnn saturday, ridcevllle gamo postponed lndef-, ,lerst nlnety-flre pupllj lnltely. participate sho, superintendent poweis is, either ondoavorlng agree-1 choruses stellar roles, ln!tlle cast includes ar league relative playing 1,10 classes be; dates. games' lnf directed faculty mem-nio frldny, wlhch 'crs 'norwood hearn, docs student murray, moore mar. body opportunity see them, karet rice. revue entitled be-, "a- vanities 1929", dismissed. proceeds stan" athletic assocfi- ono accept gcstioii. powers' sug- outdoor lifts fishing restriction weeks talk tree lakes assn thrown open fishermen belonging 1, attending decision trustees originally decided curtail privilege fish chance spawn, latest ruling ban lift- fd restrictions imposed state. reading, naomi ruth, laws p rhyme closed season bass rhythm. ..' ( imay 15. bashful girls: wraw, walnut seed- bartha, sdwaw, lings ordered upon virginia wesbecher. arrival planted farmers' chorus: leoti mar-spring. bhall fullmore, marun bos planting nine, wttc. kathryn henson, marie advisable tersperse timber. auditorium. scherer, associate davey agreed "planting care trees." operation fatal roy carver memorial hospital cora mae carver, cleve-land overling removal goiter performed tuejid.iy morning 1ss4 rldgp entire llle tills vicinity. aily actuc ladles' aid society i.i...t,i.". din- leaven ner nus-, band, itoy carver; virginia- hor mother, standen brothers. bert toledo, anil services p.m. speaker officiating. "burial elmwood cemetery. trunice long period 111 health, trunlce age 12. beena resident tor 23 toaves husband. trunlce. lottie, stanley, akron. ulll 28th church. interment, calvary gourley gour-icy, columbus week, parlors abrams, paul's lutheran interment entered nunllb twill reprcsen. typing cleve com merclal students participate. competing slnei-son, rahl, velma henes, alice beam cooper. center vrtrld" ninty a.m.s, elaborate preparation berne student' advance information conewi ,ns tlle rev"e staged tlie' hlf"" auditorium 35 nlld 'ndlcate carefully am. hon. various parts assigned: song dance rarue. quartet: dennis reynolds' llovt nickel, lewis relchert, clarence frederick. numbers: clog, wanci berk: dance, stroh-meler. florence wolczikowskj, e s t er nabakowskl, geraldlne (ublln, carolyn sin', orson. adelaide webb, heck. sweethearts parade: soloist, iewis relchert; japanese, myrtle williams, renee sands; turklsjt, geneva shlnsky, alfce bectiqr: spanish, lange, ame)i herbst; dutch, valerie eppley, nord; colonial, lucille gui-man, athalla ernst; scotch, hilda, mori, grugel; irish, grace hubbard, mlschka. wllhelm, berger, erma borman, norberta davis, davles, alger werner, wllber boh-ley, richard leroy rah, marlon krutel, farrel flnnezan, tlsdale, cox, leonard cook. students' ellen drech-lrr. braun, reglna fuhr-man, schaeffer, thelma mays, pearl roomer, nellie krollckl, sa-biers. flappers' strohmeier, wolczlkowskl, qlb-ling, slner-son. delalde heck, uhletlc- harsar, shay, mike beres. iv. one-act play, 'the kelley kid." cabih, molly ludwig; murphy. nadlne mccoy; callahan, guild: fi'len lange; robbie kel-ley, nalley; officer ham ilton, allen burns, nul)ert special orchestra, vi. minstrel. earl kane, reynolds, max a,.i.,,it- -will n. rim nni. chauncey milton hutton. norwood franklin, mathes, donald furhman, laurie 'miller, hi girls hold tea sixty guests hear estlng inttr- 60 afternoon te sponsored girl reserves room afternoon. receiving une consisted 'mrs. mayme blum, steele miss, bcr-nice lanpher. refreshments served, waa given: leap-vear proposal." brownhelm;. "at recess," eppley; "crazy you," vocal quartet composed mlschka, strohmeier williams; piano duet, "dance demons," mays glb-lln. kissing moon punishable imprisonment, according, rule, italy, . already marriages penaltfej lovers caught break, ine "well, it's hl'-vui blows good. i'i
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1929-04-18|
|Date of Original||1929-04-18|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst News-Times, 1929-04-18 12 20|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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