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a the amherst new s- 'vftr high-grade job work. at price that are fair ami . reasonable, see. t col' ' p newtfae cm every horns fai aatbeni, sooth amheret and brownhelm times volume -xii, number 21 i! 0; potf i of view many residents were reminded their bchool days on reading yale university has been giving an exhibit in honor ot 'n6ahi webster, celebrating 'the centenary noted man s die. tlonary. , us recall old web. ster spelling book which 60,000,- 000 copies had bold date years ago. large numbers school children ubcci to weep salty tears while studying those well-thumbed volumes; but effort never brought more generous rewards. today family dictionary usually reposes some inaccessible shelf. better remove thick layer dust or buy copy. then put it your living room table consult frequently. may have good gray material working satisfactorily his cranium, 1ut if he can't themrod-uct thereof into well-chosen words world overlooks him, uttering whose true meaning you, unacquainted with is worse than not using them all. anyone who ever worked newspaper printing office respect affection for words. they tools we build human relationships. symbols thought, thought power shapes world. high' will soon graduate largest class its history. forty-seven young men women go out world, either continuing education higher institution earning grappling fellows marts commerce. fortunate enough college merely postponing life-long conflict what grandfathers pleased term "the cold, cruel world" equipping themselves sharper weapons fight, until earn sufficient wealth pelf luxuriously retire" fight. competition becoming keener passing each year succeed necessary do one thing competitors can it. graduates leave forever when receive diplomas probably try types work, before discover position fill most satisfactorily. few so as particular aptitude certain line or, least, pronounced life w,ork chosen leaving room. shifting from another often condemned, ma jority instances concerning high fo be expected first selection life's vocation idea "trial error" still use develop way isolating encouraging latent talents remain us. remember pre-war wrist watch was unmistakable btamp femln lnltyt regular he-man would sooner found dead wear ing mechanical grace- lets. took very brave man, indeed, appear public with, adorned, although practical value recognized almost immediately, present vogue bhows changes dozen effect opinion. wrist-watch wearers legion now jewelers tell sale tar outstrips pocket watch, wlilch seems doomed quietly slip umbo past scarce ly tick mark passing, selshl. well. convenient; less danger sudden destruction sidewalks easier access. only fault ltea inability itself owner decides take bath. cheapest ways get ting big returns several small bird houses distribute appropriate places about yard. song birds too busy tilling air sweet mu-sic bother nest locate shelter already prepared them. nice accessory bath .can., constructed short-lipped pan suitable size, purchased reasonable cost. even occupied attract swarms silver throated little callers gladly repay kindness gttted repoltolre. 85-year-old chicago woman just obtained divorce, frop- ably started 'proceedings she 25. defeats wellington 18-8 diamond open season conquest baseball tossers rush game last friday, swamping hi under score 18 8. no matcn any department game, amlierst scored will. third inning seven-inning battle did locals fall score. kvery team least run secured hit. began push runs across inning, getting three frame, drove two around second. then, after other runs, sixth producing five. sharp's pitching superb, total ib boys strlk-lng out. f tlranson, fllnger, whiffed four batters. hoffner wolskl led hitters hits each. wadsworth here friday comes feature year. won league championship year, veterans back. trimmed 8 2. played harris street" field 3:15. lineup summary week's game: ab r h lange, ss 6 2 hoffner, rf 4 3 hutton, c 5 sharp, mathes, cf 11 ludwlg, 2b wolskl, lb ilockwood, guild, 3b 1 schofleld, 12 responds clean op plea town spick span by end this week strange "clean up" startled monday tuesday piles rubbish prominently displayed yards forepart week. great heaps simon-pure junk representing year's accumulation, carted basements attics deposited near curb where later picked up j. kovach removed nearby dumping grounds. mr. awarded contract work village council amount rubbtsh greater truck entire attending removal. ready bright early morning others preferred off rather disagreeable task con' sequently contln ually evidence all parts town. authorities ex pressed being well response. sev eral back source complaint since concealing snow disappeared dignity whole church time next sunday. boy traffic light heavy requires regulator square regulate increasing south decided purchase stop install ed shortly square. flashing acts caution intersection quarry road west main street, providing against increase former highway improved, also authorized pur chase paint cover hall instructed committee secure bids wednesday, thurs day "weefwere designated clean-up days. resi dents requested pile rub bish cannot burned. front homes near- street. removed; employed village- purpose. home, looted byrobber thief secures $152 jewelry valuables mrs. parker balrd's home property valued stolen balrd, brownhelm, afternoon robber entered house occupants away. theft discovered balrd upon her return immediately reported authorities. transient observed loafing prior robbery believed responsible. described wearing red lumberjacket, cap army trousers, neighborhood 30 age approximately feet 10 inches height. loot consisted principally jewelry. orchestra state contest compete oberlin evening thirty entrants expecting participate annual ohio held night auspices college. thousand girls throughout preparing event orchestras entered. trophies shields winners determined judges national reputation. thursday "llmlnatlon trials finney memorial chapel followed win ners tno following evening. school' earliest n delegation local students make trip 17 members follows: myrtle ilnuni. irene smith, clara mae zilch, dorothy meltzke, helen fleming, marlon witt, leotta marsha', .max egland, robert fllckner, kenneth alexander, george fuhrman, wal ter krok, krause, emmett marshal, burtori coburn, earl schroeder, batelle masters. magazine swindle again bunco artist deposit dollar victims smooth tongued stranger buncoed fl within weeks. known swiii died nine actual toll la much larger. repre sented himself agent well-known magazines securing signature dotted line, asked deposit. wa-: forthcoming, sent. inquiries sent magazine!1 purported represent revealed orders turned in. far matter yet officially authorities, ladles preferlng stand loss publicity. warnings issued extensively county fake solicitors, said reaping rich harvest these parts. couple married miss lucille, delner berger united justice gibson lucille delner, daughter fred beaver court, berger, amherst, april 19, peace carl gibson, latter marriage, training nurse st. john's hospital, cleveland, formerly attended school. member paul's lutheran church. bridegroom recently proprietor lunch amherst. followius hihort mdtor vermlllon-on-t he-lake, it's tough road, anybody coonty hi-y's hold conference meet congregational saturday affair tho congregatlonul site second hl-y there representatives klyrla, oberlin, attending. edward pape, elyrla, elected president confer ence serve during coming officers chosen, llev. l. c. grant, lorain, principal speaker session, concluded conference. subject was, "finding purpose life." talk compared purpose, ho general inclination," aim, which, said, specific. illustrated citing examples "doing fellow men" professions alms. urged delegates "find christian pose, anil saw mat tne proies-slons chose corollaries belief should mind christ problems mind" expressed rev. grant "tho hl-y, program." program regulated according tills idea, lie declared. report camp nelson dodd. brlnldiavcn, given douglas rush, y. im. a.i session. john slekklnen, director hoys' j mm klvi-lii m. n. a., oxnlnln-l how sponsors boys' topical conferences "personal relation standards," "program building," "social activities hi-y" afternoon. p. seltters, champion, telegraph w. o. mcclellan, secretary elyrla summaries discussions l.il heso werp i, awls conn, harold hobinson nud papo klyrla. devotional service edwin klrby, ttria m k. way." banquet session between sessions. outdoor assn. meeting association auditorium wednesday night, 1, scherer davey tree company, deliver address "trees care," nature pt arbor observance. lecture illustrated, charge admission made, cordially invited attend. p., thursday, .april 25, asks you- nuby doesn't care cussing lost art holzhauer, hoot shoe artist, ohio. dear fred: hill rogers fay, know read papers. anyhow, professor says need cuss must buying wrong kind roofing sheet metal k iid profanity usn become obsolete, warm out, without vital force kick means, think well, wonder worn used are? mule. weren't mailable femaleable now. you show now-adays fit hear isn't worth seeing. say things our newspapers now-a-days thrown saloon. bring tlu-roofers journal police gazette. sophomoic out-cuss cop. can, hut rule does. best people swear, worst going do' cnntrai-tors. ciisiing lias bi come arl wo concerned. looting slk-et made obsolete. don't profea- thinks says. im't "'' w worls- '' lll0re l"'"lle " eliminate cause cussing. i-ct hp :me ik- wants to. fur nishes ntli.r town, long ji furnish roofs. peacefully yours, a. nabakowski postpone letting rcad improvement 24 improving erie lino let 24, announcement commissioners. originally planned the- part april, contingencies arisen making advisablo matter. half miles length, paved re-lnforced concrete cost (116,000. wins emblem e. r. schlbley, head schlbley motor sales, received gold signifying membership oakland-pon-tlac 52-car club. dealers dispose cars alone eligible membership. reached quota months. 1929 6, wlt-rl ,',,, plans observances 26th avoid celebrated 'may 26, through combined efforts lorain 'elyrla posts foreign war's. d'up services celebration place, beforehand, announced. military uniform 30- piece drum bugle corps render marching tunes. spanish war hart exceed preceding observance stated julius mlschke, adjutant. dinner board h. avery, clerk education, entertain colleagues chicken (monday oeiilng conlunctlon monthly board. teachers bo hired time. f. t. club cooper. ah interesting arranged. $2,000 judgment mary bails, ex- ectilrl estate late jacib bans, filed suit common pleas roiitt asking su mof $2000 promissory note ben leoia 'zilch, foreclo sure mortgage se curity note. leases ground hugh (lawn lias' leased vacant lot aschenhach's dry goods storo candy kitchen. the" excavation filled -week display cars. doctor medical dr. w, powers eclectic lima, o, speakers 65th .annual association, 22, nnunced today. section practice, materia medica therapeutics. hun dred persons attend gathering, visit lima hospital criminal insane. eagles inominate .eagles nominate approaching instead, monday, previously sandstone ratify dedication sippel avenue meets adjourned met eve ning slppel street dedl cated insure right town's proposed trunk sewer. meeting, brief, included acceptance petition vacate jacob grounds longer public. barrel renew parking lines church, park streets. deputy marshal william smith pair handcuffs. meats elyria play rivals sunday opener mlbdika ancient opponents, eagles, wednesday. hero btreet field, give fans opportunity bee players action practice regulars scrubs, whom considered possibilities. dropping stand-bys it( add beveral ncr names lineup. additions past, familiar brand ball. include burton, catcher; oates, snodgras drugs; bedner same outfit; wohlever syrowskl, neighboring city. u tosser mean ability mound games. frank mlschka sponsoring team. heln7erlliig, manager; ii. lelm- bach, business booking agent, becker, treasurer. study holds "greece" topic gathering schibley's final ihrs. cleveland avenue, present. papers program, ci. noid "athens sparta," "historians, orators pfltloso-phers orcece" paper wad james nlcholl. john. ludwlg's "alexander great, ...a.., ,u llt,.u ...rrs l i.. iiksnie reueraiion clubs lo lakeside july 11. beach, mayme blum, ki foster, jay gillette, glllman, frances hart. i. hubbard, hurry lueszler, lud-wkf. nlcholl, (i nord, mrt. paiker. ada l'urcell, 'mrs. powers, mrs, rice, stough. mis. wesbecher host ess. observe wedding adam schroeder guests 25th nuptial anniversary honoring nlversary, 'mr. tenuereu surprise, party group friends relatives chllds satruday couplo presented gift memento occasion. schwert daughter, helen, clark king, dir. peters, by, 55. pitcher, .mrs. charles nell, amy grigs-harold ees. center annoonce lead parade music ceremonies 30, tp information affairs. han- chette appoint ment sb chairman start sharp. monger waa appointed 'marshall executive details program. consisting allison nlcholls, michael schaetfer selected decorate revolutionary grave kendelgh's corners. paruer schaeffer decoration graves cemeteries morning. publicity icunde nlcholl advertise completely possi ble. strenuous induce keeping -with spirit day. tn resolution pasted offering committee's assistance american interest puhllc flags flags, figures submitted time, $3.r0, installed. invitations extended churches civic organlza- tlcns march parade. among marchers hopes biggest parades amherst's wlll address. complete hanchette's home. company buys stone stock co. quarries change name co., operating both quarries, acquired substantially cut directors control plant passed' concern con-, tluue operate ate name, stated. merger anu incorporate companies tie owned merging firms operated "by corporation. capital increased 10,000 60,000 shares directorate is, states. addl- t0na, st0,k jg be,ng hel(j ,n treasury awaiting future developments acquisition date. cot unit commoa $200. retired 105 aijd absorbed $210. ten exercises herd ia 23 senior wilt .the commencement evening, 23. cook- son, superintendent urba schools, graduates. carmen emerlch, ueleu emerich, pechaltla. ruth cocxrsr- rof miller, herchler, norma schmidt, christine ladrach, joe- budal russell miller. schmidt valedictorian, kaiw-ich wet-, come.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1929-04-25|
|Date of Original||1929-04-25|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst News-Times, 1929-04-25 12 21|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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